Ideal Protein new client health profile

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According to the World Health Organization, MEN and WOMEN who live at a healthy weight reduce their chance of suffering from long-term debilitating diseases, to include:

  1. Coronary heart disease
  2. Type 2 diabetes
  3. Cancers (endometrial, breast, colon)
  4. Hypertension (high blood pressure)
  5. Stroke
  6. Liver and gallbladder disease
  7. Osteoarthritis (degeneration of joint cartilage and bone)
  8. Sleep apnea, and
  9. Respiratory problems.

Living at a healthy weight to avoid chronic disease is an obvious strategy to maximize the enjoyment one may obtain from this life.

This requires learning and implementing certain habit patterns necessary to maintain a life-long healthy weight.

Ideal Protein attacks the root cause of weight gain and at the same time empowers individuals with the education necessary to navigate within a variety of lifestyles, with healthy eating.

Rather than wasting energy on “Fad Diets”, here you learn to maintain a stable weight.

Ideal Protein:

  • Is a structured weight-loss program with a proven track record;
  • Understands the relationship between dietary choices and cellulite formation (women) and excessive belly fat (men);
  • Specializes in personalized one-on-one weekly coaching;
  • Emphasizes¬†smarter eating education needed to sustain lifestyle change;
  • Most importantly, teaches how to maintain weight-loss results!

You can download and complete the following Ideal Protein Health Profile and bring it to a consultation with a certified Ideal Protein weight-loss coach, today!

Ideal Protein Health Profile (January 2015)

 

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