About the HMR Program for Weight Management™

Lose weight fast and build healthier routines that last with HMR® (Health Management Resources), a clinically proven diet and lifestyle-change program specially designed to help people who want to lose a lot of weight.  

More than just a diet, all-inclusive HMR plans also provide the education, support, and accountability to help you make and keep healthier lifestyle habits.

Fast, Motivating Weight Loss

For the past four years, U.S. News & World Report has ranked the HMR program as a No.1 Best Fast Weight-Loss Diet. Losing weight quickly is motivating and can help you stick to the diet longer.

How the Program Works

Now More Options – Lose Weight Here, or At Home

Choose the weight-loss option that works best for you. Join us for weekly meetings or do the program on your own at home with delivery of HMR foods and materials (available with or without group phone coaching).

In Person:

HMR’s premiere program offers the fastest weight loss and highest level of support.

*Clinic results (in-person): Average weight loss is 43-66 lbs. for the Decision-Free® plan with medical supervision, and 28-37.5 lbs. for the Healthy Solutions® plan, based on research studies conducted in people who completed between 12-26 weeks.

If you’re to lose weight fast and keep it off, we’re here for you!

For the greatest weight loss, consider our decision-free program.

We offer the option of weight loss medications with the in-clinic version of HMR, or with medical supervision using the HMR at Home Program.

Call 404-531-0350 for more information or click here to watch a short video about the program.

At Home:

If your schedule makes it difficult to attend weekly, lose weight at home with the Healthy Solutions® plan:

We partner with HMR’s national team of Health Coaches to deliver the at-home program. When you use the link below and join the at-home plan or purchase HMR foods online, HMR will associate you with our program.

**At-home results: Average weight loss for the Healthy Solutions at Home® program with phone coaching is 23 lbs. at 12 weeks and 28 lbs. at 26 weeks for those who completed the program. (This is also available as a digital plan without phone support.)

To find out more about the HMR at Home Program, click here and choose your plan.

The HMR at Home program is not medically supervised, however if you are a patient of Dr. Isaacs, please inform us that you are participating in the program as medical supervision may be needed and can be provided. We offer the option of weight loss medications with the in-clinic version of HMR, or with medical supervision using the HMR at Home Program.

For the fastest weight loss and highest level of support, join our HMR decision-free clinic program. It includes weekly in-person group coaching and support with a registered dietitian. 

Author
Scott Isaacs, MD Endocrinologist and Weight Loss Specialist

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