Exeter, UK (PRWEB) March 28, 2007
A personal fitness trainer from Exeter, UK has launched an exciting new diet designed to combat convenience snacking.
Simon Lovell has developed 'The Lunch Box Diet' over the past twelve months in conjunction with his Fitness First gym client base and is already receiving international interest via his web site since the recent launch.
The concept assists dieters with reducing daily hunger pangs, controlling weight and tackling low energy levels, especially for those in jobs where it's the norm to 'grab when you can'. The diet, also backed by national gym chain Fitness First in the UK promotes frequent healthy eating with building in what you enjoy. It's especially good for those who are at work and find by lunch time they're craving bad calories. The diet is not only aimed at those with weight problems but those who want to improve the value of the nutrients in their diet. The concept works by picking from various food groups and adding it all to a daily food box between your breakfast and evening meal.
Anthony Stuart has been using the diet for the past few months: "Simon's lunchbox eating plan/diet was excellent for me as I work in a busy office and usually just work through my lunch break. I was able to eat small amounts from the lunchbox all day long so my energy levels were maintained and I no longer suffered from the post-lunch slump I was used to! There are literally thousands of different combinations you can have on a daily basis so I never get bored with lunch. So far my girlfriend and I have both lost half a stone on 'The lunchbox Diet' and feel fantastic."
The diet's creator Simon Lovell 'aka The Heat' said: "The diet makes sense for many people, especially those working and who find that they are always impulse snacking. When people read the diet they will get a better understanding of why it's important to consume the kinds of foods allowed within 'The Lunch Box Diet'. It was easy to develop the diet as so many clients have the same problems when it comes to nutrition, they snack because they're hungry at lunch and that's what the diet mainly tackles."
Those wishing to purchase the digital diet can do so at http://www.theheatfitness.co.uk for £5.95.
For more information please contact
Simon Lovell simon(at)theheatfitness.co.uk