HMR Ranked #1 for Fast Weight Loss for Fifth Consecutive Year

U.S. News & World Report has ranked the HMR program offered at Atlanta Endocrine Associates the #1 Best Fast-Weight Loss Diet for 2020. It’s the fifth consecutive year that HMR’s intensive, yet simple program has held the first-place position.

More Speed, More Motivation, More Skills

Fast weight loss all comes down to motivation. Losing weight quickly is incredibly motivating. It can help people stick with their diet longer, which is especially important if you have a lot of weight to lose. Fast weight loss is a big part of the program, but equally important are the new skills you’ll learn along the way to support a healthier lifestyle over the long term.

How it Works

If you’re ready to reset your 2020 resolution, we’re here for you!

For the convenience of online support, try our at-home program. Click here.

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.

https://health.usnews.com/best-diet/hmr-program

Author
Scott Isaacs, MD Endocrinologist and Weight Loss Specialist

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