Weight loss plan uses produce, milk and tiny balls


Some people say it's a fad; some call it revolutionary. It combines milk, moderation and tiny balls to knock out hunger. But does the Sadkhin diet work? Mattie Michelle has a personality as wild as her hair, but this hair stylist didn't always feel like she was a cut above the rest — until she dropped major pounds. "Close to 70 pounds," she said with a laugh. "It's crazy, I know!" The diet's secret is hidden under her mountain of hair. "These little balls behind your ears really work," Michelle said. It's all part of the Sadkhin Complex weight loss program, which has a one-time fee of $150 to get started. Round silver balls are placed on a piece of tape and then strategically positioned behind the ears, a procedure called accupressure. "I place particular pressure on hunger points behind the ears — not only to suppress the appetite, but — more importantly — to send signals to detoxify the different organ systems," explained Ed Dixon, a certified Sadkhin practitioner. Clients return every two weeks, paying $75 to get the tiny balls moved to different hunger points. Part of the plan is to press down on the ball every two hours for about a minute throughout the day.

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Weight loss plan uses produce, milk and tiny balls