Enjoy more free time... look and feel your very best... and love the food you eat!
That's the core message of Diet-to-Go's brand-new professionally created video. But it can also be the mantra you follow while trying to attain that elusive healthier lifestyle in 2011.
At Diet-to-Go, our goal is to help everyone eat healthy and live well. Our fresh and delicious meals may be the missing piece to your puzzle.
Just think: No more stressing over meal planning, food shopping, cooking or heavy cleanup of pots and pans. The time you free up by signing up for one of our fantastic meal plans is priceless!
Suddenly, you can find the time for fitness and activities you love... you can lose the weight that's been tagging along for too long now.... you can get healthier by lowering your blood pressure and cholesterol levels... and you can feel great in your new clothes – even swimwear!
"Getting healthy without resorting to drugs requires a lifestyle change," says Diet-to-Go founder and CEO Hilton Davis. "Our video's message is how easy Diet-to-Go makes it to change your lifestyle as to eating healthy.
"The path from the beautifully prepared, healthy, delicious foods in a spotless, professional environment to your kitchen is easy and painless. And it's only a few clicks on your computer or a phone call away."
Daniel Schmidt, Senior Vice President of Sales & Business Development, says the nifty new video is just a matter of technology catching up with Diet-to-Go.
"For almost 20 years, Diet-to-Go has been focused on helping our customers improve their lives through eating a healthier diet," Schmidt says. "Through the use of technology we’re excited to be able to showcase the features and benefits of our program and bring our message to the masses."
Please check out our new production now – it is a video that CAN change your life!
John McGran has been a writer/editor for about as long as he's been battling his weight. During his 25-year career, John has written for several newspapers, tabloids and Web sites. You may recognize his name and style from the seven years he spent writing a Worst of the Worst Foods column as Mr. Bad Food. If you have any topics you'd like John to tackle, feel free to write him at email@example.com