Do you know someone who has a hard time getting off the couch? Someone who carries extra weight around on their mid-section, and has been struggling for years to keep it off? Perhaps their dealing with other challenges, like cholesterol or pre-diabetes.
For the last four months, I have been trialing Ideal Protein, a Canadian weight loss program that was ranked the number one diet in 2015 (ahead of Weight Watchers). I am proud to share my family’s experience with you; to date, I have lost 21 pounds, my dad has lost 30 pounds, and my mom has lost a whopping 33 pounds and 20 points off her blood pressure.
This is a diet I can get behind, which is why I am happy to support my colleague Lisa Rawson, our lifestyle coach for Ideal Protein at the clinic. Lisa is an incredible role model – she lost over 60 pounds last year with the help of Ideal Protein. And she’s just like you or me – a mom of four who wanted to make a change so she could become the best version of herself.
How It Works
What sets Ideal Protein apart from other diet programs is that you have a lifestyle coach helping you every step of the way. You’ll receive an inspirational video to get you motivated, as well as a cooking video and an exercise video.
Exercise is only one small part of the program; it is really focused on providing you with healthy meal plans (all the food is included). It’s not just smoothies either, we’re talking fresh omelettes, chili, chocolate chip pancakes, delicious soups, and a range of healthy snacks.
It’s about developing healthy habits so you can lose the weight and keep it off.
The program is made to be affordable, at $92 per week, which gives you 21 meals/snacks per week, working out to $4 per meal. When you compare the price point to the cost of grabbing a $15 salad for lunch, that’s the price of an entire day of food with Ideal Protein.
Join us at the clinic in Newmarket for a free information session on January 25th at 7pm to find out if Ideal Protein is the right fit for you. What do you have to lose?