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The Virgin Diet: Drop 7 Foods, Lose 7 Pounds, Just 7 Days

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36 out of 40 people found this review helpful.

The Virgin Diet works if you work it. As a doctor who treats th

The Virgin Diet works if you work it. As a doctor who treats thyroid disease, I work with the struggles of the MOST weight loss resistant people on a daily basis. Not only can The Virgin Diet help them, but many with early thyroid disease, The Virgin Diet alone can re...
The Virgin Diet works if you work it. As a doctor who treats thyroid disease, I work with the struggles of the MOST weight loss resistant people on a daily basis. Not only can The Virgin Diet help them, but many with early thyroid disease, The Virgin Diet alone can reverse their illness.

One commenter said it was 'fishy' how The Virgin Diet got positive comments so early. JJ Virgin is not a flash in the pan, come from nowhere diet guru. The Virgin Diet did not start with this book. For years, JJ Virgin has been tirelessly teaching this approach to physicians. We have seen the results and demanded that she get this message out on a bigger scale. That is how the book has come about.

Buy the book, live the book. Your life will change. Don't browse it and put it back. Don't take it home and let it gather dust.

posted by DrChristianson on December 3, 2012

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64 out of 111 people found this review helpful.

Call me crazy, but something sounds fishy with this book. When t

Call me crazy, but something sounds fishy with this book. When this book went on sale yesterday, nobody had a post up when I checked, but then after one person wrote one bad review after actually reading it in the store, suddenly 18 people posted a review about how wond...
Call me crazy, but something sounds fishy with this book. When this book went on sale yesterday, nobody had a post up when I checked, but then after one person wrote one bad review after actually reading it in the store, suddenly 18 people posted a review about how wonderful the book is. One person claims their whole office has been on it and recommends it. When? How? The book just came out yesterday. One person claims that they lost five inches from their waist in seven days. Is that even safe? Well I too went to see what all the hubbub was about myself today and I didn't like it. I feel the book is a warmed over version of Eat This, Not That and an expanded version of the Wheat Belly Diet. Why try the 17 Day Diet like I did when you can do it in 7 with this book? I couldn't get past the first chapter. The truth is being overweight is partially our fault. It is based on what we eat. We scarfed down years of junk food and thought nothing will happen to us. It did. Food doesn't make you fat, a combination of age, biology and lack of exercise does, not some food intolerance. I drink soy milk because I am lactose intolerant, it hasn't affected my weight one bit. I am so tired of these books trying to tell it like it is. How can a skinny person tell somebody overweight like me how to lose weight. How about they tell the truth, that we need to eat better and watch those calories. This book is another case of someone trying to capitalize off of what a lot of women are dealing with. How about somebody write about that tells the truth and not waste our time and money telling us that we are total screw ups and that they can cure what so many people have battled for years in a week. Until I find a book written by somebody that has been there and done that, I won't support a book like this. I would rather be fat and healthy than lied to, unhealthy and thin.

posted by MommyAndMeBookClub on November 29, 2012

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 27, 2012

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    Well if it sounds to be to be true...it probably is.

    When I heard about this book, I couldn't wait to buy it and start the diet, so I went to Barnes and Noble to get it today. I am about 10 pounds over my goal weight and I thought that this would be a great way to try to lose those pounds by cutting out just seven foods. You should know that I am already over 40 and I have tried for years and nothing has worked so far. So I honestly thought that The Virgin Diet would tell me something that I didn’t know. But after reading through it in the store, I actually got to page 38, I realized that it didn’t. In the end, I put it back on the shelf; I already have a stack of books just like this collecting dust, including Virgin’s “Six Weeks to Sleeveless and Sexy.” Instead, I took the advice of one of the people that worked there and ordered a copy of “The Hungry Chick Dieting Solution.” She revealed that she has been using “The Hungry Chick Dieting Solution” for a few weeks and not only has she lost 13 pounds, but she stopped feeling that awful feeling of hunger that she usually felt when she tried to lose weight. I need that kind of success in my life.

    22 out of 52 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 23, 2013

    It was not for me

    It was not for me

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    Posted November 28, 2012

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