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PersonalDiets Announces New Plan-A-Meal Tools to Help With New Year's Weight Loss Resolutions!
Date:12/31/2008

PLACERVILLE, Calif., Dec. 31 /PRNewswire/ -- Designed to help dieters stick to their New Year's resolution of losing weight, PersonalDiets today unveiled a new version of Plan-a-Meal software that is iPhone and BlackBerry friendly.

Users can now easily customize their meal plans throughout the day using their own high-tech gadgets. With a few keystrokes, dieters can quickly include restaurant and take-out meals, grocery-bought convenience foods and home-prepared recipes to suit their tastes, while keeping their diets on track.

The big difference between other online diet programs and PersonalDiets is that the exclusive Plan-a-Meal tool allows dieters to quickly change their food choices as their own day changes, using customized drop down menus and client-side technology.

This makes weight loss less boring, more personal and more flexible. The speed and ease of use sets PersonalDiets apart from slower loading, cumbersome databases used by other diet companies and meets the demands of today's tech- savvy online clients who want quick and easy answers.

"Weight loss research show that an easy-to-stick-with diet works best, said Craig Kohn, PersonalDiets Director." "It's why PersonalDiets has achieved an 85% success rate. Plan-a-Meal software lets dieters make changes at will while maintaining a healthy balance of good foods so that they reach their weight and health goals."

The added benefit of PersonalDiets comes from the ability to interchange foods based on tastes, preferences and lifestyle. With a click of a mouse food choices are easily replaced, yet daily meal plans automatically adjust to help keep dieters on track.

"It's a more practical and more useful diet plan," said Kohn. "Our Plan-a- Meal database continues to expand as unique and common foods available worldwide are added daily. Dieters don't have to count calories, they just input their desired foods and the software adapts their daily diet to accommodate that food choice."

PersonalDiets uses real foods, not just the foods you'd eat when dieting. Diets are created for healthy weight loss, diabetes, to reduce cholesterol, lower high blood pressure and to benefit other health-related illnesses.

If your New Year's resolution involves healthier eating or weight loss, doctor recommended dietitian support is only a mouse click away.

For more information visit http://www.PersonalDiets.com (an online diet site specializing in weight loss needs) or http://www.PersonalDietician.com (an online diet for those who have health and special diet needs.


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