The Quest Begins for the True Holy Grail of Weight Loss — WHAT IS DIET SUCCESS?
As a big part of achieving EET’s mission to revolutionize weight loss and fitness we really want to
Develop a standard definition of diet success.
This could force accountability on the many diet and fitness plans out there to then keep track of their “success rate” and then dieters could use this information as a big part of their decision on which diet plan to try.
Right now, diet plans can parade 50 people who have tried their plan and lost weight in the first month and scream about how AMAZINGLY SUCCESSFUL their plan is without any regard for what happens to these people after 6 months, 1 year or longer.
That does not seem right to EET. We believe in SUSTAINABILITY, even if it means less weight loss.
And this is the heart of the problem. It’s this vague definition of success that has most dieters “yo-yoing” away because they will try any plan that will get them to their goal weight FAST–without regard for STAYING there!
On the other hand, if you don’t lose weight pretty quick, and keep losing it, motivation and confidence in your plan fades and you are just as likely to drop off your plan.
So, even though defining diet success is far more complicated than most people realize, EET is DETERMINED to establish a standard definition and see all plans PUBLISH STATISTICS based on this definition.
Not an easy task, but hey, we figured out how to eat Dilly Bars every day and lose lots of weight — we can do this too!
The above survey is the start. Please vote and let’s see what people are thinking out there. Feel free to comment with your opinions too.