Diets in Review Question

How do you order the pink method?

S.Worrell asked this question Jan 6th, 2012 11:08 pm

I tried clicking on the trial, but nothing shows up about any payments

I'm trying to find out how much is the pink method, and how do I order. Are there any vitamins you have to take?

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stephanie mitchell

it should be under products, its about 70 dollars and you are required to take vitamins but the book talks aobut it

posted on Jan 8th, 2012 5:38 pm


you go to and click on buy now it will give you two options the first being to pay the whole amount of $67.99, or two pay two payments of $39.99. Good luck!

posted on Jan 8th, 2012 8:54 pm


I went to the site yesterday ( and there are two options: one- one time payment of $67.98 (that's 15% off...with standard shipping it ends up $79.98) or two payments of 39.99 each (not including shipping)

posted on Jan 9th, 2012 6:37 am


The total for the method is about $79.00, $11.00 of which is S&H. That's how much I paid for it, but I just returned my yesterday. This diet is very poorly mispresented by it's creator. To give you an idea of what you're in for, the first phase of this diet is called, "reset". You are only allowed to have a fruit smoothie for breakfast, in which you add Hemp or Whey protein powder to it, coconut or almond milk. NO dairy is allowed during this time. You cannot use any oils, unless its spray oils, no butter, no margarine, no carbs. You can't drink any soda, only tea, coffee or water, no milk. You can only eat protein and veggies, either raw or cooked during the reset. Your caloric intake is literally cut in half. I survived 5 days on the reset, before my body said enough. I am so sick of vegetables right now, that I can't eat them, for probably a month. I made the decision two days ago, that I had had enough and the following day, my body was tired and I had no energy and felt like crap.

The reset is "intended" to prepare your body for the next phase of the diet, which includes rigourous work-outs. This program has worked for some, but from my own experience and from what I've read, a lot of women are very hungry and have suffered migraines on this method, because of the lack of calories. I was hungry all the time. Cynthia said you don't get hungry on this diet and that's a lie. I saw it on the Dr. Phil show, where it was misrepresented, but I don't blame Dr. Phil, because he was not given adequate information to give his audience. If I had known, through his show, that on the first phase I could only eat certain foods, I would have never purchased it. I was literally starving my body of nutrients for 5 days and it made me sick. Everyone is different, but personally for me, I wouldn't recommend P.I.N.K. to my worst enemy.

posted on Jan 20th, 2012 1:10 am