What’s the use of the Diet Doctor membership?

What is the most important reason that people sign up as Diet Doctor members? We asked our members and got 1,400 answers. This is what people replied:

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As you can see, the top four reasons why people become members are:

  1. To lose weight,
  2. To improve your health,
  3. To support the Diet Doctor cause and
  4. To reverse diabetes.

Here’s how the membership helps you with these things:

1. Lose weight

Two things at the membership site help you lose weight – meal plans and videos.

The meal plans are a practical tool that shows how we would do a well-formulated low-carb diet to lose weight, and the videos provide the science behind weight loss.

Or you can check out our new meal planner (free trial).

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If you’re interested, here are our top videos about losing weight on low carb:

  • My success story with Kenneth Russell
  • My success story with Chuck Hicks
  • MEMBERS ONLY
    How to motivate your patients

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2. Improve your health

Eating low carb is an excellent way to improve one’s health – and once again, we offer many videos on the topic as well as simple meal plans to make the transition to a low-carb diet as smooth as possible. Here are our top videos about health:

  • My success story with Chuck Hicks
  • Did the introduction of the dietary guidelines start the obesity epidemic?
  • Can low carb make it fun to be a doctor?

3. Support the Diet Doctor cause

We want to help people everywhere to revolutionize their health – and are very glad that people want to support our cause by becoming members. Here’s a video explaining what it’s all about:

You can become a member here and get immediate access to our meal planner service, our 190+ low-carb TV videos and an ask the experts section.

4. Reverse diabetes

Diabetes is a disease characterized by excessive amounts of sugar in the body – so an effective strategy to improve the disease is to cut out that sugar from one’s diet and go low carb!

Once again, the delicious meal plans are there to help you with practical implementation and the videos to explain why it works.

Feel free to check out our new meal planner (free trial).

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Here are our top videos about diabetes:

  • My low-carb story with Marc Gossange
  • My success story with Kenneth Russell
  • MEMBERS ONLY
    Part 8 of Dr. Jason Fung's diabetes course

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Are there any other reasons why you would become a member at Diet Doctor? Please comment in the section below.

Try the membership

Do you want more help with making low carb simple? Diet Doctor is free of ads, products for sale, and sponsorships. Instead, we’re 100% funded by the people through our optional membership.

Do you want to get access to our meal planner service, check out our 190+ low-carb TV videos and ask our experts your questions? Try the membership (free for 30 days).

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9 comments

  1. Ruby Biehl
    I cannot find how much the membership is? All it does is offer a free trial membership then what. I want to know what I’m signing up for after the free trial tha you automatically bill?
    Reply: #2
  2. Peter Biörck Team Diet Doctor
    Hi Ruby!

    It's $9. If you cancel before end of first month you will not be billed.

    More reading here:
    https://www.dietdoctor.com/new-member

    I cannot find how much the membership is? All it does is offer a free trial membership then what. I want to know what I’m signing up for after the free trial tha you automatically bill?

  3. Bethany Elam
    Please make the membership price more visible e.g. add it to the page that encourages sign up to a free trial. This comment is the only place I've seen where you actually say how much the monthly cost is, and I found it via Google, not through your own website. I intend this and constructive useful feedback, because otherwise I love what you do! Not being transparent about this affects my trust in your website, and discourages me from signing up to the free trial.
  4. Jeff H.
    Hiding the membership cost raises my scam alert. If. You are legitimate, you need to be transparent.
    Reply: #5
  5. Kerry Merritt Team Diet Doctor

    Hiding the membership cost raises my scam alert. If. You are legitimate, you need to be transparent.

    Hi, Jeff! The membership prices are listed on the member signup page. https://www.dietdoctor.com/new-member

  6. Chad
    I agree with the previous comments. The price should be displayed. I've bought and read Dr Fung's book and I'm interested in this membership. I know Kerry said the prices are listed on the member signup page, however, they are not there..
    Reply: #8
  7. Birgit
    When I joined it offered pretty much what I was looking for.
    It offered a credible mix of opinions and did not try to convince the visitor of any universal truth.
    What is getting better though is the recipes, but there is still room for improvement as the recipe that can be made without modification is still the exception. Also there are some very helpful ingredients that are never used nor described.
    Could you add a section for members to describe additional ingredients for recipes?
    Today you too frequently agree on universal truths like the proponents of mainstream diet advisors do.
    It seems that this is necessary to increase your value to the majority of people, otherwise you wouldn't do it.
    For me it does the exact opposite.
    Reply: #9
  8. Crystal Pullen Team Diet Doctor

    I agree with the previous comments. The price should be displayed. I've bought and read Dr Fung's book and I'm interested in this membership. I know Kerry said the prices are listed on the member signup page, however, they are not there..

    The prices are posted when you click the Start Free Trial button.

  9. Crystal Pullen Team Diet Doctor

    When I joined it offered pretty much what I was looking for.
    It offered a credible mix of opinions and did not try to convince the visitor of any universal truth.
    What is getting better though is the recipes, but there is still room for improvement as the recipe that can be made without modification is still the exception. Also there are some very helpful ingredients that are never used nor described.
    Could you add a section for members to describe additional ingredients for recipes?
    Today you too frequently agree on universal truths like the proponents of mainstream diet advisors do.
    It seems that this is necessary to increase your value to the majority of people, otherwise you wouldn't do it.
    For me it does the exact opposite.

    Brigit, thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts. I passed your feedback along to our team.

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