The program Dottie's Weight Loss Zone specializes in creating a lifestyle change, instead of just focusing on diet. However, on the main homepage to the site, in addition to cookbooks, that you can order online, they offer a diet software program to prospective buyers. Doesn't this contradict their viewpoint just a little?
After reading some of the complaints about the company, we decided to dub it the Dottie's weight loss lose zone.
In 1998, Dottie began the program after struggling with her own weight for years.
She lost over 100 pounds, and claims to be able to get anyone to be able to do it, as well. Her goal is to provide encouragement to overweight people, as well as motivation.
She believes in the credos: “One day at a time”, and “No guilt and move on”. She goes on to say that if people do what they always did, then they will get the results that they always got.
The point is, she is not telling people anything that they do not already know.
If overweight people keep doing the same things, they will not see any results.
This seemed pretty obvious to us. I mean, if they were seeing results, they wouldn't need Dottie's help at all. For that matter, they wouldn't be overweight.
Dottie's weight loss lose zone seemed pretty redundant to us, as there are millions of inspiring weight loss stories out there, and they are not ridding the world of obesity.
Everyone is different, and you have to find a weight loss program that works for you. What worked for Dottie does not necessarily mean that it will work for you. As a matter of fact there is much more information that indicates what worked for previous people does not work for many others.
Ladies and gentlemen, there is only one way to lose weight. That is to burn off more fat and calories in the run of each day than you are taking in. This can be achieved through diet, exercise, or a combination of both, but that is the bottom line.
We believe that most people out there probably know this already, so why would you subscribe to someone else's ideas regarding weight loss?