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Here is the history of Mr. Robert Shelton selling this in Minneapolis: He is not a doctor but sure wants you to think he is Robert J.

Shelton, who is doing business as NutriMost Wellness & Weight Loss and Dr. Shelton's Wieght Loss in Minneapolis, was disciplined by the Minnesota Board of Chiropractic Examiners in 1994. In 1993, he was asked to attend a conference to discuss a complaint (shown below) about his management of seven patients. In 1994, he signed a stipulation and order (shown below) under which he acknowledged that he had: •Falsely notified one or more insurers that patients had not previously experienced the same or similar conditions •Made a number of incorrect diagnoses or diagnoses not borne out by patient symptoms nor substantiated by patient records.

For example, his diagnosis of a herniated disc in one instance was clearly ruled out by prior testing. •Failed to maintain adequate patient records by failing to document improvement, treatment plans. changes and referrals •Failed to maintain daily notes and to adequately document patient billings •In connection with the use of TENS units, inappropriately recorded patient conditions prior to progress examinations. Under the agreement, his license was suspended for 33 days, he was fined $5,000, and he was ordered to take a recordkeeping course and pass a special purposes examination.

Shelton continued to practice as a chiropractor but in 2014 began offering the NutriMost program as part of his practice. Records from the Minnesota board state that he voluntarily retired his chiropractic license in 2015.

He now identifies himself as "Robert J. Shelton, PSc.D."

Product or Service Mentioned: Nutrimost Owner.

Reason of review: Poor customer service.

Monetary Loss: $2600.

Preferred solution: Full refund.

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#1492366

Total scam. Will you loose weight?

Yes. Because the system is 500 -800 calories a day with a bunch of expensive supplements.You can eat 800 calories of pizza a day and lose weight!!

Don't fall for it. Total waste of money.

#1337495

So... all this stuff happened around 23 years ago...and frankly I find irrelevant.

Been on the program for around 30 days now, have lost 44 lbs.

of body fat.

First two weeks are tough but not impossible.

Had I heeded "warnings" from this site, I'd still be 44 lbs fatter and miserable.

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@PissedConsumer1337495

I also had good results did the diet 2 years ago lost 45 lbs.

#1318876

When you try to write a review on the nutrimost site they do not publish it if you don't favor the product, not a valid review site.

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