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Dieting Pitfalls to Avoid »

Written: May 31, 2011 By: In: Diet

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With diet having (by far) the greatest effect on any weight loss goal, knowing and avoiding obstacles and pitfalls is essential.

Richard Fran provided us a good start to knowing those obstacles in his short article highlighting a couple of the more common dieting pitfalls that effect many.  That article is highlighted below.

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To Keep More Weight Off – Log On »

Written: July 29, 2010 By: In: Diet

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Recently reported in ScienceDaily (2010-07-28) — The more people used an interactive weight management website, the more weight loss they maintained, according to a new study.

“This study shows that if people use quality weight management websites consistently, and if they stick with their program, they are more likely to keep their weight off,” said study co-author Victor J. Stevens, PhD, co-author and senior investigator at the Kaiser Permanente Center for Health Research. “Keeping weight off is even more difficult than losing it in the first place, so the fact that so many people (in the study) were able to maintain a good portion of their weight loss is very encouraging to us.”

Losing weight and maintaining a healthy weight is not necessarily a simple task. Provide yourself an edge by logging in to Diet Grader.

Diet Grader is a scientifically based program that not only tells you how your current intake “Grades” out compared to where you should be, but it also provides you daily meal plans and shopping lists to make it as easy as possible to eat healthy and specific to your goals.

Try log into Diet Grader for a week free to see for yourself how to keep more weight off.

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Tricking Yourself to Weight Loss »

Written: July 16, 2010 By: In: Diet

ScienceDaily (July 14, 2010) — Research presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Ingestive Behavior suggests that the key to losing weight could lie in manipulating our beliefs about how filling we think food will be before we eat it, suggesting that portion control is all a matter of perception.

The mind has been known as a powerful tool for many years.  Healing, performance, and now you can help yourself in attaining your weight loss goals.  Tricking yourself to weight loss might be just the ticket for you.

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