HMR® at Home

HMR at Home is a weight loss and lifestyle-change program intended to help you lose weight quickly and keep it off by developing healthy habits that. There are 2 diet plans with weekly group phone coaching and digital coaching through the HMR app. The Digital Healthy Solutions Plan is the plan if you want to diet on your own with the support of the HMR mobile app. The Phone Group Healthy Solutions Plan is the plan if you want extra accountability for extra weight loss.

HMR at Home® is an intensive weight loss program for people who are unable to attend the in-clinic HMR program and need a more flexible option.  You can lose weight rapidly and build healthier routines that last with this home version of the Healthy Solutions HMR program.

Digital Healthy Solutions Plan

Phone Group Healthy Solutions Plan

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. Click here to watch a short video about the HMR program at Atlanta Endocrine Associates.

Author
Scott Isaacs, MD Endocrinologist and Weight Loss Specialist

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