One Week

The One Week diet system is not your typical diet that you find on the market today. There is no complex meal plans or thick book of instructions that you must adhere to in order to allow the program to work. This diet is not targeted at the strictly severely overweight and claims to help everyone that has a few pounds to lose or a lot of weight to shed.


In general, One Week is a liquid that you mix with water and consume in the morning and at lunch. It is intended to replace one of those two meals. However it does provide a list of suggested snacks if your hunger gets the best of you. It is also suggested that you incorporate a calorie controlled diet of about 1000 calories and a 20 minute daily workout to improve results.

What One Week is Not:

  • Prescription diet drug.
  • Starvation diet.
  • Fad diet.
  • All protein menu.
  • Low carb diet.
  • Appetite suppressant.

What One Week Is:

  • Liquid meal replacement.
  • Digestive cleanse.
  • 100% natural.
  • Energy booster.
  • Weight loss support.


While the One Week diet system boasts that it is packed with vitamins, amino acids, and electrolytes, there are no apparent clinical studies or medical backing to support its claims. If you attempt to determine the key ingredients, you will find that information is vague at best.

When it comes to your health, there is no room for guesswork. You must know what you are putting into your body. While the cleansing effects seem to be desirable, it is always wise to know what ingredients are causing that effect. Always research any diet or supplements that you consider before consuming them. You only have one body, so you must protect it.

One Comment to “One Week”

Emma Foord (October 25th, 2009)

I was always skeptical about pills and potions to help me lose weight, but after seeing this one on TV I decided to give it a try. I have just completed the One Week program and I am amazed with the results. It was very easy to take and had no side effects.

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