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Weight loss program and diet tools for healthy weight loss

  • Popular foods calorie counter and online calorie and nutrition databases.
  • Keep a food diary - the most powerful path to changing your diet.
  • See how many calories you need to reach your weight loss goal.
  • Browse our recipes, calorie count your own recipes.



October Highlights

Christmas Challenge

Get motivated - Get a medal - Drop a size or two before Christmas with the Little Black Dress or Little Black DJ Challenge

Short but Sweet 2 stone in 3 months

Despite chocolate biscuits calling her name from the cupboard Antonia managed to lose an impressive 2st 1lb in 3months and 1 week – Her short and quirky tale of success is sure to bring a wry smile or two

New Meal Prep Plan

5 luscious lunches, 5 delish dinners (plus a spare) – healthy, tasty and calorie counted. All sorted for the week ahead in around 60 minutes. Easy to follow instructions plus a video show you how to make it happen

99 New Grab & Go Lunch Ideas

Find something quick, tempting and low cal on our updated 99 item menu from the UK’s most popular lunch food takeaways

Help for Getting Started

Need a Diet Plan? 25 Weekly Plans to Choose From

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.

10 Easy Ways to Reduce Calories for Weight Loss

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

Lose Weight in 6 Weeks

It can be easier to get started, and keep going, if you set a fixed time. Here's how to work out how much you can lose and how to do it, with dietitian's tips for each week.

Quiz: Are You Ready to Lose Weight?

You want to lose weight, but have you got the right mindset for long term success? This quiz provides a reality check for your mindset, along with insights into any readiness gaps your answers reveal.

How Many Calories do You Need to Lose Weight?

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.

Weight Loss and Diet Essentials

How to Lose Weight

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.

Low Calorie Recipes

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

How Long Does it Take to Lose Weight?

Illustrated by the graphs of real people who have succesfully lost from 2-9 stones and maintained a loss.

Daily Calorie Intake

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.

Goals and Results

Set a weight loss goal using flexible parameters personal to you. Charts and graphs show your progress.


Keep a calorie counted food diary, use your nutrition profile to make sure you maintain a healthy diet during your weight loss. Calorie count your favourite recipes.


Keep an online exercise diary and exercise plan. Access the Weight Loss Resources database to see how many calories you'll burn!

Members Forum

Share your weight loss experiences and diet tips with like-minded Weight Loss Resources members.

The tools and information on the Weight Loss Resources site are intended as an aid to weight loss and weight maintenance, and do not offer medical advice. If you suffer from, or think you may suffer from, a medical condition you should consult your doctor before starting a weight loss and/or exercise regime. If you decide to start exercising after a period of relative inactivity you should start very slowly and consult your doctor if you experience any discomfort, distress or any other symptoms. If you feel any discomfort or pain when you exercise, do not continue. The tools and information on the Weight Loss Resources site are not intended for women who are pregnant or breast-feeding, or for any person under the age of 18. Copyright © 2000-2019 Weight Loss Resources Ltd. All product names, trademarks, registered trademarks, service marks or registered service marks, mentioned throughout any part of the Weight Loss Resources web site belong to their respective owners.