Which HMR diet program is right for you?

At Atlanta Endocrine Associates and the HMR Weight Loss Program we are here to help you attain your weight loss goals. But we know that everyone is an individual and what works for one person, may not work for another. HMR has multiple diet options to suit your needs and your lifestyle.

Decision-Free Plan:

Our premier program, the Decision-Free diet is designed for people who need to lose a lot of weight and want fast weight loss. Research has shown that faster weight loss predicts long-term success. Decision-Free follows a simple 3+2 structure and is the simplest program for those that do not want to make any decisions regarding any other food. Each day you will have a minimum of 3 HMR Shakes and 2 HMR Entrees.

HMR Healthy Solutions:

Healthy Solutions follows a simple 3+2+5 structure and is for those who wish to not have to make as many decisions about food. Each day you’ll eat a minimum of 3 HMR Shakes, 2 HMR entrees and 5 servings of fruit and vegetables.

HMR Healthy Shakes:

Healthy Shakes follows a simple 3+5+1 structure. Each day you’ll eat a minimum of 3 HMR Shakes, 5 servings of fruits and vegetables and 1 healthy meal (that includes lean proteins and measured grains) that you prepare yourself. This provides and ideal bend of structure and flexibility that makes it easy to stick to.

Author
Scott Isaacs, MD Endocrinologist and Weight Loss Specialist

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