Diet Features: Calorie controled and low GI diet.

Duration
 
How long do you need to be on this diet for? Lifetime
 

Cost
 
What additional weekly costs are involved? Moderate
 

Special dietary needs
 
Is this diet particularly suited to people with special dietary needs? Vegetarian
Vegan
Kosher
Halal
 

Exercise level
 
What exercise recommendations are there? Moderate
 

Eating out
 
Is eating out an option? Challenging / Restricted
 

Coffee / Tea
 
Are caffeinated drinks permitted? Restricted
 

Alcohol
 
Is alcohol permitted? Restricted
 

Other Resources
 
What other resource are available? Books
Cookbooks
Online
Support groups
Dietitians and professional counselors
Professional program
 

Preparing/Cooking Effort
 
What amount of effort is required? Moderate
 

Knowledge Required
 
What amount of nutritional knowledge is required? Moderate
 

Nutritional Supplements Recommended/Taken
 
Are any other nutritional supplements taken or recommended? Multivitamins
 

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Hello_Kitty1809's top tips

1.Plan your meals... Even if it is a schlep, if you know what you are going to eat, it is easier to prevent cheating.
2.Cook in bulk and freeze in correct portions. This takes the "effort" out of cooking every day, especially if you are working and/or single.
3.Have a "diet" buddy who supports you. Someone to share recipes with, exercise with etc. It's much easier to do when you are a "partner in crime".
4.Try to stay away from alcohol. Or make sure that you leave enough calories for a glass or two. But remember that the more you drink, the more you want to drink and the next morning the hangover will drive you to junk and greasy food.
5.Drink a lot of fluids (preferably water, but this is difficult for many people). Try different herbal teas etc to give you a bit of variety.
6.Keep busy. Then you don't think of food so much. And set mini goals with little rewards. This will keep you motivated if you are serious about loosing those extra kilos.