I am by no means overweight. My BMI (however useless I find this measurement to be) is within a healthy range. I am not afraid to put on a swimsuit. However, I am currently undergoing a Rapid Weight Loss Program. The reason I’m doing this is to better serve you in reaching your weight loss goals. I know that a lot of women and men do feel uncomfortable in their own bodies and sometimes, despite exercising and dieting, have a hard time making any lasting difference in their bodies.
I have recently started offering a Medically-Supervised Rapid Weight Loss Program where my patients are losing between 0.5 to 1.0 pounds per day. This is achieved by a very low calorie diet in conjunction with daily injections of a hormone that promotes fat breakdown instead of muscle breakdown for energy. The end result is quick weight loss without feeling tired and hungry and without messing with your metabolism so that the weight stays off after the program is finished.
A typical course of treatment lasts for three to six weeks where patients are expected to lose between 15 and 40 pounds. I, for obvious reasons, will not be doing a full course of treatment but I will stick with it until I lose 15 lbs. My ultimate goal is to go through the hurdles for you and to let you know what to expect – not because I read it somewhere, but because I went through it too. Here’s the top 5 things I have learned so far during my week-and-a-half on the Rapid Weight Loss Program.