What You Should Know
The Dietwatch website is similar to Diet.com in that the dieter is supposed to sign up and participate in an online community of others who are trying to lose weight. The website offers dieting information and fitness information. There are four diet plans included on the official website along with several fitness tools and a community of users supporting the dieting process.
List of Ingredients
Information on dieting and exercise.
There are three main sections of the Dietwatch website. These are the diet plans, fitness plans and community. The diet plans listed on the website are the No Restrictions Plan, Reduced Carb Plan, Mediterranean Plan and Vegetarian Plan. The fitness portion of the website includes more tools that tips. The fitness tools available include calorie trackers and a nutrition planner.
From the front page of the website, the information provided is interesting and supportive. However, when the dieter hits the sign up page, they are faced with a cost for joining the website. The dieter can choose to pay $38.87 every four months or $77.00 a year to take part in the Dietwatch program. If the Dietwatch website included some new information, this would be a bargain, but information on all the diet plans and the fitness tools can be found at other websites for free. Looking further into the website, none of the links to the diets or the tools will work unless the dieter pays the weekly or yearly fee.
- The website is professional and full of good information.
- Communities and support can aid in the weight loss effort.
- There is no free information on the website.
- The consumer must pay to receive any information on the diets or to use the fitness tools.
- The community cannot even be accessed without payment.
- There is no option to enroll for a free trial.
- The tips on the website can be found free on the Internet.
We will not support a website that offers nothing to the dieter without having to pay. This website is all about capturing the attention of the dieter and getting them to pay for a website. The red flag is in the cost and the payment options. The dieter who gets excited may join for a month and then cancel when they lose excitement. But, thanks to the payment options, the dieter must pay for a minimum of four months up front.
The Dietwatch website does not mention fat burners or appetite suppressants which is something we tend to support. Proven ingredients in an effective weight loss supplement is a good choice and available complete with free information, free clinical trial support and a free trial of the supplement.