Sustainable Weight Loss Program is not a short-term prescription that promotes water loss for example and gets praised as a miracle diet. It is a whole mind-body approach that incorporates foods, restricted time eating, lifestyle modifications, movement, sleep and stress interventions.
Per CDC National Center for Health Statistics data brief, 42.4 % of the US population through the years of 2017-2018 is obese. (1) They estimated
- Annual medical cost of obesity in US was 147 billion dollars in 2008.
- The medical cost for people who have obesity was $ 1,429 higher than those of normal weight.
Obesity-related conditions including heart disease, type 2 diabetes, some types of cancer, hypertension are some of the leading causes of preventable and premature death.
Project of Health`s Sustainable Weight Loss Program is not a diet program that is the same for everybody. It is a journey that is highly personalized in nature. A weight loss and maintenance support program that takes into account your specific body type, needs, imbalances, lifestyle, and eating habits.
My treatment plan incorporates multimodal strategies including but not limiting to:
- Personalized therapeutic 7-day diet meal plans.
- Establishment of calorie targets, resting metabolic rate.
- Fasting Protocol according to your monthly menstrual cycle when applicable for optimal benefits.
- Lifestyle Modifications such as movement, rest, sleep, stress reduction, etc.
- Use of supplements, botanicals, spices and teas that promote urning of fat as source of energy, and hence promoting fat loss.
As support in maintaining your weight lost, I am connected with L-Nutra and Prolon FMD. As approved professional provider, there is additional 20% off access link to my patients. 20 + years of research has proven that Prolon FMD supports belly fat loss (2) With my plan, we are going to establish a protocol on the number of cycles you will need to finish and provide personalized follow up diet 7-day plan to avoid yo-yo dieting cycles.
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1) Fryar CD, Kruszon-Moran D, Gu Q, Ogden CL. Mean body weight, height, waist circumference, and body mass index among adults: United
States, 1999–2000 through 2015–2016. National Health Statistics Reports; no 122. Hyattsville, MD: National Center for Health Statistics. 2018
2) Fanti, Maura et al. “Time-Restricted Eating, Intermittent Fasting, and Fasting-Mimicking Diets in Weight Loss.” Current obesity reports vol. 10,2 (2021): 70-80. doi:10.1007/s13679-021-00424-2
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Weight Loss Centers, Nutritionists, Dietitians