"I've tried detox, I've tried teas, I've tried pills..." have you tried Calories In, Calories Out, Denise? I mean, now that you've tried all the stupid get-slim-quick gimmicks, have you considered using basic thermodynamics?
That's a pretty damned substantial-looking living room you've got there, Denise. Did you ever consider a gym membership or a personal trainer? Don't tell me you can't afford that, Denise.
I'm told you lost 22 pounds in six months using GOLO. Well, isn't that something. That's what you could have done with a modest, 500-calorie-per-day deficit. I'm glad you've taken the weight off and kept it off, but why did you need another gimmicky program to do it? You achieved rather slow, sensible weight loss- which is remarkably simple if you just cut out processed carbs and sugar and consume more protein and healthy fats. And move more. There, I just gave you an absolutely trustworthy and safe way to lose a modest amount of weight in a medically safe way, and I didn't charge you a dime. And if you had asked, I would have told you to skip the stupid "detoxes" (they are not a thing, you have organs that came with your body that detox for you, for FREE) and teas and pills, all of which almost certainly did you more harm than good and don't come close to addressing the real issue, which is the amount and type of food you eat and the amount of work you make your body do on a daily basis.
Don't know much about GOLO, but if it involves healthy eating habits, then go for it. But if it does, it seems to me that this is another case of Stone Soup Syndrome- putting a fancy label on common sense behavior and then giving the label rather than the behavior all the credit for positive results. I guess you've got the money so it doesn't matter, but I wonder about people who are influenced to put this "system" on a credit card when eating less and better, and moving more, is really all they need.