The Benefits of Eating and Living Healthy vs. Dieting with a Weight Loss Plan
What you will find...
- The Benefits of Eating and Living Healthy vs. Dieting with a Weight Loss Plan
- Why Keep A Food Diary?
- 4 Important Health Reasons to start on a Diet Plan!
- 5 Weight Loss Tricks which Fool your Mind
- How Does The Atkins Diet Work?
- Review of The Diet Solution Program
Nothing engages people in America more than “dieting”. Doesn’t it seem like some folks are always on some kind of weight loss plan? Well, it doesn’t have to be that way! If you take the time to educate yourself a little, you can start a healthy way of living, without worrying about a “diet” or the weight loss plan du jour!
The purpose of this article is to provide some weight loss resources to aid with your efforts. I will provide some work on all three aspects of weight loss: Diet, Nutrition and Exercise.
Why you are Failing at Losing Weight – Even the Best Weight Loss Plan Can Come off Track
Millions of people in America are trying to lose weight without much success. There are many reasons for this failure. Without a little patience, knowledge of nutrition and exercise, your best weight loss plan may fail. Learning the top reasons for weight loss failure is important so that you do not make these mistakes yourself.
First, many a weight loss plan fails because people trying to lose weight follow too strict of a diet. When you cut back your calories, you will burn more than you eat, so you’ll lose weight, right? If you do this gradually, then yes, it works. However, if you suddenly cut too many calories, you won’t lose any weight at all because your metabolism will slow down and go into “survival mode”. You also put yourself at risk of not getting enough of the vitamins, minerals, proteins, and other nutrients you need every single day to stay healthy.
Another common mistake is trying to go at a weight loss plan alone. Everything you do regarding weight loss, from dieting to exercising, will be a lot easier if you have a partner because you will push each other to stay the course. Working with a support system on a large scale is also important: Your friends and family should know that you are attempting to lose weight so that they can support you in your efforts. Also, remember to consult your doctor before starting any weight loss plan and exercise regimen.
Setting unrealistic goals is another good way to fail at a weight loss plan. When you set attainable goals, you’ll push yourself to move forward and will feel successful even if you fall a little short of your goal. However, when you set impossible goals, you will find that you’ll easily get frustrated.
Don’t weigh in every day, don’t completely cut out all of the “bad” foods you eat on a regular basis, and don’t exercise too much right away. Gradually build up to reach your goals!
Lastly, simply know yourself. Weight loss plans fail when you attempt to be something you are not. Maybe you have wide hips – a plan won’t completely change that, for example. You have to be happy with yourself on the inside before you can change things on the outside in order to succeed at losing weight.
Why Keep A Food Diary?
A Food Diary is an Essential Tool for any Weight Loss Plan! A Food Diary can come in very handy on any weight loss plan, but also when trying to finding causes for various health related issues. When establishing your Food Diary it is best to be as detailed as possible in your record keeping.
The information in your Food Diary should contain at least these items: Time, food eaten, portion size, calories, protein, carbohydrates, sodium and cholesterol. By logging this information you will identify eating patterns, as well as gain insight into how much sodium, dietary cholesterol, fat, etc. you actually consume on a given day. This practice will also educate you in understanding labels on food packaging.
The greatest benefit of a Food Diary is that you can not only identify, but also quickly eliminate unhealthy foods from your individual weight loss plan. You can adjust your daily intake of calories, sodium, and so forth.
When establishing your Food Diary, you could use many different approaches, as far as the medium to hold your records is concerned. You could use a traditional diary or notebook, even a word-processing program. However, I have found a spreadsheet program to be most beneficial, as you can easily copy repeated items and also have the spreadsheet calculate all your categories depending on the number of portions or weight for each food item.
This all seems to be a little work intensive and time consuming. You will find, however, that once you have most of your common food items listed, the process of keeping a Food Diary is very manageable. You can simply cut and paste items. The time spent on your Food Diary is well worth it, as the benefits you gain from it are tremendous. You can also find nutritional information for food items on the web and then build a little database of foods you regularly consume.
One thing to remember is to be diligent in your record keeping, as well as honest. Record everything that enters your body, and record it every day. After a couple of weeks you will have a great picture in front of you and you can begin to adjust your weight loss plan. You will be surprised to find a lot of “hidden” culprits for excess sodium, cholesterol and the likes which usually come from snacking, which then can be easily eliminated from your diet. Your Food Diary can also be a great tool when consulting with your doctor regarding health issues.
Healthy Eating and Exercise – Get your blood flowing!
In your quest for a healthier lifestyle you cannot ignore exercise. Exercise is a big part in any weight loss plan and the best exercise for burning fat is aerobics!
While you begin and advance an aerobics routine the demands on your body steadily increase and it becomes more and more important to have a balanced and nutritious diet to fall back on.
By engaging in aerobics and other types of exercises for losing weight like walking ,”dieting” in the traditional sense will not be beneficial to you, as “diets” usually restrict the amount of protein you consume. You will find yourself too weak and tired to be able to work out if you are lacking sufficient amounts of protein in your diet!
Your diet is really the first thing you should change in your life, even before engaging in regular strenuous exercise. Consult your Food Diary and your doctor for what foods should and should not be included in your weight loss plan.
Do You Hate Exercising?
If you’re anything like me, you wouldn’t consider exercising as your favorite activity. In fact, some people downright hate exercising. However, exercising is a crucial part of a healthy lifestyle, and without it you definitely will not be able to lose weight. Here are some tips for learning to appreciate exercising.
First, try finding some activities you like to do. Of course, you should work out all of your body, but if you absolutely hate doing one kind of exercise, then look for another to take its place. You don’t have to do crunches to strengthen your core muscles. You don’t have to do lunges to work out your lower body. You don’t even have to run-you can enjoy cycling, swimming or walking.
Find activities you like to do and your workout will seem more enjoyable right away.
You can use these activities you like to do and make them work for your body. For example, if you like working in your garden, you can definitely consider those activities as part of your exercise regimen. If you enjoy the winter weather, you can try ice skating or sledding with the kids or friends. No matter what you like to do, you can find ways to get some exercise. Thanks to the introduction of the video game consoles and related games you can even combine video games and exercise. And it doesn’t matter when you exercise!
Another great tip to liking exercise is to find a training partner. When you work out together, you can keep one another motivated, even if you don’t absolutely love exercising. With a partner you can have fun as well, trying things like tennis or challenging one another to meet certain goals. Trainers can also provide this for you, as well as show you new and fun exercises to help avoid getting bored or feeling overwhelmed at the gym.
Lastly, try taking some classes. Exercising classes are a great way to meet new people, learn new exercises, stay motivated, and above all: Have fun! Most gyms offer low-cost or free exercise classes with membership or you can check out options at your local community center.
Staying motivated, if you hate exercising, can be hard. But you need to exercise as well as diet if you really want to succeed with your weight loss plan. Make exercise fun and it won’t seem like such a chore.
4 Important Health Reasons to start on a Diet Plan!
Just because you feel ok with a few extra pounds, doesn’t mean it’s ok for your health!
If you are content with your current weight, you belong to the minority of people in the world. Many overweight people say they are happy with their bodies, however, some weight loss may be needed to attain a healthy weight. There are several reasons why you should consider a weight loss plan, even if you don’t mind carrying a few extra pounds.
- First and foremost, if you are overweight, you are at risk for a number of diseases.
The main health risk is heart disease, which can lead to a fatal heart attack. Heart disease develops when your heart has to work extra hard to pump blood through the body. This can occur simply because you are overweight, or it may be the result of high blood pressure and/or high cholesterol. Having high blood pressure and/or high cholesterol can also put you at risk for stroke. A stroke occurs when your brain is deprived of oxygen contained in your blood.
- Being overweight is also a major factor in developing type 2 diabetes.
Due to poor diet, the body loses its ability to break down sugars with insulin, often resulting in the onset of adult onset, or type 2 diabetes. As a matter of fact, roughly 90 percent of newly diagnosed cases of diabetes each year, are type 2 diabetes. The effects of type 2 diabetes can often be managed and halted, if people embark on a weight loss plan and get their weight down to a healthy level.
- Being overweight may also cause issues for women who wish to become pregnant.
When overweight, the body may not be able to produce the necessary chemicals for the hormones needed to ovulate or to carry a child. Even if you do become pregnant, being overweight elevates the risk for miscarriage. Combine this with taking the pill as a form of birth control while being over weight, and even after you’ve stopped the pill, concieving will be twice as hard. But be careful of other forms of birth control, there’s a birth control lawsuit for almost all forms of birth control.
- Lastly, being overweight can also negatively affect your daily life.
You may find it more difficult to purchase clothing in your size or you may find that the clothing available to you is more expensive. When visiting theme parks, you may not be able to ride all of the rides due to size restrictions. When using public transportation, you may be uncomfortable in seating intended for smaller sized passengers.
Starting a weight loss plan to attain a healthy weight, even if you are happy with your current weight, is always a good idea! Attaining and maintaining a healthy weight can ward of a large variety of health problems.
How to Find the Perfect Gym
Of you are on a weight loss plan, you need plenty of exercise to make sure that you’re burning fat and building muscle. One of the best ways to accomplish this is to join a gym. Gyms come in all shapes and sizes, and there may be a number of them in your area. Joining a gym can be expensive, so it is important to carefully consider all of the gyms near your home in order to pick the very best one possible to accommodate your weight loss plan and exercise needs on a daily basis.
The first thing you should consider when looking at gyms are the trainers. If you’ll be taking a class or working with a personal trainer, you’ll want to be sure that you’re working with someone who is experienced. Unfortunately, there are no set qualifications for trainers in the United States, so you should check for gyms that provide training programs for their trainers.
You should also look at the equipment available for your use and the hours the gym is open. A gym that only has one treadmill may not be the best choice, since you may find yourself standing in line for equipment during peak hours. You may also find that your exercise schedule is disrupted if the gym is open during odd or short hours. It is very important to find a place that will allow you to have a great workout at a time of day that is convenient for you.
Cleanliness should also be of concern. All gyms should provide a tour of their facilities, at the very least, or a free trial to check out the gym’s space on your own. If a gym is dirty, you could be susceptible to illnesses as they spread among members at the gym. Be sure that the locker rooms are clean and that antibacterial products to wipe down the machines after workouts are available. Organization is important too-you don’t want to be tripping over weights that are lying on the floor, etc.
Lastly, you should consider prices. Some gym memberships charge by the year while others charge your credit card or send you an invoice every month. Do what works for you. You may end up spending hundreds or thousands of dollars on your gym membership, so it is important to find the gym that best suits your needs. Look at the ones closest to your home, but also consider those a bit farther away if they seem better to join.
How To Prevent Injury While Working Out!
When trying to fit an exercise routine into your weight loss plan, you might be tempted to skip the warm-up routine. Don’t do it! When you skip the warm-up, you are not only putting your body as risk for personal injury, but you are also making the workout more difficult and less effective. For the best results, it is important to warm up every time before working out.
A warm-up only has to be a couple of minutes long. It doesn’t have to be boring either: You can mix up a number of moves to make your warm-up as fun as the rest of your routine. Remember that a good warm-up engages all of your muscles, even if you don’t think that you’ll be working out a particular group of muscles on any given day. Warming up is important, whether you’re doing cardiovascular exercises or lifting weights.
A warm-up shouldn’t be difficult or make you break a sweat. The main goal of the warm- up is to slowly engage all muscles and “wake them up”. Good moves include jogging in place, jumping jacks, lunging, and jump-roping. A warm-up could also include slowly stretching your muscles in a variety of ways, although this is usually more effective for a cool-down. Also, consider moves that work to prepare you for the exercises you will be doing during your actual workout.
If you’re really short on time, why not try warming up before you even get to the gym? Jog or power walk to the gym, park as far away as possible and lunge to the door, take the stairs instead of the elevator. That way, when you get to the gym to work out your warm-up is already half way done.
A good workout always builds in intensity. This is the best way to shed pounds and maintain a healthy weight. Weight-loss workouts are only risky if you don’t warm up. Although you may be tempted to skip this step, it is never a good idea to do so.
How To Start Eating Healthy
An unhealthy diet is a hard habit to break!
Like any other unhealthy habit an unhealthy diet is a hard habit to break. It takes determination, knowledge and diligence to get on the road to a healthy life style, live disease-free and maintain a healthy weight and succeed with your weight loss plan.
The first step to success is to eliminate temptation: Inspect your kitchen, pantry and refrigerator and simply discard any items deemed unhealthy. Other candidates for removal are those identified as contributors to weight gain in your Food Diary. You are keeping a Food Diary, aren’t you? If not, read my article on how to get started on one.
Then stock up on healthy alternatives to these items, such as fresh fruit, whole wheat bread/pastas and water.Now is the time to start thinking of a meal and shopping plan. Write down your menu of healthy meals for each day of the week, check your pantry and make a shopping list for items you will need. What is important here is to consider more small meals and snacks throughout the day, rather than one or two large meals. This will go a long way to keep you from snacking on sugary items during the day. Also, keep in mind to take some time for preparing sack lunches in order to avoid going out for unhealthy fast-food lunches! If you are regularly short of time, set aside a few minutes in the evening to prepare your lunch for the next day.
With your shopping list in hand, shop only for the items on the list – buy nothing else! Go shopping once a week instead of stopping at the store every day, or so! Spend your time at the store wisely, get into the habit of reading the labels on the foods you buy. That habit alone can go a long way in eliminating certain foods from your diet, as you begin to understand your daily nutritional needs, as well as portion sizes.
Of course, Rome wasn’t built in a day either, so it’s ok to take it slow. It can be an expensive proposition to discard and replace half the contents of your pantry! Take your time and during the transition try and educate yourself more about dietary and nutritional requirements and food labels. A slow transition also makes it less likely for you to start craving the unhealthy foods you have been used to and stay the course with your weight loss plan.
“The Best Diet to Follow is No “Diet” at all!”
5 Weight Loss Tricks which Fool your Mind
These tricks can be your keys in succeeding with your Weight Loss Plan!
Have you ever wondered how you could lose some weight without dieting or depriving yourself?
Here are 5 weight loss tricks which fool your mind into eating less without realizing it:
- About a half hour or so before mealtime drink a large glass of water.
Usually it takes a while (20 minutes!) before your brain realizes that you’ve had enough to eat since most people don’t take enough time to eat their meals. By partially filling your stomach with water your brain will get the message faster and you’ll stop eating sooner.
- Eat smaller meals throughout the day rather than just 3 large meals.
By doing so you’ll help yourself circumventing the danger zones during the day where you are most likely to fail in your weight loss efforts. Namely you’ll prevent the dreaded snack attack during the afternoon. Instead make snacks part of your day and plan for them by having nutritious items on hand and to take with you.
- Gain control of portion size by using a smaller plate when you eat.
Try this experiment: Take a large plate and a smaller plate and fill them each with the same exact amount of food. Since the large plate looks “empty” we tend to load more food onto it to make it look “full”. The smaller plate, by virtue of its size, already looks full and subconsciously we are satisfied with the amount of food. This is a totally irrational decision process and by using a small plate for your meals you can cut loads of excess calories without feeling deprived!
- Keep a Food Diary
By keeping a detailed record of what you eat you will quickly recognize the culprits which stand between you and weight loss. Make targeted substitutions by eliminating high calorie/high fat items in your diet with healthier alternatives. These substitutions may be trivial on the surface but can make a big difference. For example, by examining your diary you realize you drink 3 cups of coffee a day and use 3 teaspoons of sugar for each cup. Without record keeping you may not even realize how many sugar calories you are consuming each day. Simply by switching to an alternative sweetening method you can eliminate these sugar calories and you’d never notice the difference.
- Cut down on calories from fountain soft drinks.
If you absolutely can’t stomach the taste of diet soft drinks, at least cut down on the calories of regular soft drinks (a 32 oz. soda packs about 400 calories!!). Sure, get the large size cup, but make sure you fill it with ice first. You can eliminate up to half the calories!
As you can see, there are simple ways to trick yourself into eating less. By employing these tactics you can shed pounds without even trying! And best of all, you don’t feel deprived because these weight loss tricks fool your mind!
How many Calories do I need to cut from my diet?
We all have experienced the dreaded plateau when Being on a weight loss plan. This is usually the point where most people just give up, because they feel they are failing on their weight loss plan. This usually happens when we cut too many calories out of our daily diet.
Yes, to lose weight you need to cut calories; but cut too many and your bodies defense mechanism takes over and adjusts its metabolism, enabling it to maintain all essential functions with less. And thus the cycle begins: maintaining this level over time will leave you feeling miserable and hungry. So you start eating more; just a little…But guess what: Your body is now getting by with less to perform and you are gaining weight, usually back to the point you started and by the time your body gets used to the new calorie level you actually gain weight beyond to where you started your diet. Sounds familiar?
So how can you prevent this from happening?
Well, no big secret: Don’t reduce your calories by too much, and force your body into survival mode.
You say: “How many calories do I need and how many calories should I cut?”
To get the answer a little math is required :
First, you need to figure out how many calories your body requires at rest to maintain its normal body functions. This is called the “Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR)”
The BMR formula uses the variables of height, weight, age and gender. This is more accurate than calculating caloric needs based just on body weight.
The BMR Formula is as follows:
Women: BMR = 655 + (4.35 x weight in pounds) + (4.7 x height in inches) – (4.7 x age in years)
Men: BMR = 66 + (6.23 x weight in pounds) + (12.7 x height in inches) – (6.8 x age in year)
Now that you know your BMR you need to add the calories you burn on a normal day, including any exercise. Now add the BMR and the calories needed to burn for the activities you perform. This total will give you your “Maintenance Level”, meaning this is the amount of calories you can consume without gaining any weight. To safely lose weight and not hit the dreaded plateau, reduce your daily caloric intake by no more than 500 to 700 calories below your total calorie requirement (Maintenance Level).
So What Nutrients Do I Need?
A healthy diet consists of over 30 different nutrients you need to ingest to keep your body not only functioning but also healthy. All these nutrients are contained within these categories: Water, proteins, fats, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals.
Water is required to stave off dehydration and needs to be frequently replenished: 8 glasses per day is the most recommended quantity you need to consume. If you are on a weight loss plan even more is recommended. Although foods such as fruits contain water, you should still stick to the recommended 8 glasses.
You need the amino acids contained in proteins to build and maintain muscles. Proteins are also essential in breaking down some of the hormones needed for our bodies to function. Meat, eggs and soy products are great sources of proteins. Look mainly for lean proteins in your diet, as derived from lean meats, poultry and fish.
Fats and carbohydrates are the most misunderstood nutrients. Yes you do need them, but look out: There are good fats and carbohydrates and there are bad! Look for less saturated fats and more polyunsaturated fats. As with carbohydrates, look for carbohydrates from whole grain sources and avoid “empty” carbohydrates, mostly found in highly processed foods. Both excess fats and carbohydrates are stored in the body as fat. This is why you need to regulate the intake of both to maintain a healthy weight.
Lastly, vitamins and minerals are provided in most natural foods we consume: Fruits, vegetables and grains. You may opt for vitamin supplements but if you are practicing an unhealthy diet to begin with, the consumption of supplements is of limited benefit, as most vitamins need other substances to be able to be absorbed by the body.
To get the most nutritional benefit from your diet follow this rule: The closer to its original source the food you consume is, the better. This means to choose more fruits and vegetables, as well as healthy, home-cooked meals. Here you are in control of all ingredients you consume. Stay away as much as possible from processed canned and boxed foods, as well as fast food and restaurant meals. These are mostly loaded with extremely unhealthy ingredients, such as excess sugars and sodium, saturated fats and “dead” carbohydrates. Here you have no control over the ingredients! Plus, you’ll also be unable to lose weight and probably will find yourself a few pounds heavier every other couple of years!
As always, when embarking on any weight loss plan or exercise regimen talk to your doctor about your endeavors before you begin such a journey. You may also want to consult a nutritionist.
Remember This: The Closer To Its Original Source The Food You Consume Is, The Better!
How Does The Atkins Diet Work?
Over the past few decades, the Atkins diet has really hit the diet world with full force as one of the most popular weight loss plans. This health phenomenon is based on “Dr. Atkin’s New Diet Revolution”, a book by Dr. Robert C. Atkins. His concept for weight loss is, that one needs to be concerned with the carbohydrates one consumes, not the fat. Many people have found great success using the Atkins diet. However, it is not for everyone. Before you start the Atkins diet talk to your doctor to make sure it is a good idea for you.
When you’re on the Atkins diet, there will be little calorie counting, but say good-bye to junk foods and processed foods. You will also be eating few carbohydrates and many foods high in protein. By reducing your intake of carbohydrates, you will enter a phase in your body called ketosis. During ketosis, your body will burn fat in the body for fuel, before using the foods in your diet, which will in turn reduce insulin production, which will in turn prevent more fat from being stored.
There are four main stages of the Atkins weight loss plan: induction, ongoing weight loss, pre-maintenance, and maintenance. During the first two weeks, you are in the induction stage. During this time, many people report losing 15 pounds or more, simply because carbohydrate intake is cut down to 20 grams every day. The only carbs you can have are low-carb vegetables, and even then they are very limited.
The second stage, known as ongoing weight loss, will let you have 25 grams of carbs every day. You will then move on to pre-maintenance, in which you can try out other foods to see what carbohydrates you can add into your diet. After you’ve reached your weight loss goals, you may eat all “good” carbs. Choosing healthy carbs will become a way of life.
As with any diet, you will need to exercise to lose weight. Also, some people have called the safety of the Atkins diet into question, because of its rather drastic methods. Some people say that the diet only makes you regain your lost weight, as soon as you hit the maintenance level.
The key is to establish a weight loss plan that works for you and is healthy for your body.
Review of The Diet Solution Program
The Diet Solution Program
With so many weight loss plans out on the market and on the internet today, what makes this program any different than all the rest?
Before I get to the program, let’s take a look at the expert behind this program. Isabel De Los Rios is a nutrition and exercise specialist with 10 years of experience helping clients reach their ideal weight and tackle conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, and high cholesterol.
Isabel has a very extensive educational background in nutrition and exercise physiology. Her personal experience with her own weight struggles and her mother’s severe diabetes led her search for the BEST nutrition information available today. The Diet Solution Program is a result of her 15 year study and research.
I’ve also asked Isabel about her training and education background, before using and reviewing the program, and I’ll be honest: It was impressive! Unlike other so-called “health experts”, who are just following main stream nutrition programs. Isabel provides her readers with the truth: the facts most people have never taken the time to research, read and decipher.
Plus, Isabel has been a nutrition and exercise specialist for the past 10 years and has personally worked with hundreds of clients in her own private facility, overseeing successful weight loss programs. This hands on experience with real people solidified the facts and principles she had learned in books, journals and from other health professionals. The proof was really in the results of real people.
In fact, Isabel’s articles are pretty radical when it comes to her nutrition principles which is why her approach works when main-stream nutrition fails. So if you are looking for the same old nutrition theories taught in every other book and program on the market today, this is not the program for you.
Now one of the biggest questions about the program is simply, “What is The Diet Solution Program?” Well according to Isabel, it is the most comprehensive and detailed nutrition manual available on the market today. Not only does it teach you exactly what principles you need to follow to finally reach your ideal weight, it gives you the meal plans, shopping lists and recipes to do so. It does not push some extreme, unreasonable way to lose weight.
It actually teaches you how you can make this healthy way of eating into a lifestyle. And if you have ever attempted to lose weight in the past, you know that the only way to maintain it is to make it a way of life.
The best part about Isabel’s weight loss plan is that this new way of life is not some torturous eating regimen. She really shows you that you can eat delicious food, combined the right way, to lose weight and maintain it.
One of the best side effects of the whole program is the increased health and vitality that every participant experiences. Decreases in blood sugar levels, lowered cholesterol, increased energy, elimination of digestive discomfort and cleared skin conditions are just some of the few benefits other people have already experienced.
Frankly, I am using the program myself and highly recommend it. Why? Because, as I said above, I am tired of following nutrition plans that do not work. Yes, I want to be at my ideal weight but I also want to maintain a healthy body at the same time and not have to resort to extreme, radical methods. The Diet Solution Program helped me lose weight already and I feel healthy and energized at the same time. The program is a real time-saver, as it takes all the time consuming research out of the task of coming up with a nutritional weight loss plan on your own!
Included in the program is:
- Step by step action steps telling you exactly how to put the principles in place
- Detailed daily meal plans that make everyday eating easy
- Shopping Lists to make food shopping a snap
- Delicious Recipes to make everyday meals tasty
The manual is comprehensive: Jam packed with incredible and valuable information. But you don’t need to wait to get through the whole thing before you can start. You can use Isabel’s Quick Start Guide to start the program ASAP. Some people have even just used the quick start guide and lost 10-15lbs in a little as 6 weeks.
The Diet Solution Program is not just another weight loss scheme or extreme diet. It is truly THE way to lose weight and enjoy a lifetime of health. The Diet Solution Program is perfect for people who have struggled with their weight their whole life and are sick and tired of programs that just don’t work long term. The DSP is also perfect for people who want to take control of their health and reverse health conditions like diabetes, high cholesterol and heart disease.
If you’re in the slightest bit curious, I recommend you look closely at Isabel’s program. I was very impressed with all of The Diet Solution Program meal plans, the bonuses, the guarantee, and Isabel’s expertise. For the money, it’s the best deal in the weight loss industry – so much better than diet pills! And remember…
The Diet Solution Program is backed by a 90 day money back guarantee. And this is a real guarantee… if you are not completely satisfied, you will receive your money back, no “ifs,” “ands,” or “buts.” So you really have nothing to lose.