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The Promise Diet compliments other diets, not competes

To the extent that one diet "competes" against another -- you can do the Atkins diet or the U.S. government's My Pyramid Plan but not both at the same time -- The Promise Diet™ does not compete, but rather compliments and supports.

That is, The Promise Diet can enable the success of any (worthwhile) diet. And, with some time-based asterisks, you could use The Promise Diet to simply kickstart a weight loss endeavor, although the power of this approach is the permanent results it brings from permanent PUBIMO™ promises.

So then, The Promise Diet (and this website) does not dictate or prescribe a particular set of foods to eat, but rather encourages and guides you in learning about proper nutrition, and then offers you a means to overcome the need for discpline and willpower so that you can make the changes in your life you know you should make.




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If you are morbidly obese, this website could save your life. I've not completed my journey, but I've lost over 115 pounds so far, most of it since starting something I'm calling "The Promise Diet." You can too, one promise at a time."

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