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  • What is Weight-By-Date?
    Weight-By-Date is an easy-to-use weight loss program that runs on any Windows PC. You don't have to be online to use it and it's totally private.
    Think of it as a food diary, nutrition calculator, weight tracker, fitness log, health monitor, and personal motivator — all neatly organized on your PC.
  • How Does it Work?
    One of the healthiest, most effective ways to lose weight is to track your progress. Track what you eat, what you weigh, and what you do for exercise.
    That's how Weight-By-Date works. It opens your eyes, so you can see what you're doing wrong (and right). It's motivating and user-friendly, so you look forward to using it every day.
    There aren't any gimmicks or false promises — just good common-sense in a high-tech tool.
  • How Much is it?
    Believe it or not, Weight-By-Date costs as little as $37.99 — a perfect fit for any budget. $57.99 gets you free support and one year of free upgrades.
    You won't have any monthly or weekly fees to deal with either. Plus, Weight-By-Date doesn't pretend to be free, only to bombard you with e-mails and advertisements after you sign-up.
  • Will it Run on My PC?
    If you have a PC running Microsoft Windows, then that's all you need. Weight-By-Date works great on all modern versions of Windows, including Windows 7, Vista, and XP.
    You don't need a lot of memory or space on your hard drive. It runs on both 32-bit and 64-bit PCs. Installation is fast and easy.
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Restore Your Health
Sensible weight loss can help you deal with diabetes, heart disease and other chronic health problems.

Here's what we know right now:

  • Over two-thirds of adults in the United States are overweight or obese.
  • 1.6 billion adults are overweight worldwide.
  • About 2.3 billion adults will be overweight worldwide by 2015.
    (Source: National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey and the World Health Organization)

We also know that being overweight has its health risks, and that's where Weight-By-Date can help. It gives you sensible ways to lose weight, follow a healthy eating plan, and be more active.

These are the healthy habits that help you feel better and look better. And they play an important role in reducing your risk of several types of chronic diseases that can definitely interfere with your hopes for a long, healthy life.

Type-2 Diabetes
More than 85 percent of people with type 2 diabetes are overweight. Weight-By-Date is a perfect match for people with type 2 diabetes, because it focuses so much on weight loss and diet.
How Weight-By-Date Helps:
Weight Loss
. The weight loss calendar and progress charts keep you motivated to lose weight, so you can prevent diabetes, delay the onset of it, or improve your condition.
Blood Sugar Control. The food diary tracks your nutrition, including carbohydrates, sugars, protein, fiber, and sugar alcohols. Knowing these will help you keep your blood sugar levels under control, so you can avoid the highs and lows that prevent you from living a normal life.
Exercise Motivation
. The exercise log keeps you motivated, which can help with your blood sugar and reduce the amount of medications you take.
Heart Disease and Stroke
People who are overweight are more likely
to develop high blood pressure, high levels of triglycerides and LDL cholesterol, and low levels of HDL cholesterol. These are all risk factors for heart disease and stroke.
How Weight-By-Date Helps:
Weight Loss
. If you're overweight, the National Institutes of Health recommends that you lose 5 to 10 percent of your body weight to lower your risk of heart disease and stroke. Obviously, Weight-By-Date is a great overall solution for this.
Nutrition Tracking
. The food diary tracks your intake for the nutrients that affect triglycerides and cholesterol: total fat, saturated fat, trans fat, cholesterol, and sodium intake.
Reduce Belly Fat
. Excess belly fat can cause inflammation in blood vessels and affect your circulation. Use the measurements journal to improve your waistline and your body fat.
Osteoarthritis, the most common form of arthritis, affects approximately 27 million Americans. Although osteoarthritis is common in Americans 65 years of age or older, osteoarthritis is known to be caused by more than age-associated “wear-and-tear” on the joints.
How Weight-By-Date Helps:
Weight Loss
. Extra weight may place extra pressure on joints and cartilage, causing them to wear away. Weight-By-Date makes life with osteoarthritis easier by helping you lose weight and keep it off for good.
Exercise Planning. Moderate exercise is a good way to reduce the pain and increase flexibility. Weight-By-Date helps you create a sensible exercise plan and find exercises that will fit into your lifestyle.
Improve Body Fat
. More body fat can cause inflammation at the joints, which may raise the risk for osteoarthritis. The measurements log helps by calculating your body fat and tracking it over time.
Metabolic Syndrome
If you have metabolic syndrome, you are twice as likely to get heart disease and five times as likely to develop type 2 diabetes. It is strongly linked to obesity, especially a large waistline.
How Weight-By-Date Helps:
Reduce Belly Fat
. The body measurements journal helps you track your waist measurement and body fat. Since excess fat around the waist is strongly linked to metabolic syndrome, this is pretty important.
Weight Loss and Exercise
. Weight-By-Date can help you lose 10 percent of your body weight and exercise more, as recommended by the National Institutes of Health.
Improve Triglycerides, Cholesterol, and Blood Pressure
. These have all been linked to metabolic syndrome. Weight-By-Date helps by tracking your total fat, saturated fat, trans fat, cholesterol, and sodium intake, so you can reduce the strain on your heart.
High Blood Pressure
High blood pressure (also known as hypertension) is twice as common in adults who are overweight than in those who are at a healthy weight. It increases the risk of heart disease and stroke, so it's important to keep your blood pressure under control.
How Weight-By-Date Helps:
Weight Loss. Your blood pressure rises as your body weight increases. If you're overweight and already living with hypertension, then weight loss is essential. Weight-By-Date's motivating calendar and progress charts can have a big impact on your life by helping you lose the weight for good.
Exercise Motivation
. Being physically active is one of the most important things you can do to prevent or control high blood pressure. The exercise log helps you stay motivated and find more exercises that fit into your lifestyle.
Eating Right
. What you eat affects your blood pressure. Weight-By-Date's food diary tracks your calories, fats, sodium, and cholesterol to help you keep your blood pressure levels under control.
Being overweight may increase the risk of
developing several types of cancer, including
colon cancer and breast cancer. Gaining weight during adult life increases the risk, even if the weight gain does not result in overweight or obesity.
Women gaining more than 20 pounds from age 18 to midlife double their risk of postmenopausal breast cancer, compared to women whose weight remains stable.
Obesity, lack of physical activity, and diets high in fat are risk factors for colorectal cancer.
Weight-By-Date can't help if you already have cancer. It can help to decrease your risk of developing cancer, since being overweight can lead to it. The weight loss calendar, goal projections, progress charts, food diary, exercise log, and measurements journal all help with the overall goal of weight loss.

Are you starting to get excited, knowing that a healthier you is just around the corner?

See what others are saying now that they are living healthier lives too.

Do yourself a favor. Click the button below and get started with Weight-By-Date today. You'll be glad you did.

Thanks for helping me become healthier and more able to enjoy life to the fullest. - Dan in Apple Valley, Minnesota



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