Red Smoothie Detox Factor By Liz Swann Miller Review:
Wassup Health Fanatics!
On today’s episode of Decimating Useless Weight Loss Products, I’m going to be going through the Red Smoothie Detox Factor by Lizz Swann Miller. Liz makes a pretty bold statement by claiming that the Red Smoothie Detox Factor will help you to achieve “Rapid Weight Loss, Limitless Energy and Vibrant Health.”
But I beg to differ.
In this review, I’m going to show you exactly why you shouldn’t waste your money on this overpriced, typical weight loss crash diet. And don’t worry – I won’t just talk a bunch of smack with nothing to back it up. I’ll provide detailed evidence, screenshots, and all of that legitimate jazz to show you exactly why this product is a waste of your time and money.
I’ve got a little treat for you as well. Wait till you see the first point that I make about this fluff-filled weight loss product.
Just so you know, I’m not an affiliate for the Red Smoothie Detox Factor
I don’t think I’ll ever want to associate myself with any crash diet that claims to achieve fast results in anything less than 3-4 weeks. I’ve lost over 70 pounds myself, so I understand how much effort it takes to achieve permanent weight loss. Once again, I’m just another guy on the internet that happens to have a background in the health and fitness industry. I’m here to help you buy affordable, valuable weight loss products that will ACTUALLY help you to lose weight and improve the quality of your health.
The Yes-Or-No Verdict On The Red Smoothie Detox Factor
If you’re strapped for time and you just want a straight answer, here it is: DON’T BUY THIS PRODUCT.
Simple enough? The Red Smoothie Detox Factor is just like the last 3 weight loss products that apparently help you to lose lots of weight in a short amount of time. It’s filled with fluffed up information, upsells, and information that you could easily find on the internet for free. Click here for our free weight loss training guide.
Who The Heck Is Liz Swann Miller?
To begin with, I did a little background check on the product and ol’ Liz Swann Miller. It would be an understatement to say that I found some preeeetty interesting information on this gal.
It turns out that Liz Swann Miller might not even be a real person. Or at least, this isn’t her true identity.
Check out these next few screenshots. According to her photos, this is what she looks like.
Here’s a screenshot from her Amazon profile page.
Aaand one more from her sales page.
Looks like the same gal, right?
Well apparently miss Liz Swann Miller is a bit of a model as well. Because her photo literally pops up as a stock image on Shutter.com.
She actually has a whole array of stock photos that you can purchase and use for whatever purpose you desire. Now unless Liz Swann Miller does some stock image modelling as her side hustle, this draws me to the conclusion that the face of Liz Swann Miller actually isn’t even her. I’m guessing that the person who created this product just picked a random name and slapped a stock image to go along with it.
Oh boy, what a way to begin a review.
There’s General B.S. Information Scattered Throughout The Product
I wholeheartedly hate any weight loss product that claims to achieve quick results in a short amount of time. From what I’ve seen, the majority of people who try to lose weight fail to do so because they try something new for 2-3 weeks expecting fast results, then a month later they’re back to their old routines.
Check out this excerpt from the product.
“A diet is temporary. A lifestyle change is something that lasts forever. With this fourteen-day cleanse, you set the stage for success…”
Really? You think it takes fourteen days to make a COMPLETE lifestyle change? This claim is literally stupid as hell for 2 reasons:
- To think that you can make a complete lifestyle change in fourteen days is downright stupid. Even science says it takes approximately 21 days to form a habit.
- Even if it WAS possible, how many people will actually adhere to the diet 100% without slipping up? Very few. You can’t expect to go from an unhealthy, overweight person and expect to wake up the next morning with the exact same habits of a health fanatic.
And that’s just the first B.S. point.
The second B.S. point is that she’s making statements which reinforce the theory that a body filled with toxins is incapable of losing weight. This is supposed to be a weight loss product, and not once in the book did she mention the most important weight loss principle which is to be in a caloric deficit.
Now I’m a huge advocate for eating foods that are nutrient dense and aid your body at a cellular level.
But news flash Liz, there have been people who have lost weight eating friggen Mcdonalds. Why is this possible? Because they were in a caloric deficit. Even if you were to eat the healthiest foods in the world; if you were in a caloric surplus while eating them, you would still gain weight.
Yes, it’s important to have a healthy body that’s clean from toxins and all that jazz. But to lose weight, you need to be in a caloric deficit. This is the exact reason as to why people follow the If It Fits Your Macros diet; because they can fit pizza, ice cream, and cake into their diet and still lose weight as long as they’re in a caloric deficit.
Upsells Through The Roof
What a surprise, Upsells on Upsells on even more Upsells. Just to warn you – there’s going to be a lot of screenshots here for proof.
I went through the sales page and what did I find… an Upsell!
I managed to conquer this beast of an Upsell and what did I find on the next page… a second Upsell!
I thought that would have been the last one, but nope – ol’ miss Liz has perfected her Upselling ability.
And remember, this is just on the sales page. I went through the product and found even more Upsells and affiliate links scattered throughout the product. Here are 4 pages solely dedicated to Athletic Greens.
And then a bunch of random ingredients that she has added in to squeeze as much money out of you as possible.
And just to top it off, she’s added in links to her favorite blenders. What a pal!
All of these upsells just emphasized the fact that she’s here for my money, not for my (or your) weight loss journey.
Red Smoothie Detox Factor Final Rating: D+
Once again I’ve found another weight loss product that’s filled with free information that you could find on the internet (click here if you want some free, no-fluff weight loss information).
To top it off, she’s claiming that the Red Smoothie Detox Factor will help you to lose weight, and yet she hasn’t even included any points about being in a caloric deficit. What a disgrace.
Have Any Questions?
Comment below if you’ve got any questions or you want to know any more information on this useless weight loss product. I’m keen to get some banter going!