From the people responsible for this weight loss wonder, and this blockbuster, comes the most anticipated weight loss of the year.
Starring Commissioner Anis, Officer Barrel, Patrolman Sherriff and Captain Bam Bam in "Food Patrol".
George Taousanis is in charge of a group of storm troopers changing the lives of thousands of families.
A weight loss strike force where people hand over control of their lives to the food patrol academy, signing up to the 90 day weight loss challenge.
They can strike at any time, anywhere and with random raids at home and while you shop.
We're on a raid. The location is an office block in Shellharbour. The client is Tanya Sward, and her target weight loss is 13 kilos.
It's just the motivation Tanya needs to keep on top of her weight goal, ten down and three kilos to go.
"I've probably been yoyo dieting since I was 20 years old, that's a long time ago so this is the first time I've been on an eating program I can't really say it's a diet because I don't feel like I'm missing out on anything," said Tanya.
While the outfits are fictional, the formula is based on food facts.
Three hearty meals a day, plus two protein shakes. It involves simple foods, combining carbohydrates protein and low GI foods.
"We get people to eat more real food instead of processed foods, that's the number one thing that makes a massive difference.
We ask people to eat a portion of protein, could be a steak, a piece of chicken, some eggs any sort of primary protein attached to that can be a carbohydrate section vegetables etc," said George.
Paul Burns lost more than 40 kilos on the 90 day challenge.
Today he's the poster boy for the food patrol. He's kept the weight off for six months and knows it's not just about losing weight, but educating the mind on good and bad habits.
"It's changed my life in a very big way I've gone on to have an overseas trip for the first time in my life I have a motorbike licence and I'm in a new relationship and life's going really well for me," said Paul.
We're on our way to the manager's office at the workers club, the client is David Whyte and his target weight loss is16 kilos.
The team was swift in getting a confession from David that he hasn't been filling in his daily food diary and eating some foods outside the diet on the weekend. His punishment was to wear a 15 kilo vest and do 15 push ups. A bit harsh you might say, but David, loves the commando style approach.
Next stop - the local recruitment office to see Carla Ellenis, where the whole office joins in.
"No matter how long you've been out of shape, in 90 days you can reverse twenty years of body abuse.
"If you think it cant be done I'm here to say it can definitely be done," said George.