The Best Weight Loss Program

Picture from Reviews.com with a Shopping Trolley on a Weight Watchers day included lean meats, vegetables, and packaged Weight Watchers dark chocolate mint ice cream bars.

I  was pleased when Lexi Watkins from Reviews.com contacted me to see whether I would be interested in sharing the extensive and detailed research they had done on weight loss programs, with the aim of finding which is the 'best' one. Review.com has conducted the research by removing 'fad' diets, speaking with top nutritional experts to find out what really matters, and taste-testing the 'best' diet plans to determine which program offers the most sustainable, achievable pathway to healthy food habits and weight loss.

Review.com analysed the diet plan details, read books, played with with diet apps, taste tested both recipes and prepackaged food, and followed exercise plans to find the best and most successful.

If we are aiming to successfully and permanently lose weight, then our weight loss program has to be sustainable, offer realistic goals, be enjoyable enough and a long term lifestyle.

Lexi informs me that the aim was to find the 'best' weight loss program which offers the most sustainable, achievable pathway to long term healthy food and eating habits by:

- Removing diets that expected us to skip eating 

- Removing diets that didn't incorporate exercise

- Removing diets if they removed certain food groups

The results of their investigation and research is that:

1) Best Overall Weight Loss Program - Weight Watchers

2) Best Weight Loss Program for Self-Starters - Mayo Clinic Diet

3) Best Weight Loss Program for People Who Hate to Cook  - Nutrisystem

4) Best Free Weight Loss Program Option - SparkPeople

It seems the 'best' Weight Loss Program is personalised to each person and if we are to successfully and permanently lose weight, then our weight loss program has to be sustainable, offer realistic goals, enjoyable and a lifestyle by removing poor habits.

The full article, tests and results from Reviews.com can be found by clicking here. You can also click on the images in this blog to enlarge them. Please note that the information and results in this blog and article are from Reviews.com and is not the opinions and results of research by Matt Swaz Fitness.

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Matt

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