The Ideal Protein Weight Loss Protocol is a medically developed weight loss method with a stable weight maintenance plan built right in. Our dieters learn to eat smarter, in order to sustain lifestyle changes that will assist them in achieving and maintaining better well being.
When you follow the Ideal Protein weight-loss method, you will learn:
Anyone can lose weight…learning how to maintain your results after dieting should be your ultimate goal.
There is an obesity epidemic in this country. Over 2/3 of the population is overweight or obese. That's staggering!
There's low fat food choices everywhere and diet centers on every corner. And we are getting more overweight every year.
Quite simply, the problem is carbs. Carbohydrates. French fries, potatoes, pasta, rice, bread, tortillas, pizza and on and on. We eat way too many carbs and not enough protein. On average we intake over 200 grams of carbs and 20-30 grams of protein. To change your body you need to change those numbers - less cabs and more protein.
Less carbs, more protein. Those are 4 very powerful words and are the foundation of the Ideal Protein weight loss program. So why are carbs so much of a problem? Simple, when you eat carbs your body releases insulin into the bloodstream. It does that for 2 reasons - to balance blood sugar and to store fat. So...less carbs lead to less fat storage.
Now not all carbs are bad. Vegetables and lettuce have carbs but they also contain fiber and your body uses more energy to digest them. Eating lots of vegetables is very healthy and can contribute to weight loss.
The other part of weight loss and improved health is protein. Protein is a nutrient that the body needs to grow and maintain. And many important parts of the body like hair, skin, eyes, and organs are all made from protein. And muscle is the engine of your metabolism and it needs protein to grow and maintain too. More protein means a higher percentage of muscle which results in a faster metabolism and more fat burning.
Why have hundreds of our clients lost thousands of pounds of fat?