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Premium Content Preview | Reducing Barriers To Introducing Credible Weight Loss


Traditionally, providing patients with individualizednutritional counseling guidelines for diabetes, pre-diabetes, weight loss and other clinical meal plans have been challenging and ineffective.

Help Your Patients and Grow Your Practice

Seasoned health care practitioners have graduated to advising their patients to incorporate long term behavioral changes along with customized clinical meal plans based on patients individualized food preferences into their patient’s individual lifestyle rather than just providing quick fixes or generalized pharmaceutical diet sheets that are too general and restrictive inevitably cause a relapse in patient’s behaviors and consequently their weight loss.

By quantifying, lean body mass, body fat and accurately metabolic analysis and using nutritional  software a Medical Assistant or a designated “wellness coach” can customize a sliding scale of carbohydrates, proteins and fats based a patient’s metabolic rate, age, height, weight, lean mass and activity level improving patient compliance and outcomes without hunger, cravings or fatigue.





In this whitepaper:

  • How to talk to patients about lifestyle and diet

  • Where your outcomes can benefit from prevention

  • Documents to improve outcomes

  • Examples of ways to motivate


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