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Weight Loss Mission – Malory band Review

Malory Band review

I’m crawling to the end of my current weight loss mission and to be honest with you it’s really beginning to drag. I have found myself stuff in weight loss limbo for a while but I haven’t given up hope. Just over a month ago I had seven pounds left to lose, that went down to four pounds and now I am sat with five pounds of extra curves on my body. It’s not too bad, nothing drastic, I’m just such a lazy and weak-willed dieter. I am so glad I’ve not had to diet all my life!

For the past four to size weeks (can’t quite remember exactly)  I’ve been using the Malory Band to aid my weight loss. The Malory band isn’t some dodgy diet pill, it’s not a diet plan, it’s a physiological aid that helps you to become more aware of your waistline. You wear the band around your waist all the time, and I mean all the time. You wear it in the shower, while you’re on the beach, even in bed. The band is a motivational tool and I have to say I did find it worked on that level.

Malory Band review

As you go through your day, eating your healthy diet (not always healthy in my case) the band tightens and as a result your mind is drawn to your tummy. This awareness is designed to help you make healthier choices, to perhaps eat less or choose a healthier meal at the next sitting. The problem is you do still need to be focused on making these sensible choices or you’ll just find the band is too tight and perhaps decide to loosen it a bit (I admit I have done this a few times).

I found the Malory band to be generally comfortable, it didn’t irritate my skin and it was perfectly fine to sleep in. I actually like having it around my waist, there’s something a bit sexy about it, but that’s probably a personal quirk and a little bit too much information for you so I’ll shut up about that!

The only time I took it off was on those hot and humid nights a couple of weeks back. During that time I couldn’t bare anything on my skin as my bedroom felt like a sauna. It’s easy to wear under clothes (I don’t really wear skirts with high waist lines though, I imagine this could rub a little but that’s just speculation).

Malory Band review

Who is the Malory Band Best For?

If you are serious about losing weight, have a healthy diet and exercise plan I believe the Malory band could be an excellent addition to your weight loss mission. It does make you consider your waistline and what your choices are doing to it. I never became fully unaware of the band when eating and I did find it helped me to make better choices some of the time. Committed dieters will benefit I’m sure. It will also be inspirational as you’re able to loosen the band over time.

If you’re like me and you’re hoping to lose weight but you’re still not making the most sensible choices then don’t expect the weight to drop off simply by wearing the Malory Band. It’s not a miracle weight loss tool and at the end of the day it doesn’t claim to be. However, it will still focus your mind on your waist line, but it won’t magically stop you from making wrong decisions.


I was sent the Malory Band to review but the opinions on this page are my own



  1. the house that never rests

    I have never come across anything like this before, it sounds like a great addition to helping you loose weight.

    15 . Aug . 2014
  2. Jenny

    What an interesting product to aid weight loss! I like the idea, very intriguing. I wonder how much it costs.

    15 . Aug . 2014
  3. Nettie

    £24.95 plus p&p. Click on the links in the article if you want to learn more about it 🙂

    15 . Aug . 2014
  4. Jon - Fat Fighting Foods

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    16 . Aug . 2014
  5. Nikki

    Please teach the rest of these internet hooingals how to write and research!

    08 . Mar . 2017

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