It's tempting to look at a program with so many products that promise great results. But honestly, we don't see that kind of progress from our members that try them. Our success and maintainers forums are filled with people who lost weight on traditional diet and exercise programs, not supplements.
In my opinion, it looks expensive and the products are not what we would recommend.
They sell a "carb blocker" but there's really no such thing. At best, these products can slow down the absorption of starches but they don't block them. You can buy the same thing at any vitamin shop for a fraction of the price.
They sell a "cleansing tea" which is just a laxative and that isn't going to help anyone lose fat. There's nothing cleansing about it and unless you are constipated, you should not use it. The key ingredient in a tea of this type is usually senna, and you can purchase senna products at any drugstore for much less.
Their Omega Oils cost 4 times what I pay for a high quality brand. Plus they make the claim that omega oils speed up weight loss. A study released a few weeks ago, and published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, showed omega oils had no effect on weight loss. The study lasted 24 weeks and the results were the same for both the omega and placebo groups.
Weight Watchers has a brand new plan you might be interested in. You mentioned moderate success with it in the past and then you regained. The most important thing about a weight loss plan is choosing something you can stick with, because the diet never really ends. Weight loss is just practice for maintenance
You can't stick with Slimgenics, it's temporary. Weight Watchers is something you can do forever. My mother is a WW Lifetime member and has kept her weight off for quite a few years. She still goes to meetings to keep it off.
Whatever you choose, we wish you the best of luck