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100,000 New Year Dieters Overload New Weight Loss Website
Date:1/23/2008

LOS ANGELES, Jan. 23 /PRNewswire/ -- This new year, a staggering 100,000 people have logged on to a new weight loss website that promises to "make weight loss make sense."

Part of the website's attraction is not what people are losing, it's what they are gaining. This diet program once sold for several hundred dollars but is now available for free online.

The newly launched BetaLife.com website was designed as the place to go for health, diet and lifestyle information. But, even the co-founders of BetaLife did not realize how many people would decide to come and call it their place as well.

Sudden popularity and swarms of people have caused some bloating problems with the site's servers though. The sheer number of people surfing the site has meant the site's server has had to be upgraded twice already.

Brother and sister co-founders, Benn and Renee Newton could not be happier, but acknowledge the popularity of the site has surprised even them.

"Completing the site took 18 months, but within 24 hours after launching, it was unrecognizable because of the deluge of posts to the site's blogs, forums, recipes and food guides. The site's new members made it their own immediately," said Benn.

"The power of the people is something that you only believe if you see it," added Renee. "They inform and support, and somehow it just works."

Questions used to come to the brother and sister team in emails, taking up many hours of their days to answer. Now the community performs their job and does it in just minutes.

"Community based websites have turned the world upside down, and this phenomenon has finally come to weight loss," revealed Benn. "The so called web 2.0 effect is making weight loss easy for everyone, as the people are now their own support network."

"The normal barriers to losing weight such as isolation and lack of motivation and information have gone. Now people can get sensible free advice delivere
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