Free Diet Meal Plans


There has to be a gazillion free diet meal plans floating around and if you're like most Baby Boomers, you've tried a few.!

What we're going to do in this section is give you a chance to share your experiences.

Some warnings about free diet meal plans

  • Never go on a diet plan without making sure your physician is comfortable with it as there is always the risk that a particular diet may have a negative effect onyour health! So be health-wise in your decision making.
  • Consider your budget as some plans can be very expensive depending on the contents of the meals.
  • Consider your time as some of the plans can be very time consuming.
  • Be careful of fad diets as they have a history of either not working or causing secondary health problems.
  • Stay away from crash diets as all you'll end up doing is yo-yoing between diets, gaingin weight and then redieting again.
  • Make sure any plan has a balanced diet.
  • Make it sustainable. Did you know that most diets fail because the dieter cannot sustain the rigors of extreme diets?
  • And don't forget to pay attention to those plans that take into consideration that you take your lunch to work each day.

Now The Ol' Boomer even has a free diet meal plan here.

And here are some good websites with dieting information:

Here's a good article I found for anyone about to start a diet:

"So many diets fail, often before they even get started. It is not that we have an obsession with dieting; it's just that we tend, as a group, to be inactive couch potatoes that subsist on junk food, soda, and a fair amount of alcohol too. I will admit my weight has crept up a bit and I'm about to start a diet again. I am an expert on diets that fail, but now my diets seem to succeed more often than not. Here are 3 things I learned that are essential for a diet to succeed.

1) Plan your meals for at least the first two to three days. Until you get into the routine, it's so easy to run short on time and take a "food shortcut," for example fast food. If you have your food planned, bought, and at least partially ready for the initial stage, you are far more likely to succeed. I also as part of preparation try to rid my house and office of junk food, but that can be tough if you do not live alone, for example I have 3 kids who do not need to diet.

2) Plan on some activity or exercise as part or as a companion to your diet. It is very hard to lose without some activity. This can be walks, sports, a formal or very informal exercise plan or just about anything that gets your blood flowing.

3) Plan to succeed. You need a positive attitude or you will quit or fall off to easily. I always plan to go day by day because the thought of weeks of dieting seems impossible, but a day or more seems simple.

Good luck with starting your diet. After the first few days it gets much easier for most of us.

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Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Harold_Baldwin

Please, we all would appreciate any good free diet plans that you can offer and don't hesitate to let the rest of us know about the ones that didn't work for you. (No use wasting our time and money with bad plans, eh?)

However, if you have had success with a good free diet meal plan, please do share it with the rest of us. OK?

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