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Different Kinds of Dieting

Different Kinds of Dieting

At the Diet Center, we’re different than everybody else.

Sure, you may have heard that before, but this business actually innovates on the weight-loss industry’s traditional way of thinking.

When you look at the diet systems that came out of the 1980s and 1990s, a lot of them were ‘silver bullet’ systems. That means they had one solution for everyone – but weight loss is not a one-size-fits-all business. No pun intended!

If you’ll pardon the bad pun, what we mean is that different people need different ways to control their weight.

A weight-loss program that has “a big secret” is one to watch out for – unless they spell out their methods beforehand, it can seem a little like a snake-oil shop!

You can have the best system in the world, but it’s going to work for some people better than it does for others.

At the Diet Center, we have no less than four different fundamental programs to help people to lose the weight and keep it off.

For example, there’s the weight loss formula, a capsule that boosts the metabolism while suppressing appetite. When you kill those cravings that keep you trapped in your vicious cycle, great things are possible.

Aside from that, though, we also have a number of meal planning systems, such as “Exclusively You” where we assist clients in curating and collecting the right foods to interact with their body in the most positive way. The customization of diet is important, and our staff work with each individual to figure out the best ways for he or she to tackle the essential question of diet.

This is important – we know that weight loss is tied to diet, but it’s not enough to just tell someone that. Eat differently! Sure, but how?

When you look into our exclusive diet and nutritional programs, you see how we approach weight loss from a data-driven perspective. The science behind these diets allows you to shed pounds without feeling like you’re stuffing your daily meals into a carefully prescribed regimen that will ultimately break down when you backslide.

Another major part of our business is thermogenics, where we treat the body with specific vitamins and minerals while renovating diet in a particular way. All of this has scientific backing – it’s not just a “help yourself” program where we talk about willpower. Of course, willpower is important, but scientifically, weight gain or weight loss is an inherently biological process – so it pays to look into the nutrition science rather than just push “willpower.”

This is not your mother or father’s weight loss program. We are setting the bar high and using the newest science to provide our clients with ways to reduce their weight in significant amounts. Take a closer look and see how the Diet Center can help you to drop pounds, feel fitter and get more stamina and drive, and decrease your vulnerability to chronic conditions like diabetes. We’re here for you!

Should you keep a Fitness Checklist

Should you keep a Fitness Checklist?

Keeping a fitness checklist can have its advantages and disadvantages. Many people fill that a checklist is necessary in order for them to stick to their diet and exercise plans. Others may fill that the list created more pressure and makes it harder to focus on the outcome of the fitness plan.

Pros

A checklist can be helpful to many people who are trying to follow a fitness plan to lose weight or get healthy. The list can include specific exercises and when they should be done as well as diet food and when they should be eaten. Many people use the list to ensure that they are following their fitness plan correctly and are not forgetting anything. A checklist is also a good way to look back on accomplishments and stay motivated.

Cons

Although a checklist can help many people, it can have the opposite effect for many others. It can be difficult to stick to a fitness plan at time, especially when just starting out. Failing to complete a checklist each day can make a person feel like a failure. This can cause them to stop a diet or fitness plan because they feel as if they are not up to the challenge or simply cannot do it. The checklist can also lead many people to cheat on their diet or exercise routine by picking and choosing the items on the list they want to follow and leaving out the ones they do not like or find too challenging.

The Right Fitness Plan

Before you can create a checklist of all your fitness goals and accomplishments, you need to find an effective program that helps you lose weight. You don’t want to settle for a diet or weight loss program that you won’t stick with. The whole point in making a checklist is to help you accomplish your weight loss goals. Don’t be afraid to try something new and remember to stick with it and give it a fair chance.

Before making a fitness checklist, think about the type of person you are and how you react to failure or disappointment. If you think a checklist will help you stick to your fitness plan than create one, otherwise do not make one or hold off until you are more comfortable with the plan and are able to stay motivated. You can reach your weight loss goals with a little work.

Why Avoid Fad Diets

Why Avoid Fad Diets

The most popular new year resolves to lose weight. Many people start strong and continue their weight loss journey, while others fall off the bandwagon. There are many diet plans and weight loss supplements that all claim the same thing: lose weight quickly and keep it off. But not all weight loss programs were created equal. For example, one weight loss program that omits carbohydrates has caused kidney failure in patients. So, if some weight loss programs cause health problems, which one is reliable? Diet Center Midsouth has been around since 1973, and the customers are raving about the health benefits and most importantly, the weight loss. There’s one thing the Diet Center doesn’t endorse, and that’s a fad diet. There are reasons why you should avoid fad diets.

Unrealistic Weight Loss Claim

I’m sure you’ve heard the old cliché if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Most weight loss programs boast about the ability to lose weight unbelievably quickly. While Diet Center Midsouth offers rapid weight loss we also get lasting results. Any claim to lose a significant amount of weight within a short time probably won’t last in the long run. Most people gain the weight back. You’ll also lose bone, water, and muscle.

Limitations

Be aware of diets that restrict a food group or nutrient all together, such as carbohydrates. After a while, it gets boring to eat the same monotonous food plan all the time. What ends up happening is you get bored eating the same foods, you crave what you’ve omitted from your diet, and you end up going overboard. Hence, you gain the pounds back.

Specific Food Combinations

No evidence eating a combination of foods at a certain point in the day will help lose weight. Instead, try not to skip breakfast since it’s the most important meal of the day. Don’t skip meals period.

Rigid Menus

Like the previous two sections, a rigid menu could cause you to become tired of eating the same meals every day. The Diet Center Midsouth promote a variety of delicious meals, so you’re never bored.

How the Diet Center is Different

According to consumers, with the Diet Center’s programs, they’re able to eat what they want while losing weight. There are delicious recipes on the website you can try. So far it seems the recipes cut out sugar and is replaced with healthier ingredients, including sugar substitute.

Fad diets are prevalent today. They may help you lose weight (rapidly), but most times, people can’t maintain their weight. They feel deprived of eating from certain food groups; thus, they end up gaining the pounds back. The Diet Center Midsouth doesn’t endorse fad diets. Instead, they feel you can eat healthy food without depriving yourself. A healthy diet in addition to exercise will help you lose weight and keep it off. The Diet Center offers weight loss patches. The patches contain botanicals that help curb cravings, burn fat, and suppress hunger.

High-Fat Diet Plans May Lead to Chronic Inflammation

There’s currently a lot of debate surrounding diet plans that utilize fat as their primary mechanism of caloric intake. There is loads of research that supports the body breaking down to supply energy to the body in the absence of traditionally carbohydrate-heavy diets. The question is whether it is safe for the body to consume high-levels of fat and what implications that fat has for your overall health. To be very clear, fat is an essential part of healthy nutrition and we recommend eating healthy “good” fats like olive oil, nuts and salmon. Give us some butter on our sweet potatoes any day!

“As we now know, internal inflammation is one of the biggest factors that encourages weight gain and slows the metabolism.”

The issue at large is that while consumption of high levels of fat may encourage your body to use fat as energy, it still must be taken into consideration that too much of a good thing can have bad consequences. In a 2010 study by University of California physiologists, it was found that eating a high-fat diet plan is linked to changes in gut microbiota and the development of “low grade” systemic inflammation.  As we now know, internal inflammation is one of the biggest factors that encourages weight gain and slows the metabolism. Additionally, changes in the bacterial landscape of the gut can mean that the body is not only absorbing nutrients poorly but failing to fully break down essential components of fat into energy and simply storing them instead.

“…high-fat diets may be affecting sleeping patterns which then disrupt many of the functions of the body”

A recent study has also found preliminary evidence of linkage between high-fat diets and potentially adverse impacts on circadian sleep rhythm. That means high-fat diets may be affecting sleeping patterns which can then disrupt many of the functions of the body. Poor sleep can lead to an overproduction of the hormone cortisol which encourages fat storage around the midsection and serves as just another reason not to overload on bacon simply because it is not carbohydrates.

Another interesting find of the study is that an energy-dense diet has an effect on the vagus nerve, which is responsible for controlling much of our digestive tract. Energy dense is simply another way of saying high calorie and includes items such as fast food, cheeseburgers, high-fat foods, processed foods, etc. These high-fat diets have been found to alter the communication between our vagus nerve and the digestive tract in a way that signals to the body to store more fat. The implications of these studies warrants more research but what is clear is that the digestive system is being altered in some way by consumption of fat that may have negative side effects on metabolism, fat storage, hormones and much more.

“Nutrition should not only be a proper balance of healthy foods, it must also seek to address factors such as inflammation, hormone imbalance and the complex interactions of the human body.”

The Diet Center Program is a proponent of the balanced approach to macronutrients with healthy levels of fat, carbohydrates and proteins. We believe all the food groups are great and choosing selections from every day foods is sustainable for keeping the weight off. In fact, studies support that diets with balanced levels of healthy fats not only decrease inflammation, they actually discourage fat storage. Nutrition should not only be a proper balance of healthy foods, it must also seek to address factors such as inflammation, hormone imbalance and the complex interactions of the human body. Our scientifically formulated nutraceutical-grade supplements such as our Herbal Formula II and  AM/PM Weight Control Patch address many of these factors in order for clients to achieve their quickest and easiest weight loss for lasting results.

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Your Guide to Meal Timing, Frequency and Ratios

Ready for fast and easy results that will motivate you to stay with it until goal? Healthy eating begins with balance. You want to balance your food intake, increase variety and also be conscious of when and how much you are eating to get amazing results on the scale. Balancing the food on your plate, eating all of the food on your Diet Center plan daily and eating your meals at great times will lead to optimal weight-loss results.

What you eat is important, however, how much and why you eat is essential to your weight-loss success. At Diet Center we want you to have both rapid weight loss and lasting results. Proper portions, meal timing, ratios, not skipping meals and eating frequently heals your metabolism and prepares your body to burn stored fat for fuel and achieve lasting weight-loss results. Here are some helpful guidelines for Meal Timing and Frequency on your Diet Center Program.

Eat 30-45 Minutes After Waking

After a long night’s sleep, your body will require nourishment for energy. Diet Center recommends eating breakfast within 30-45 minutes of waking to provide your body with energy and help to prevent overeating later in the day. Before eating breakfast drink 8 to 16 ounces of water to prepare your bodily systems for the day. We recommend our 24 Hour Thermogenics Water Enhancer to boost metabolism and provide great appetite suppression. Eat a hearty breakfast consisting of lean protein, a healthy fat and an unrefined carbohydrate to keep you fuller longer! Diet Center products can also provide a variety of choices for easy-to-prepare breakfasts.

Eat Frequently

To keep your body energized and your metabolism functioning optimally, we recommend you eat every 2-3 hours. When you delay eating or skip meals, your insulin levels spike, which can result in added insulin in your blood stream, cravings and eventually lead to weight gain. When insulin levels are in balance, your body won’t go into starvation mode and blood sugar levels stay balanced.

Eat 2/3 of Your Food Before Bed

To assist with cravings and control overeating, enjoy your breakfast, lunch and snacks within the first 9 hours of your day. Finish eating all of your food for the day within 2 hours of going to bed. We also recommend eating your starch and fruit servings early in the day to ensure your body will digest them properly throughout your day. Also be sure you are taking your Carb Blockers to assist with reducing cravings, decreasing hunger and increased fat burning.

Eat Everything on Your Plate

Contrary to many weight-loss myths, skipping meals or leaving food on your plate does not equate to healthy and consistent weight loss. You must eat to lose! Eat all the food allotted on your plan to experience fast and healthy weight-loss results. These foods are specifically designed to boost your metabolism and create thermogenesis—or the creation of heat—in the body. This process allows your body to burn fat for fuel and shed excess weight in a fast and healthy manner. Count nutrients and not calories. Nourish yourself and nourish your health.

Eat Proper Ratios

Obtaining the optimal ratio of food groups at every meal is essential for weight-loss success because you are allowing your body to balance blood sugar and weight-related hormones. Proper ratios will also spark thermogenesis in the body. Use a food scale when preparing meals in the home to “check” yourself. Under eating can cause your metabolism and fat burning factors to slow—so make sure you are getting enough!

Eat frequently, eat balanced portions and eat everything on your plate! These simple rules are essential to helping ensure you lose your weight and lose it all! Your Diet Center Counselor will be glad to help with meal planning and an eating schedule to maximize your personal metabolism and lifestyle needs. Let’s do it together!

Beat Liquid Calories: Revamp Your Coffee Order to Stay on Track

Did you know a Venti white chocolate mocha from Starbucks has 580 calories and 22 grams of fat? Or that a tall espresso only has 10 calories? Your daily coffee habit can have a major impact on your overall calorie intake. But you don’t have to give up your daily pick-me-up in order to keep your weight loss goals on track. Below are some easy tips to put a healthier spin on your morning coffee.

Lower the Volume

The easiest way to drink less calories is to cut the volume. Brew your coffee stronger at home so one cup with a little plan approved dairy, rice or almond milk does the same job as three cups flavored with high-sugar creamer substitutes. Stick to the smallest option at cafés instead of the giant one that won’t fit in your car’s cup holder. Espresso has higher caffeine by volume than drip coffee so if you enjoy the flavor consider switching from multiple cups of drip to a single macchiato or Americano to kick off the day.  Starbucks is definitely on program and a tall Skinny Latte in Mocha, Caramel, Cinnamon or Vanilla can be a great exchange for your dairy.

Up the Quality

When coffee is bitter or watery many people are tempted to add sugar and high fat dairy or creamer products to improve the flavor. Just like a fresh piece of fish only needs a few herbs and lemons to be incredibly flavorful, high-quality coffee only needs a splash or dash of add-ins to make your morning brighter. Skip the pre-ground grocery store brands that are often stale by the time they hit the shelves. Instead buy fresh-roasted whole beans, store them properly and grind them right before brewing to release the best flavor.

Skip the Specials

Between seasonal promotions and rows of treats, impulse buys in a coffee shop can quickly derail your nutrition plan for the day. Before meeting a friend or stepping out with a co-worker think about what your healthiest option is for the café or eat a healthy snack or Gold Protein before you go. While a Pumpkin Spice Latte may sound incredible on cooler weather day, it is packed with sugar and fat! Opt for a flavorful hot-spiced tea instead. Diet Center’s Chocolate Pudding/Shake and Vanilla Pudding Shake mixes make great substitutes for high fat, high-sugar creamers and are packed with protein. Just add them to your coffee.

Consider Alternatives

Consider switching from coffee altogether with tea or hot water with lemon. We also recommend our flavorful Water Enhancer energy drink that combines powerful antioxidants with key vitamins and nutrients to fight fatigue with natural metabolic enhancers.

By learning to enjoy the real taste and flavor of high-quality coffee or finding an alternative to your morning routine, you give yourself freedom from empty calories. All without sacrificing the comfort and motivation you receive from your daily pick-me-up.

How Important is Working Out to Weight Loss?

We’ve all had thoughts like “If I work out really hard now, I can eat that pizza later. Right?” Well, no. Working out does not give you a free pass to eat whatever you want if you’re looking to shed those extra pounds. Consuming fresh foods in balance is the key to weight-loss success, exercise plays a much smaller role than you may think.

Now we aren’t saying that exercise isn’t important; it’s just not as important as what you are eating when it comes to losing weight. Exercise is great for over-all good health. It helps reduce the risk of stroke, Type 2 diabetes, and heart attack. It also helps to torch more calories to enhance your weight loss efforts and tones your body as you are losing inches. However, when it comes to weight loss; it can’t erase the harmful effects of unhealthy foods. Here are some reasons why exercise isn’t the ‘magic pill’ that many people believe it is.

A number of calories burnt through exercise are relatively small in the grand scheme of things. We use up most of our calories just by being alive (the resting metabolic rate). To put it in a real-life scenario, let’s say there is a 200-pound man who is at 30% body fat. He will expend 1,743 calories per day just by staying alive.

On top of that, he’ll expend more calories on top of that through what’s known as the Thermic Effect of Food (TEF): the number of calories that he spends digesting and absorbing his nutrients from food. This accounts for about 10% of total calorie use. It’s even higher on the Diet Center Thermogenic Plan, where foods are specially selected because of their higher fat burning power.

Add another 10% on top of that through a metabolic process known as NEAT (Non-Exercise Adaptive Thermogenesis). This is the amount of calories used by doing things like fidgeting. Unfortunately, this can vary greatly from individual to individual.

This means our subject could expend 2,100 calories without even getting out of bed. Now, add another 10% for getting out of bed and going about his daily routine and he’s already burned 2,300 calories.

Adding exercise into the equation barely makes a dent in his overall caloric expenditure. Now we are not suggesting that you shouldn’t exercise, but rather, it’s important to realize where a majority of your caloric expenditure is coming from.

Not all calories are created equal. A pound of fat is 3500 calories. If you eat 500 calories less than you burn every day, then after a week (7×500 = 3500) you will have lost a pound of fat.

From this simple equation comes the idea that all calories are created equal, no matter what foods they come from. The fact is that different foods can have vastly different effects on our bodies and go through different metabolic pathways before they’re turned into energy. Just focusing on the calorie content of foods and disregarding the metabolic effects they have is a highly flawed way of thinking. Two hundred calories of broccoli is NOT the same as two hundred calories of potato chips.

Most people are horrible estimators of calories in vs. calories out. Yes, it’s important that you are burning more calories than you are consuming in order to lose weight. There is one problem with this method: user error. People either think they are burning more calories or consuming fewer calories than they really are. The grab-a-handfuls and the Hershey Kiss at the office all add up. A structured food plan with accountability closes this gap and provides results.

Movement is important and that should be the primary focus when looking to drop pounds and inches fast.  Save the weights for when you are closer to goal and focus on movement that helps to reset your day.  Park further in the parking lot, do a light 30 minute walk or swim.  This will help boost metabolism and blast the inches away fast in conjunction with your program.

At Diet Center, our focus is on eating quality, whole fresh foods. It is important that you learn about how to address the causes of weight gain and how to ensure your body is receiving the proper nutrients. Once you have an understanding of that and start to see the weight start to drop, you will feel so good and have so much energy that you will enjoy being more active.

What’s In Season for Fall?

Fall is official on September 22nd. We love this season! Eating with the season is a helpful way to get the freshest fruits and vegetables all year round. Fall is celebrated for its healthy harvest of crisp fruits and delicious root vegetables. These foods are perfect for creating warm comfort meals as the weather changes from hot and sticky to cool and breezy.
This fall, visit your local Farmer’s Market to grab the freshest organic fruits and vegetables of the season. Seasonal produce options sometimes tend to be cheaper during their specific time of year, so stock up and get your fill of our favorite slimming fall foods below!
Blueberries
While berries are typically a summer fruit, many varieties are still available through fall. Stock up early in fall and freeze your blueberries so you have delicious locally grown berries all winter long. Use them in oatmeal, smoothies, sauces and more!
Apples
No food quite brings together the fall season like a crisp apple. With so many varieties to choose from, you won’t tire of these tasty superfoods, which are full of antioxidants and healthy flavonoids! Take a seasonal outing to a local orchard where you can pick your own apples right from the trees!
Pears
Pears are another delicious and versatile fall fruit. They are a wonderful source of fiber and are low in calories. You can add pear slices to salads or use in baking for a sweet and juicy treat!
Cranberries
These antioxidant-packed fruits are more than just a staple on the Thanksgiving table. Cranberries can be used in salads, sauces, grain dishes like quinoa or on top of your favorite poultry!
Winter Squash
Selections of winter squash make delicious fall meals. Acorn, butternut and spaghetti squash are enjoyable in soups, sauces and desserts, and can be used in a hearty side dish or as a stand-alone entrée. Use spaghetti squash as a stand-in for pasta or mash butternut squash in place of potatoes!
Pumpkin
This notable Halloween decoration is good for more than carving. Small pumpkins are delicious in baking dishes, casseroles, soups and more. You can take the legwork out of scooping a pumpkin and purchase unsweetened pumpkin puree from the grocery store.
Brussels Sprouts
Brussels sprouts are freshest during the fall season. You can sauté them with olive oil and salt and pepper or roast them in the oven with sliced onions, garlic and balsamic vinegar. Add pistachios or almonds for extra flavor, protein and good fat in your side dish. Brussels sprouts are also a great source of vitamin K, iron and folate!
Parsnips
Similar in texture to a carrot, this tasty root vegetable is rich in fiber and potassium and becomes sweeter as it is exposed to cold weather. Autumn is a great time to try your hand at cooking with parsnips. Add a crunch to your salad or roast with olive oil. Combine with soups and stews for enhanced flavor!
Cauliflower
This winter vegetable has abundant health benefits including compounds that may help to prevent cancer, phytonutrients to help lower cholesterol and vitamin C. Cauliflower is delicious when steamed, but can also be used as a substitute your favorite carb-heavy foods, including mashed potatoes, rice and even pizza crust!
Turnips
These fall-favorite root vegetables are tender and mild. Use them in salads or roast with olive oil, garlic, salt and pepper to bring out the flavor! You can even cook the leaves, which taste similar to mustard leaves and are packed with nutrients! These root vegetables are a great source of vitamin C and vitamins A, K and folate!
Be adventurous this fall by welcoming these delicious autumnal fruits and vegetables into your weekly meal planning during this festive season. For more fall recipes and ideas, follow the Diet Center Midsouth Pinterest and Instagram pages!

Easy Meal Planning for Busy People

Meal planning doesn’t have to be a daunting task, the reality is that planning ahead can be fun and is super important to achieving success on your Diet Center Program. The key to success is identifying and implementing a meal-planning strategy that works best for you. A goal with a plan always equals results.

Some people plan a month in advance, prepare meals in bulk and freeze labeled containers of pre-made lunch and dinner entrees. We like to call this the Sam’s Club or Costco method. Others choose to shop for fresh ingredients and prepare meals daily. What works for one person may not work for another; the goal is to find a personal meal-planning strategy that is the easiest for you. You will save time, money and stress by planning your meals in advance. Going into your week prepared helps you to perform the best on your Diet Center program. This also includes researching restaurants prior to visiting them to have your success plan laid out. You can enjoy foods you love and still lose weight each week!

Scan Recipes

Variety is the spice of life and key to your success. We want you to enjoy an assortment of varied, delicious food from all your favorite food groups so that you do not become bored or discouraged by eating the same food day in and day out. The Diet Center Program focuses on real food, allowing clients to integrate tons of different fruits, vegetables, meats, seafood, starches and fats into their meal plans. Browse our Facebook Page (Diet Center Midsouth) and Recipe Books at the center to find recipes that you will love like Spinach Lasagne, Flatbread Pizza, Nachos, Stuffed Peppers, Creamy Chicken Alfredo, Key Lime Pie and many more!

Scout Sales

Many people stick to a grocery budget and are constantly on the lookout for discounts and coupons for food purchases. Check your local grocer’s website as well as coupon apps like Ibotta, where you can receive money back on the purchase of healthy items like milk, eggs, produce and more! Living and eating healthy can be very economical if you plan ahead and strategize a coupon-clipping tactic. Have fun!

Make a Menu and Grocery List

When you plan your menu for the week, you will be setting yourself up for weight loss success. Complete your food journal for the week and shop for the necessary ingredients to prepare all of your meals. This ensures you are staying accountable to your food plan and not placing extraneous items into your grocery cart. Your Diet Center Counselor will be glad to assist with meal planning and prep ideas.

Make Extra

Double your recipes at dinner and you will have enough to take for lunch the next day or have leftovers for dinner on a busy night. If you have a tried-and-true recipe, you can even triple or quadruple it and freeze enough for a week’s worth of healthy meals for the whole family!

Organize Your Refrigerator (And Freezer!)

Organize the items in your refrigerator so you know exactly where everything is when preparing meals. Having your refrigerator organized and having healthy snacks at your fingertips makes it easy to avoid unhealthy snacks and allows you to concentrate on mindful eating.

Cook Perishable Items First

If you have purchased perishable items prepare them early in the week to avoid wasting food. Incorporate additional raw vegetables as snacks or make a medley of fruit for breakfast to keep these items from spoiling.

On-the-Go Meals and Snacks

If your weeks are busy with meetings, travel, kids’ sports or social activities, consider meals you and your family can grab on the go. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and skipping it will stall your weight-loss. Make healthy grab-and-go items ahead of the time, like egg muffins or mason jar salads. Have Diet Center snacks on hand for convenient high-protein smoothies, delicious bars or savory snacks. If you are planning a vacation or traveling for work, stock up on meal replacements to have easy to prepare high-protein meals with you wherever you go!

Set it and Forget It

Consider purchasing or (wiping the dust off) a slow cooker or crockpot. Toss your favorite healthy ingredients inside in the morning, leave it all day and come home to the enticing aroma of a delicious home-cooked meal.

Remember Your Seven Little P’s

Prior Proper Planning, Preparing and Packing Promotes Progress!

Creating and sticking to a meal-planning strategy will not only help alleviate stress, it will save you time and money, set you up for optimal weight loss results as well as teach you healthier habits for long term success. On your next Success visit into the center, chat with your Diet Center Counselor for even more ideas.

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