"What you don't get with The Micro Diet is what you don't want"
Executive chef loses 93 pounds
Executive chef Bill McLeish, of Atlanta, Georgia lost 93 pounds on The Micro Diet—and kept it off for a year.
"After 20 years in the food industry, I realized my health was at risk. I was surrounded by food... and my own physique was proof of the pudding. The Micro Diet has given me more years to live."
Registered nurse's long-term success
Registered Nurse Deborah Sozzani dropped 50 pounds on The Micro Diet. Deborah of Oceanside, California went from 175 pounds to 125 pounds—and kept if off for two years.
"I have been overweight all my adult life and I have tried all kinds of programs. Nothing worked. I was convinced I was supposed to be fat until my mother gave me The Micro Diet. I've been 50 pounds lighter and 10 dress sizes smaller for two years now and I couldn't be happier."
"I feel like a recycled teenager."
Muff Juber of Renton Washington says, "At 267 pounds and standing only 5' 3", a 60 inch measuring tape was at least three inches short of going around my hips—no wonder I didn't have a very good opinion of myself before The Micro Diet. Now 127 pounds lighter and 103 inches smaller, I no longer fear the mirror. My doctor is so impressed with my results, and I've kept the weight off for over a year now, thanks to The Micro Diet. I feel like a recycled teenager!"
100 lbs winner
Marion Ward of Poquoson, Virginia who lost 100 lbs, says, "I feel like such a completely different person. The Micro Diet plan was simple and effective."
Linda Guill, who got rid of 109 lbs, says, "To say The Micro Diet has changed my life would be a gross understatement... it saved my life!!!"
Sandy Meadows of Carbon Hill, Alabama says, "I've tried just about every other diet there is—and none of them worked except The Micro Diet. Now that I've lost 53 lbs I get noticed. When I go shopping I get doors opened for me, whistles, and men saying 'ji beautiful'... even when I am with my husband."
A tale of three champions
Losing excess weight can be a winning experience in more ways than one.
Miss United Kingdom Mandy Shires would not have won that coveted title or gone on to be runner-up in the Miss World event if she had not shed 26 pounds with the help of The Micro Diet—and regained her shapely 36-24-36 figure.
Mrs. USA contest runner-up Debbie Andreason first clinched the Mrs. Idaho title after losing 20 pounds—thanks to The Micro Diet. Debbie was also voted the most photogenic contestant in the Mrs. USA beauty pageant.
And Illinois homemaker Patti Carlson was even more thrilled with the title she won—Micro Dieter of the Year. She became one of the first American holders of this award with a dramatic weight loss of 11 pounds. Says Patti, "I'm thrilled to say I've kept my weight off for over four years—even after having my second child. This whole experience has been just fantastic! I can't believe the difference in people's attitudes toward me. It is truly amazing how positively people treat you when you are slim."