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Here’s everything you’ll get in the Diet Reset MEGA PLR Package…

 

Main eBook: How to Do a Diet Reset: Get Your Weight Loss Efforts & Eating Back on Track… for Good!

(5,480 words, 24 pages, 10 images)

Diet Reset PLR eBook

 

A look inside the Diet Reset Premium PLR eBook:

Diet Reset PLR eBook Inside Look

 

Table of Contents for the Diet Reset PLR Ebook:

Introduction: Why Do We Fail at Dieting?……………………………………….. 3

What is a Diet Reset?…………………………………………………………………….. 7

The Benefits of Doing a Diet Reset…………………………………………………… 8

Planning Your Diet Reset: Meal Planning,……………………………………… 10

Prep & Batch Cooking………………………………………………………………….. 10

Meal Planning……………………………………………………………………………. 10

Psychological and Physical Prep Work……………………………………………. 11

Batch Cooking……………………………………………………………………………. 11

Diet Reset #1: A Simple 1-Day Detox……………………………………………… 13

1 – The Breakfast Skipper (Intermittent Fasting)………………………………. 13

2 – The Healthy Protein Breakfast Start…………………………………………… 13

2 – The 1-Day Juice-Fest……………………………………………………………….. 14

Diet Reset #2: The 10-Day Habit-Changer………………………………………. 15

The Water and Lemon Juice or ACV Secret………………………………………. 15

Eat Protein for Breakfast, and Skip Breakfast Every Other Day……………. 15

Healthy Mid-Morning, Mid-Afternoon and After Dinner/Before Bed Snacks……………………………………………………………………………………… 16

Drink Water and Tea All Day Long…………………………………………………. 16

Lunchtime!……………………………………………………………………………….. 17

Time to Eat Dinner……………………………………………………………………… 17

How to Define Your Dieting Goal for the……………………………………….. 19

Best Shot at Success…………………………………………………………………….. 19

Re-Introducing Foods after Your Reset Is Over………………………………. 20

A Healthy Cheat Day…………………………………………………………………… 20

Reintroducing Non-Reset Foods……………………………………………………. 21

The Emotional Side of a Diet Reset……………………………………………….. 22

Self-Care Tips to Empower Your Diet Reset……………………………………. 23

 

Sample Content for the Diet Reset Premium PLR Ebook:

It is estimated that 45 million Americans diet each year, spending a combined $50 to $60 billion annually on weight loss products, pills, programs, guidance and surgeries. The NPD Group, a marketing research company, shows that about 1 in every 4 women in the US is on a diet at some point any given year. The Women’s Marketing Group shows just how popular dieting is for men and women, claiming that 66% of all American adults (2 out of 3) were on a diet at some time in 2016.

BBC News in the UK found that 1 in 4 adults is trying to lose weight “most of the time”, including 1 in 6 men, and 2 in 5 women. This means roughly 13 million United Kingdom adults are pretty much on a constant stop and start diet program. They are constantly trying to lose weight, they lose the weight, then put it back on and try to lose it again.

At the UK Huffington Post blog, you discover that 90% of diet ends in failure, and that the average British dieter starts and fails at least 4 new diets a year. They also report the average weight loss is just 3 kg (6.6 lbs), and that usually that weight is regained, often accompanied by more fat and body weight.

If you still don’t believe dieting is pervasive, and one of the largest nutrition-related moneymakers on the planet, consider the following 8 diet-related statistics.

1 – 187 million Americans regularly eat and drink low-calorie, sugar-free foods and beverages with weight loss in mind. That is more than half of the entire United States population.

2 – An Australian study shows that young girls who severely restrict calories and nutrition are 1,800% more likely to develop an eating disorder within 6 months.

3 – In both male and female adults in modern, industrialized nations, nearly 3 out of every 4 people are at least overweight, and sometimes obese or morbidly obese.

4 – Losing weight is consistently the #1 resolution made at the start of every New Year.

5 – Studies show that as much 65% of people who successfully complete a “fad diet” or “crash diet” will gain back all the weight they lost, and sometimes more, usually in a pretty short period of time.

6 – Often the #1 excuse given for cheating on a diet is holidays and family get-togethers.

7 – It is reported that 8 out of 10 dieters attempt to lose weight by their own efforts alone, without any support system to fall back on. (This is a huge mistake, one we will help you correct with this report.)

8 – And finally, there is a lot of research which shows as much as 95 out of 100 people relapse to poor eating habits from a diet in 5 years or less.

All those statistics tell us we are unhealthy, fat, overweight and out of shape as humans, but at least we are trying to do something about it. You realize there is a problem with being overweight that could lead to severe health problems and a lower quality of life, as well as a shorter lifespan, and you are actively taking steps to change that problem. Give yourself a pat on the back, because you have not only noticed there could be potential health problems attached to being overweight, you are also taking active action to change your reality. Kudos to you.

As far as the statistics above go, read #8 again.

Everyone loves celebrating holidays, parties, birthdays and anniversaries. If you have been doing really well with your diet, it is easy to convince yourself that you have “earned” some unhealthy reward food. Unfortunately, slipping off a diet, for whatever reason, delivers a nearly 100% failure rate as far as getting back on the healthy habit eating train is concerned.

Note: The above content is just a snippet of the ebook.

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Diet Reset Success Tips Checklists :

(427 words, 3 pages) 

Diet Reset PLR Checklist

 

A look inside the Diet Reset Premium PLR Checklist

Diet Reset PLR Checklist Inside Look

 

Diet Reset PLR Editable Ecovers:

Diet Reset PLR Ecovers

 

Short Report: “Water: The Most Powerful Tool in Your Diet Arsenal”
(1,828 words, 8 pages, 5 images)

 Diet Reset PLR Short Report

 

A look inside the The Most Powerful Tool in Your Diet Arsenal PLR Report

Diet Reset PLR Short Report Inside Look

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Water: The Most Powerful Tool in Your Diet Arsenal PLR Ecovers:

Diet Reset PLR Short Report Ecovers

 

Avoid Dangerous Crash Diets PLR Checklist

(503 words, 3 pages)

Avoid Dangerous Crash Diets Checklist

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A look inside the Avoid Dangerous Crash Diets PLR Checklist

Avoid Dangerous Crash Diets Checklist Inside Look

Avoid Dangerous Crash Diets PLR Ecovers:

Avoid Dangerous Crash Diets Checklist Ecovers

 

4x Detox Diets/ Challenges Mini Guides:

 

Sugar Detox

(1,332 words, 5 pages)

Sugar Mini Guides

 

A look inside the Sugar PLR Mini Guides

Sugar Mini Guides Inside Look

Alcohol & Soda Detox

(1,323 words, 5 pages)

Alcohol and Soda Mini Guides

A look inside the Alcohol and Soda PLR Mini Guides

Alcohol and Soda Mini Guides Inside Look

 

Processed Foods Detox

(1,188 words, 5 pages)

Processed Foods Mini Guides

 

A look inside the Processed Foods PLR Mini Guides

Processed Foods Mini Guides Inside Look

 

Fried Food Detox

(1,313 words, 5 pages)

Fried Foods Mini Guides

A look inside the Fried Foods PLR Mini Guides

Fried Foods Mini Guides Inside Look

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Additional Content:

Diet Reset PLR Articles:

  1. 5 Benefits of Tracking What You Eat – 400 words
  2. 5 Foods to Avoid When Trying to Eat Healthy – 516 words
  3. 5 of the Best Foods for Detoxing Your Body – 418 words
  4. 5 Simple Tweaks You Can Make to Help You Lose Weight – 412 words
  5. 5 Ways to Renew Your Motivation and Stick to a Healthy Diet – 397 words
  6. How to Choose the Healthiest Meat to Eat – 400 words
  7. How to Stick to a Healthy Diet on Vacation – 393 words
  8. Top 5 Foods for Healthy Weight Loss – 684 words
  9. Why is Lemon Water So Good for You In the Morning? – 400 words
  10. Why You Should Be Planning Your Meals – 390 words

 

Diet Reset PLR Article Sample:

5 Benefits of Tracking What You Eat

Whether it’s counting calories, tracking the points or simply writing down everything we eat in a journal, there are many ways to keep a food diary. Whichever method you choose, there are some great benefits to keeping a journal and tracking your diet.

1. It teaches you how much you’re eating
It’s easy to think that we’re eating a normal amount of food, so when you start tracking what you’re eating, you might realize that you’re eating more than you should be. This will become particularly apparent if you work out how many calories you need to maintain your current weight and then start counting how many you’re eating on a typical day. You might be overeating or under-eating, but tracking your food will help you to work this out and adjust it.

2. You can see what foods you’re eating
We can often forget about snacks we’ve had here and there, so when you log your food and look at your diet after a week or so, you can see where the main source of your nutrients and calories are coming from. You might notice that you eat too much protein, or perhaps you could do with swapping the snacks for larger meals.

3. You can spot patterns
Did you have a stomach ache on Wednesday after you ate that cheese? Did you seem to lack energy on Friday morning after eating too much the night before? When you track what you’re eating, when you’re eating and how much you’re eating, you can spot patterns in your own personal health.

4. It helps you keep a record
If you’re embarking on a weight loss journey or perhaps trying to build lots of extra muscle, it will be interesting to look back on your food journal and see how much your diet has (or hasn’t) changed. This could be over a matter of days or weeks, or you might want to look back in a few months from now and see how much you’ve learnt and how much your diet has improved.

5. You’ll stay accountable
You might not be sharing your food diary with anybody else, but just the fact that you’re writing it all down will help you to stay accountable. You’ll feel embarrassing having to write down a list of junk food that you’ve eaten, so it will help you to stay away from it.

 

Diet Reset Product Reviews

Dash Diet – 408 words
Flexitarian – 426 words
Jenny Craig Diet – 411 words
Mayo Clinic Diet Review – 408 words
Mediterranean Diet – 414 words
MIND Diet – 404 words
TLC Diet – 409 words
Vegan – 430 words
Volumetrics – 389 words
Weight Watchers – 405 words

 

 

Social Media Posts and Images:

 

10 Shareable Social Media Graphics (PLR)

Diet Reset PLR Social Images

30 Social Media Posts with hashtags (for sharing on Twitter or Facebook)

Diet Reset PLR Tweets

 

15 Royalty Free Images

Diet Reset Royalty Free Images

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Bonuses:

Main eBook: “The Joy of Food” (4,043 words, 17 pages)

Joy of Food PLR Ebook

Sample Content for The Joy of Food PLR Ebook:

Everywhere you look these days, there’s food. From the Pinterest boards packed full of luscious-looking photos and recipes, to delicacies from all over the world in your local supermarket, food is not just for nourishment any more. It’s also a hobby that people enjoy, and in some cases, explore through hands-on experience. In most cases, this means learning how to cook themselves. In other cases, it might even mean learning how to grow your own food, to save money and to access fresh ingredients that are grown organically.

One obvious issue with the joy of food in the West, however, is that it can lead to excessive consumption. Let’s look in the first section at enjoying food mindfully.

MINDFUL VERSUS MINDLESS EATING

To be mindful is to pay attention to something. The opposite is mindless. If you’ve ever sat down to watch a movie with an entire box or bag of popcorn and then wondered where it all went, you have a pretty good idea of what mindless eating is all about.

Tips for Eating Mindfully

By contrast, mindful eating means paying attention to and savoring every mouthful. This is a great way to not only enjoy your food more, but also to actually slim down. Studies have shown that it takes around twenty minutes for your brain to receive a signal that your stomach is full. If you rush when you are eating, or eat while doing something else, it’s easy to cram in far more calories than you wish to. Combined with a lack of exercise, this can lead to weight gain.

The joy of food is all around us, though it can be less than joyful for people who struggle with their weight. However, new thinking about “dieting” can help. If we call it an “eating lifestyle” instead, it seems less restrictive and more within our control.

The traffic light system can also help, because there is no such thing as forbidden foods. Green for go, yellow for caution when it comes to calories, and red for being alert. Eat the yellow and red light foods sparingly. This means you can enjoy whatever foods you like as long as you eat them in moderation.

For example, if you love chocolate, allow yourself one piece of high-quality chocolate each day and sit and savor it, letting it melt in your mouth slowly – enjoying the taste of it and the feel of it in your mouth instead of chewing through it and then wanting more.

Emotional Eating

Another example of mindless eating is emotional eating. At the first sign of stress or a strong emotion, many people self-medicate using food to elevate their mood. This is all too easy to do in the US, where food seems to be everywhere, much of it junk food, convenience food, pre-prepared take-out and delivery.

Junk food can elevate mood temporarily but soon leave you prey to more food cravings and an ever-increasing dependence on food to boost your mood. Emotional eating can be a vicious cycle as people seek more and more “comfort food” and end up more overweight and uncomfortable than before.

 

10-Day Joy of Food PLR Ecourse

Sample Content for The Joy of Food PLR Ecourse:

Email 1 Subject: How to organize your recipes

Dear [Name],

Welcome to our ecourse on the joy of food.

In this ecourse, we will be discussing a number of key aspects for getting more joy out of the food you will be cooking and eating.

It’s easy to get stuck in a rut and have the same old meals every day. If you’ve got your local pizza place on speed dial, or keep staring into the fridge wondering what to make, it’s time for new inspiration so you can broaden your recipe horizons.

Your first step will be to organize your recipes.

How to Organize Your Recipes

Unless you are a very talented and creative chef, you’re going to need to use recipes to get your new joy of food initiative underway.

Some people love to collect cookbooks. You may have many already sitting on shelves gathering dust. If that’s the case, it’s time to put them to work. Grab a pad of sticky notes and a pen. Print out a blank calendar and start planning breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks and desserts as needed.

Make notes about each recipe you cook. For the ones you don’t like, just put an X on the Post-it, with a comment as to what was wrong with it. For those you did like, make comments on what could have been better. Create a spreadsheet with the names of the recipes on them for each book, and the page number. Invest in a clear lucite cookbook stand to hold your books open to the right place without them getting splashed.

Online Recipes

Some people have digital cookbooks. In this case, go through the same process as above – only this time, bookmark your favorite recipes and make a note in your spreadsheet.

Saving Recipes in Folders

There are many free recipe sites online, some with better recipes than others. Aim for the ones with 4 or 5-star ratings. Read the comments as well for additional advice. Save them in folders on your computer. It might help to sort them by category, such as soups, desserts and so on.

Tagging Your Recipes

You might also collect individual recipes online. In this case, taking the trouble to tag them can help you sort them more easily. Use keywords related to the main ingredients, such as shrimp, or the style of cuisine, such as Indian, Chinese or Creole.

Pinning Them

We love Pinterest because you can find so many recipes on the boards, often with great photos to inspire you. In some cases, the recipes will be very unhealthy and fattening, but you can use them as inspiration for your own healthier versions. In this case, create a Pinboard for courses, foods, cuisines and so on.

Now that you’re more organized, it will be time to deal with food boredom.

Until next time!

Note: This is just a sample of the PLR Email Course.

5 High Quality Diet Success PLR Articles

Diet Success PLR Article Sample:

Do Diets Work?

We’ve all heard of the countless diets on the market. From the Atkins Diet to the paleo diet and keto diet and so much more.

The truth of the matter is that diets DO work… and they also don’t. This may sound confusing, but stick with us.

Here’s what you need to know – most diets produce results and there are thousands of people who will show you positive results for any particular diet.

These are the people who adopt the principles and stick with them until they see their weight drop and their lives transform.

At the same time, there is a very negative side to most diets. The majority of people who see results and lose the weight usually tend to gain all the weight back and more within a few months of stopping the diet.

Herein lies the problem with most diets. They’re ineffective in the long run.
Let’s see why…

* Highly restrictive

Most diets are highly restrictive. If you’re on the Atkins diet, carbs will be anathema to you and you’ll have to cut out most of your carbs.

If you’re on the keto diet, you’ll need to eat copious amounts of fat and keep your intake of carbs to less than 50 grams a day.

Different diets have different requirements – but most are restrictive. This leads us to the next point…

* Sustainability

The restrictive diets will never work in the long run because sooner or later you have to get back on a ‘normal’ diet. You can’t be on an Atkins diet forever.

While you can strive to be on a paleo or keto diet, the restrictions will make your life much more inconvenient. Instead of you controlling the diet, the diet will control your life and impede your social activities.

You’ll have to make special arrangements for your food and so on. This inconvenience is the fundamental flaw of most diets. People just get tired of complying with the inane requirements after a while.

And once they stop, the pounds come creeping back slowly, but surely.

* Healthy in the long run?

Another point to contemplate is if the d