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Newest Review: ... the only one in my household and I am not made of money so I change the plan to suit my lifestyle. You can swap meals as you please and even better you can swap individual ingredients. I think why I like it so much is because it automatically adds up the calories, protein, carbs and fat so you can make changes to your food to ensure you meet the recommended guidelines. Once your menu is all ... more
Customer tescodiets.com Reviews (8)
by Ian - written on 28/01/13
I've just started tesco diets and I am sure it's not right as I am now eating more , 99.2g of oats 1 banana honey sesame seeds just for breakfast :-/ . The family menu is a joke change from 1 to 2 and it doubles it and so on can u imagine a curry with 4 big cans of tomatoes and 10 garlic cloves how can that be right ,
by - written on 18/01/11 (Very useful, 78 readings)
I joined Tesco diets about 6 weeks ago. In that time (bearing in mind Christmas and New Year!) I have lost 9lbs! It was really easy to enrol and I liked that it gave you a choice of what kind of diet plan you wished to follow. I decided to choose the light choices which enabled me to still keep my favourite foods. At the time I also opted in for the fitness and recipe programme as an addition. Website The website itself is really easy and user friendly. You are able to track your process and follow it on a graph. It also make you set targets and goals so it gives you something to aim for. The website itself also has a lot of additional resources such as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/06/10
To a point I agree with existing reviews and Tesco diets has many good points: value for money, the way in which calorie counting is done for you - and any food added or removed (by their handy tools) immediately changes the total. The telephone helpline is good and friendly. However the range of food is limited by the apparent desire to give endless lists of pr-prepared or cooked food from supermarkets, and the ommissions are staring. I can't guarantee that some of these items are not "hidden away" but I can for example find no venison (a low calorie and healthy meat) nor smoked salmon.Also the cooking recipes are dire - no steaming or steam/frying and overuse of the oven. 6 out of 10 is my rating.
by - written on 08/09/09 (Very useful, 123 readings)
I joined Tesco diets last year, and was with them for 9 months and lost 3.5 stones. It cost £59.90 to sign up for 6 months, but by signing up through topcashback.co.uk I got £12 back (this may have altered so worth checking if interested in joining). Within the private of your own home you advise your height and weight, Tescos advise you of your BMI and what your ideal weight and BMI should be. You also advise the sort of life you lead i.e. sedentary, small amounts of exercise etc - this helps them to outline the best diet for you. You can opt what day to start your diet on, giving yourself a day or two to prepare for the journey, however from the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/08/09 (Very useful, 89 readings)
My overall verdict on Tescodiets.com after 5 weeks has been that it has been an absolute godsend - its been the kick sart that I so badly needed after ballooning over the last couple of years, despite starting diets that invariably lasted just a few days before my willpower was exhausted. The things that I like about Tesco diets are: * It is so easy to do - you get all the benefits and more of a standard slimming group such as the weigh in, diet plan, nutritional advice etc. without having to step out of your house. However you can still have the personal touch if you wish, as they provide you with a mentor who replies to your feedback after your weigh ... Read the complete review