BestDietForMe.com Helps Dieters Identify Best Weight Loss Programs, Free of Charge

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Tampa, FL (PRWEB) July 9, 2007

BestDietForMe.com (http://www.BestDietForMe.com) provides a free online diet analysis service, to identify (by name) which of the top 60 diet plans best fits your lifestyle, budget and food preferences. Previously, there was a fee to obtain one’s diet program “matches” and in-depth company reports. The service is now free.

“Many dieters today are confused by all the weight loss plans on the market. They’re bombarded with exaggerated claims of quick and easy weight loss and misleading information about the true cost of programs. Marketdata, a weight loss market analyst since 1989, created http://www.BestDietForMe.com four years ago to help consumers research programs before signing up. If you’re spending hundreds or thousands of dollars on a diet plan, you might as well choose the best one for your needs”, according to Research Director, John LaRosa

250,000+ people have registered with this website, utilizing its 800+ pages of free weight loss articles. The site ranks among the top 3 traffic diet websites on the Internet. The parent company, Marketdata, is in the unique position of being completely unbiased, as its does not sell any weight loss programs or products of its own.

A database of 60 of the most legitimate and popular diets is searched after the consumer fills out an easy but in-depth online survey covering one’s budget, nutritional profile, exercise habits, and lifestyle factors. Immediately upon completion, results appear on the screen, with links to descriptive diet program reports, commentary from http://www.BestDietForMe.com analysts, and access to special discounts and freebies by weight loss providers.

Major findings: characteristics of online dieters (1st qtr. 2007):


    Dieters’ Budgets… An overwhelming 85% of consumers want to spend less than $ 500 on weight loss programs, with 69% wanting to spend less than $ 250. Just 2.9% are willing to spend $ 1,500+.

    89% of online dieters are female and 23% have an average starting weight of 150-174 lbs. Another 19% weigh 175-199 and 37% weigh more than 200.

    Preferred Location… Nearly 74% of dieting consumers favor a “do-it-yourself” weight loss plan accessed from home (website, phone), or use a diet book bestseller. Nearly 72% want self-directed counseling and 20% want a one-to-one approach.

    BMI (body mass index)… 49.2% of dieters had a BMI of 30 or higher, indicating they’re obese. 26% of had a BMI of 35+, meaning they may be candidates for bariatric surgery.

    Food Plan… 59% of dieters prefer to use supermarket food, 11.4% want pre-packaged or diet company food, 4% want meal replacements (shakes, nutrition bars), and 23% have no preference.

    Psychological Support… At least 45% of dieters need some form of Psychological Support (managing eating triggers, controlling portion sizes, help with binge eating and dining out), with 69% needing Emotional eating support.

These findings may explain why NutriSystem, a home delivery program, is so popular (and why dozens of other local gourmet and fresh food delivery services have emerged). Many dieters today want low cost, and not personal meetings with counselors at a weight loss center. They also want someone else to count the calories, carbs, and to prepare the meals. They seek convenience, and they want anonymity and privacy—explaining why the fastest-growing part of Jenny Craig’s business is their “Jenny Direct” plan, and why WeightWatchers.com, a diet website with 460,000 subscribers, is the fastest-growing portion of that firm’s business.

Exercise and counseling don’t seem to be as important to dieters searching for weight loss information online. Fully 37% want to design their own exercise program. NutriSystem reports that only 20% of their customers use their free phone counseling services—exactly the share of Bestdietforme.com visitors that say they want one-to-one counseling. However, what dieters Say they want and what they really Need, are two different things. It’s debatable whether they are getting the psychological and emotional support they need from do-it-yourself websites, chat rooms, bulletin boards, and diet books, rather than from a live counselor.

Bestdietforme.com covers ALL the top diet plans: NutriSystem, eDiets, the Atkins diet, Zone Diet, Richard Simmons, Body for Life, Weight Watchers, South Beach Diet, Jenny Craig, LA Weight Loss, Slim-Fast, Herbalife, fad diets, diet books, MD plans, diet drugs, and many more.

ABOUT BESTDIETFORME.COM–MARKETDATA

http://www.BestDietForMe.com is operated by Marketdata Enterprises, an independent market research analyst of the U.S. weight loss industry since 1989. The website was developed by Marketdata, along with a nationally known registered dietitian and a PhD psychologist, and was not funded by any diet companies.

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John LaRosa, Research Director

BestDietForMe.com / Marketdata Enterprises Inc.

813-931-3900

http://www.BestDietForMe.com

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Selling To Online Dieters? You’d Better Pass This Test

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Tampa, FL (PRWEB) July 27, 2005

Analysts at Marketdata Enterprises (http://www.mkt-data-ent.com/studies.html), the market research firm that operates BestDietForMe.com, a Free diet analysis website, have just released the findings of their 2nd quarter Online Dieter Research Report. A total of 14,799 dieters were surveyed online from April 1st to June 30th, and data was compared with 1st quarter results. An analysis of how dieters responded to the BestDietForMe.com survey yielded very interesting trends.

Advertising agencies and PR firms with weight loss clients, diet website operators, or any companies selling diet products or programs online, must pass this test if they are to be effective in selling to online dieters. Do you…


Get to them within a week of their search for a weight loss program?

Provide one-to-one personal counseling? Nearly one-third want it. Impersonal chat rooms and bulletin boards may not be enough.

Know that 43%-69% of them need some form of psychological support?

Make sure your program costs less than $ 250?

Accommodate the 40% of online dieters that have special foods needs or allergies?

“As the prime diet season (January 1st to Memorial Day) matures, selling to online dieters is tougher. They are less motivated by special offers and promotions, proven by the decline in that metric from 5.3% to 3.6% from quarter 1 to quarter 2. Weight loss marketers’ offers and discounts must be more compelling to result in sign-ups and opt-ins. Online dieters are still mainly in the do-it-yourself group, but their interest in medical diet plans did rise as the season matured. These are the nuances picked up by our quarterly survey and daily real-time participation,” according to John LaRosa, Research Director.

Marketdata, via BestDietForMe.com, has created a real-time tracking tool that produces an online dieter profile—their demographics, needs, and preferences related to nutrition, exercise, and psychological roadblocks. As confused dieters search for the best diet program for them via our online survey, they leave lots of information, which when analyzed can reveal shifting preferences. “We know of no other research tool like this, with such a huge real-time daily sample,” according to John LaRosa, Research Director.

Major Findings:

Of 14,799 people completing the BestDietForMe.com survey in the 2nd quarter of 2005, 93.2% were female.

4.8% are interested in weight loss surgery.

4.9% are interested in home delivery of diet foods.

69.3% need a diet program that covers emotional eating, 48.9% need one covering stimulus control, and 43.7% need one covering social eating skills—indicating a great need for weight loss programs providing psychological/lifestyle support.

Starting weight: Fully 58% of online dieters have a starting weight of 175 lbs. or more and 22.5% weigh 225 lbs. or more.

63% have a reported budget of $ 250 or less to spend on a weight loss program.

40% have “special food needs” such as food allergies or sensitivities.

The greatest share of 47% have used a weight loss center as a dieting method in the past, followed closely by the 41% that joined a health club. 38.4% skipped meals and 19.3% used a diet website.

“The online weight loss consumer is a fickle customer whose needs constantly shift and are rarely probed in depth. We now have a unique research tool to monitor large numbers of dieters like this to find out what makes them tick, on an ongoing basis and affordably,” according to John LaRosa, Research Director.

About The Quarterly Online Dieter Report

MetricsTracked:

gender

age (5 categories)

BMI (body mass index (5 categories, 18.5-40+)

Percent opting in for special offers

Percent leaving name and mailing address

Pregnant or nursing percentage

Medical conditions, percent indicating at least one (32 conditions)

Their diet budget (under $ 250 to $ 3,000+)

Preferred weight loss program location

Interest in weight loss surgery – percent

Interest in home delivery of diet food – percent

Preferred diet counseling format

Type food plan desired

Percent interested only in diet plans with pre-planned daily menus

Special food needs, allergies, food sensitivities – percent with

Readiness to begin a diet program

Previous types of diet plans used (18 types)

Exercise preferences

Psychological support needs: percent identified by BestDietForMe.com analysis as needing… emotional eating support, stimulus control, social eating skills support

Also Included…

Discussion/analysis of the online dieting market: nature, market size.

List of the top diet websites.

Latest Alexa traffic rankings of the top diet websites.

Forecasts and early identification of key trends.

Latest results of surveys of online dieters by diet companies and others.

Overview (32 pp.) of the 9 segments of the weight loss market, with $ size and 2008 forecasts and status reports for: commercial programs, medical programs (MDs, bariatric surgery, RDs, diet drugs, hospital programs, VLCDs), multi-level mktg. plans, meal replacements & appetite suppressants, diet soft drinks, artificial sweeteners, diet/low-carb foods market. Dieter demographics, trends of past two years also analyzed.

The service costs $ 2,995 per year, or individual quarterly reports (approx. 50 pages each) can be purchased for $ 895.

About BestDietForMe.com / Marketdata

http://www.BestDietForMe.com is operated by Marketdata Enterprises, Inc., an independent analyst of the U.S. weight loss industry since 1989. A database of 61 of the most legitimate and popular diets is automatically and objectively searched after the consumer fills out an in-depth 7-8 minute survey online. Consumers can also get detailed diet program descriptions, and have access to special offers by weight loss providers—all at NO cost. The website also contains lots of unique, free content. Marketdata’s diet market research is regularly quoted by all major media.

Contact Information

John LaRosa, Research Director

BestDietForMe.com/Marketdata Enterprises Inc.

813-931-3900

http://www.BestDietForMe.com

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What Do Online Dieters Want and Prefer?

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Tampa, FL (PRWEB) April 14, 2005

Analysts at BestDietForMe.com, a Free online diet analysis website operated by Marketdata Enterprises, have just released the findings of a new Quarterly Online Dieter Syndicated Research Service that surveyed 19,311 online dieters from Jan. 1 to March 31st. An analysis of how dieters responded to the BestDietForMe.com online survey yielded some very interesting information. Highlights of findings from this report follow below and on the site at http://www.bestdietforme.com/researchreports.htm.

“Marketdata, via BestDietForMe.com, has created a powerful real-time tracking tool that can produce an online dieter profile—their demographics, needs, and preferences related to nutrition, exercise, and psychological roadblocks. As confused online dieters search for the best diet program for them via the online survey, they leave lots of information, which when analyzed can reveal shifting preferences. We know of no other research tool like this on the market, with such a huge real-time daily sample audience,” according to John LaRosa, Research Director.

Major findings:

•    Of 19,311 people completing the BestDietForMe.com online survey in the 1st quarter 2005, 94.5% are female.

•    28.7% are aged 26-35 and 26.6% are aged 36-45.

•    69.9% need a diet program that covers emotional eating, 49% need one covering stimulus control, and 43.6% need one covering social eating skills—indicating a great need for weight loss programs providing psychological/lifestyle support.

•    Starting weight: Fully 62% of online dieters have a starting weight of 175 lbs. or more, and 25.1% have a weight of 225 or more.

•    Medical conditions: A significant 36.5% of online dieters have at least one medical condition such as high blood pressure, diabetes, asthma, migraines, etc.

•    22.6% of online dieters will leave their name and mailing address, IF they see a benefit to them, such as obtaining special offers from diet companies.

•    64% have a reported budget of $ 250 or less to spend on a weight loss program.

•    53% prefer a diet plan using regular supermarket food, but 27.7% have no preference.

•    37% of online dieters want daily menu planning services, and 37% also have special food needs such as allergies or food sensitivities.

•    Exercise: 42% have “no preference” as to the type of services provided, and 29.8% want to design their own program. Only 2.4% want a personal trainer.

•    The greatest share of 47.4% have used a weight loss center as a diet method in the past, followed closely by the 40.3% that joined a health club. 37.8% skipped meals and 17.5% used a diet website.

Many more metrics are provided in the full report.

“The online weight loss consumer is a fickle customer whose needs constantly shift and are rarely probed in depth. We now have a powerful research tool to monitor large numbers of dieters like this to find out what makes them tick, on an ongoing basis and affordably,” according to John LaRosa, Research Director.

About the Quarterly Syndicated Research Service

MetricsTracked (116 total)

•    gender

•    age (5 categories)

•    BMI (body mass index (5 categories, 18.5-40+)

•    Average time spent on website

•    Percent opting in for special offers

•    Percent leaving name and mailing address

•    Pregnant or nursing percentage

•    Medical conditions, percent indicating at least one (32 conditions)

•    Their diet budget (under $ 250 to $ 3,000+)

•    Preferred weight loss program location

•    Interest in weight loss surgery – percent

•    Interest in home delivery of diet food – percent

•    Preferred diet counseling format

•    Type food plan desired

•    Percent interested only in diet plans with pre-planned daily menus

•    Special food needs, allergies, food sensitivities – percent with

•    Readiness to begin a diet program

•    Previous types of diet plans used (percent by 18 types)

•    Exercise preferences

•    Psychological support needs: percent identified by BestDietForMe.com analysis as needing… emotional eating support, stimulus control, social eating skills support

Also Included…

•    Discussion/analysis of the online dieting market: nature, market size.

•    List of the top diet websites.

•    Latest Alexa traffic rankings of the top diet websites.

•    Forecasts and early identification of key trends.

•    Latest results of surveys of online dieters by diet companies and others.

The service costs $ 2,995 per year, or individual quarterly reports (15-20 pages each) can be purchased for $ 895. Applicable for: ad agencies/PR firms with weight loss clients, diet websites, companies selling diet products or programs online. Additional information is available at http://www.bestdietforme.com/researchreports.htm.

About BestDietForMe.com/Marketdata

http://www.BestDietForMe.com is operated by Marketdata Enterprises, Inc., an independent analyst of the U.S. weight loss industry since 1989. A database of 60 of the most legitimate and popular diets is searched after the consumer fills out an in-depth 7-8 minute survey online. Consumers can also get detailed diet program descriptions, and have access to special offers by weight loss providers—all at no cost. The website also contains lots of unique, free content. 60 top diet plans are covered: The Zone, Blood Type diet, Richard Simmons, Dr. Phil, Weight Watchers, Curves for Women, NutriSystem, South Beach Diet, Medifast, Jenny Craig, LA Weight Loss, Novartis, celebrity diets, and more. Marketdata’s diet market research is regularly quoted by all major media.

Contact Information

John LaRosa, Research Director

BestDietForMe.com/Marketdata Enterprises Inc.

813-931-3900

http://www.BestDietForMe.com


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HCG Diet Direct Aids Dieters in Maintaining Healthy Weight and Diet: Two of the 4 Lifestyle Factors that Can Offer 80% Decrease in Risk of Common and Deadly Diseases

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Phoenix, AZ (Vocus) August 18, 2009

HCG Diet Direct is in the business of aiding obese and overweight individuals as they work to obtain a healthier weight. The diet is based on the effects of regular use of homeopathic HCG drops, B12, and a daily caloric intake of 500 calories per day. The program has proven successful in changing the lifestyle habits of overweight and obese individuals. After successful completion of the program most are able to maintain a healthy weight and most have developed new, healthy eating habits.

Healthy weight and healthy eating habits are 2 of the 4 lifestyle habits that, together, reduce the risk of common and deadly diseases by 80% according to a report included in the August 10/24 issue of Archives of Internal Medicine (a JAMA/Archives Journal). The other two major lifestyle habits lauded by the report were: never smoking and exercising.

Jenny Boynton of HCG Diet Direct said, “The recent report suggested that healthy lifestyle habits can go a long way in preventing cardiovascular disease, cancer AND diabetes. The issue of weight is more than just visual; it’s either healthy or it’s not. We try to get people to a healthy weight not just so they can be happy and wear a smaller size, but hopefully so they can be healthy and live longer.”

HCG Diet Direct aids individuals as they reach for a healthy weight and learn to maintain it through proper dieting. The program’s weight maintenance success rate is high and past clients offer positive feedback in regards to their new healthy eating habits.

For more information on HCG Diet Direct or the HCG Diet contact Jenny Boynton at info(at)HcgDietDirect(dot)com or by phone at: 1-602-330-7655. Or visit HCG Diet Direct online at http://www.hcgdietdirect.com.

Contact: Jenny Boynton

Company: HCG Diet Direct

http://www.hcgdietdirect.com

Phone 1-602-330-7655

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The Diet Solution Program Helps Dieters Kickstart Diet Naturally after FDA Rejects Weight Loss Drug Contrave

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Florham Park, NJ (PRWEB) February 17, 2011

Dieters disappointed by the recent FDA rejection of the much anticipated Contrave weight loss drug may be interested in The Diet Solution Program which helps dieters kickstart their diet with metabolism-boosting foods. This all-natural approach to weight loss, created by certified nutritionist Isabel De Los Rios, has helped 50,000 people lose weight permanently and is available at http://www.TheDietSolutionProgram.com.

Reuters recently reported on the FDA’s rejection of the much anticipated weight loss drug Contrave. This diet aide, manufactured by Orexigen Therapeutics Incorporated, is said to effectively boost metabolism.

However, concerns over risks to heart health have caused the FDA to reject the drug at this time. The FDA has asked Orexigen Therapeutics Inc. to invest in a clinical trial to prove both the safety and effectiveness of the drug.

Certified nutritionist and exercise specialist Isabel De Los Rios can relate to the disappointment dieters may feel at the rejection of yet another weight loss drug. De Los Rios was once thirty pounds overweight and she struggled for years to lose those extra pounds. Like most dieters she worked hard to count calories, limit carbohydrates, and eat only low-fat “healthy” foods without success.

Frustrated but motivated by a family history of Type II Diabetes, De Los Rios worked to understand food and its impact on the body. Eventually, she figured out how to “stop all this dieting madness” by combining certain foods to boost her metabolism naturally. This realization helped De Los Rios kickstart the diet that allowed her to lose those stubborn extra pounds permanently.

De Los Rios then created The Diet Solution Program in order to help others achieve lasting health through permanent weight loss. The Diet Solution Program favors a natural approach to weight loss, rejecting weight loss pills, mixtures and pre-measured meals and focusing instead on metabolism-boosting foods.

Isabel De Los Rios is a certified nutritionist, exercise specialist, and author of The Diet Solution Program, a scientifically based approach to weight loss that has helped 50,000 people lose weight for good. By focusing on metabolism boosting foods, The Diet Solution Program offers dieters an alternative to the pills, mixtures, and pre-measured meals often associated with weight loss.

Go to http://www.TheDietSolutionProgram.com to kickstart your diet with The Diet Solution Program.

To learn more about this natural, scientifically based answer to other failed diet plans, visit http://www.TheDietSolutionProgram.com.

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Improved Diet Tracker HealthFitCounter Helps Dieters Maintain Goals

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(PRWEB) October 26, 2005

HealthFitCounters International, developer of the HealthFitCounter personal calorie counter and diet tracker, has created HotSync software, a program that enables HealthFitCounter owners to connect their handheld diet tracker to a personal computer.

“One of the hardest things to do while dieting is to monitor your nutritional intake,” said Bob Przybysz, owner of HealthFitCounters International. “The HealthFitCounter puts the power of knowledge in your hand. We designed the HealthFitCounter diet tracker to allow users to quickly and easily track and store nutritional information along with the calories burned by exercise. With a food database that contains over 2300 items, including fast food restaurants, you can simply select your food, adjust your portion and save it into your diet tracker to provide an accurate account of an individual’s daily, weekly, or monthly food intake.”

The HealthFitCounter diet tracker automatically tracks calories, total fat, saturated fat, cholesterol, sodium, total carbohydrates, sugar, fiber, and protein. It can also be used to monitor calories burned by a predefined list of hundreds of exercises, and includes special user-defined categories to track things like WeightWatchers points, water, potassium, and any other specific diet needs.

With HotSync Software, HealthFitCounter diet tracker owners can easily add, edit, or delete foods from their HealthFitCounter diet tracker database. They can also add their own favorite foods and create personal graphs that shows the nutritional intake and exercise activities of the past day, week or month.

The HealthFitCounter pocket-size diet tracker with HotSync Software is ideal for:

    Weight loss

    Diabetic nutritional concerns

    Sports nutrition

    Monitoring nutrition during pregnancy

    Managing blood sugar or blood pressure

    Reducing the risk of heart disease through diet

The HealthFitCounter diet tracker along with the HotSync feature is the perfect tool for anyone wishing to improve or maintain a healthy lifestyle through healthy nutritional intake. For a limited time, HealthFitCounters International will include a 20% discount off all diet tracker orders, which will also include the HotSync Software for free. To order the HealthFitCounter diet tracker or to learn more about HealthFitCounter International’s other monitoring products, visit http://www.HealthFitCounter.com or call 269-692-2307.

About HealthFitCounter International

Since 1996, HealthFitCounter International has been devoted to developing tools to help people meet their fitness goals.

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New Diet Article Site “Feeds” Dieters Quest for Good Health

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Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 5, 2006

Denise Wakeman has developed a new website and blog just for dieters. http://www.DietArticles.info has more than 600 diet related articles ranging from information about weight loss surgery to weight loss programs and motivational strategies to related articles on health and fitness. This site has a sister blog http://www.Slim-People.com that keeps dieters up on the latest news about dieting, weight loss and fitness.

Wakeman says, “It’s taken hundreds of hours to compile these diet articles all into one place so that dieters can learn what they need to know about healthy and effective weight loss.”

269 writers around the world are contributing articles to the sites. Dieters at any stage of their weight loss program will be comfortable because of the wide range of articles covered such as:

Alternative Weight Loss Systems, Gastric Bypass Surgery, Hoodia Gordinii

Hypnosis, Diet Articles, Atkins Diet, Fad Diets, Low Carb Diets, Mediterranean Diet, Motivation, South Beach Diet, The Zone Diet, Tips and Strategies, Weight Loss Programs, Weight Watchers, Kids and Diet, Fitness, Body Building, Cardio Exercise, Exercise, Fitness Equipment, Pilates, Strength Training, Weight Training, Yoga, Eating Out, Recipes

Vegetarian, Health and Wellness, Cholesterol, Diabetes, Managing Stress, Mens Health, Metabolism, Nutrition, Supplements, Vitamins, Womens Health, Weight Loss Products and Diet Pills.

Denise Wakeman is a member of The Blog Squad(tm) and an Internet marketing expert who specializes in assisting professionals to leverage the Internet in order to grow their business online.

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Diet-Pill-Review.com Launches Discussion Forums; Forums Will Allow Dieters to Discuss Effectiveness of Diet Pills, Provide Support to Each Other

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(PRWEB) June 13, 2006

Diet-Pill-Review.com (http://www.diet-pill-review.com), the authoritative diet pill reference site, announced today that it has launched a new discussion forum at http://www.diet-pill-review.com/forum

Diet-Pill-Review.com’s new forum will be a place where dieters can discuss exercise, diet pills and supplements, nutrition, and the numerous diet regiments that are popular today. This will add an important new element to the Web site, which already has reviews of over 125 different diet pills that are on the market, by allowing members to provide more personalized advice and support to each other.

“With the launch of the new forum, we hope to provide a meeting place for dieters where they can discuss their experiences with individual diets and diet pills, and help new dieters learn what products might work best for them, and provide support and advice,” said Mike West, dietary consultant and fitness professional. “Experience has shown that having a support group that helps dieters to select and stay on a diet and exercise regime to lose weight and improve one’s health is an important key to success.”

Diet-Pill-Review.com’s popular reviews of prescription and over-the-counter diet drugs and supplements will serve to provide a foundation for the discussion board, allowing dieters to easily reference the wealth of information already available. Dieters will then be able to have an informed dialogue about how the various products work, and who might benefit from them. The new discussion board will develop into a community where veteran and new dieters can share the knowledge they have gained, views on products and diets, and support each other through the ups and downs of dieting.

“No two people are alike,” West continued, “so bringing together the experiences of a vibrant community will prove to be an invaluable resource for those interested in weight loss and fitness.”

The obesity epidemic in the United States has affected over half of the population, imposing serious costs in terms of healthcare and quality of life. Diet pills now make up a $ 2 billion industry in the US, with thousands of different products on the market. This complicated landscape is difficult and confusing; Diet-Pill-Review.com’s reviews and new weight loss forum will help consumers better navigate the market, helping them to find products that will address their needs, and support them while they are dieting.

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The Recently Revised Diet Solution Program Encourages Dieters to Focus on Omega-3 Foods to Burn Fat and Lose Belly Flab

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The Recently Revised Diet Solution Program Encourages Dieters to Focus on Omega-3 Foods to Burn Fat and Lose Belly Flab
Certified nutritionist and exercise specialist Isabel De Los Rios offers a solution to those eager to lose belly flab and burn fat naturally. De Los Rios earned a pre-med degree in Exercise Physiology from Rutgers University. Her scientifically based Diet Solution Program has helped more than 50,000 people lose weight permanently by focusing on healthy, metabolism-boosting foods. (PRWeb March 29 …
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“Body Confidence,” the New Book from Venice Nutrition Creator Mark MacDonald, is a 3-Step Nutrition and Exercise …
Macdonald’s targeted series of diet and fitness strategies are proven to burn body fat, boost energy levels, increase muscle mass, and eliminate sugar cravings for a better looking, better feeling body today. Providing a step up to holistic body care the Venice Nutrition Program’s innovative fitness plan focuses on blood sugar stabilization and a complementary program of exercise, sleep, and …
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Free Email Quote-of-the-Day Support Service for Dieters Begins Just in Time for the January Diet Season

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San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) January 12, 2006

The new Diet for Charity program announces an additional new service: free email quote-of-the-day. This unique dieter’s Quote-of-the-Day support service is far more than just getting great daily diet quotes! It is like having a free personal diet guru, diet motivator coach and diet buddy all rolled into one. Finally a free service that is always there with daily diet support, the next needed piece of diet advice or reminder to help keep dieters on track to reach all of their weight loss, nutrition and fitness goals.

With this new free service customers get far more than just motivational diet support to get back on their diet after a rough episode. They will also receive tips on eating out in restaurants, healthy shopping tips, exercise tips, and one minute mini-lessons on the proven principles of successful dieting, nutrition and exercise.

Every seven days dieters get a short reminder form that helps them evaluate their diet’s progress and plan for any needed adjustments. No matter what weight loss program a member intends to use, they can’t go wrong by signing up for this new free diet support service.

To start getting this free diet quote of the day, dieters can click here or visit http://lists.dietforcharity.org/mailman/listinfo/diet-quote-of-the-day and enter their email address. That’s all there is to it!

This free service is sponsored by Integrative Spirituality , a nondenominational, non profit organization. The Diet for Charity program was created by Integrative Spirituality because it is an important part of its charitable mission to: “support and promote the improvement of nutrition and physical well being as a vital part of helping to create a balanced physical, mental and spiritual life.”

Contact:

Mary Cosgrove

Integrative Spirituality

415-332-2301

http://www.dietforcharity.com

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