Subscription Diet Programs Directory
While some diets are done on your own, others are programs that must be subscribed to. You may attend meetings, have sessions with a nutritionist, or order meals delivered to your home. Each program has a different method, but the main idea is to be accountable to someone for what and how you eat. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage of various types of subscription diet programs.
Diet Review: The Spectrum
Evaluate the Dr. Dean Ornish diet philosophy outlined in "The Spectrum: A Scientifically Proven Program to Feel Better, Live Longer, Lose Weight, and Gain Health."
P.I.N.K. Method Diet Review: What Is It?
Find out if the P.I.N.K. Method diet program is right for you. Read about what you can eat and how it works.
Nutrisystem Diet Plan Review: Foods, Products, & More
With Nutrisystem, you choose foods you want to eat from a menu, and the food is delivered to your door. But does it work just because it’s easy? WebMD reviews its pros and cons.
Best Life Diet Plan Review: Does It Work?
Does Bob Greene’s Best Life Diet work? Read this diet review to learn about what you can eat on this plan and how effective it is.
Personality Matters: Which of These 6 Top Diets Is Right for You?
Tired of weight loss programs that just don't seem to work? You just might not have the right diet for your personality.
Set the Stage for Weight Loss Success: 8 Tips
To lose weight, you need your environment (like your home and job) to support that goal. Get 8 tips you can use right now to set yourself up for weight loss success.
Weight Maintenance: 9 Tips to Keep the Pounds Off
Once you've lost the weight, it's time to start working on keeping those pounds off for good. Find out how other people have succeeded at maintaining their weight loss.
What's Behind the Diet Wars: Which Plan is Best
Whether you count calories, fat grams, carbs, or points, your choice of weight-loss programs is bound to spark debate at the dinner table and the water cooler. Is it possible for people with opposing diet strategies to coexist peacefully in the same household?