Quick weight loss is possible. Maybe you’ve heard that “there’s no quick fix” and that the only way to lose weight and improve your health is to make gradual changes over time. For someone wanting to lose 30, or 50, or 100 pounds, that would take months and maybe years of struggle and avoiding the foods you love to eat small amounts of the food you don’t—how overwhelming! That’s no way to live!
Indeed an individual came to me after working with a nutritionist for 11 months. He had lost 10 pounds and wanted to lose 30 more. At that rate, he’d be struggling for about 3 more years! It was heartbreaking to me because I know that my clients generally lose 10 to 15 pounds a month, and that the right approach produces quick and healthy weight loss.
Because so many have struggled so long to lose weight, it almost seems like a dream too good to be true to actually receive the benefits of weight loss in a quick, healthy way. Some health professionals have also been indoctrinated that weight loss must be slow. I was speaking with an acupuncturist who told me that he’s against my approach. When I asked what approach he took with his patients, he said he tells them they must make gradual changes over time and that it’s a slow process. When I asked why he was talking with me, he said, “What I tell them doesn’t work!” He became my client and lost 40 pounds in less than 3 months!
Is there a quick and healthy way to lose weight? Yes! The weight loss protocol we use has been developed by physicians and registered dieticians. We have 30 years of scientific research done at Johns Hopkins University and the National Institutes of Health demonstrating the effectiveness of this approach for people to lose weight quickly in a healthy way. It has been recommended by 20,000 doctors and used by over 1,000,000 people get healthy.
Of course weight loss would be pointless if it wasn’t done in a healthy way. The whole point of reaching your ideal weight is to get healthy! That’s why we use this step-by-step approach to first achieve your ideal weight and then create the lifestyle that will keep you at that weight while you continue to improve your health.