The reality star is the founder of her company All In By Teddi. She offers clients different packages with the most expensive costing $600 a month. Each person who signs up is assigned an accountability coach and required to send in daily photos of their weight check-ins. The coach talks to you daily and scolds you if you don’t follow the plan.
The problem is many alleged former clients are now speaking out and claiming they were pressured to eat 500 calories a day or they were yelled at by Teddi or her staff.
The Instagram account @emilygellis has been posting DM’s she received from people who tried All In By Teddi.
It’s suspect. https://t.co/3qEWIKlWHh
— Camille Meyer (@TheRealCamilleG) September 15, 2020
One person wrote, “I did this program and It was a nightmare. You have to send photos pf your weight and each meal and proof of your 60 minute cardio workout everyday. You cannot drink alcohol or you are immediately dropped from the program with no refund. I calculated the calories to be 400-500 per day. It was insane. I did it for a few days and could feel myself slipping into obsessive/disordered eating so I had to stop and was out $700. I would text my accountability coaches that I was starving and they would just tell me to drink more water.”
Another wrote, “I quite after two days because it was so crazy and sick and unhealthy. My coach was afraid that I would ask for my money back and then Teddi started rage texting me that if I quit I’m definitely mot getting my money back!!! I was like “keep your money – this is an insane plan and you are preying on desperate people.” Never heard from them again. I was blocked from the page (probably for fear of exposing them in comments.”
Camille, you really need to move on and get a life. Teddi has helped so many people and changed their lives. What are you doing everyday? Tweeting about RHOBH? You befriend whoever you think will get you a 💎😂Talk about a mean girl 👋🏻
— Kyle Richards (@KyleRichards) September 15, 2020
Many people pointed to Teddi’s own website where the company answers whether their coaches are certified. All In By Teddi wrote, “Our coaches do not carry any fitness, medical or health certifications.”
Former “RHOBH” star Camille Grammer decided to throw shade at Teddi about the criticism. She reposted one fan page who wrote, “@BravoTV @Andy your girl Teddi is getting exposed on Instagram for her scam starvation company. Having women starve themselves by eating 500 calories a day is unethical. If she needs a storyline next season, holding her accountable for this is a good option. #RHOBH.”
Kyle Richards tried to come for Camille writing, “Camille, you really need to move on and get a life. Teddi has helped so many people and changed their lives. What are you doing everyday? Tweeting about RHOBH? You befriend whoever you think will get you a diamond Talk about a mean girl”
Teddi posted a video defending her company amid the heat she’s receiving. She said, “For one. I love All In. I am so incredibly proud of the over 15,000 lives we’ve changed.”