New Year for New You on wlr
Make it stick this year with new habits proven to work for weight loss - get started today!
There's a starting point for everyone here, add a plan to your food diary and you can mix and match to your heart's content.
There are 6 factors that make a difference, here's what they are and how to work out your own calorie needs for the weight you want to be.
A relaxed, quick way of tracking your food. Use it alongside your calorie food diary, or on it's own when you're short of time, give it a go to see what suits you best!
Get in shape all over with this circuit workout to do at home, devised by personal trainer Christina Macdonald
Help for Getting Started
It is possible to steadily lose pounds over time without the dreaded D word. Here's 10 practical, actionable, easy ways to do it. You only need to find one or two that will work for you to make a difference
You want to lose weight, but how do you decide what your goal weight should be. Dietitian Juliette Kellow gives her advice for seeting an effective and motivational goal
You want to lose weight, but have you got the right mindset for long term success? This quiz provides reality check for your mindset, along with insights into any readiness gaps your answers reveal.
Planning your own diet is always going to be better than trying to fit someone else’s plan to your tastes and into your lifestyle, here's how to do it successfully
You get the best of all worlds in our food diary, from completely freestyle logging of what you eat, to following one of our many diet plans - and all points in between. Oh, and don't forget our well-organised and up-to-date UK food database.
Find out where you are now and get an idea of where you'd like to be with our BMI calculator.
Weight Loss and Diet Essentials
Our practical guide to getting started will show you how to build the foundations for successful, effective weight loss that you can maintain over the long term.
You don't have to deprive yourself of great food when you're trying to lose weight, try some of our yummy meals and snacks
Illustrated by the graphs of real people who have succesfully lost from 2-9 stones and maintained a loss.
So how many calories 'should' you be eating each day? How many do people in the UK consume? Your questions answered
* Note: The success stories published on Weight Loss Resources are written by WLR members, past and present, telling their own stories in their own words. As you will see if you read more than one or two of them, everyone's story is different and they have reached their success from a variety of starting points and lost weight at varying rates. Individual results may vary.