Open Alternative to WeightWatchers Launched

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Overweight is today's main health concern and cause of diabetes and strokes. Obesity can be effectively treated but it's not available everyone - like low income families. Free online diet now launched to help this segment get healthy.

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I have been overweight myself but found that through simple steps, guidance and discipline I was able to lose weight

Lack of access to effective dieting programs is likely one reason why the obesity epidemic hits lower income families hardest. Many can not afford effective weight loss programs such as WeightWatchers.

Slimlet.com, a new free online diet, has been launched providing guidance and tools free of charge to everyone who wishes to lose weight. The open initiative is based on a diary type diet. The application calculates the users' daily energy consumption and assists the user to stay under this limit which has proven very effective.

"I have been overweight myself but found that through simple steps, guidance and discipline I was able to lose weight" Patricia Feddersen, founder of Slimlet.com said. She added that the diet actively supports and guides the user in the process of losing weight but that a certain amount of motivation is needed.

Ambitions of Slimlet.com are to provide all overweight individuals with equal opportunities to become healthier regardless of financial resources. Patricia Feddersen is committed to help stopping the obesity epidemic and expect that the service has hundred thousand members during the fourth quarter.

Note to Editors: In case of questions please email Patricia Feddersen at patricia @ slimlet.com and she will call you back.

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