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Omni ChristinaLynne Due October 7 (boy); 2 kids; Pancake, TX, United States 29265 posts
2nd Jun '13

So I'm on this mom b/s/t site in Facebook and this girl keeps posting about Omni drops. I had her join me to a special group just because curiosity killed the cat.



Now I want to see if anyone has done them and had results like they claim.



http://www.omniworks4you.com/weightmgt.html



That's them. I don't think I could spend 100$ on it. A gym membership at fitness 19 is 14$ a month. :)

✿LilyBear09✿ 1 child; Oregon 5006 posts
2nd Jun '13

My friend did this diet and lost about 15lbs In 21 days... But you would too, if you only ate 500 cal a day.

Devil Duckie 3 kids; New York 48700 posts
3rd Jun '13

lets think about this logically, shall we???



Fad drops that possibly have bad side effects or at the very least won't last in its effectiveness VS. working your ass off and eating right? Hrrrrmmmm what's a better investment?

ChristinaLynne Due October 7 (boy); 2 kids; Pancake, TX, United States 29265 posts
3rd Jun '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Devil Duckie:</b>" lets think about this logically, shall we??? Fad drops that possibly have bad side effects or at the ... [snip!] ... very least won't last in its effectiveness VS. working your ass off and eating right? Hrrrrmmmm what's a better investment? "</blockquote>
I didn't say I was doing it. I was curious if anyone had. I am eating right and working my ass off hence my gym membership comment. ;) thanks though.

ChristinaLynne Due October 7 (boy); 2 kids; Pancake, TX, United States 29265 posts
3rd Jun '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting ✿LilyBear09✿:</b>" My friend did this diet and lost about 15lbs In 21 days... But you would too, if you only ate 500 cal a day."</blockquote>




I found that part frightening.

Red Bottom 2 kids; Middelfart, Denmark 15275 posts
3rd Jun '13

Diet pills, sprinkles, drops, etc. do not work. If they did, everyone would use them.



Building muscle works.

ChristinaLynne Due October 7 (boy); 2 kids; Pancake, TX, United States 29265 posts
3rd Jun '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Red Bottom:</b>" Diet pills, sprinkles, drops, etc. do not work. If they did, everyone would use them. Building muscle works."</blockquote>




I agree. But like I said I was curious. Thankfully my husband has joined the gym with me to keep me motivated

✿LilyBear09✿ 1 child; Oregon 5006 posts
3rd Jun '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting ChristinaLynne:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting ✿LilyBear09✿:</b>" My friend did this diet and ... [snip!] ... 15lbs In 21 days... But you would too, if you only ate 500 cal a day."</blockquote> I found that part frightening."</blockquote>




Me too.

Mrs.Rachael +2.5 Due November 28 (girl); 18 kids; Shreveport, Louisiana 10326 posts
3rd Jun '13

I did a similar diet, I lost weight quickly, almost put myself in the hospital, and gained it all and more back just as quickly when I stopped. Very dangerous, unhealthy, and expensive. If you NEED a boost the only things I personally support would be beachbody products/supplements or ACE, but you don't need them to lose weight.



Just always remember there is a difference in losing weight and being healthy. Even things like medfast and Jenny Craig where they provide the "food" you are ingesting a bunch of chemicals, salt, and junk for the weight loss, which doesn't make you any healthier.