Diet Deli, big taste, small waist

Diet Deli, big taste, small waist

DietDeli offers a fresh weight loss solution and is designed to fit around the client’s lifestyle, not the other way around.  Dieting doesn’t have to be difficult and maintaining the weight loss shouldn’t be a chore yet 1 in 3 people in Ireland and England is overweight and 1 in 4 in Ireland and England is obese.* DietDeli, the ideal weight loss and maintenance programme for people on the go, has just been launched in Ireland. 

Losing weight can be a challenge, especially if you don’t have the right tools or approach. Health experts agree that the best approach for successful weight loss and weight maintenance is one that promotes permanent changes in diet, exercise habits, mental attitudes and behaviours.  The DietDeli programme (available through www.dietdeli.ie) helps clients learn and apply these key behaviours – healthy eating, daily activity and regular exercise, behaviour modification and effective relapse management and coping skills.

Nutrition expert Emma Buckley agrees: “Losing weight can be a difficult thing for people to do. With DietDeli, the work is done for you. Someone wanting to lose weight ‘for good’ just has to stick with the plan to see results.  DietDeli is a lifestyle change, it motivates you to educate yourself about food and empowers you to make the correct food choice for life and your health.

“The maintenance and after care is what I’m most impressed with, there has been a huge concentration of effort not only with helping people lose weight but most importantly to KEEP IT OFF! People using DietDeli are encouraged to look closely at their food habits and their relationship with food. What the triggers are when it comes to overeating.  With the meal plans, the grocery lists, recipes, exercise plan and the support, hopefully, there’ll be permanent changes in dietary habits.”

Pre-packaged, portion-controlled nutritionally enhanced products offer a solution to many who are too busy to prepare multiple healthy meals and snacks but want to lose and maintain weight in a healthy manner. Imagine an online deli with a variety of products that will help with weight loss!  Clients will be spoilt for choice with DietDeli products which help from making poor food related decisions. They simplify the efforts in choosing delicious foods that compliment a healthy lifestyle. Combine this with some exercise, nutrition education and behaviour changes and you are on your way to successful weight loss and weight management.  All the tools you need are available to download from www.dietdeli.ie.

Fashion and beauty expert Triona McCarthy is a fan of DietDeli and loves the way the programme suits her hectic schedule.  “Instead of being a Domestic Goddess I’m more of a Domestic Godhelpus as I can’t cook, won’t cook!  So I love this so called ‘diet’.  The bars are delicious and the sachets, made up by mixing with water, are really nice and simple to prepare even on the go, like I am most of the time.  I just pop some in my bag and that stops me from snacking on sinful stuff during the day.  There are soups, cold drinks, hot drinks like hot chocolate and other dessert-y stuff like Chocolate mousse. Mmmmmm!

I have a really sweet tooth so I love the all the chocolatey bars and then a regular lunch or dinner means I don’t even feel like I am on a diet.  I’m honestly not hungry as there is soo much to eat yet I am losing weight!”

Once the client’s desired weight is reached, the DietDeli maintenance plan continues to guide in order to manage the weight long-term. It teaches creative ways to alter favourite recipes so that they are healthier and also teach you how to incorporate “forbidden foods” into your meal plans.

Don’t let your weight control you, visit www.dietdeli.ie to take control of your weight, your health and your wellbeing!

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