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Cook Yourself Thin

2010 January 12
by Alan

Cook Yourself Thin is a TV show on Lifetime and a website that was developed to help people make better choices about food and nutrition and to allow them to enjoy all of the things that they need to know about eating healthy and losing weight without forcing them to pay for some outrageous book or meal plan that they can’t use as readily as the website. People can get a diary, recipes, set goals, use the dress size calculator, and even interact with other users in the community section. The site is specifically geared towards women, and is essentially a food diary and database allowing you to learn everything that you want to know about food and nutrition and track your success.

Cook Yourself Thin requires a low monthly membership fee for those who want access to all of the tools and recipes that they offer, and rightly so. The fees start at $17.99 per month, but goes down if you choose a quarterly membership or a six-month membership and pay up front. It’s your call, but any of the options will get you the inside scoop on what this website has to offer.

The site gives clients an exercise database and a food database, allowing them to track activity and foods consumed to maximize their results with the program. You can easily learn how many calories you burned during your workout and get a great recipe for a healthy dinner all in one place with this website.

There is an entire section for setting goals on the website, allowing you to set goals for how much weight you want to lose and modify your plan if you want to lose more or less along the way. Ultimately, the Cook Yourself Thin website is a great program to help anyone learn about weight loss, create and track goals and successes, and to interact with other people who are going through the same experience.

It’s not about losing weight so much with Cook Yourself Thin. That is the ultimate outcome, of course, but it tends to be more about living a healthy life and making good decisions about food and exercise, which is the big focus in the diet world right now. A diet is great, but a lifestyle change is even better because it is permanent. Basically, it goes along with the whole ‘teach a man to fish’ philosophy. If you give people healthy food, they’ll be thin for a while. You teach them how to create healthy food and life choices, and they’ll be healthy and thin forever.

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