The Ideal Protein Weightloss Method
IDEAL IMAGE RESOLUTION SOLUTION YOU DECIDE IF HEALTH IS A LIFESTYLE CHOICE!
Ideal Image Clinic offers the Ideal Protein Protocol for clients who decide health is a lifestyle choice, not a negotiable roll of the dice. Following is a quality excerpt from EON: Enhanced Online News; Gatineau, Quebec. This will be relevant to my readers as it relates how Ideal Protein helps lower the risk of heart disease and diabetes. Weight loss with the Ideal Protein Protocol, a medically designed and developed protocol for weight loss and weight maintenance, has been shown to potentially reduce healthcare claims and improve key markers of cardiac and metabolic health, according to findings unveiled at Obesity Week 2016 in New Orleans (November 2016). The Ideal Protein Protocol, is a four-phase, low carbohydrate, moderate protein, ketogenic weight management solution. Many healthcare practitioners offer the protocol to their patients to help them lose weight and as a result, reverse metabolic syndrome - the cluster of conditions including increased blood pressure, high blood sugar and abnormal cholesterol or triglyceride levels that are often pre-cursors to heart disease, stroke and type 2 diabetes. As the obesity epidemic escalates, associated healthcare costs are rising in proportion. The price tag for overweight and obesity in America is estimated to range from $147 billion to nearly $210 billion per year in direct and non-direct medial costs, including surgery, medications, counseling and cost for treating obesity-related complications. Effect of a Ketogenic Diet on Advanced Lipid Profiles Twenty patients (BMI>35) were enrolled in the 12 week study with the Ideal Protein Protocol. Besides noticeable results in weight reduction, findings indicate that the Ideal ProteinProtocol also has a positive effect
on lipid abnormalities, with significant reductions observed in glucose and triglyceride levels. The Ideal protein Protocol also has a positive effect on insulin, insulin resistance and parameters of metabolic syndrome. “It is gratifying to see that these scientific findings mirror the patient outcomes we see regularly at our clinic with the Ideal Protein Protocol,” continued cardiologist Dr. Lofemann, MD, FACC, Wausau, WI. “The results demonstrate that when we address obesity as the root problem instead of just treating the symptoms, there is significant improvement in markers of cardiovascular and metabolic health as a result.” (concluded) Additionally, according to a recent article in Medscape, a leading online medical journal geared towards medical professionals, being overweight and obese are associated with a significantly increased risk of premature death, particularly among men. This has been confirmed by an individual- participant data meta-analysis, where researchers found that individuals with a high BMI had a significantly increased risk of all-cause mortality, with approximately one in six premature deaths potentially avoidable through weight loss. Our next Information Workshop to learn how to become an Ideal Protein client is at Advanced Physical Therapy on Monday, January 9, 2017 from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. Call for reservations at 316-772-1369. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! May your health ‘Resolutions’ come true with our Ideal Protein Protocol
Ideal Image, LLC Dixie Pomeroy, RN, BSN Weight Management Consultantaptnewton.com
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