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Slim 4 Life

Thursday, June 13, 2013

I have been hearing a lot of radio ads for a company called Slim 4 Life. I am located in Dallas, so I don't know where else the commercials are playing, but I know they have locations in other states (Kansas, Missouri, etc.) Anyway, I decided to check out their website and signed up for a free consultation. What have I got to lose? WEIGHT!

I am curious - are there any Spark Friends out there who know anything about Slim 4 Life? What can you tell me?

Thanks - I appreciate the feedback!
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  • KK1967
    I just started slim for life. I am in Plano. No doubt it works but it is very expensive for all of the supplements. I have also been gluten free for a year and can only use a small number of their "snacks". I also have also avoided a lot of soy and all artificial sweetners but decided since I had made the financial commitment I would do it short term and lose the weigh then detox. Now my joints are all inflamed and I can barely walk. Just started this morning after adding in all of the required elements after the "prep phase".Not the centers fault but there are so many chemical additives to all of their stuff, it is crazy. And they do not give money back for unopened products.

    If you are interested in having a Plano person for support feel free to email me. Always on the lookout for support buddies!


    1631 days ago
    I would be very wary of places like this. You can learn to eat well on here and other websites for free. I would begin by checking the Better Business Bureau to see if there are any complaints.
    1709 days ago
  • ICEANGEL0531
    I have never heard of Slim 4 Life but do allot of research before putting out any $$$$. The best way to be slim for life is by changing bad dietary habits for good ones + physical activity.
    1710 days ago
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