When the relationship to food changes so does the overwhelming desire for inappropriate amounts and types of food.
(PRWEB UK) 7 March 2013
We all know that the average man needs around 2,500 calories a day to stay the same weight. A woman needs slightly less, at around 2,000 calories a day. But that’s fine to maintain weight, but how many calories to lose weight?
Today, DietAssist has issued clear and concise advice that helps people understand, in simple and clear language that we can all understand, how many calories we should reduce our intake by.
They equate the reduction to things like a chocolate bar or pint of lager.
With the myriad of diets on the market it is often confusing for people to understand what they need to achieve to lose weight. This advice is designed to make it easy for their clients to understand what they need to do, regardless of the diet they have chosen.
Paul Howard, co-creator of DietAssist, said “The great thing about the DietAssist programme is that it is very effective at helping our clients achieve and maintain weight loss, not only in the short term, but also long term as it changes the way they relate to food. When the relationship to food changes so does the overwhelming desire for inappropriate amounts and types of food.”
The main problem for most people on a diet is keeping up their motivation to maintain their diet. DietAssist help them do this by helping them feel that their eating behaviour is normal for them.
The DietAssist programme is the result of over 20 years experience of helping people to lose weight effectively, and uses the latest psychological techniques to avoid the self sabotage and demotivation that dieters commonly experience.
The DietAssist programme helps dieters strengthen their motivation and resolve and creates the optimum psychological state for success. It is designed to work alongside any weight loss programme or sensible eating plan.