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A Summer Weight Loss Program That’s Free

Posted By on Thu, May 18, 2017 at 9:39 AM

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Diet Center
at 25 Rahling Circle in West Little Rock is offering a no strings attached free weight loss program for the month of June. It’s for new clients only and offers access to Diet Center’s diet programs, education and weight counseling for a full month. There is no contract or obligation to continue after June. Owner Tara Doyle says her best “contract” is the results her clients see after just a week on her program. Customers lose weight quickly on the Center’s diet and keep it off with a lifestyle-changing education and counseling program.

Diet Center offers several weight loss programs depending on the client’s goals. It can be as simple as a list of portion controlled foods one buys at the grocery store to Diet Center pre-prepared meals or meal supplements. Regardless, the counseling and support one gets from Tara is an important part of what makes your Diet Center weight loss program work. Think of her as sort of a private trainer who helps keep you motivated and focused on your weight loss goals.

For more information call Tara at 821-5673 or email her at dietcenterwest@gmail.com. Prepared meals and supplements are not included in the free offer but counseling from Tara, along with unlimited visits and check-ins are. Summer’s here!


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