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6 Ways to Supercharge Your Weight Loss Resolution

John McGran, chief editor at Diet-to-Go, has been covering the fields of diet, fitness and health since 2000. He writes from the perspective of a dieter rather than a dietitian.

Starting a diet is easy. Heck, I’ve started at least two dozen diets over the past 30 years. You want tough? Try sticking to a diet through thick and thin! Oh, I see… you have tried sticking to a diet.

There are many reasons we fall off the diet wagon. I think the biggest reason has to be a lack of perceived progress. It could be a stuck scale needle or a dress or pants size that refuses to drop.

So here we are. It’s early in the New Year and we’re determined to make this the last diet we’ll ever need. So far, so good… right?

Consider these doable tips as belated holiday gifts from your pal Mr. Bad Food, the Santa Claus of Slimming!
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6 Stress-Free Steps to a Healthier Lifestyle

John McGran, chief editor at Diet-to-Go, has been covering the fields of diet, fitness and health since 2000. He writes from the perspective of a dieter rather than a dietitian.

No more yo-yo dieting in the New Year. In 2011 we’re going to key in on developing a long-term healthy lifestyle, not a short-term trendy weight loss episode. Once you make healthy living your way of life… well, you really don’t need diets anymore.

There are only six steps to a healthier lifestyle:

Step 1: Make a commitment… and stick with it!

You want to lose weight and be healthier, right? Of course. So let’s resolve to do it for real this year. Grab a pen and a piece of paper and start writing…
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Diet Coupons Center Now Available at DietsInReview.com

Looking to save on your new year’s resolution? Then look no further than the diet coupons center here at DietsInReview.com!

We’ve gathered coupons for diet and weight loss brands, fitness products, healthy food products, and so much more, to make it convenient and more affordable to successfully manage your weight loss and healthy living goals.

We’re constantly updating with the newest coupon offers we can find, and host a broad range of brands. You’re sure to find just what you were looking for… or maybe something you didn’t even know you wanted!

You can see all the diet coupons here, or click to see the main page for some of the more popular brands:
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5 Proven Ways to Stop Yo-Yo Dieting

John McGran, chief editor at Diet-to-Go, has been covering the fields of diet, fitness and health since 2000. He writes from the perspective of a dieter rather than a dietitian.

They call it the yo-yo effect – losing weight only to gain back the lost pounds and more. It’s one of the most frustrating occurrences for dieters. But if you follow five simple tactics, you will avoid regaining lost weight.

1. React quickly - It’s natural for your weight to fluctuate a few pounds, but if you see the scale needle jump five pounds, take action NOW! Don’t wait until you find yourself on that slippery slope back to your old weight. Simply renew your commitment and pick up the calorie-burning pace of your fitness plan and you’ll see the extra weight come off again.
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The 10 Worst Foods in Your Fridge

John McGran, chief editor at Diet-to-Go, has been covering the fields of diet, fitness and health since 2000. He writes from the perspective of a dieter rather than a dietitian.

I bet you didn’t know that November 15 is “Clean Out Your Refrigerator Day” or that November 29 is “Throw Out Your Leftovers Day.” But I bet you do know that your refrigerator is crammed with foods that don’t fit well with your desire to eat healthy and lose weight.

So please join me, Mr. Bad Food, for our first annual “out with the old, in with the new” push for a healthier tomorrow – and an easier start to our next great weight loss attempt.

It’s time to turn a cold shoulder to the 10 worst foods in your fridge.

1. Mayo - If you’re like me, more is better when it comes to mayo. So while a little won’t hurt you, a lot will. A quarter-cup of mayo will make your sandwich savory, but at the cost of an extra 360 calories and 40 grams of fat.
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