Why Weightloss Direct:
We believe that the protocols, personalization and the support of the Weight Loss Direct program is unsurpassed. To demonstrate the efficacy of the weight loss direct program we commissioned both an International Review Board approved Blinded Randomized Controlled Trial and a Clinical Trial Case Study.
The chart below is an explanation of the difference of the 2 types of Clinical Trials that were done for the Weight Loss Direct Program with the Advantages and Disadvantages listed.
BLINDED RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
- Volunteers Are PAID
- Cannot be a “personalized program”
- Researchers question participants and collect data
- Participant guidance is limited
- Participants do not know if they are in the active weight loss group or the controlled weight loss group
- Size of the Trial – 116 Participants were accepted into the trial, only half of which were in the active group. Of those 58 in the active group, ____ completed the trial.
- Study Protocols and Parameters were approved by the international review board and either meet or exceed the FTC guidelines and requirements for a clinical trial
THIS CLINICAL TRIAL CASE STUDY
- Participants paid for the service
- Participants received a “personalized program” based on their history, health challenges and goals
- Coaches both gather information and actively intervene to help the participant
- Participants have many tools to help guide them
- Participants all know that they are in an active weight loss group and their coach is intervening on their behalf to optimize their weight loss results
- Study Protocols and Parameters were not approved by the international review board for they do not meet the guidelines and requirements of the IRB or the FTC for a clinical trial