Denise was motivated to lose weight by her upcoming wedding. Our concern is whether she has made the behavioural changes which will allow her to keep her great figure for the next 20 years, when perhaps the motivation levels won’t be as high.
(PRWEB UK) 24 June 2013
DietAssist has responded to news yesterday that Denise Welch has lost around 2 stone in preparation for her upcoming wedding, saying that with the right motivation anyone can lose weight and achieve the same results.
Denise Welch may well be glowing about her upcoming wedding, but the Loose Women presenter will no doubt be radiating confidence on the big day thanks to her weight loss results.
Having lost 2 stone for her wedding day at The Ritz Hotel next month, the TV personality is certainly on her way to the dream day she was hoping for.
The smile couldn't be wiped from Denise's face as she walked around the pool at a luxury spa, while her fiancé splashed around in the water, and that smile is testament as to how her confidence has grown by losing weight.
Her upcoming wedding, where she will be the centre of attention and have lots of people taking photographs, has undoubtedly been a strong motivator in her weight loss. But what has she done to ensure she maintains her great new figure going forward?
DietAssist co-creator Paul Howard said, “Denise has done incredibly well and is to be congratulated. However, the sad truth is that millions of people around the globe achieve the same sort of weight loss, only to put it back on again."
"Denise was motivated to lose weight by her upcoming wedding. Our concern is whether she has made the behavioural changes which will allow her to keep her great figure for the next 20 years, when perhaps the motivation levels won’t be as high."
"The DietAssist programme was specifically designed for exactly that purpose. It not only makes diets more successful in the short term, it also to ensures the weight stays off and the cycle of Yo-Yo dieting is stopped.”
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.
Julie, who used DietAssist to lose 2 stone just like Denise Welch, said, "I had never really thought my weight issues were about what was going on inside my head. All of a sudden, I felt in control, no longer constantly thinking about food or what I am eating next. I eat smaller portions and don’t pick."
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.