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  1. Cathrine’s Corner: Staying Healthy, Happy & Fit in the Social Distancing Era

    Cathrine’s Corner: Staying Healthy, Happy & Fit in the Social Distancing Era

    Social distancing and quarantining have been hard on everyone. We sat down with Cathrine to learn about her experience and her creative ways to continue eating healthy, staying fit and taking care of herself mentally.

  2. This is So Easy: Long Island Woman Sheds 10 Pounds in First Month on Diet-to-Go

    This is So Easy: Long Island Woman Sheds 10 Pounds in First Month on Diet-to-Go

    Many weight loss plans ask you to meal prep, weigh out portions or restrict yourself to things like salad and fruit. That can be tricky to stick with. Sandra was excited to find out that that isn't what Diet-to-Go is about.

  3. Cathrine’s Corner: 8 Changes to Make When Things Feel Hopeless

    Cathrine’s Corner: 8 Changes to Make When Things Feel Hopeless

    Cathrine's Corner: Feeling hopeless? It's okay! When you’re on a weight loss journey, there are times when you are going to reach plateaus. And there are times when you’re going feel hopeless. Cathrine's been there too! She is sharing the 8 changes she has made when things feel hopeless.

  4. Mom of 3 Sheds 15 Pounds Going All-in on Diet-to-Go’s Keto Plan

    Mom of 3 Sheds 15 Pounds Going All-in on Diet-to-Go’s Keto Plan

    Raising three children, volunteering at school, running a small online business and managing a household didn’t leave a lot of time for 39-year-old Ashley Ternan to think about her health.  After yo-yo dieting through college and three pregnancies, her ideal weight seemed to be slipping away. Ashley began researching other options and soon found Diet-to-Go.

  5. Cathrine’s Corner: 11 Pieces of Advice to Push Through Discouragement

    Cathrine’s Corner: 11 Pieces of Advice to Push Through Discouragement

    Have you ever felt discouraged when trying to lose weight? What did you do to move past it? We've all experienced a setback in some way and the feeling of frustration and hopelessness that comes along with it. 

  6. Account Executive’s Diet-to-Go Journey Helps Reverse Major Health Issues

    Account Executive’s Diet-to-Go Journey Helps Reverse Major Health Issues

    For Amy Mitchell, an account executive at Diet-to-Go, weighing an unhealthy amount led to major health problems. At age 30, Amy had already been taking medication to lower her cholesterol. Amy's wake-up call came when she had to have her gallbladder removed. “After that, I did a lot of Web MD and Google searching about it...and I found out fast food did that to me,” Amy said. “I was eating that two, three times a day. … I blame fast food for America’s weight problems. It was definitely my problem.” Amy said she gave up fast food and started cooking at home to start. She also started running, even training for marathons.

  7. Cathrines Corner: 11 Ways I Combat Diet Boredom

    Cathrines Corner: 11 Ways I Combat Diet Boredom

    Recovering from a major surgery is no easy feat.Today, Cathrine’s back at the gym, back riding her bicycle and back sharing with us how she keeps from getting bored with her healthy diet and fitness routines, something that could have easily happened during the healing process.

  8. Cathrines Corner: 10 Unexpected Things I Learned From a 100-pound Weight Loss (and Maintenance)

    Cathrines Corner: 10 Unexpected Things I Learned From a 100-pound Weight Loss (and Maintenance)

    “Everything you read says if you can maintain it for five years, you’re good,” Cathrine said. “If I lose weight, good, but my goal is maintenance.”

  9. Cathrines Corner: Here Is Why You Should NOT Quit

    Cathrines Corner: Here Is Why You Should NOT Quit

    “I’m approaching one year of maintaining 100-pound weight loss!" I’ve had that in the back of mind, and I struggle with that fear every day,” Cathrine said.

  10. Cathrine's Corner: Cathrine's 3 Go-To Tips for Staying On-Track with Weight Loss

    Cathrine's Corner: Cathrine's 3 Go-To Tips for Staying On-Track with Weight Loss

    “When I think of my life, every single moment and how much my life has changed, I think of Diet-to-Go. It really has changed my life,” Cathrine said. That kind of success is exactly why we asked Cathrine to share with us her best tips for maintaining weight loss.

  11. Colorado Hiker and Cook Sees Major Slim-Down with Diet-to-Go

    Colorado Hiker and Cook Sees Major Slim-Down with Diet-to-Go

    Food is just food. But if you’re going to stick with a weight loss plan, it’s got to be healthy, sustainable and, most importantly, taste good. That’s what Cathie David believes, and why she found Diet-to-Go to be just the thing to fit into her busy lifestyle.

  12. Cathrine’s Corner: Making New Memories in August

    Cathrine’s Corner: Making New Memories in August

    This month I had the opportunity to attend a fundraising event for Autism Speaks. Cocktail attire was required and I had nothing to wear. I asked a friend to come with me for support. I had the most amazing experience.

  13. Cathrine’s Corner: Strength, Stamina & New Experiences in July

    Cathrine’s Corner: Strength, Stamina & New Experiences in July

    One of my biggest joys of having lost over 100 pounds are the doors opened to me. I have wanted to paddle board and jet ski for years, but was afraid to inquire about weight restrictions. I can now say I have successfully done both!

  14. Cathrine’s Corner: Reflecting on Lifestyle Changes in June

    Cathrine’s Corner: Reflecting on Lifestyle Changes in June

    I recently watched a documentary about weight loss and why it is so difficult to maintain. It was suggested that people fail with maintaining weight loss when it is not a sustainable life change. Personally, I have always had success losing weight using different diet systems or fads, but within a few months, my weight loss stopped, and I slowly begin gaining the weight lost.

  15. Cathrine’s Corner: Small Changes Make All the Difference in May

    Cathrine’s Corner: Small Changes Make All the Difference in May

    Back to a pound a week! My greatest learnings this month are the mental and physical challenges of maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and how small changes can make a difference.

  16. Cathrine’s Corner: Fighting Self-Sabotage in April

    Cathrine’s Corner: Fighting Self-Sabotage in April

    I did not meet my goal for March, and that was discouraging. I have made significant changes to my lifestyle over the last 15 months, and I know what it takes to lose 1-2 pounds a week. While I wanted to blame my slow progress on travel and socializing, I realized an old habit started to creep into my thinking.

  17. Cathrine’s Corner: Pushing Through in March

    Cathrine’s Corner: Pushing Through in March

    My biggest triumph this month was the notification I received through my fitness app that I’d exercised at least 3 times a week for 26 weeks. I have actually exercised at least 30 minutes a day, a minimum of FIVE days a week for a total of 28 weeks!

  18. ‘I got rid of it all’: Software engineer sheds 100 pounds with Diet-to-Go

    ‘I got rid of it all’: Software engineer sheds 100 pounds with Diet-to-Go

    Sometimes the first step to losing weight and getting healthy starts with removing all temptation. That’s how it started for Alexis Gardner, a software engineer who lives in New York and in 1.5 years lost 100 pounds* with the help of Diet-to-Go and fitness.

  19. Cathrine’s Corner: Finding ‘Another Way’ in February

    Cathrine’s Corner: Finding ‘Another Way’ in February

    In 2017, Cathrine Shinn lost 100 pounds using Diet-to-Go*. We’re following her story through 2018 as she continues to lose weight and get healthy. If Cathrine can do it, so can you!

  20. Hardeman Family Sheds 330 Pounds to Gain New Lease on Life

    Hardeman Family Sheds 330 Pounds to Gain New Lease on Life

    It is one thing to lose weight as an individual — it’s quite another when you get the entire family to do it. But that is exactly what 47-year-old Sandra Hardeman did with her three sons and husband one year ago, and, since then, the family has collectively lost more than 330 pounds.

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