Diets in Review Question

What is the payment structure of Beyond Diets?

Mary Bieszk asked this question Jan 22nd, 2012 9:25 pm

Beyond Diets: $47.00: Is it a one time payment or is per month or per year? Please answer me. I have listened to the presentation over and over again, and am very leery of a well presented program with hidden fees. I have asked others and have gotten NO feedback.

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Nanci G

It is a one time fee of $47. Of course after you agree to that, they offer a multitude of other items, but I said no thanks to everything and just paid $47. Once you complete your order, they show you how to download everything.

posted on Jan 25th, 2012 6:32 pm


I just joined a few days ago. It is a one time fee of $47. (I was paying almost that much per month for Weight Watchers online!) So far I love it. Very easy to follow. No counting calories, points, etc. Im eating healthy foods only (I was addicted to Splenda...BAD!) and am slowly gaining more energy. Havent started exercising yet, but will incorporate that soon. I highly recommend this diet.

posted on Feb 12th, 2012 8:26 pm


It's a one time fee, but of course there is always the "more" and you don't have time to think or try what you just purchased for $47. Books, videos, other items but I am excited to start as I do not have healthy eating habits.

posted on Feb 15th, 2012 3:24 am


It's a one-time fee of $47 + tax - about $51.00 in total. However, they bombard you with offers of recipe books, exercise books, etc. Just say NO to the extras and you're on your way! I ate this way about 5 years ago and lost over 20 pounds in about 6 months - I was overjoyed to go from 150 back to my normal weight of 126. I felt like a new person. Unfortunately, after a family tragedy, I went back to eating SUGAR in all forms, especially CANDY and CAKE and now I weigh 143. I will NOT allow myself to be 150 pounds again, so I am going to follow this healthy eating lifestyle again (and for the rest of my life), spend the 50 bucks and hope for the best. I love whole foods anyway - never did like all the processed frozen weight watchers and lean cuisine - they're nothing but chemicals and pure junk. I think anyone who eats according to the glycemic index will lose weight and feel so much better with lots more energy. Again, don't fall for all the extras that they push on you when you sign up because you don't need them. Whatever you need will be online. Just follow the glycemic index and you'll be good. (No more candy for me.) : ( But I will feel and look better in the long run. This is just me trying to give myself a pep talk. Ha ha Good luck.

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