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  1. I would do the 10 week program, but I can't find pricing, and in your questionnaire, you have this part that says, "are you a hell yes type of person? Will you be willing to invest in yourself" or something. Like yes, I am, but no matter how rich you are, you'd always like to know the price of something before you get into it. Is there information about pricing that I'm just not seeing?

  2. I feel like 1 and 2 should be explained more in depth. Sadly, in today's society, people do not know how to eat right. From my experience, as well as what I've learn from others is that the intuitive eating aspect of a diet should not be so strictly followed. I truly believe that the best way to gain success in long term weight loss is to eat a meal consisted of whole plant foods, rich in all the essential nutrients. The hardest thing for most people is knowing how much to eat. I have found that so many are struggling because they are focused on the "calorie" intake that many diet programs are suggesting, however they are almost never accurate because each person is unique in how their body functions, as well as their activity level. Long story short, the secret to lose weight is to follow a whole food plant-based diet, relatively low fat, and to eat until you feel satiated, but not still hungry, and not stuffed either. It takes time to figure out what and also how much food your body needs.