8 Most Expensive Diets Which Can Be Afforded by Very Rich People Only

Losing weight is a pretty difficult task as a person has to ensure that he lives a disciplined life, eats properly and work-out regularly. The biggest obstacle in the path of weight loss journey is to experience and get rid of the temptation of all those food items which a person needs to avoid.

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Planning a healthy diet and sticking to it is very necessary and a person needs to research a lot in order to understand what type of diet will suit him and will be beneficial for him. Here is a list of some diet programs which may be helpful to a person in losing weight but they are quite expensive.

1 Jenny Craig

This American weight loss and weight management company has more than 700 centres in different parts of the world such as New Zealand, Canada, America and Australia. A personal consultant is provided to the dieter after he signs for a 12 week, 12 month or 2 years program.

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Cost

The signing fee is $100, while $20 is monthly membership fee and the dieter needs to pay $150 for food per week. The dieter will be needed to eat six times in a day and the company will be providing all these diets. However, the dieter also needs to have a healthy snack which has to be cooked by the dieter himself or by his family.

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2Atkins diet

The Atkins diet become famous after the success of a book which was written by physician Dr. Robert C Atkins. It is a low-carb diet which is advised if a person wants to lose weight. This process is divided into four levels and a person needs to plan according to his requirements.

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Cost

On an average, $100 is what a person spends on the diet but this expenditure can increase to a great extent if the dieter starts buying more costly prepackaged meals. This type of diet not only helps in weight-loss but also in maintaining blood sugar.

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