February 9, 2016
I am a huge advocate of health and fitness that is why I am a member of 20 Minutes to Fitness. After reading your front page article on NutriMost hosted by Dr. Stringer I was intrigued. I made an appointment, was briefed by a young woman on the program and told it was going to change my life. With a $3500 up-front fee, I surely hoped she was correct. I entered the program with optimism and hope.
My hand was placed on a device called a Zyto mechanism which sent impulses through my body to determine which nutrients were lacking in my system. I was then given several different liquids and supplements to take on a daily basis along with a 500 calorie day diet plan.
After one week on the extremely low calorie, high supplement diet, I became ill and abruptly stopped the diet. During my one week follow up appointment, I expressed my concerns to a staff member – none of which are medical doctors. At that point, he told me that my body had an auto immune disease and expressed it even more crucial that I resume the supplements and diet plan.
Three days later, after feeling more ill than before, I called to let the staff know that something was wrong and I did not want to continue with the diet. I wanted to speak to someone with regard to financial compensation due to the fact that the NutriMost diet plan is obviously not for every individual. No one from Dr. Stringer’s NutriMost organization called me back. They dodged phone calls and text messages for weeks.
Finally, my husband got involved after weeks of non-compliance on the part of NutriMost, he told them we wanted a refund. They refused any compensation whatsoever. NutriMost is a scam organization created by people who are not medical doctors. I encourage all your readers to research this diet franchise before paying $3500. It was a very expensive lesson for me.
Product or Service Mentioned: Nutrimost Weight Loss Program.
Reason of review: Bad quality.
Location: Bradenton, Florida