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Lose Weight Fast Without Exercise with Physician Assisted Weight Loss!

By Compton Chiropractic Care

Lose Weight Fast Without Exercise with Physician Assisted Weight Loss! Dr. Compton and his office in The Villages, FL is now the exclusive provider of the Ideal Protein weight loss system which provides you pre-packaged meals coupled with your own groceries that will have the weight falling off of you in no time.  Ideal Protein is a scientifically researched solution to safe weight loss with a four-stage, low carbohydrate, ketogenic diet. Currently more than 3,000 medical practitioners in the U.S. and Canada offer the Ideal Protein protocol to their patients to lose weight and reverse metabolic syndrome – the cluster of conditions that are associated with heart disease, stroke and diabetes.

Compton Chiropractic Care has three chiropractic physicians and two weight loss coaches, all with backgrounds in nutrition and medicine to help facilitate a specialized plan to ensure your health is optimized. Each patient’s health conditions, medications, bloodwork, recent cardiovascular and metabolic paneling is reviewed before starting the Ideal Protein protocol. Ideal Protein is a scientifically researched solution to safe and effective weight loss.

The Initial Consult
At Compton Chiropractic Care, your initial consult will be a focused medical evaluation for diseases related to obesity and causative factors, along with a physical examination. In addition, we will obtain a weight history, which includes past diet attempts, and conduct thorough goal and expected outcomes. Many patients come to the clinic with undiagnosed diabetes, high cholesterol, thyroid disorders, abnormal liver tests or obstructive sleep apnea. On your initial visit if you have not had recent bloodwork or an EKG performed, our medical staff will ensure these tests are completed before starting the protocol so that you may safely begin the program.

Overall, Compton Chiropractic Care’s Ideal
Protein Weight Loss Protocol will include:
• Weekly progress measurements and one-on-one nutrition counseling with a weight loss consultant
• Behavior Modifications
• Pre-packaged Meal Replacement Plans

Diet
The Ideal Protein weight protocol is a medically derived protocol developed and refined over a twenty year period. Dieters are provided 65% of their weekly groceries in convenient, pre-packaged meals. Dieters will also have a choice of vegetables and lean meat each day to round out their dietary needs. Women typically average between 3 to 5 pounds of weight loss per week, while men can range between 5 to 7 pounds per week. The long term success for dieters is realized through the one-on-one coaching, designed to motivate and educate, ensuring the knowledge and confidence to make better lifestyle choices once Phase Four has been reached. With over 3,000 medical practitioners in the U.S. and Canada offering the Ideal Protein protocol to their patients to lose weight and reverse metabolic syndrome, Compton Chiropractic Care has chosen to align our overall goal for meeting our patient’s needs with this highly regarded and successful plan.

Activity Levels
While physical activity is an important addition to any diet as it boosts metabolism and increases weight-loss – it is not necessary on the Ideal Protein program.  Our philosophy is the more healthy you begin to feel once you are experiencing a reduction in weight, the more your energy levels will increase and your need to create and comply with daily activities will simply become a part of your routine. Ideal Protein has specified emails that will help encourage dieters to move as their energy levels increase, but there is no set daily exercise requirement for the protocol.

www.idealprotein.com
Located in The Palm Ridge Plaza
11974 County Road 101 Ste. 101
The Villages, FL 32162
P: (352) 391-9467 | F: (352) 391-9468
www.thevillageschiropractic.com

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