Australia (PRWEB) July 18, 2013
There is lots of research available in regard to the process of goal setting and how it affects a person’s chances of success. Now, one study has found that individuals that set weight loss goals (such as those who use the weight loss supplement Prescopodene) in terms of ranges as opposed to specific numbers fare much better.
In an article electronically published in the Journal of Consumer Research on May 10, 2013, the authors discuss how goal setting affects an individual’s chances of success. Specifically, they focused on the area of weight loss.
They found that individuals that set goal ranges (such as wanting to lose 2-4 pounds) were more likely to reenroll in weight loss programs than those who had specific goals (like trying for a 3 pound weight loss). This same finding has been replicated in other studies that have focused on people with other goals, whether related to food and weight loss or not.
The researchers and authors of the article concluded that having a range offered “the best of both worlds” as it is challenging yet flexible. Therefore, people who are trying to lose weight, such as with popular weight loss supplements like Prescopodene, might find better results if they set their sights on goal ranges and avoid the specifics.
Prescopodene is an all-natural weight loss supplement that suppresses appetite, increases energy and aids in weight loss. It contains ingredients such as green tea, grape seed extract, vitamin C and ginger root.
About Prescopodene Nutritionals:
Prescopodene Nutritionals is helping people around the world lose weight, improve their health, and maximize their daily satisfaction. With a catalog of healthy living products that is winning awards and recognition, the company is delivering all-natural weight loss solutions to customers around the globe. Prescopodene Nutritionals is based in Australia and the USA and their CEO is Jack Smythe.
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