What Our Members Say About Us

tstmnls_pic-magen
Meagan Bailey

I highly recommend this program
because of the effectiveness over the long
term, the ease, and support!…”

tstmnls_pic-blessingcatcher4
blessingcatcher4

I had my one year anniversary with TDC
this weekend! Yippee!!
I have only 5 more to go!!…”

tstmnls_pic-solo
solo2453

“I lost 66lbs & managed to maintain
my weight at around 160lbs…
it really works so have faith in it…”

tstmnls_pic-kelly
Kelly

“My family is loving the food & I’m BLOWN
away these are foods I can eat freely.
This is the best plan I’ve ever found … ”

tstmnls_pic-lisa
Lisa Ryan

“I believe the way I am eating now has
helped balance my hormones.
I look and feel so much healthier…”

tstmnls_pic-mannysan
Mannysan

This diet program certainly has helped
me a lot. I am retired, so I can follow the
diet plan according to my menu.”

Get Our Free Newsletter
Recipes, Diet & Health Tips and More
By Signing Up I agree to Terms & Conditions
Chocolate. Black chocolate. A few cubes of black chocolate with mint leaves. Chocolate slabs spilled from grated chockolate powder.

Chocolate: Good for Your Mind, Body, and Heart

True, chocolate has a lot of calories and fat – but it also has many nutritional benefits.
For example, it has been linked in studies to improved mood and energy and to contribute to a healthier heart.
It is no accident that chocolate has long been used to provide comfort to both body and soul!

Celiac-Gluten-Free-Dietsmaller1-223x148

How to Naturally Detox Yourself…for Good

If you’re carrying around a few (or more than a few) more pounds than are good for you, you may wonder if you should give a detox diet a try.
After all, they look very attractive. Just drink some gorgeous juice and lose up to 21 pounds in 21 days, as one famous detox diet promises…

A home cooking kitchen scene with an apron wearing mother in the background and 2 young kids helping out in the foreground. Holding up dough covered hands to the viewer. Kitchen is a bit of a mess.

The Benefits of Home Cooking

Once upon a time there was only one way to make a meal- people had to get together and make it! Families gathered to eat it and the family unit was bound together around the table.
Times have changed, society has changed and our approach to food has changed- but not necessarily for the better.

Who's Losing Weight?

watch-presentation-floating-image