Thinking of a New Year diet?

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Many of us think of starting a New Year diet, but choosing the best diet is easier said than done!

We want to lose weight, but we want to eat too. We want to eat less, but get more nutrition. We want value for money, so will go for the best price. We’ll try ‘fad’ diets, but also want something that we can stick with.

Who’s not tried Atkins or Weight Watchers in January at least once?

Well with Exante Diet, you’ll get all that you want and more! Exante Diet has a range of flexible, easy-to-follow, weight-management and weight-loss plans to suit you:

  • You replace everyday foods with Exante Diet meal-replacement shakes, bars and more on some of our plans

  • Get 100% of your RDA’s with our delicious range of diet meals and products

  • Learn about portion control

  • Gradually increase your calorie intake and balance your diet with healthy food choices

  • Manage your weight with our 5:2 diet

What’s more, there’s no calorie counting, if you prefer 4 eating occasions, each Exante Diet meal is around 150 calories and if you prefer 3 eating occasions, each meal is around 200 calories. With one of the widest ranges on the market, a diet has never been this tasty!

So why waste time trying other diets first? People often try other diets, like the Paleo Diet or the Juice Diet first and when they fail to achieve the desired weight loss, they’ll think of giving up all together or starting another diet!

Don’t waste time, if you’re looking for a New Year diet that’s simple, easy to follow, that’s high in protein and low in carb, then give Exante Diet a try today. It’s easy to get started, and in fact things move fast with Exante Diet, so if you order before 9pm, you’ll get your order the next day.

Start 2015 with the best diet, Exante Diet and say ‘hello’ to a Happy New You.



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