The holidays are here and for many people, that means struggling with overeating and weight gain. While both men and women can struggle with weight gain and overeating, women sometimes struggle with it the worst.
There are many weight loss programs designed to help women stay shapely and healthy, but not all of them are created equally. As with most things of this nature, some work and others don't.
If you are hoping to lose weight or avoid putting more weight on over the holidays, try one of these top three weight loss programs for women.
The problem with most diets is that they require you to eat less food and to avoid eating certain foods at all. The Mediterranean Diet is effective because it teaches you how to eat and shows you what foods are low in calories and fat and good for your body. You learn to like these good foods and don't feel like you are being cheated or are even dieting. The diet allows a balance of carbohydrates, protein and healthy fats.
— Stylist Magazine (@StylistMagazine) November 30, 2014
Yes, your mother's diet is still one of the most popular and may actually be more popular now than it was twenty years ago. The Slim-Fast Diet is a convenient one, because it offers ready-made and packaged items. Each product can be eaten instead of a meal and contains vitamins and nutrients to help you stay healthy and feel full and satisfied without consuming a lot of calories. Since so many people are busy, the convenience of this diet makes it so effective.
— Slimfast (@Slimfast) February 26, 2014
17 Day Diet
The 17 Day Diet is more about losing weight instead of just getting healthy and it is designed to help you lose a lot of weight in a fairly small amount of time. The diet works by using calorie cycling in four phases, each lasting 17 days. The diet trains your body to eat less and is often repeated over and over again with short breaks between each start.
— The 17 Day Diet (@17DayDiet) October 16, 2012
Don't let the holidays ruin your plans to lose weight and get in shape. Try one of these weight loss programs and stick to your plans.