HMR® Digital Weight Loss Plan and Phone Coaching Now Available

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Just in time for January weight-loss resolutions, we are making our intensive “in-person” diet and lifestyle change program available as a digital option, allowing even more people to participate. Using the program developed by HMR, people can now lose weight in person, or on their own from the comfort of home with the support of a free HMR app or group phone coaching.

Why Digital, Why Now?

Losing weight and then figuring out how to keep it off for permanent weight loss is really challenging. Our staff is here to support and coach people to lose a lot of weight and learn new, healthier skills for the long term. But with today’s busy lifestyles, many people just aren’t able to come in every week. With these new options, more people will be able to access the program, in a way that fits their life.” 

Although these are ‘new’ options, they’re a version of the same HMR Program that U.S. News & World Report has recognized as a No. 1 Best Fast Weight-Loss Diet for the past three years.

How the Program Works

For more information on the program click here or call 404-531-0350.

If you’d like to learn more about permanent weight loss, please feel free to call us or schedule an appointment with Dr. Isaacs using the online booking tool on this website.

Author
Scott Isaacs, MD Endocrinologist and Weight Loss Specialist

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