Well to be honest as you deserve that, I personally wouldn't look favourably on a diet that espouses low calories and sugary ketchup and sugary and fatty chocolate sauce, promoted by a company that manufacturers supplements, to make up for some of what you can't get in your diet.
However you don't seem to be getting any reported side effects, nor does there seem to be any other issues going on, which is positive, so this is not me judging you, just giving my own thoughts on it
I will support your choice 100%, because I feel this is the right thing to do, even though you don't need my support.
I admit, I knew little about it until I saw their wesbite and did have one or two niggles.
1. They tell you to contact their nearest centre for nutritional information. I find this poor. Many sites would tell you in full on the site and on one or two sites before now, I've seen downloadable PDF versions of such information.
Calling the nearest centre, if that was the best way, costs you money and there's no guarantees how long you'll be on the line, whether you'll get the answers you want and how much the call(s), will cost you.
This looks vaguely clandestine or at least showing a lack of transparency and always makes me suspicious, when companies promote "round the houses" style knowledge release tactics, not straight ahead style tactics, where it's right where you want it, on website product pages, or seperate pages on the site.
Many companies disclose on websites quite openly and willingly, so why does this company choose not to?
I then found a centre location page asking you for post code, name, email and phone number along with country, province / state.
The last ones, relating to province / state and country fine, but why the other stuff and there's no disclaimers to say the phone number, email and post code would not be used for marketing, or passed on to third parties to market to you either, which would concern me as a potential user.
They may have such privacy policies, but it means more phone calls or time spent emailing a company to ascertain this, a company who might just choose to ignore emails, shunt you from pillar to post on the phone, or hang up. This could be avoided with a simple webpage, telling you any personal information given would not be misused in any way.
Most websites helping to find a "nearest location" would have a country list, then a list of regions in a drop down menu search facility and provide the information from there, or just have a page with a full list of locations and addresses / phone numbers as well, depending on which is easier to do.
The other information is mandatory when it shouldn't be. I'd want to see a list of locations not have to have someone email, phone or mail something in the post to me about it, so I'd have to wait for the information to be in my possession, rather than just use some simple website options and see it, as I might never receive any emails, calls or post from them, for whatever reason, which wouldn't be good, even if it was down to human error and not deliberate ignoring of the consumer.
Bearing in mind, that some computer based systems can ascertain an address simply from a postcode and maybe a number or first name, so I wouldn't want to give that information and being forced to, to me is wrong.
At least on a website, if the centre location information was displayed easily, then the only way I'd not be able to see it, was if the site unexpectedly went down.
2. They also claim there are 13 essential amino acids in Protein, when there are only 9.
Overall I find their site easy to use and the graphics are quite clever, but their levels of transparancy on food and drink content, is shocking and to me, substance should come over style every time and knowledge is more important than whether pictures rotate or not.
As for what you are doing, as I say, no aside to you inferred. I will support your decision and I really do wish you well with this.
I hope you find more of the progress you seek. You're a wonderful person Lu and you are still in there and have never given up on yourself so WELL DONE
for that because I am proud of you