Introduction to the Fundamentals of Ideal Protein

Introduction to the Fundamentals of Ideal Protein


In 2013 the American Medical Association officially labeled obesity
as a disease. According to the National Institute of Health nearly 70% of Americans 20 years
of age and older, are either overweight or obese. In a study called Findings
and policy implications for improving the
health of US children, almost one-third of
American children, nearly 23 million
children, and teens are either overweight or obese. As can be read
in another study, this time published in the New England journal
of Medicine called ‘A potential decline
in life expectancy in the United States
in the 21st century’. It seems as though the epidemic
is winning. Is there a way
to fight back and take control
of our health? Ideal Protein is
a low calorie; low carbohydrate protein
based supervised ketogenic protocol
supplemented with partial meal replacements. Ideal Protein has a
structured approach to stabilization and maintenance. This evidence-based, 12 month stabilization period and the support it
provides are critical for the first year
after weight loss and maintenance thereafter. Here is why. We understand that
long-term success of weight maintenance means that we need support and guidance in changing
our lifestyle and eating habits. Changing these behaviors is key to long
term success. This is what we call
the ‘ideal difference’. Our weight loss phase
is what we call ‘lifestyle building’. Our maintenance and stabilization phases are what we call ‘lifestyle living.’ Ideal Protein is not
a magic wand. No diet is a vaccine against
being overweight or obese, or even
weight regain. But this protocol is a powerful tool, helping real people
achieve what they may have never
believed possible. Why not take control
of your health and start your journey
towards your new lifestyle living? Why wait? Visit IdealProtein.com and talk to your practitioner
about starting