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Eat At Ease

New British diet site sets out to carve their niche in the industry.

BACKGROUND Start the Diet Now Advertisement

If only you had a professional to help you manage your diet and guide you toward the right nutritional decisions before battling another lose-lose diet. Accommodating meetings with a dietitian or trainer or even justifying the expense in your budget make it seem impossible. However, EatAtEase.com, a new online dietitian clinic, is committed to providing you this invaluable service for a reasonable price. You'll receive sound advice that is completely customized to you.

EatAtEase.com came on the scene in early 2007, with a mission to counsel people on an individual basis to give them the diet advice and direction they need most. The site is based out of the UK and you'll actually work with dietitians from the UK. However, more of their customers are from the U.S.

EatAtEase does meet USDA guidelines to support the American customers, as well as the guidelines of British health organizations like the Registered Health Professional and British Dietetic Association.

EatAtEase offers many valuable services, some of which are available at no cost and others for a minimal fee.

The site offers a free diet review that captures more information than most diet site free reviews. This will assess basic information like age, sex, weight and height, but also incorporate how much protein, dairy, fruits and vegetables are in your diet, the amount of liquid you consume and how much exercise you engage in. The result is a fairly high-level assessment that could help you make positive changes.

PRO
  • One-on-one, customized consultations with registered dietitians

  • Reviews food journals, medical history and lifestyle as part of detailed analysis

  • Food School, Food Analysis Tool, Goal Setting and more

  • Commitment to exercise

  • Focused on healthier lifestyle - not a quick, overnight fix

  • Reasonably priced

  • All consultations are done online

  • Strives to accommodate American users.

CON
  • For American users, you might find a slight disconnect as you'll be working with British-based dietitians

  • All prices are represented in British Pounds

  • They do take major credit cards, international charges can sometimes incur an additional fee

  • EatAtEase is not affilliated with any US-health organizations

DIET and NUTRITION

Specific food and recipe instruction will come as a result of your personalized plan from the dietitian. EatAtEase does appear to promote a balanced diet, not focusing on the removal of one or many groups of food.

As part of your membership, you'll have access to the EatAtEase Food School. This program will teach you which foods to eat and why, how to read food labels and help you set practical goals.

EXERCISE

The program is very pro-exercise. They want you to get up and move - at least 30 minutes of moderate exercise a few times a week. Again, specific recommendations will be made according to your personalized plan.

CONCLUSION

EatAtEase.com appears to have done their homework and put the right, qualified people in place to help you. They are committed to giving you the support you need in a variety of areas. As with most programs, there are more benefits and you'll probably get more out of it when you pay for the full membership. However, unlike other sites, EatAtEase actually gives quite a bit of detail in the free review.

While the site is UK-based and has many American customers, there could be a little more advertisement of converted U.S. dollar prices to save the consumers time. All-in-all, EatAtEase will provide balanced and nutritional instruction for living a healthier lifestyle.

Common Misspellings

EatEase, EatEasy, Eat@Ease


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Rob

I've tried a few 'free' reviews (usually just your BMI!) and this was easily the best by far, recommend to everyone to try.



   
 

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