Know a fan of The Biggest Loser who is working toward a transforming their own life? Then encourage them with these Biggest Loser products that are sure to make great stocking stuffers or holiday gifts.
Now through December 11, NBC is running a special 10 Days of Deals! Each day three items will be marked down to incredibly low prices, but only for that day. Some of these must-have Biggest Loser items include:
12/2 – Biggest Loser Waterbottle, only $7.99 (save $4)
12/3 – Biggest Loser Workout Cardio Max DVD, only $8.99 (15% off)
12/4 – Biggest Loser Boot Camp, only $9.49 (15% off)
THIS GIVEAWAY HAS EXPIRED. WINNERS WERE NOTIFIED 2/2/09 and 2/9/09. Thank you for your interest.
We’re giving away two six-month supplies of Sensa (valued at $235 each), the new appetite suppressant that helps you manage your weight. Simply join MyDIR, the new community at DietsInReview.com, and complete your profile to be eligible. The two winners will be selected in drawings February 2 and February 9, and notified via their MyDIR message center.
Sensa is a weight loss supplement that manages feelings of hunger. You simply sprinkle the Sensa Tastants on to the food you’re eating, and it triggers nerve receptors that signal satiety. Sensa is sodium-free, sugar-free, and calorie-free, and does not alter the taste of your food.
You can read our complete Sensa review here.
Last week we introduced to you Oprah’s new favorite thing- the Amazon Kindle.
This impressive digital reading device sells at Amazon for $359. When Oprah pulls a string, people listen. As such, you can save $50 off your Amazon Kindle purchase by using the promotional code OPRAHWINFREY.
This offer expires 10/31/08.
If you’ve ever considered using Medifast to jumpstart a diet or to meet your weight loss goal, now might be the perfect time to put those thoughts into action. Medifast is offering new customers two weeks of meals for free, for a savings of about $150/week! Medifast is a medically-sound weight loss approach that has been delivering its diet products for more than 28 years. The method has been proven to help people lose 2-5 pounds per week in many clinical studies, prescribed by doctors for overweight patients and even a preferred way to lose weight by Hollywood celebs (Genie Francis, “Laura” from General Hospital and Kristy Swanson “Buffy” from Buffy the Vampire Slayer).