The Best Diet is the One You Don’t Know You’re On
There are nine brief sections that walk you step-by-step through the One-Day Diet plan. Along the way we'll guide you with examples and activities to help you make the changes that are right for you, your busy schedule, and your personal goals.
Although this is called the One-Day Diet, you can do it all on one day, or spread across a couple of weeks. Throughout 'One-Day' you will uncover the hidden persuaders that lead you to overeat and solutions to overcome them. These solutions, which are often just small changes, have helped thousands of people just like you eat less without even realizing it. They work so well that 94% of people we've worked with don't believe they actually ate less than they usually do. These findings have been published in some of the best medical nutrition journals in the world.
As a bonus Much of what works for you will also work for your spouse and kids. The little changes you make in One-Day at home will help them eat a little and eat better-- without even realizing.
"I love that you bring science to a process that’s an enigma to so many of us and you make it easy for us to do the right thing."
Dr. Mehmet Oz, Celebrity Heart Surgeon, TV Personality, and Best-Selling Author
"Absolutely fascinating. This solid plan can knock 10 to 20 pounds off of any of us in a year. Ironically and delightfully, you could call it a mindless diet -- one you don't even know you're on."
- Sara Moulton, Food Network star, Best-Selling Cookbook Author, and Celebrity Chef
"He is quite literally in a class by himself, since almost all the rest of us attempting to improve public health nutrition are trained in the health sciences. Brian's expertise is in marketing...His insights are, indeed, unique and compelling. His research is stunningly clever. Overall, his work is relevant, pragmatic, and often brilliant."
- Dr. David Katz, MD, MPH, Yale Professor and ABC News medical contributor
"Brian Wansink's discoveries might very well change your life."
- O, The Oprah Magazine
Most people think that it's hard work to be happy and healthy but I disagree
Brian Wansink, Ph.D., is a professor at and the director of the famed Cornell University Food and Brand Lab, where he is a leading authority in Food Psychology -- the science of why we eat what we eat. He is the author of Slim by Design: Mindless Eating Solutions for Everyday Life and Mindless Eating: Why We Eat More Than We Think, as well as three professional books and more than two hundred peer-reviewed journal articles. He was the 2011–12 president of the Society for Nutrition Education & Behavior, and in 2007 received a Presidential Appointment from the White House to serve as Executive Director of the USDA Center for Nutrition Policy & Promotion in charge of the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, the Food Guide Pyramid (MyPyramid.gov), and the development of MyPlate as the new national food guide icon. Wansink lives with his family in Ithaca, New York, where he enjoys both French food and French fries.
"Talk about the "easy button" that should have been pushed years ago." – Tracey 7-6-15
"This was more than just a weight loss program. It was more about learning how to manage a lifetime of good habits (and tricks) to help you maintain a healthy life." - Steven 4-1-15
"I feel I have new tools to help me continue on the path of positive change and losing weight and keeping if off. Will power is not the answer - if it was, all would be thin. I will also remember the best diet is the one your don't know you are on. If only more people got that concept!" - Leslie 6-17-15
"I really enjoyed the course. Brian’s videos were short and to the point. I have made small and important changes in my kitchen." - Nancy 7-30-15
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