30/10 Info and Tips!

SO…I did my research before signing up for 30/10 but it took a lot of time and effort on my part. Yes their website gives you all the basics but I am not a “basics” person. I needed detailed information about the program specifics and that is hard to come by. I spent a lot of time in their office asking questions and gathering information and seeking out people who had done the program to get their feedback. I DID THE WORK before pulling the trigger! So here are some tidbits from my research and feedback from people who have participated in the program! If you TOO have been through 30/10 and have something to add please share it here so I can add in your wisdom to the collective!

These are things that I have ALREADY experienced. Livin the dream man…livin the dream!

There website seems outdated…or not very modern.

  • Don’t let that deter you. There offices are BEAUTIFUL and well appointed. The website does have AWESOME video testimonials from people who are working the program. These are very powerful and you will be able to find yourself in someone’s video.

Call and MAKE AN APPOINTMENT!

  • They are ALWAYS busy because their clients are coming in daily for their weekly check in. Coaches and staff are busy greeting and filling food orders and answering phones and COACHING…if you stop in without an appointment they might not have time for you and thats kind of a good thing. They invest in the people who have invested in them. Weird…I know. But they are saving their time for ME and maybe YOU one day! Call ahead and schedule a consultation. This will cost you $25 IF you say a friend referred you! I am now your friend…April Williams 🙂 HI…hello…how bout those Mariners? But WHY are you paying THEM to learn about their program? Read on…

It’s going to seem a bit shady at first! But it is LEGIT!

  • The first day I stopped in to begin my fact finding mission they were SWAMPED and down a few people. They were running around taking care of a million fires and I show up with out an appointment wanted the 411. The manager had a cancelation and was able to do my 1st consultation- normally $160 bucks. But all you have to do is say ________ did it and I want to know more. If you live here in Washington just say Shelly Hart sent you or now April Williams and its only $25! YES it seems kinda weird…you are giving THEM money to tell you about their program. But they give you a body composition scan- the exact same scanner they use at Policlinic here in Seattle and many other medical offices globally- and it tells you ALL kinds of wonderful things like how fat you are and how much viceral fat you have and how dense your bones and muscles are. Then they spend the next 30-60 minutes reviewing the scan with you and talking about the program. It’s not a detailed discussion but if I had been armed with questions I would have gotten more out of it. Basically I walked away with more questions than answers, a VERY clear picture of my fat and where is is on my body and a fear that the program would be too restrictive and it was not for me. What was so WEIRD about this meeting was that the woman who did my consultation- Shannon- knew how scared I was about giving up ALL my favorite foods and told me that I was not yet ready for this program. EXCUSE ME? Only I can tell you that I am NOT ready!! But she made it really clear….you have to be REALLY ready to do this because it is challenging and it costs BIG BUCKS and they want to keep their track record and the only way they can do that is to be picky about who they help. They do NOT want you to do the program if you are not 100% on board. It’s why they have such a high success rate…they are selective in who gets to do the program. Backwards…I know. But another reason why this program is different from the rest. You really leave there kinda in a fog…what just happened? Did she really tell me she didn’t want my money? What kind of sham is this?

You can call them ANYTIME and get your questions answered before you commit.

  • You can ask them ANYTHING…if they have done the program themselves…why the high cost…what the food REALLY taste like…how do you travel on the plan…what happens if I eat all my food in one day…I called THREE times and talked to someone for an HOUR each time. I knew they were busy…I could hear all the commotion in the back ground. But they took the time. And they really call you out on your shit. One of my concerns was my upcoming vacation to Alaska. We will be on a private boat for 2 weeks and I didn’t know it I could do it mentally or if the food would travel. The woman I spoke to ask me “Are you going to Alaska to eat? Or are you going to be with your family and see some amazing things?” Uummmmmm….silence on my end. She had to ask if I was still on the line. THAT was when I knew this program was for me. They have two goals: release weight fast and figure out why food is more important than vacation. Reason #2 they are different that other programs.

It’s expensive. But not as expensive as LapBand or Diabetes or a Heart Attack…or your daily Starbucks…BUT YOU ARE WORTH IT.

  • My dad ALWAYS tells my sister and I “I can buy a new car or build a new house…I can’t build another you.” While I am SURE he would love to try…he makes his point. All that really matters in life is your family and if you lost that you would also die with that person. SO…you do what you can and you fork over any amount of money to ensure your family is present and healthy for the long haul. (I also think he thinks I will be taking care of him in his old age…he has some mess up motives.) You can’t replace you…you are PRICELESS and that is WORTH the cost of 30/10. I still SHIT A BRICK when they told me my first 15 weeks would be $3,655. I looked at them with crazy eyes…I think I even took in a breath. All you can think is “I am going to pay 3 GRAND for some so-so food, weekly weigh in’s, and 30-60 minutes with a dedicated coach every week? Do I LOOK like a sucker? Oh SMT is included? What the hell is that?”                                                                   um no
  • But then Shannon really walked me through what I am currently spending on food every month- and by food that is anything you put in your mouth for nourishment. I spend $25 a week for organic produce deliver to our house. I pay $25 a week to Smith Brothers for dairy delivery. I spend another $300 just on groceries. If we entertain that month I spend $100-200 on that and we entertain A LOT.  We eat out once a week maybe and thats $40-60 a pop…I am addicted to Starbucks and sometimes on a really long day I am there twice…so I am averaging $7 a day. I was a WW member…$45 a month. How much are you spending every month on co-pays? (NOT food related but weight related and that was caused by food). Mine are $30 a pop then add in what was NOT covered by insurance and really adds up. How about random gum and crap when you stop for groceries or gas? Or late night DQ runs? Even if it is once a month that all adds up. So after some quick mental math I was already spending something close to that every month…just on FOOD or food related things. OK Shannon…point taken.
  • Some reviews online complained that they were not upfront with their costs. Well they cant be because everyone needs different amounts of food and vitamins. My costs are so high right now because I need more calories to lose weight without crashing….and I have 100 POUNDS TO LOSE! My costs will GO DOWN as I release some weight. I know people who paid half what I did…but they had half of the weight to lose and did it for only 10 weeks total. I need 37 WEEKS to release my weight…the weeks that you do this program vary with your goals and body composition. The program really is tailored to YOU and your needs. I am Celiac and I can participate 100% in this program. If I can do it…you can do it.

Say goodbye to carbs, sugars, fruit, and everything else that makes your mouth water. 

  • Kind of hard to imagine…but it is also hard to imagine yourself dead from a food overdose. You will get to a place where all foods are “on-plan” again. You are talking about going weeks without…not years or your lifetime without. This is not a program where you can never eat certain foods again or count points for the rest of your life. You are choosing to remove these foods from your diet for a SHORT amount of time. You CAN do this…ITS JUST FOOD!  (I have to tell myself this every 30 seconds.) Your coaches and the program will help you through the rough spots and make you think about why you want those foods so bad! Is one mocha going to make you fat? NO! Will be you able to enjoy this same mocha soon? YES! Is it healthy to get a mocha every day? NO…but you still did it…every day and now your pants don’t fit. THATS what 30/10 is really all about. Figuring out why you are making the food choices and helping you rewire those choices to he healthy and sustainable.

The coaches help you find work arounds. 

  • I really lost my shit at the though of giving up my Starbucks…I was honest with my coach about that and he could see the fear in my eyes. He said…”OK! Lets problem solve!” And guess what…we found an alternative…you CAN have coffee on this plan…you can have a little milk and a calorie free chocolate syrup! Mix those all up in your Vitamix with some ice and water and you have yourself an Aprilchinno! See what I did there? It is NOT a Frap from Starbucks but it WILL get me through the tough days and it WILL remind me that I am not depriving myself of anything. CRISIS AVERTED!  189152125_ObamaHellNo_answer_3_xlarge

Because this is a MEDICAL program- a large portion of your costs are TAX DEDUCTIBLE! 

  • For every 15 weeks of the program I complete, I get to deduct $2550 from my taxes. You can deduct the cost minus the food. I am looking at a $8000 WRITE OFF at the end of this adventure. You don’t even get that much for kids or organ donation…THAT helps the hurt of the upfront costs in the long run. Think of it as a REWARD you will are giving yourself come May when your return finally comes! That should cover the cost of your new wardrobe…and that super sweet purse you have been eyeing…and that plane ticket to Hawaii….and FINE that donation to my University…

You don’t have to think a lot about food.

  • You will be eating their breakfasts, lunches, and snacks. Dinner and your fresh veggies and salads are on you. There are some AWESOME condiment options for your dressing and marinades and a TON of meats, fish, and poultry are on the safe list! This is another reason this program is different…as you are releasing your weight you are also learning to cook for yourself in a healthy and sustainable way. You get to problem solve and experiment and bounce ideas off of your coaches and friends. And there is NO WAY you could mess up your day…everything from 30/10 is LABLED and there is a daily flow chart of what you will be eating throughout the day…its really idiot proof. They even have an EMERGENCY kit of chocolate things to save you from that Milky Way! Now that I have said that I am totally going to mess it up! My bad…anywhoos…But again- that is really hard to do if you are thinking and breathing….all you have to do is look a your one page of “Allowed” foods…if it ain’t on the list it ain’t going in your mouth! And its not like you have to eat breakfast at breakfast…you could do breakfast for dinner or soup for breakfast…there are a lot of ways to spice it up and there is a TON of 30/10 food food to choose from after your first week. Week 1 food is preset so there is really no thinking on your end…all you have to do is focus on getting through the transition! This will leave you feeling OK and almost relieved that this will NOT be as bad as your thought!

You will think about food ALL THE TIME.

  • You are going to be thinking about food ALL THE FREAKING TIME. Every second of your first week will be like you have all of the delicious food that has made you fat swirling around your head like the moons of Jupiter. You will want everything you have ever eaten and everything you plan to eat in the future. You will be obsessed with what you “cannot have” and will contemplate giving up a finger for something decent to eat! That first week or two and even three are brutal. You think about food all the time. There is just no way around it…and the ONLY reason you are thinking about it SO MUCH is because your brain is telling you that you cannot have it. And you know what happens when someone tells you that you cannot do something…But here is the trick. You CAN eat those off-plan foods. No one is stopping your. They are probably still in your home. But you have just paid a crap-ton of money for this…you are CHOOSING to NOT eat those foods NOW…for a short time. You have the power here…this is YOUR choice and it is one of the best decisions you have ever made. GOLD STAR for you today!

Clean out your home of off-plan foods. 

  • I did this and it saved my ass in the first few weeks. It is still saving me and I am 10 weeks in! I threw out/gave away every off-plan item in my home. I boxed it all up and got it out of there. I knew it would be tempting to have around and I did not want to throw off my first few weeks with a stupid indulgence or treat. If I allowed it my brain would tell me I had “earned” a treat because I did a few days 100% on plan. I did NOT want to play that game…it was what got me here in the first place!!! My advice…CLEAN OUT YOUR HOME/CAR/WORK/GYM BAG/ SECERT STASH of all that good stuff. You will thank yourself later…at 2am…when you are about to break.

The food is nutritious…it’s not Wendy’s.

  • Will you be hungry? Yes. Will you want something REALLY bad? Yes. Is the food giving you ALL the energy and nutrients and minerals that your body needs to function at PEAK form? YES. You are hungry because you are addicted to eating or the taste or the action or the smell. But you are NOT starving and you body has what it needs to be a well oiled machine. And they have lots of __________…it’s just a nutritious version of it! Your hunger is really just in your head…I recommend therapy for those stupid hunger issues. And you already know there is not a food in the WORLD that can satisfy your cravings or hunger. Your mind needs healing and there ARE people out there to help you. Your coaches get you though a lot. But if you are like me…I needed someone with DECADES of experience in addiction to truly crack my hunger. My coaches got me though day to day and week to week and month to month but my therapist gave me the tools to get through life. And WHO KNEW my ex boyfriend was such an ASS! 😉

These are things that others who have completed the program have TOLD ME. Everyone who I know personally and has been through the program has been successful in releasing their weight FAST and keeping it off some some time. They are NOT worried about gaining it back because they have really changed their relationships with food. These are the dreams I WILL be livin soon…

There are 3 phases to 30/10.

  • Officially I think there are only 2…but in my world there are three.
    • Phase 1: HOLY SHIT. You have paid your money and you have your food. You are driving away and you think…I can’t do this. This is nuts. But then you remember you just handed over BIG $$$ and there are NO refunds! -Not true but once you walk out with your food you they are keeping $650 bucks for all that food and the work they put into you to get you to sign up. And if you get preggers your program is held until you have pushed him or her out and are done nursing. Then you pick up where you left off. You go home…find a binder and organize the shit out of all of the materials that they have given you. You unpack your food and throw away or food bank ALL your food in your house. You have two days to BINGE of what ever you want because D-Day is coming and you want to get in that last ____________ before your week starts. But you already feel shitty because you have really been binging since your brain told you that you were doing this about a week ago…so yeah…You make it through Week 1 and it was not bad but it was not paradise…you have released some weight as promised but you are still wary that this is Oz and a little green man is going to pop up from around the corner pointing and laughing. You are committed to week 2 then shit gets REAL. People look like walking iced mochas…you dream of pizza and burgers…your head aches and you just want to punch walls. But you paid your $$$ and that would SUCK if you threw your week away and hard earned money. So you press through week 2.
    • Phase 2: Weight RELEASING! (CURRENT PHASE!) The fog and mood has passed and you have released some weight! Holy shit…its working and that little gym form Oz is no where to be seen! You are COMMITTED! Yes there will be some bad days and maybe you might cheat. But the guilt in your heart and the pain in your wallet gets you right back on track. Your coaches help you every step along the way. Those SMT recordings ARE working…new age Science is not just magic and gold dust! People start noticing…and you scream “30/10!”…people look at you weird but say they have heard about it…they tell you that they have been thinking about checking it out. You tell them to check out this AWESOME blog then FB you with any questions! Or you just answer their questions right there…You are in CONTROL and your clothes are lose. You might even hit up the Nordstroms Anniversary sale for something new just because your pants wont stay on anymore!
    • Phase 3: Maintenance. YOU DID IT! You RELEASED what you wanted to, you understand yourself better, you are in control of your hanger, and you feel GREAT! Now you get to work with your coach to fend for yourself in this big bad food world. You still weight in weekly if you choose…but you are cooking for you now and you still have your coach and 30/10 to help you make this transition! Your support does NOT go away and you are motivated to NOT go back to your old ways. You realize that you have really changed your attitudes towards food for your lifetime and it feels good to not be so obsessed with food.

The goal is INDEPENDENCE!

  • They REALLY don’t want you eating their food for the rest of your life. And they really don’t want to see you every week for the next 60 years. I LOVE my Weight Watcher leader…but I want to see him socially, not clinically. Their SINGULAR goal is for you to be independent. They want you to change your habits and shift your perceptions, and understand nutrition, and get your head straight so food is no longer an issue of yours. Can’t guarantee you wont pick something else to fill the void that food has left- ummmhmmm…therapy-but MAN that’s a GREAT goal. Independence…true freedom to enjoy food as it should be enjoyed and in a way that will not kill you. What a gift.

See…I TOLD you. It is worth every penny. 

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279 thoughts on “30/10 Info and Tips!

  1. Thanks for the blog, agree with almost everything on here (doubt the tax stuff for many of us – it is not supervised by a doctor unless a chiropracter counts). My husband and I did it together, just about done. The first week is awful, could only think about food and felt like we were in brain fogs. Got much better by the second week. Hardly get hungry now at all. Have to add veggies to the soups and omelets along with an egg white to the omelet and pancakes – much better. Prepare your food the night before, chop lots of veggies all at once, much easier. Both lost over 40 pounds, feel great. Have gone off a few times when away on vacation and we got to our personal goals but not the parameters they wanted so they wouldn’t really help with maintenance suggestions which was really irritating to us. The week before one of the other employees had given us the success packet for after as my husband was having his final weigh-in and she wanted him to read ahead so he could ask questions and be prepared for his final visit. She didn’t want him to have surprises – loved that approach. Next week at his check out appointment we got a different employee who wouldn’t even discuss it. I didn’t tell her we already had some of the info from the week before as apparently that is against their policy and didn’t want the person the week before to get into trouble. Feel like they should support their clients with suggestions and info on how to maintain the weight even if not a “success client” by meeting all of their parameters. Didn’t want to pay more. His visceral fat and weight were in range but they wanted more of a buffer before they would put him on maintenance. I understand he couldn’t be on their guarantee unless all of their ideal parameters were met and the rationale for that but felt like they left us hanging – pay more or your all on your own. Referred us to your contract we initially signed – still no reason not to provide some info in my opinion. This is my only big complaint. Diet works. When you go in you will feel like you are in a time share pitch. It is expensive but cheaper than a heart attack. Make up much of the cost in savings on dinners out, lunch at work and other groceries you don’t buy. I figure it took me 35 years to gain the weight I needed to lose so 3 months of discipline to get it off was worth it. The cost and the accountability at weigh ins is always motivating to keep you on track. Plus once you start looking and feeling so much better, shrinking out of your clothes it’s sort of addicting!

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    1. I joint 30/10 when it was newer I think and I am support no matter what. It’s sad to hear stories of the different levels of support at the different locations. Donna you summed it up nicely-it’s a motivating program that works!

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      1. The front team at my 30/10 location was able to deduct the food cost from the program cost. I kept all my financial records from my 30/10 transaction and could itemize it because we had such huge medical costs this year. Talk with your tax person directly about itemizing.

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      1. That’s normal! Around day 3 you will amazing yourself what you got yourself into but stick to the program…you will not be disappointed!

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      2. Checking back in to let you know my progress. Today is day 12 and things are going great! First few days were hard, but now I just do my food thing and move on! It definitely makes you realize where you rated food in your life. I try to remember “it’s only food!” Some of their items take a bit to get used to and I have trouble getting down all of the veggies, but it’s making me realize the role food should have in my life. It really was what I looked forward to for my enjoyment and comfort, and I’m learning a healthier approach. I’m finding this plan doable because of all the support and because I’m full all the time. It’s also motivating because if you cheat just a little and have something off-plan, it will kick you right out of ketosis -and you don’t want to start that process all over again. I lost 4.8 pounds on my first weigh in and my next weigh in is in 2 days.

        I’m going to start a Facebook private group for anyone going on or on 30/10, so reply with your Facebook name if you want to be invited to the group.

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      3. GREAT job Connie! I would be happy to co-host that group with you! I looked into it today and there seems to be a need to that support! Let me know what you want to do!

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    1. Woo! good job Connie! I’m on day 9 tomorrow! I love this blog (thanks April!) but I wish they had some real member to member support. A phone tree or someway to talk to each other and be supportive, share information etc… I’ve had questions when 30/10 isnt open, so it’s just like well I hope I do the right thing 🙂 … Anyways, congrats and yay!!!

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      1. honestly, it’s a “no duh” process (if you will) 🙂 we dont eat anything bad for us! I haven’t been hungry or anything like that, it’s just steeling yourself to not eating anything we’ve been progammed to consider “fun” and “good” (basically). -Thats been my struggle at least, I’ve stuck to it 99.9% -no sugar or junk, but I did have protein from the avoid list twice. It’s the social aspect, especially with all the things we do in the summer, camping, vacations, you can kind of feel left out I guess. BUT for me I just remind myself WHY I spent so much money to be on this program, how much I want to lose the weight, and that ultimately it wont be forever! (someday I can roast a marshmello again!) 😉 -But then eat only salad for the rest of the week after 🙂
        -Which office are you going through? And Happy First Day!!! yay 🙂

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      2. The social pressure is huge and the pressure you put in yourself to feel “normal” again. Like you said-this IS NOT forever. And I was not eating normal before…that’s why I weighed so much! This program helps you get back to normal 🙂

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      3. Agree. I have some real life questions too and would love to be able to email someone with my silly questions or so they feel 🙂

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      4. How do you get your oils in?! I’m having a hard time with that (only day 2…)
        /any recommendations for salad dressing???

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      5. There is a great salad dressing recipe under that section on this blog! Putting some in the soup is another great way to get them in!

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    2. I’m definitely in on the facebook group! …and thanks! I like that perspective, “normal”, such a subjective term! 🙂

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      1. Connie Jory – I’d be interested in the Facebook group! I actually already finished the program, but having more support from people who have experienced 3010 would be great. 🙂

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      2. I think the need is there for a group where we can share ideas and support in a “quicker” format 🙂

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  2. Hi April, Just read this entire blog. Have had a life-long struggle with my weight but up until about 5 years ago was able to control it. Then some horrible things occurred in my life, one right after the other, and I found comfort in food. Lost my Dad, then shortly after, my Mom, and on the heels of that, my 36 y.o. nephew, like a son to me, was diagnosed with fourth stage lung cancer. My sister, his Mom, could not handle it either physically or emotionally, so he moved in with me and I shared with him the last six months of his life. I was his rock, his caregiver, his nurse, his pharmacist, his chauffer, his sleeping partner (I slept in the same room with him to be sure he was okay and not alone) and I watched this sweet, selfless, loving boy wither away and die. Shortly thereafter, I developed a bloot clot in my brain and that combined with my two boys going off to school out of state, left me lonely, scared and out of control. Turned to food. While recovering from the clot, I then developed multiple blood clots in my lungs and all of this translated in me turning to more and more food. I am now up 90 lbs. and am suffering emotionally and physically. I have developed several orthopedic problems from my back to my knees to my ankles and feet. I am suffering from depression and have sought out help from therapists but with little or no result. I rarely leave the house now – being humiliated at my appearance. My friend’s son had great success on 30-10 and after reading your blog, I plan on calling on this coming Tuesday (Monday is Memorial Day). It will be my last resort before seeking help in the form of a gastric bypass. I just finished a two month attempt at Atkins. I was doing well for about a month, then started to gain weight. I can’t understand it because believe me, nothing went into my mouth that wasn’t allowed. I have been to Durham, North Carolina and attempted a 3 month period on the “rice diet,” and also to a weight loss boot camp in Utah. I think I have tried every program out there, from Jenny Craig, to Nutrisystem, to Weight Watchers and have ultimately failed on all of them. I’m hoping this is the answer. The weight problem has overtaken my entire life. Is my story unique? I don’t know the answer. But I’m so hoping this is the answer to the help I am needing so desperately. Thank you for your blog. I am so weakened by the events of the past five years, I hope to be able to regain some strength and get back to living.

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    1. Patricia- I am SO sorry if I missed this and never responded. I FEEL your journey. We always put others first or allow circumstances to be put ahead of ourselves and we do this for so many reasons- and the biggest I think is it is our only way to COPE with life. I am so excited you are thinking about starting this journey. Please keep us all posted and share your experience with us! This program WILL help you gain your strength back in all the ways you are looking for.

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      1. First weigh in tomorrow. Followed program to the T. Hoping to be rewarded by some significant results. Am frightened I won’t see them and will lose motivation. I will let you know how I did. Been afraid to get on the scale. I know there are probably many like me who feel the scale is the enemy. Hoping tomorrow it will be my friend. Wish me luck. I am so needing it.

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      2. Great results at first weigh in. 7.2 lbs. gone. Realize this is probably mostly water, but even so, felt wonderful to have experienced success. Have had no trouble following the program. Don’t care at all for most of the foods, but there are a few items I can “stomach” so I only chose them. They said that was fine. If you want to eat vanilla pudding 5 times a day – go for it. Tough getting all those veggies in. Not one who loves prep or cooking. Also, have a husband thin as a rail and it’s annoying to have to prepare two different dinners when you don’t love to cook in the first place. I totally agree that being “accountable” by having a weigh in each week, and laying out all that money has a great affect on staying on course. I was always convincing myself if I couldn’t do this alone, I would never be able to do it at all. The accountability thing and that huge charge on my credit card helps me stay honest. Didn’t have a great day today emotionally. Normally, this would result in turning to food. Had the opposite effect. It’s almost 8:00 and I’ve barely eaten anything today. No appetite. I realize this is not the right approach. I always thought that “calories in, calories out” was the way to go. The program has convinced me that this is all wrong. You must eat to lose. You must keep your body burning. If you don’t eat, your body will store the fat. Never believed in this theory but I am quickly changing my mind. Angry that I didn’t eat much today. But I don’t want to make up for it this late in the day. Will try to get back on track tomorrow. Next weigh in Monday. Hope the trend continues. I wish all of you luck and hope you will wish me luck back!

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      3. Great progress Patricia! This program does force you to dive deep into your relationship with food. Excellent work!

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      4. Hi, my friend’s ex-husband did this program and lost 70lb. I am going in for my first appointment this Thursday as I know I have to DO something and soon. I would love to be included in a FB group if you have / will start one. FB name is Fay Venegas. Thanks for this blog – so very helpful.

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      5. Thanks Fay! Search for us on Facebook: Thee Struggle is Real Support Group or check out the link on the blogs menu tab.

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  3. Thanks for the encouragement April! I think creating a CLOSED private Facebook group is the answer! If I’m not mistaken, we would have the ability to remove someone if we thought it necessary. Would you like me to start one? I could really use the extra support right now. 😏

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    1. YES! Shall we “co-host” the group? I can post it here or maybe even link it to this blog? I will try to private message you through this blog and lets start planning!

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      1. I’m planning to talk to someone about this and hubby says this is one he could get into. Time will tell… my issue is not eating. I’m either not hungry all day until dinner time, I can easily forget to eat or not interested. When I do it’s mostly salty savory things and not much sugar. And I find it’s mostly sweet type protein bars or snack items. What few I can tolerate, I get bored with in less than a week. I have to force myself to eat during the day. I would love to join the fb group, is it only for those that were or currently in the program?

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      2. Well…yes and no. Everyone who is in the group is on plan. But we have had people join in the group before joining then join and are now members. So you could join our group and it you don’t sign up then we can remove you!

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    1. We are working on setting it up now and will share the link/ name when it’s done! It will be a closed group but will be searchable on FB 🙂

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  4. Hi All… my name is Sofia and I am food addict (hahaha, just kidding)

    I am currently on Day 3 and like you, I think of comfort food non-stop.. but it’s not hard and in my line of work is actually helping me get back on track. The one challenge I have found on it has been timing. 3 meals/3 snacks a day.

    What if you can’t fill yourself with all the required meals?

    I need to call a coach to explain a little further of the situation but yesterday I ate dinner for lunch (because of timing dinner was going to be difficult for full on meal) and was so full I did not really think about the remaining 2 snacks and dinner. I had 1 snack, dinner w/ 1 svg of veggies and 1 svg of spinach and that’s it… I missed a snack and 2nd svg of veggies)

    Does this affect your metabolism? Hmmm…

    I would love to be part of the FB page when it’s up.. gimme a holler when we are ready! 😉

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    1. Hi Gloria! It is VERY important to get in all your meals and snacks. And if you mix around the meals that is ok but you DO need to get them all in including your snacks! Your body needs the nutrients and calories and carbs and everything else that goes with is so do what you can to get those in! The FB group IS up and running! Check out the recent blog post! I also added a link from the menu bar!

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  5. Hello. Enjoyed reading your blog. Thank you. Two questions- are you allowed to drink ancho during the different phases or no? Also I’m wondering about the last question as to if this program has any affect on your metabolism.
    Thank you!

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    1. Hello! No alcohol on plan. On maintainence yes! I don’t know the answer on your metabolism question. All I can tell you is that you feel great about 2 weeks into the program!

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      1. I would also add that the program definitely does affect your metabolism — that’s the point of eating every 2-4 hours — it keeps your metabolism up there and burning fat!

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  6. Thanks so much for your support and encouragement April. One day at a time. Today is my two week mark. Couldn’t fit my visit to the center in today but am going on Monday. They were kind about this and understanding and gave me 10 days worth of food to accommodate me. Want you to know the blog is immeasurably helpful. Husband and two grown sons are kind of talking about my weight problems. Don’t blame them. Wonderful to have a place to share that is non-judgmental and welcoming to my thoughts and feelings.

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    1. Hey ARE very understanding of their members lives…it’s what makes 30/10 so awesome! My heart is filled with happiness at your kind words! We all need support along our journeys and happy to provide that for you!

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  7. I started the 30/10 diet 25 days ago. It has been quite the journey for me. To start with, I was doing horrible on the program because my body was not tolerating the oils. (I’ve had past experience with this to know what was happening) It was causing me overwhelming tiredness/fatigued/dizziness, etc and I was not able to think straight. So, I had to have a meeting with Shannon and she told me they would change their rules, just for me, and allow me to not have the oils. I also had terrible constipation on this and decided to just “clean” my body thoroughly and had colonics treatments. Through that, I found out that my gallbladder was sluggish. (hence, my body not tolerating the oils) So, I went to a naturalpath who put my on the supplement “ox bile.” I went 3 days without oils, suggested by my naturalpath. Although, omitting 4 T of oil per day is losing about 500 calories per day. I was absolutely starving those days and realized I wouldn’t be able to keep this up if I couldn’t ever have oils throughout this diet without supplementing with more food. (yet, Shannon had said for me to not add extra food) After 3 days, I’ve added just 2 T of oil a day for the past few days and I am watching to see how I do. But, I’m still having digestion/constipation issues with this diet. I’m learning that the high protein diet, low carb diet is just hard on my body. I’m also losing the weight much slower than the diet I’ve done over the past 4 years. (very similar in the veggies and meats we eat every day) But, because of the high dollar amount I spent, I’ve been keeping it up and sticking through it day by day but it hasn’t been easy for me like it has been for others. Everyone’s body’s are not the same. Good luck to anyone who joins!

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    1. Thank you for your share Laurel! I am sorry to hear it has been a struggle. Everyone IS different and will react differently. Sounds like you are really learning about your body and what your optimum health will look like!

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    2. I had lost 91 lbs and gained 30 back in a 500 cal a day diet I am on 30\10 for 3 months I feel I am not doing well myself but feel that my old diet messed with my way my body reacts to food I am so scared that I am going to have to pay more as I have only lost half of what I am suppose to and only have 4 weeks left

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      1. Have you followed the plan exactly? What location do you go to? Have you shared your fears with them?

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      2. I found a website that sells all the protein foods that 3010 sells. I did the 3010 and the cost was so high, I looked for similar foods and found http://www.ambarinutrition.com/ I ordered the food and it was exactly the same food and packaging that 3010 sells. I feel like 3010 is a rip off as I found this food for pennies compared to what I paid at 3010

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      3. The food can be found on a few different sites. 30/10 is more than just the food. I agree- it’s EXPENSIVE. For some, that cost is worth it!

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    1. That is a good question. I think they would want you to come in at least every other week to check in and get your food. Where do you live? Could you do an every other week thing?

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  8. My wife really likes to do karaoke and so we go to a bar 2-3 times a month. This is her only entertainment so I can’t ask her to give it up. How is the program with alcohol…usually 2-3 glasses of merlot or a 2 margaritas each night.

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    1. No alcohol 😦 I ENJOY my cocktails but found that it’s not the booze I miss on plan 🙂 And if karaoke is her thing there is no need tongue that up! 🙂

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      1. Thank you for answering. Too bad about the alcohol. I’m not sure if we would be allowed to sit in the bar where shw karaokes and not drink. I’ll have to ask them. Did you have to pay the $3,655 all at once? What are you going to have to pay for the whole program? I need to lose about 185lbs. Do you think my cost will be much different than yours?

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      2. I bet your total costs would be around $5000 to lose 185 pounds. But it all totally varies based on how quickly you drop the weight. The best thing I can tell you is to schedule a consultation and go in and meet them in person!

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    2. I went out plenty of times when I did the diet and didn’t drink. I bought a soda water(these are just sparking water with no calories) with lemon or lime – there are other options besides alcohol. The point is socializing and having a good time not drinking – I enjoy drinks but I found that the real reason I was going out was not to drink so I was okay just enjoying the activity.

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  9. I did 30/10 from August 2014 – April 2015 and lost 88 pounds. I have been off the plan from April 2015 – current and gained 50 pounds back. I was almost to my goal levels (had met 4 out of the 5) so I didnt continue after my last 12 week session. I didnt feel like I was provided tools to eat “normal” foods (meaning not their powder foods).

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    1. I am sorry to hear that Teresa 😦 I go to the Tacoma location and they have been super helpful and supportive when I have paused and been on maintenance. I continue to use their food tracker and stick to a LOW carb meal plan and that works for me. Have you tried reaching out to them to share your struggle with maintaining with them?

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      1. Hi April. I’m so glad you started this blog. I have done the consultation and am weighing (ha ha) my options on how I can pay $8k on the program. I will be at the Tacoma location as well, such a small world sometimes.

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      2. It IS a small world! The costs are great. So are the benefits! I found that I spent that money anyways I’m bad food anyways so I was just changing where that money was going! Instead of Starbucks and restaurants, it went to 30/10! Join our Facebook group if you do sign up!

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  10. I’ve heard that too few calories can send your body into starvation mode and hang on to everything and store it as fat but it seems that with this diet you are only eating 400 – 700 calories a day (if you are eating 4 of their meals a day and one of your only consisting of lean meats and low carb veggies).

    Is this true?

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    1. Nope! My calorie intake on program ranged between 1800-2100 a day. It’s PLENTY of food and all the nutrition your body needs! I went through sugar/ carb withdrawal the first two weeks but bounced back and had more energy than I ever had!

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      1. In looking at the calorie content on their products (online) they ranged from about 80 to 100 (for the regular, non-dessert, food items – pancake, bacon and cheese omelets, soups) and I was instructed to eat 4 per day and then the lean meat (about 200 calories for small skinless chicken breast and there are very little calories in vegetables). So really, with all of that, I would be eating about 600 calories….
        So I’m confused…I have heard really good things about 30/10 but I would want to know that I was not causing MORE weight gain…by causing my metabolism to ‘shut down’.

        Thanks for all of your advice and help.

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      2. I was allowed the meal replacements which have 360 calories and the protein bars. You will not be shutting down anything! It kicks your body and metabolism into ketosis. Your burning your fat storage as energy. And I don’t buy the “calories in/calorie out” nutritional math. It is a 100% restrictive program but the results are amazing. And HEALTHY. My doctors are amazed and how positively my body has responded. This IS healthy. Your body has extra stuff to burn and is happy to ahead it on this program!

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  11. Of course! What location are you going to? They are all happy to answer any questions you have about the plan/program!

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      1. They are AMAZING! So helpful and really tell it like it is! That’s my home locations as well 🙂

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  12. I’m wondering how your caloric intake was between 1900-2100?
    I found that ;
    4 of their packets – roughly 400 calories total
    4 cups of veggies – 100-200 cal depending on if they are cooked
    5- oz neat- 200 cal
    4 T oil – 480

    That’s s total of 1,280 if consumed everything. But, bc of my gallbladder, I couldn’t tolerate the oils so I either couldn’t have them at all on some days or other days only 1 T or others 2 T. Which reduced my calories by 240-480 per day. ( bringing my calories to 880 – 1020.). No where near your total calories. Interesting.,,

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  13. I’m a red wine snob – hard to give that up. This just seems like a low-carb paleo/south beach/atkins variation with a support group/coach. Those diets do work. Until you quit.

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    1. All diets work until you quit. The point is that you have to make a life-style change. You can’t expect to go back to your bad habits that got you into trouble in the first place and be successful at the same time. I’m not quite there yet, but I do believe that 30/10 makes a strong attempt at getting you to do just that, make that life-style change. I know a few others who have reached goal, undergone their maintenance program, and kept the weight off. Maybe, just maybe, this plan is the answer. You have to put in your own effort though. It’s not a magic wand. Even bariatric surgery doesn’t work if you don’t make the effort to change.

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      1. Well said Patricia! 🙂 I used to want to be “thin”. Now I just want to be healthy and 30/10 has helped me identify what healthy is and has taught me what my body needs to maintain and be healthy.

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  14. I have read your blog about 30/10 three or four times. I really want to do it, but the price is daunting. I know I have at least a hundred pounds to lose. Did they make you pay for everything up front? Is the food a lot of freezer stuff? Or is it dry goods ? Money for me is tight right now as I’m going through a divorce. I hope I hear from you soon. Thank you for enjoyable read. Your writing style makes me laugh.

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    1. Thank you Sazqwatch! It IS expensive. You pay for 15-16 weeks at a time, half is due up front then you can pay weekly or in chuncks. You can re-evaluate after your first 15-16 weeks. In my case the cost went down by a few hundred dollars because I was not eating as much a day and they gave me a little discount 🙂 The food is all dry packets that you add water to. You provide veggies and salad at lunch and dinner and your dinner protein. The rest is 30/10 foods. You could always commit to 15 weeks and see how it goes and what you meant about yourself and then try it on your own? For me it worked- I had tried everything else and this just WORKED! Schedule a consultation and go get your numbers and learn all about it! Where would be your home location?

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  15. Thank you awesome april! Your blog was the thing that finally made me call and make an appointment. I have been on the program for 4 weeks now and have dropped 30 pounds. I have a lot to lose so my results may not be typical for people who need to lose less weight. All in all it has been very straight forward and easy to follow the program. It took me a few weeks to find the prepared food I liked. My favorite is sloppy Joe mix with spices I add. The bars and chips are good when I want something chewy or crunchy. The staff at 30 10 has been great and I look forward to the weekly weigh in’s. Thanks again for the final push you gave me.

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    1. This is fantastic news Brad! My experience was and has been very similar to yours. Keep us posted on your progress here and join in Facebook group!

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  16. I have enjoyed reading everyone’s comments. Thank you April for putting your thoughts down in this blog. Your first post really helped me make the decision to try this program. My husband found your post, read it, and told me about it. Very inspirational and honest. My consultation for 30/10 is September 3rd. If you do start a Facebook page I would love to follow it. Weight loss is not an easy journey. The support from the center and what I have read from the blog should make the journey bearable and even enjoyable. 😊

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    1. Congratulations Steph on taking the first step! We DO have a FB group- look in the blogs menu for the link! It is NOT easy for countless reasons but it helps to have people around you who understand the struggle! Keep us posted here on your progress! Where will your home location be?

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  17. I just got done reading every thing you guys have talked about, I think for all of us that had struggled with our weight we kind of think and feel the same way in the beginning. I had went to the everett one last year and went they told me how much it was going to be I didn’t do it. And I had left that day and started eating right and lost on my own 70 lbs…. how ever I just paid the money today and going to stsrt this 3010 diet tomorrow. I have now plateu at stuck at 230 lbs, I have been at this weight for the last 6 months, what scares me the most is that i all ready way really healthy… after reading all your guys comments as giving me hope that this will work.:) I am 30 years old and I am 5.6 at 230 lbs male. I had got my self up to 300 lbs and i was hating life, and i mean hating life :(. I will keep you guys up to date as well. Thanks for the blog…

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  18. Well first day down and I have to say it was harder then i thought was going to be….. so far I have not liked any of the food, I’m hoping it will get better, no matter what I will go all 10 weeks to the t,

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    1. Yeah the first few days are a shocker for a few reason. Just keep reminding yourself that you are getting all the nutrition you need on plan…it’s JUST FOOD! 🙂

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    1. I enjoy all there breakfasts, bars, and drinks/shaker bottles. The cream of chicken soup and sloppy joe lettuce wrapped is also one of my favorite lunch options. It will take you some time to figure out what you like. For me, the food tastes good for the first few bites then kinda numbs out and that’s a good thing! I always eat less because you lose interest and you start listening to your true hunger signals!

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  19. Embellish it… Put chopped veggies and an egg white in the omelet, an egg white in the pancake. Add small diced veggies like green pepper, red pepper, red and green onion in the chili and the soups. Fry some zucchini noodles and put them in the soup. Add some spinach to the smoothies or make them in the blender. Add cinnamon or pumpkin spice or chai tea to the vanilla drinks. Most of the stuff isn’t very good just how it comes you have to improve it but stay in the rules. The recipe is that they have or that you can sometimes find online are good too. I have been off for a couple of months but lost 45 pounds. Still cook some of the recipes that we liked like the stuffed peppers and the cabbage rolls just because we liked them.

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  20. Hi there – I’m having a hard time finding the support group on facebook… I’ve searched using the name you provided above but I’m not seeing it 😦

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  21. I just started the program a few days ago. I am not hungry at all. In fact the opposite. I have no hunger. My issue is very disturbing as I don’t like the taste of many of the replacement meals I have tried. I am very confident this program will work with a few modifications? Please help me the success I know I can be. Thanks

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  22. I joined 30/10 in June and have lost 49lbs. I have just a little left to go. I’m so thankful that I ran into this program. I’ve tried everything from Jenny Craig, Weight Watchers, Diet Center, Phentermine, Med Diet and many more, but this is the only one that’s worked. What I like are the audio changes with Patrick Porter, PhD. It is EMDR therapy with the alternating subliminal messages that really works in the reprogramming your eating habits and thoughts about food. I never would have tried this program if I didn’t know a few people that had done it first just based on what I had read. I’m certainly glad I did it.

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  23. Quick question..how is 30/10 food limitations with medical dietary restrictions? ie most healthy considered foods run against my low oxylate diet for kidney stones & then there’s the IBS recommended food items. 16 years ago I did Atkins & lost 60 # but did find it again. One of my DR. recommended 30/10. My biggest prob now is balancing my current diets with hubby’s renal diet requiring 80-90 grams of protein daily plus low phosphorus, sodium & potassium & still maintain his current weight.

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  24. I am going on day 5 tomorrow. I have about 30 pounds to lose & 6 weeks of 30/10 to accomplish. I agree with most of you… they set up the diet so it’s a no brainer, but obviously the struggle is real with cravings! For me it’s that glass of wine and carbs. Would love to join the facebook group, just sent a request!

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    1. Tracy, I see this is an old post but would love some info from you. I too need to lose at least 30 lbs. I’m 5.3. Can you tell me your start weight and height? I’m very curious if I can also do it in around 6 weeks time. ThAnks!
      Langley

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      1. I would imagine that 6-10 weeks would allow you to drop 30 pounds! Make a consultation appointment and see what they say! Every body responds differently so you really won’t know until you try it.

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      2. I’m 5’1″ and have a very stubborn 25ish lb to get rid of. Would they help me with this amount? Would the time and cost be less? So hard to get this fat off…

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      3. Yes it would totally work! The cost varies so much…you would need to make a appointment to meet with them for detailed costs.

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  25. I’d really like to join this group too. I went for my consultation this week and am waiting for a medical test results before I sign up. I really appreciated reading your comments and impressions so far. Thanks!

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  26. Hi guys! I work at the 30/10 location in Renton and I am SO glad to see this blog! I am proud of all of you for your hard work and dedication. Please never hesitate to contact any of our locations if you have questions AND if you’re interested in learning how to cook healthy, nutritional meals at home, the Renton location offers cooking classes every other Saturday. Just call us to sign up. The next one is the 19th and it’s holiday appetizers! Woot woot!

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  27. Hi April!!! This is a great blog!! I too am interested in joining 30/10. I live in Olympia and would have to go to the Tacoma location. Not sure about the weight loss amount I need, I’m guessing 60-70 pounds. I just wonder if the fees are both a registration fee plus the weekly food and supplements? Can you elaborate on that? 3K up front at once is crazy!!! I tried the Ideal Protein plan, similar packaged food items. Wasn’t successful due to other habits I refused to give up but now that all bad habits aside from emotional eating are not an issue, I’m ready to try again. I really didn’t read about anyone feeling the guided therapy and sound waves were helpful in the program??? Any thoughts on that? I really appreciate the honesty of your descriptions and experience. Did I also read that if I say I was referred by a friend the first consult would be discounted?? Thanks for any insures you can share😃
    Shannon

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    1. No registration fee…it’s just the cost of your coaching plus your food and vitamins! It is packaged foods and they are hit and miss based on personal preference. I really enjoy the guided tapes…I even bought them online so I could listen to them at home. And YES if you mention me and my blog it’s discounted or waived! It’s an awesome program and the people are wonderful. If you do commit find our support group on Facebook!

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    2. I joined just after Thanksgiving 2016. I told them that I heard about the program from David Boze on the radio so the consultation fee was $25. The main goal is not so much weight loss as it is fat loss. I was told that I needed to lose 40 lbs of fat. The program would be 14 weeks for approx $3000 which would give me lifetime access to the facility or $1500 for 7 weeks with no access. I chose the full 14 weeks. I could pay the whole amount up front or half upfront and a weekly payment. This is my 5th week and I have lost almost 20 lbs. But I am learning how to eat which is more important.

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  28. I have low attention span so as much as I would love to read the whole thing I just can’t. My question is do they give you all the meals for the day and for the week? As long as I have meals ready and prepped I can do it. I just hate cooking and food is the biggest thing for me.

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    1. Hi Colby! It’s ok…I should have been a novelist 🙂 Breakfast, snacks, and part of lunch are provided by them. Your provide your own greens through the day and your dinner. But dinner on plan is pretty simple: salad, veggies, and protein! Have you gone in for a consultation yet?

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  29. I just signed up today, starting tomorrow. I saw you have a Facebook group too, how do I get accepted into this. Btw, this article was AMAZING they really couldn’t believe I didn’t have many questions when I went in and I told them I felt like I knew everything about their plan from reading your blog! Thanks 🙂

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    1. I think it’s a great way to drop 20! My mom thought 20 was all she had to drop as well and ended up releasing 30 pounds!

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  30. your story has given me hope, I would love your Therapist’s name. I know I will need more support and getting to my real issues.

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  31. Excellent Post. Thank you. I may not actually do the program, but you explained the parts that were important and explained to me why it is that I am hearing my radio show hosts advertising it so heavily.

    They are probably tap dancing about your post though. You give enough information away that folks like me can say … Hey, I can do that…

    I have been studying SCAMs a long time. It turns out that most of the aisles in Target can be considered scams. Starbucks is a scam when you get right down to it.

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    1. I stared the blog because of the lack of info 🙂 It’s a great program and works for many many people! Like every weight loss plan, it first and for most requires honest and dedication and for the ones who have tried it all, this one seems to have all the right things!

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  32. All of this information was so helpful…I was interested in the program and read lots of good reviews but I was suspicious because there was so little information provided on the website. I’m going to schedule a consultation tomorrow.

    April, if you feel comfortable talking about going off the wagon I would love to hear more about that. I know it can happen with any program but it scares me to think about spending so much and not having long term results.

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    1. Hi Kim! Thanks for the positive feedback! And I think I have lost my wagon at this point! I think I will be writing about it soon 🙂

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  33. Hi April,

    I’ve read your entire blog and am grateful that you took the time to put all this information out there.

    I’ve never had a weight problem because I was a jogger and (infrequent) cyclist. I haven’t been able to workout for several months now because of an injury I had. I partially detached my hamstring from its point of attachment at the butt bone. Not only that, I can’t even walk without pain so I’m quite sedentary now. I am scheduled for surgery at the end of June. Then the recovery is 8 weeks in a brace (no weight bearing on the leg) and crutches.

    I’m writing because over the past several months I’ve probably put on 10 pounds and lost what muscle tone I had.

    Can I do 30-10 if my goal is to lose 10-15 pounds? I know my fat % is probably high, too.

    Thank you for your thoughts and suggestions,

    Kelly

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    1. Hi Kelly! I know someone else who had your EXACT injury! Painful but her recovery has been great. YES you can do 30/10 to lose 10-15 pounds on the program! I recommend that you hobble in for a consultation…they will be answer all your specific questions that would pertain to your recovery!

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      1. This is wonderful to know, thank you so much! I’m going to join the closed FB group, too. It’s so motivating to hear how others’ succeed.

        Kelly

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  34. I am super excited after reading this blog to do this. I am up a bit of weight not a ton but feel it as an ER nurse. I am approx 20-25lbs overweight and since my daughter works for 30/10 and I have had several close friends do the program I am turning to it not so much for the weight loss but to improve my overall outlook on food and my relationship with it. I work nights and I notice the older I get the more I want to turn to food when Im stressed or tired. I am hoping to get in this week for my consult as I am told this is a slower week and start the process asap. my daughter gets married in August and I want to feel fantastic!

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    1. All excellent reasons to think hard about 30/10! If you sign up for the program also join our Facebook Support Group!

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  35. Thank you for this Blog! My BF has heard about this on the radio and tells me about it from time to time. I always try to research but it is so hard to get more details. I got lucky tonight!!

    The info you supplied has answered some of my questions and I appreciate it. With 100lbs to remove the more I do I can have about different options the better chance of making the right choice for me.

    Curious, how has the maintenance been going for you?

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    1. Hi Renee! That was EXACTLY why I started this blog! When I was doing my research there was not a lot of information out there.

      Maintenance was going great…then not great. It has nothing to do with 30/10 or the support they provide. It has everything to do with me and my addiction. I know of so many people who maintain on breaks and after they have released all their weight. Really- it’s a low carb life in that phase and it is very easy to follow! Have you been in for a consultation yet? If not I would recommend that you take that step after you have compiled all your questions!

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