Rush Limbaugh Diet Quick Weight Loss Center – Did Rush Limbaugh’s Diet with QWLC (Quick Weight Loss Center) Include Diet Pills or Just Eating Right? And Exactly How Much is the Price and Cost of the Limbaugh Diet Plan and Phases?
Rush Limbaugh must’ve just announced some massive or minor weight loss using the Quick Weight Loss Centers’ diet — because everybody and their mother is lighting up Google Trends with “Rush Limbaugh diet” and “Quick Weight Loss Center” and QWLC and more info about wanting recipes and such.
Update: Wow, yes, Rush Limbaugh actually has lost 90 pounds thus far on the Quick Weight Loss Centers’ diet — nearly 1 pound per day — in less than 6 months. Scary, but makes you want to know more about Rush Limbaugh’s diet and what exactly appetite suppressant pills they are using at QWLC among all the pills they sell (see below links) — but I’m not recommending this diet to anyone because that rapid weight loss sounds dangerous to me! Stay safe, people please…
From the Quick Weight Loss Center diet’s message boards, I see that not only has Rush Limbaugh had success at one of the centers — I read that they are spreading thru Florida and Texas — but lots of other people left testimonies saying they’ve lost 25 pounds and gained it back — or 60 pounds (one woman’s mother-in-law who’s been on QWLC for 7 months) and kept it off.
What is the Exact Quick Weight Loss Center Diet Plan’s Phases — and How Much Does it Cost?
That’s what most people complain about, the cost of the Quick Weight Loss Center diet — with the one-month combo of dietary aids going for $133 here on QWLC’s Houston website.
And what’s in these pills?
One person on the message boards of QWLC said they used to have dieters on Phen Phen, and when that got banned, they changed to Phen Pro — so he wondered what new appetite suppressant pill they were using.
I scanned through some of the ingredients in the pills, trouble is, I don’t know what the L-tyrosine is that some of them contain. Hopefully it’s safe.
And I don’t like the fact that one other blogged who listened to Rush Limbaugh said that Rush said you don’t need to exercise to lose weight. You don’t but it can be a healthy factor if doctored-approved for most individuals.
And what’s up with the little green apples and so much water drinking?
Don’t get me wrong — I drink water like a fish. I probably at least get the 80 – 100 oz per day that the Quick Weight Loss Center message board folks are chatting about.
But not everyone can handle this much water.
One person said if you’re gonna drink that much water — then limit your salt intake.
That may be a great start. But the great doctors at the Cleveland Clinic who treated by husband’s enlarged heart said that not everyone needs to drink even 8 glasses of water daily. That’s too much for some people with heart conditions. So they limit water intake.
So don’t just go downing gallons of water willy-nilly.
And why are people taking about eating only green foods like apples some days, thru some plan phases. I’m reading about maintenance and all that, and I’m guessing the diet plan they email you costs additional money beyond the supplements?