Most diets are set up to fail!

When people struggle with their weight, they often go to desperate measures to rid their body of the unwanted pounds. Roller coaster or crash dieting is sometimes successful in helping people lose weight, but with the fat loss also comes a loss of lean muscle. With the loss of muscle mass, our metabolism will slow down. Most of the time, the weight will come back and often much more!

The Rapid Weight loss program is so much more than a typical weight loss diet. This program uses a natural hormone in conjunction with a low calorie diet to promote fat breakdown for energy without the loss of lean muscle mass.

The Rapid Weight Loss Program includes:

  • Complete program booklet including instructions, recipes, and tips
  • Medical supervision with weekly body composition scans to ensure you’re staying on track, not losing muscle mass, and not becoming nutritionally depleted.
  • Nutritional and lifestyle guidelines to help you keep the weight off after completion of the program.
  • Weekly metabolic nutritional injections

Is The Rapid Weight Loss Program right for me?

The Rapid Weight Loss Program is best suited for people who need to lose a large amount of weight and are prepared to make drastic changes to their diet and lifestyle. This program is not suitable for the following individuals:

  • Those unprepared to go on a calorie-reduced diet
  • Pregnant women or women trying to conceive
  • Breast-feeding mothers
  • Those unable to commit to weekly follow-up appointments
  • A current or past medical condition that prohibits the safe use of this program (e.g. cancer, blood clots, hyperthyroidism, pituitary/adrenal tumor, a seizure disorder, unstable angina, type I diabetes, etc.)

How it Works

In the 1950’s, a British endocrinologist, Dr. Simeons, identified a natural hormone produced in the body of pregnant women that converts stored body fat into nutrition for the growing baby. He theorized that by giving this hormone to overweight patients in conjunction with a low calorie diet, he could encourage the mobilization of fats for energy and prevent muscle breakdown.

By 1967, weight-loss patients from around the world flocked to Dr. Simeons’ clinic in Rome to undergo his weight loss program. Amazingly, the patients reported that even though they were adhering to the low-calorie diet, they experienced no hunger, supporting the notion that the body was indeed breaking down the fat stores for energy.

Today, there has been a resurgence in the use of this hormone for both men and women in weight loss plans such as the Rapid Weight Loss Program. Dr. Simeons’ protocol has been modified by modern-day nutritional and physiological knowledge to be just as effective but safer for patients.

The diet itself also aims to put patients into ketosis whereby fats are used for fuel. It also drops insulin levels which, when high, prevent fat breakdown and promote fat gain. These two factors, ketosis and lowered insulin, promote fat loss by burning fat stores for fuel.