DietAssist responds to research that women would prefer weight loss to a pay rise

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According to research reported by Yahoo this week, more than a third of British women would rather lose weight on their diet than gain £1,000 on their annual salary.

DietAssist now available as a 2 DVD, 3 CD set as well as online

DietAssist now available as a 2 DVD, 3 CD set as well as online

We were very surprised by the weight loss rate achieved so far. In fact even the study subjects were surprised by the amount and the speed with which they have achieved it.

According to the research, a large percentage of women would prefer to shed pounds than get a pay rise.

Given the harsh economic climate it seems incredible that 35 per cent of working women said they'd rather have a bikini body like Kelly Brook than a £1,000 salary increase.

The survey also revealed that almost one in 10 would happily give up £1000 of their salary if it meant losing a stone effortlessly.

Early results from a study by DietAssist, due to complete in 2 weeks time, show that people on the DietAssist programme lose an average of 3 lbs a week, with the highest losing 5lbs of weight in a week, with participants on the current study saying they are finding DietAssist easy to follow and stick to.

If the final result follows these results, it would mean that a woman could, on average, lose a stone in less than 5 weeks simply by changing their attitude towards food.

All without needing to go to the drastic expense suggested by the pay rise research.

Paul Howard, from DietAssist, said “Our first premise when designing the DietAssist programme was to find a way for people to get off of the yo-yo diet merry-go-round. It does that very effectively, creating the optimum psychological environment not just to lose weight but also to keep it off.”

“We were very surprised by the weight loss rate achieved so far. In fact even the study subjects were surprised by the amount and the speed with which they have achieved it.”

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.

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