Erotic Weight Loss System Review
What’s Up My Health Fanatic Fam!
It’s ya boy Danyon Togia back in the HealthVI hiz-house, and I’m about to hit you with another dose of extreme radical honesty. Today, I’ll be reviewing the Erotic Weight Loss System by Olivia Strait. Olivia has made some pretty outlandish claims on her sales page – she says that there’s one tip in particular that she used to lose stacks of weight; claiming that in just one night, her jeans began to loosen and her cellulite started to fade (sounds like a load of B.S. to me). She says that the Erotic Weight Loss System will help you to reduce your body fat levels whilst boosting your energy dramatically. Not only that, but you’ll be outstandingly healthy, turning your body into a 24-hour metabolic machine, and remove any toxins that you may have. Lastly, she says that this can all be accomplished without any long, repetitive, strenuous workouts and also without any “mail order meals.”
Let’s see if Oliva Strait’s product can back up all the dank health claims that she’s made.
FYI – HealthVI Isn’t Affiliated With The Erotic Weight Loss System Or Oliva Strait
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With that outta’ the way, let’s move into the review.
Erotic Weight Loss System Review In A Nutshell
If you can’t be bothered reading the whole review, I’ve written up a little review summary so you can get the gist of the product and be on your way:
Erotic Weight Loss System is just another overpriced health product that contains a ton of free information at a price. It’s got stacks of motivational fluff, it contains random pieces of info that I like to call “here-and-there” information, and it also has a solid 10 pages of word-for-word repeated content from another product I’ve reviewed called the 3 Week Diet (which was also terrible). It contains no video content to support the points being conveyed, it’s overpriced, and for that reason…
Your time and money are better invested elsewhere.
Erotic Weight Loss System’s Upsells
There was only one upsell and downsell on offer after the purchase of the initial product. It’s called the “Erotic Weight Loss System Accelerator Program,” and looks to be just a ton of video content containing free information that you could easily find on Youtube.
After skipping the upsell and downsell, I was expecting to be taken to a download page where I could access the product, but instead, I was just sent an email with a few kind words from Olivia and a download link for the product. I opened it up, got stuck in, and found a few points worth mentioning about the Erotic Weight Loss System…
It Contains Tons Of Motivational Fluff
Before we jump into this point – I want you to know that I’m a huge fan of “motivational” material. Not necessarily those cheesy Facebook inspiration quotes (if you love them, that’s completely fine, it’s just not my thing), but love people like Tony Robbins, Brian Tracy, and all the other personal development leaders who condition your mind to want better for yourself.
However, this is a weight loss program, not a personal development course; every time I see information like this, it takes away from the content of what it SHOULD be about which is valuable weight loss information. Here are a few screenshots of what I’m talking about…
Now, I’m not a scientist, but I’ve come to an understanding that the brain can only process a certain amount of information at a time. For this reason, it’s best to have straightforward weight loss information in a weight loss product, rather than having tons of “YOU CAN DO IT” phrases. On top of this feel-good stuff, Erotic Weight Loss System contains a ton of information which I like to call…
Erotic Weight Loss System contains tons of here-and-there material. Here and there material is something that I like to call little nuggets of information being chucked into a pot willy-nilly. Imagine grabbing 10 random articles from a health site like authoritynutrition.com. Separately, they’re really entertaining articles with great educational information. But you can’t chuck ten random health articles together and call it a weight loss program. This is essentially what the Erotic Weight Loss System is – check out the following screenshot to have a geeze at their Table of Contents page.
It’s like Olivia Straight was writing this and thought to herself “A chapter on water would work well… Oh, and how about a chapter on Soda!… and we’ll chuck in a little bit about dairy over heeeereee… High fiber snacks on page 32… and a little section about exercise at the end.”
It’s not methodical, strategic, or in any way organized in a fashion that’ll help the reader digest the information as smooth as possible. It’s just a ton of information chucked into a blender with the label “Erotic Weight Loss System”, and sold for $37.
Lastly – It Contains Word-For-Word Content From The 3 Week Diet
The 3 Week Diet is a product from Wesley Virgin that straight up sucked. Whilst I was reading through the Erotic Weight Loss System, I noticed a chapter that seemed extremely familiar to a chapter from Wes’ product. After comparing the two, I realized that the two are EXACTLY the same – that is, word for word identical.
This goes on for about 10 or so pages, in hopes that you’ll buy a product called Daily Energy, which I’m sure both Olivia and Wes are only promoting so they can get an affiliate commission for. It’s a little bit suspicious, don’t you think? Having roughly ten pages of exactly the same content from a completely different weight loss product. That’s just plain old scammy if you ask me.
Erotic Weight Loss System Final Rating: D
Even though some of the chapters contained relatively reliable information, it’s still not a weight loss product that I’d recommend to my Health Fanatic family, and for a few reasons:
- It contains word-for-word repeated content from a different weight loss product
- The information is scattered as hell with no organization or presentable layout whatsoever
- It’s too expensive for what it’s offering; $37 bucks for a bunch of random health information
- It contains no video content whatsoever to support the points being conveyed
For these reasons, you should stay away from Olivia Strait’s product.
Your time and money are better invested elsewhere.
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