7 things we WONT do but slimming world and weight watchers WILL

Another lesson on how we are different from SW and WW:

Recently someone said I was anti-slimming world (and weight watchers for that matter).

And they were 100% right.

Now I’ve nothing against the men and women who deliver the classes, I don’t know anything about them, but I have got an issue with what they teach.

Often when it comes to weight loss *methods* I think very differently to them.

Sometimes the POLAR opposite.

Now, before all the SW fans start to get their free spaghetti in a twist, and start telling me how its just “healthy eating”, its not.

That’s a complete lie (and I’m happy to explain why if you want to know).

Plus, I would be more than happy to take the “pepsi challenge” or even have a “weight loss fight” to battle out whose method is best.

It would be an interesting experiment.

Also before we go any further, I must admit, I’ve followed slimming worlds “old rules” for years, it wasn’t pretty, that’s why I wrote my book: “The New Rules Of Weight Loss”, because i was fed up of seeing people fail, not from a lack of effort, but just because the info they were given was flawed.

Examples of how my slimming clubs are different:

#1: We won’t encourage you to eat sweetener filled bars and drinks. We will show you how to eat as naturally as possible.

#2: We won’t encourage people that its ok to drink 4 Bacardi and diet cokes every night, because its within some crazy points allowance.

#3: We won’t sell low quality ready meals full of additives and preservatives. Right now we only recommend a few supplements which you can buy anywhere online.

#4: We won’t sacrifice health or energy for extra weight loss on the scales, we will use sleep, energy and health to help guide us to long term success.

#5: We don’t announce your weight out loud in class, its up to you if you want to share it.

#6: We don’t encourage you to starve yourself on “weigh day” then have a cheat meal right after class, we will teach you how to make healthy versions of all your favourite junk foods.

#7: We don’t perpetuate myths like eating “low fat” food, we expose the truth behind what really works and why its changed.

I could go on . . .

My point:

We are very different.

You can decide why that is.

If you’re happily into the slimming world or weight watchers approach, I am not the guy to listen to.

If, on the other hand, slimming world or weight watchers have left you with poor results and even poorer health, this may interest you.

If you want to learn how to MASTER FOOD once and for all, AND you want to do it eating home cooked, locally sourced, natural foods, then I might be the cream in your coffee or so to speak.

That’s for you to decide.

But don’t dilly dally, I’ve a special offer running this weekend to save a few quid and get a free BBQ cookbook.

Here’s the deal:

You can come along to one of our slimming clubs and try a class to see if you like it, and if you don’t, you wont have to pay a single penny.

If you decide you do like it, when you sign up for a 12 week-pass which costs £65, you will save £10 and get a free BBQ cookbook (worth £7.99). (you’ll still be able to join after this date, but the bonus will be gone)

To qualify for a risk free class and this offer, you will need to fill out an application form before Monday at 12pm (Midnight).

To qualify for the risk free class and the special offer fill out a form here:


Richard Clarke

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