Chagford, Devon United Kingdom (PressExposure) July 06, 2007 -- Can there be such a thing as a "Hidden Secret to Achieving Permanent Weight Loss"?
Well, yes there can, according to Graham Kidson who has just launched a new website -Weight Loss Successories-that is dedicated to helping people to achieve and sustain long-term weight loss.
Graham makes the bold claim that he has indeed identified the secret to achieving permanent weight loss and is offering to reveal this in a free eight-page report to anyone signing up to his website's mailing list.
After having had a lifelong battle with his weight and becoming a chronic (and frustrated) serial dieter Graham discovered a new approach to weight loss that enabled him to shed almost a third of his body weight and be able to subsequently sustain that weight loss over a period of years.
Commenting on the publication of his 'Hidden Weight Loss Secrets' report Graham said: "This report passes on the knowledge that everybody who is seeking to achieve permanent weight loss really needs to understand if they are to have any real prospect of success. This knowledge is not so much secret as obscured. It has been lost in the cacophony of the commercial diet industry's strident product promotions, which are predominantly focussed on instant solutions and quick fixes which only tend to work in the very short term. I believe that this 'Hidden Secrets' report provides an island of clarity is a sea of myth and misinformation"
The WeightLossSuccessories.com website itself has been put together as a vehicle for Graham to share his views on ideas and resources that are likely to be helpful to anyone embarking on a quest to achieve sustainable weight loss in the longer term, and the site is being continually improved and added to as more features and benefits for the committed weight watcher are added. Only items that in Graham's opinion will help support the objective of healthy sustainable weight loss are reviewed and/or recommended on the site, which Graham is determined will remain a 'Hype Free Zone'.