National Survey Reveals Why So Many Fail At Weight Loss—Lack Of Will Power

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Scooop.net (http://www.scooop.net), a next generation media site based on democratic voting principles and active participation of its members, released the results of its weekly hot topic poll regarding the nation’s view on why so many Americans fail at losing weight. Four out of ten of those surveyed blame lack of will power and heredity as the chief cause for the failure to succeed at losing weight. Thirty four percent of the survey respondents feel that fast food and a bad diet are the primary cause for the lack of success in weight reduction.

Scooop.net (http://www.scooop.net), a next generation media site based on democratic voting principles and active participation of its members, released the results of its weekly hot topic poll regarding the nation’s view on why so many Americans fail at losing weight. Four out of ten of those surveyed blame lack of will power and heredity as the chief cause for the failure to succeed at losing weight. Thirty four percent of the survey respondents feel that fast food and a bad diet are the primary cause for the lack of success in weight reduction.

Scooop.net conducted its “Hot Topic” study to discover what people really thought about the subject of weight loss, and to try to identify the solutions that people felt could really solve the weight loss riddle.

When asked what system of weight management or weight loss they felt was the most effective, 42% answered that exercise was the best remedy. An additional 25.9% said that dieting could be successful through better food consumption (better foods).

Fifty four percent of those surveyed said that they had made New Years resolutions about weight loss. This survey comes at the time of year when a large number of Americans are attempting to lose weight. Many people refer to this part of the year as weight loss season.

Sixty seven percent of those surveyed stated that they needed to lose 20 or more pounds. Seventy two percent answered yes when asked whether they had ever tried to lose weight using a specific program.

Scooop.net was launched to give the public at large a voice in what news they feel is important, and to provide a platform for Americans to clearly voice their opinions about the important issues of the day. Each week, a new topic will be selected from the news headlines, identified and voted on by Scooop.net members.

This week’s hot topic will revolve around whether or not many of the mainstream marketing and advertising systems used by businesses today are even effective in this new era of communication involving the Internet, wireless devices, and with the development of TiVo.

Scooop.net was created and launched by In Touch Media Group, which is an online marketing and PR firm specializing in generating Website visitors, and customers for its business clients using a combination of effective systems, including search engine advertising, publicity, and other marketing services. The company employs online market research to dramatically increase the effectiveness of search engine advertising, targeted publicity, and strategically placed Website advertising.

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In Touch Media Group (ITOU.OB) is an online marketing and PR firm which specializes in generating Website visitors and customers for its business clients using a combination of effective systems, including search engine advertising, publicity, and other marketing services. The company employs online market research to dramatically increase the effectiveness of search engine advertising, targeted publicity, and strategically placed Website advertising.

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