Wouldn’t it be great if the day you started a diet, you stopped craving any other foods? The reality, however, is that we all have food temptations that ride right alongside our best intentions for weight loss.
I am pleased to announce that the HMR Program for Weight Management has been chosen by Reader’s Digest as the top diet plan for fast weight loss.
Health Management Resources (HMR) made the top of the list of best diet plans because you can lose up to 66 pounds in 26 weeks on the Decision-Free plan. You can also lose 37 pounds with the Healthy Solutions option. Many patients lose even more weight. The Decision-Free diet is a medically supervised, low-calorie diet of meal replacements including shakes, entrees and snacks; Healthy Solutions includes shakes, snacks, entrees, and your own fruits and vegetables.
These weight loss numbers are seen when the HMR program is done through a certified in-clinic program. Weight loss for the HMR at Home program is substantially less, but still an effective plan for people who cannot attend a clinic program.
We offer free information sessions where you can learn more about how you can lose weight safely and rapidly on the HMR program. Please call us at (404) 531-0350.
Read the entire Reader’s Digest article here.
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