The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star is accused of promoting starvation and distorted eating amid other shady business practices.
“For one, I wanted to say I love All In. I am so incredibly proud of the over 15,000 lives we have helped changed,” Teddi said an Instagram video on Tuesday, September 15. “I 100 percent feel confident in the fact that we let you know before signing up exactly what the program entails. If it’s something that you want to do and you want us to hold you accountable to your goals, we are there to do that for you. If it’s not something you want to sign up for, you don’t. That’s why I love that we are very transparent from the beginning.”
She concluded: “We believe in you. We will fight for you, and we know that the best is yet to come.”
Some followers questioned what Teddi’s certifications were after pointing out that she claims to be certified in nutrition.
“I personally am an AFPA certified Nutrition and Wellness consultant along with AFPA certified personal trainer. However, we are accountability coaches that hold clients accountable to their personal goals, and coaches are not trainers and nutritionists. It is all explained on the FAQ’s page on our website. What has worked for us is truly living the lifestyle and going through a big change being coached by someone else who truly knows the ups and downs of personally changing their life. We are very transparent about all of this. I think before anyone signs up for a program, they should do their research and decide if it’s the right one for them,” Teddi explained.
According to Champagne and Shade, Teddi’s All-In program “is more like an abusive relationship via text with a stranger that yells at you about carbs.” The gossip site also claims that the RHOBH star’s program is “incredibly suspicious” and has “members sign an NDA when signing up.”
The All-In diet plan “allegedly allows for about 600-1000 calories a day” and requires participants to take “photos of every meal.” On top of that, they also have to show proof of a “60-minute cardio session” and if they don’t, they can be “get kicked out of the program without any sort of refund.”
The program also costs an arm and a leg to be apart of. It costs “around $700 to start and [then] $150 a week after that.”
Here are just a few experiences some people had while participating in Teddi’s All-In program.
On top of all this, Teddi is also allegedly deleting negative comments on all her social media posts.
Stay tuned for more on this, very juicy, developing story!
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is expected to return to Bravo for season 11 in spring/summer 2021.