Orlando, Fl (PRWEB) September 04, 2013
Michelle Warner was frustrated with dieting and not losing weight. Every time she started a new weight loss plan, she would lose then quickly regain the weight plus more. She found she was unable to stick with plans that restricted specific foods or required complex nutritional calculations over a long period of time. After years of trial and failure, she discovered five habits that gave her ultimate control over her weight. She started TheDietSurvivor.com to share those habits with other women and help them succeed.
“I was tired of being a victim of the diet industry,” said Warner, founder of TheDietSurvivor.com. Instead, she started viewing herself as a survivor. “I saw myself as someone who overcame multiple setbacks and ultimately triumphed over my weight.”
Inspired by her success, Warner set out to teach other women what she found. She wrote The Diet Survivor’s Guide to Weight Loss as a way to reach out and help other women learn they don’t have to be defined by their size.
Combining humor with inspiration and practical advice, Warner helps women in three main areas:
Each week, she posts articles around these three areas to help readers stay on track with their goals. The site also offers private, one on one support and coaching for those needing a helping hand.
“The blog is a direct response to over-hyped diet sites promising extreme amounts of weight loss in short periods of time,” says Warner. “It was time to show women they can lose weight, keep it off and have someone there to support them every step of the way. TheDietSurvivor.com teaches women that 5 habits really can change their lives.”
TheDietSurvivor.com is a site dedicated to teaching women how to lose weight and keep it off by adopting five simple habits. The site offers access to the book, “The Diet Survivor’s Guide To Weight Loss” as well as one on one coaching and support memberships.
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