Free "iPhone Diet" Makes 2008 New Year's Resolution Automatic

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Use your iPhone or PDA to stick to a healthy diet for good.

As the new year is upon us, countless people will state their New Year's resolutions and begin what mostly will end in failure, because - as we've all heard before - diets don't work. But why?

"The diet itself is rarely the problem," says Thorsten Hoins, creator of the iPhone Diet. "Being overweight is the result of bad eating habits. The healthy way to lose weight - and to not gain it back - is to permanently replace those bad eating habits with good ones."

No discipline needed!

"Unfortunately, I don't have that kind of disciplineā€¦and from what I hear, I'm not alone." Hoins reasons that most people, just like him, know how to lose weight, but that that knowledge isn't making a lasting difference. So, to break the unhealthy yo-yo dieting cycle, Hoins designed a diet - using only his iPhone - that requires no discipline, no food restrictions, no shakes, no pills, nor any of the other short term fixes usually associated with fad diets.

It also doesn't require any money ... so the diet is available at, free of charge. "The iPhone Diet is my gift to the frustrated dieter. I feel blessed to have come up with this truly effortless diet for my own personal useā€¦and am humbled by the opportunity to share it," Hoins continues. "There is nothing more valuable than health and I consider this opportunity to permanently improve the health of others a great privilege."

About makes available, free-of-charge, the iPhone Diet - an automatic path to healthy eating habits and lifelong weight management. It was designed in 2001 by Thorsten Hoins for his own, personal use. Thorsten built in response to requests he received from friends and colleagues to share his diet - when it became obvious to them that, whatever it was he was doing, was working. iPhone® is a registered trademark of Apple Inc.

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