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Diets in Review Question

Why should I trust your reviews?

Scott Thomas asked this question Apr 28th, 2012 1:41 am

Don't you think the credibility of your reviews are compromised when you run ads along side them for the very products being reviewed? I was curious about Medifast and there were so many Medifast ads on the page I wasn't sure if I was reading a review or promo material.

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Brandi

Great question and happy to answer. We explain our "Review Policy" and our "Advertising Policy" on this page. Advertisements are how we fund the site, but despite those, our reviews remain unbiased and uninfluenced by third parties. We stand by our position as having the best reviews on the web.


posted on Apr 29th, 2012 10:15 pm

Laurie

Although I agree with you in most web research cases, not here. Did you read the thumbs down reviews? Why post those ifthey are just promoting products? This is one of the best things I've ever done for myself. Medifat does work & after all my research for reviews, I decided to just try it for myself. Not all te food tastes great but I like some items more than my mother (who I convinced to try it with me after Doc. said it was a good idea - mom is type 2 diabetic going on 12 years now.) I'm female, 5'10" & 300 lbs. I needed help. So far, one week in & I've lost 12 lbs. I accept te challenges of transitioning when I hit my goal. The food makes you energized & not overly hungry. No lie, there are a few challenges but they are worth it, I believe. I am going to do it. I am going to get healthy. if you are skeptical, order 1 week of food, see how it goes. I think you won't be sorry!


posted on Jul 7th, 2012 4:00 am