Diets in Review Question

Why would someone be willing to spend $500-$800 for the Zola drops when HCG would cost less than $80?

Cindy asked this question Jun 14th, 2012 1:47 am

While I haven't tried the Zola diet, my step-mom did it and lost over 30 pounds. Now my daughter wants to try it, but really can't afford it. So I researched online about the Zola diet. It appears that the drops are the same or similar as for the HCG diet -- which I am familiar with and have used successfully a couple of times. (My problem is that after the diet, I didn't keep my calories as recommended -- weight x 11 -- and I pigged out on carbs, etc and packed weight back on). Zola allows you 850 calories for 40 days instead of HCG allowing only 500. That sounds healthier. HCG drops are affordable -- not the shots -- the liquid or pills can be bought in health food stores or online or even at Walmart! I think a person could follow the Zola eating plan which would be healthier and use the HCG drops (around $80) and be money way ahead. I'm back on the drops now and this time plan to be more careful after stopping the drops to stay away from the sugars & carbs & keep my calories in check.

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green man

One of my Co-workers is doing the Zola diet and allowed me to copy her binder with all the info. I am following the eating plan but am not taking the shots. I am only 5 days in and I have lost 9 lbs. I am losing weight just reducing my food and doing the combination they say: 8oz of protein a day, 1 fruit, unlimited leafy greens, and 1 cup of vegtables. That is working for me. I started out at 279 now I am 270 today. So have your daughter try it without the drops it might work too.

posted on Apr 18th, 2013 6:47 pm