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Federal employees have had a lot of time to eat this winter. They were furloughed. Then they went home for Thanksgiving. They were furloughed again, this time for weeks on end and an extended Yuletide season. Then came the Blizzard of 1996 and these poor folks got covered in 2 feet of snow and stayed home for yet another week ... followed by Martin Luther King Day, Super Bowl Sunday and on and on.

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And even if it has been by default, it's doubtful that longer-then-usual stab at eggnog, fruitcake and other holiday treats and those long, dreary pizza-and-movie-filled afternoons brought much mercy in tow. So, there are a lot of extra pounds lolling around.

But thanks to a little, hand-held computer rolled out last December by Reston-based PICS Inc.--that's short for Personal Improvement Computer Systems--federal employees can fight back against cholesterol and fat.

Private sector types can too, they just don't have half the excuse that federal workers do. Sold to individuals by doctors, DietMate is also catching on as a component of companies'wellness programs.

The size of a box of Snackwells, the DietMate develops customized programs for its users based on height, weight, age, sex and cholesterol levels. Users set goals and if they stick to them, they get barraged with positive reinforcement; if they stray, they get scolded. Eat too much and risk rebuke the next a.m.: "Watch your calorie intake more carefully today, Bob!" Reach your goal and enjoy zippy fanfare, ballpark-style.

DietMate is most readily available to consumers by calling 1-800-DIETMATE or by visiting their website at www.DietMate.com. The cost: $197.50 and a few layers of winter flab.


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