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London (PRWEB UK) 28 December 2012
Christmas is a time where our overindulgence is most likely to be caught on camera.
But instead of deleting unflattering pictures of stuffing down the turkey or bulging out of that little black dress, keep them as a motivational trigger for weight loss in the New Year.
The advice comes from DietAssist, a new online programme which helps people make their dieting goals successful and long lasting, whatever diet plan they choose.
DietAssist co-creator, Paul Howard, says, We are all motivated away from pain and discomfort, so unflattering Christmas pictures of yourself looking fat can be used as a powerful motivator to help keep you on track to lose weight.
It is simple mind games like these that build up to a powerful programme that is DietAssist. Over the 12 week programme, DietAssist looks at many of the aspects that would normally de-rail efforts to lose weight. To combat these aspects, the DietAssist programme teaches easy to learn psychological techniques that are potent aids in changing the way people relate to food.
Howard says, We know that for most people, diets dont work long term. Pretty much all the research shows that to be true. DietAssist believes that the reason for this is a miscommunication between the thinking and the feeling part of the mind. When you go on a diet, the feeling part of the mind works really hard to keep you well fed and this undermines your dieting efforts. The DietAssist programme helps to correct that problem and makes dieting much easier.
The DietAssist programme delivers weekly videos, mind games and influence MP3s, which work together to teach dieters these important psychological techniques. The videos help dieters understand what the brain is currently doing to sabotage their diet. The mind games are quick, simple and fun exercises put the dieter back in control and the influence MP3s use cognitive psychological techniques to help influence the brain into adopting new patterns of behavior.
Together these three elements of the DietAssist Programme change the way the brain thinks and leads to a successful dieting experience. DietAssist works with any diet plan from Atkins to Weightwatchers and everything in between!
To learn more about this important new programme, visit http://www.dietassist.co.uk or call DietAssist on 020 3397 4343.
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