Information on Nutrimost success rates can be found online on the Nutrimost website. Online on personal blogs by consumers who have participated in the system also offer success stories, including Twisted Alice and Hatter and Lauren Lad.
It is important to point out that no third-party website reviews or licensed medical information is available for the Nutrimost system. All reviews and program information are available only through the brand and consumer reports. Consumers have had mixed reviews on online forums, such as Google and Amazon. Many consumers claim the diet did not deliver on its promises. WebMD includes the Nutrimost system in an article on diet scams, pointing out that it is another unhealthy way to try and lose weight. The system promotes unhealthy eating habits that are ineffective at best and dangerous at worst.
Like many diet systems available online to consumers, this plan is not regulated by the FDA. Without government oversight of the program, the manufacturers are under no obligation to provide consumers with actual medical facts. It is important to consider the risks when embarking on a dieting plan such as this one, and the FDA urges consumers to use common sense when evaluating such programs. A general rule of thumb is that if a program sounds too good to be true, then it probably is.