RatingDietPlans.com Has Created The Ultimate List of Holiday Dieting Tips
Despite the simplicity of the winning strategy, far too many people go through life succeeding for short periods, only to lose the discipline required to stay the course. In “Get Smart or Get Screwed”, friend and author, Paul Merriman wrote that over his life he had lost (and gained) about 4,000 pounds. He had purchased almost every major diet book that came out over the past 50 years, and he had participated in more weight-loss programs and gone to more gyms than he could count. He related that his experiences had taught him lessons that apply to investing.
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20, 2013 TAMPA, Fla., Nov. 20, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — http://www.RatingDietPlans.com , a website designed to help people find their perfect diet plan, has released a November feature titled ” 26 Holiday Dieting Tips That Will Keep You Food Coma Free! ” While many think of the holiday season as “the most wonderful time of the year”, there are also those that absolutely dread this time. For those that are watching their waistlines and trying to lose weight, the holiday season can be some of the most stressful times because of the never-ending temptations that creep up at each and every holiday event they attend.
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Is Dieting Worth the Trouble?
We analyzed the 20 most rigorous tests of low-calorie, low-fat, or low-carbohydrate diets that looked at how much weight people kept off for two or more years. According to these randomized controlled trials, which are the gold standard form of evidence for any treatment, the average amount of weight loss maintained by dieters for at least two years didn’t even reach two pounds. Average weight change among diet subjects in 20 studies by length of follow-up. Average difference in weight change between diet subjects and control subjects in the same studies by length of follow-up. The size of the symbol (from smallest to largest) indicates the starting sample size: under 100, under 200, over 200, over 1,000, and over 10,000. Solid circles indicate that less than 20 percent of starting sample dropped out of the study.
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