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  • n. Plural form of dieter.

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Examples

  • obesity, scientists have had about as much success as long-term dieters who want to stay thin

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  • And what you heard on our air just before the break was actually something that I think will shock a lot of Atkins dieters, which is that, as the spokeswoman for Atkins said, it is not about meat.

    CNN Transcript Feb 1, 2003

  • DONATO VACCARO, "CONSUMER REPORTS": Well, this is probably the largest survey ever of weight loss and maintenance and we found that among 32 dieters, that is, dieters were defined as people who had ever been overweight in their life.

    CNN Transcript May 25, 2002

  • The overwintering population enumerated in governors 'annual returns includes temporary migrants, such as dieters and workers contracted for two summers and a winter.

    The Slender Thread: Irish Women on the Aouthern Avalon, 1750-1860

  • While I don’t take issue with the claim that people can be healthy at any size within reason, this post doesn’t seem to address the primary motivation of most dieters, which is appearance.

    The Case Against Weight-Loss Dieting

  • To be completely honest with you, this becomes the viscous cycle in most "dieters" lives as they continue trying the wrong diets.

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  • This can be easier said than done for many 'dieters' who have carried excess weight for years and tried varied approaches, including a calories loss food program.

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  • Yet some studies have indicated that over 80 percent of dieters regain the weight they lost, and quickly, too.

    Lev Raphael: Maybe You Should Stop Dieting?

  • If anything, the lockout layoff appears to have goosed the mania, with football fans carbo-binging on the sport like failed Atkins dieters.

    Who Isn't Ready for Some Football?

  • Further, the HCG diet claims that the hormone allows dieters to stick to minuscule meals without hunger pangs.

    Glenn D. Braunstein, M.D.: HCG Diet: Junk Science That Just Won't Go Away

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