Jump Start Weight Loss


This program is designed to kick start your weight loss. After 14 days, you may continue your weight loss or switch to one of the other programs.

By following the program recommendations, along with exercise, you’ll achieve the following:

You will lose weight and boost your metabolism

Average 1000 calories per day
Average 40% calories of carbohydrates per day
Average 30% calories of protein per day

You will reduce your fat intake

Less than 300 mg of dietary cholesterol per day
Average 30% calories of dietary fat per day
Less than 10% calories of saturated fat per day

You may reduce your blood pressure

Less than 1500 mg of dietary sodium per day

You will manage your fiber intake

Average 10 grams of fiber per day

You’ll become more fit and trim.

By following the dietary recommendations with regular exercise will help further reduce your weight

What kind of macros influence weight loss success?

Scientific findings suggest that a low carbohydrate diet along with moderate protein intake promotes weight loss success

What kind of weight loss success can you expect?

This program is perfect to lose the maximum amount of weight in the shortest period. This program raises your metabolism and helps you to burn calories as fast as possible.

Snacks?

Plan your snacks for morning or afternoon to avoid calories turning to fat

What about alcohol?

To make sure you are getting the best possible results during this program, it is recommended you avoid using any of your calories on alcohol.

Alcohol contains empty calories that affect your weight. If your diet includes alcohol, the empty calories are accounted for in addition to your set daily calorie goal.

Avoid alcohol consumption, if possible. If you choose to drink, limit consumption to no more than 2 drinks per day in most men, and to no more than 1 drink per day in women or lighter weight persons.

Scientific references

Your new program is based on the latest recommendations of the 2015-2020 Health Guidelines Advisory Committee (DGAC) to the Secretaries of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Department of Agriculture (USDA); the Institute of Medicine’s (IOM’s) Acceptable Macronutrient Distribution Range or Adequate Intake Range (AMDR/AI) for the Prevention and/or Treatment of Disease; the American Heart Association; the American Diabetes Association; the Harvard School of Public Health; and verified health dietary patterns with scientifically documented health benefits such as the DASH Health Program.


Weight Loss


This program is designed to lose weight.

By following the program recommendations, along with exercise, you’ll achieve the following:

You will lose weight and boost your metabolism

Average 1200 calories per day
40% calories of carbohydrates per day
30% calories of protein per day

You will reduce your fat intake

Less than 300 mg of dietary cholesterol per day
Average 30% calories of dietary fat per day
Less than 10% calories of saturated fat per day

You may reduce your blood pressure

Less than 1500 mg of dietary sodium per day

You will manage your fiber intake

Average 10 grams of fiber per day

You’ll become more fit and trim

By following the dietary recommendations with regular exercise will help further reduce your weight

What kind of macros influence weight loss success?

Scientific findings suggest that a low carbohydrate diet along with moderate protein intake promotes weight loss success

What kind of weight loss success can you expect?

This program is designed to lose the maximum amount of weight over the long term while improving your health

Snacks?

Plan your snacks for morning or afternoon to avoid calories turning to fat

What about alcohol?

To make sure you are getting the best possible results during this program, it is recommended you avoid using any of your calories on alcohol

Alcohol contains empty calories that affect your weight. If your diet includes alcohol, the empty calories are accounted for in addition to your set daily calorie goal.

Avoid alcohol consumption, if possible. If you choose to drink, limit consumption to no more than 2 drinks per day in most men, and to no more than 1 drink per day in women or lighter weight persons.

Scientific references

Your new program is based on the latest recommendations of the 2015-2020 Health Guidelines Advisory Committee (DGAC) to the Secretaries of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Department of Agriculture (USDA); the Institute of Medicine’s (IOM’s) Acceptable Macronutrient Distribution Range or Adequate Intake Range (AMDR/AI) for the Prevention and/or Treatment of Disease; the American Heart Association; the American Diabetes Association; the Harvard School of Public Health; and verified health dietary patterns with scientifically documented health benefits such as the DASH Health Program.


Weight Loss V+


This program is designed to lose weight.

By following the program recommendations, along with exercise, you’ll achieve the following:

You will lose weight and boost your metabolism

Average 1200 calories per day
Average 45% calories of carbohydrates per day
Average 20% calories of protein per day

You will reduce your fat intake

Less than 300 mg of dietary cholesterol per day
Average 30-35% calories of dietary fat per day
Less than 10% calories of saturated fat per day

You may reduce your blood pressure

Less than 1500 mg of dietary sodium per day

You will manage your fiber intake

Average 10 grams of fiber per day

You’ll become more fit and trim

By following the dietary recommendations with regular exercise will help further reduce your weight

What kind of macros influence weight loss success?

Scientific findings suggest that a low carbohydrate diet along with moderate protein intake promotes weight loss success

What kind of weight loss success can you expect?

This program is designed to lose the maximum amount of weight over the long term while improving your health

Snacks?

Plan your snacks for morning or afternoon to avoid calories turning to fat

What about alcohol?

To make sure you are getting the best possible results during this program, it is recommended you avoid using any of your calories on alcohol

Alcohol contains empty calories that affect your weight. If your diet includes alcohol, the empty calories are accounted for in addition to your set daily calorie goal.

Avoid alcohol consumption, if possible. If you choose to drink, limit consumption to no more than 2 drinks per day in most men, and to no more than 1 drink per day in women or lighter weight persons.

Scientific references

Your new program is based on the latest recommendations of the 2015-2020 Health Guidelines Advisory Committee (DGAC) to the Secretaries of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Department of Agriculture (USDA); the Institute of Medicine’s (IOM’s) Acceptable Macronutrient Distribution Range or Adequate Intake Range (AMDR/AI) for the Prevention and/or Treatment of Disease; the American Heart Association; the American Diabetes Association; the Harvard School of Public Health; and verified health dietary patterns with scientifically documented health benefits such as the DASH Health Program.


Cholesterol Lowering


This program is designed to lower LDL cholesterol.

By following the program recommendations, along with exercise, you’ll achieve the following:

You may lose weight

Average 1800 calories per day

You will reduce your LDL cholesterol and fat intake

Less than 200 mg of dietary cholesterol per day
Average 25% calories of dietary fat per day
Less than 7% calories of saturated fat per day
Greater than 3000 mg potassium per day
Greater than 700 mg calcium per day

You will increase your HDL Cholesterol

Average 55% calories of carbohydrates per day
Average 20% calories of protein per day

You will reduce your blood pressure

Less than 2000 of dietary sodium per day

You will manage your fiber intake

Average 20 grams of fiber per day

You’ll become more fit and trim

By following the dietary recommendations with regular exercise will help further reduce your cholesterol levels.

What kind of macros influence cholesterol lowering?

Scientific findings suggest that a low protein diet along with moderate carbohydrate intake promotes cholesterol lowering

What kind of cholesterol-lowering success can you expect?

Generally, your blood cholesterol level should begin to drop in 2-3 weeks after you start your Cholesterol lowering program. The reduction in your blood cholesterol levels depends on several factors:

It depends on the amount of saturated fat in your diet

If your diet is currently very high in saturated fats, you’re probably see a greater reduction in cholesterol levels when you start the program than if your initial diet was only moderately high in saturated fat.

It depends on your blood cholesterol level prior to starting you’re the program

In general, the higher your blood cholesterol level is, the greater reduction you can expect.

It depends on how responsive your body is to your new program

Genetic factors play a role in determining your blood cholesterol level and, to some extent, determine your ability to lower your level by diet. Most doctors will recommend diet as the first step in lowering cholesterol. If this does not work after about three months, your doctor may prescribe cholesterol-lowering medication. If you have currently prescribed specific medications, consult with your clinician regarding dietary considerations such as those recommended by your new program.

It depends on your alcohol consumption

To make sure you are getting the best possible results during this program, it is recommended you avoid using any of your calories on alcohol.

Alcohol contains empty calories that affect your weight. If your diet includes alcohol, the empty calories are accounted for in addition to your set daily calorie goal.

Avoid alcohol consumption, if possible. If you choose to drink, limit consumption to no more than 2 drinks per day in most men, and to no more than 1 drink per day in women or lighter weight persons.

Scientific references

Your new program is based on the latest recommendations of the American Heart Association, the Institute of Medicine’s (IOM’s) Acceptable Macronutrient Distribution Range or Adequate Intake Range (AMDR/AI) for the Prevention and/or Treatment of Disease; the National Cholesterol Education Program’s Adult Treatment Panel on Detection, Evaluation, and Treatment of High Blood Cholesterol in Adults (NCEP’s ATP II and ATP III).


Cholesterol Lowering + Weight Loss


This program is designed to lower LDL cholesterol and lose weight.

By following the program recommendations, along with exercise, you’ll achieve the following:

You will lose weight

Average 1200 calories per day

You will reduce your LDL cholesterol and fat intake

Less than 200 mg of dietary cholesterol per day
Average 25% calories of dietary fat per day
Less than 7% calories of saturated fat per day
Greater than 2000 mg potassium per day
Greater than 550 mg calcium per day

You will increase your HDL Cholesterol

Average 55% calories of carbohydrates per day
Average 20% calories of protein per day

You will reduce your blood pressure

Less than 1500 mg of dietary sodium per day

You will manage your fiber intake

Average 10 grams of fiber per day

You’ll become more fit and trim

By following the dietary recommendations with regular exercise will help further reduce your cholesterol levels.

What kind of macros influence cholesterol lowering?

Scientific findings suggest that a low protein diet along with moderate carbohydrate intake promotes cholesterol lowering.

What kind of cholesterol-lowering success can you expect?

Generally, your blood cholesterol level should begin to drop in 2-3 weeks after you start your Cholesterol lowering program. The reduction in your blood cholesterol levels depends on several factors:

It depends on the amount of saturated fat in your diet

If your diet is currently very high in saturated fats, you’re probably see a greater reduction in cholesterol levels when you start the program than if your initial diet was only moderately high in saturated fat.

It depends on your blood cholesterol level prior to starting you’re the program

In general, the higher your blood cholesterol level is, the greater reduction you can expect.

It depends on how responsive your body is to your new program

Genetic factors play a role in determining your blood cholesterol level and, to some extent, determine your ability to lower your level by diet. Most doctors will recommend diet as the first step in lowering cholesterol. If this does not work after about three months, your doctor may prescribe cholesterol-lowering medication. If you have currently prescribed specific medications, consult with your clinician regarding dietary considerations such as those recommended by your new program.

It depends on your alcohol consumption

To make sure you are getting the best possible results during this program, it is recommended you avoid using any of your calories on alcohol.

Alcohol contains empty calories that affect your weight. If your diet includes alcohol, the empty calories are accounted for in addition to your set daily calorie goal.

Avoid alcohol consumption, if possible. If you choose to drink, limit consumption to no more than 2 drinks per day in most men, and to no more than 1 drink per day in women or lighter weight persons.

Snacks?

Plan your snacks for morning or afternoon to avoid calories turning to fat

Scientific references

Your new program is based on the latest recommendations of the American Heart Association, the Institute of Medicine’s (IOM’s) Acceptable Macronutrient Distribution Range or Adequate Intake Range (AMDR/AI) for the Prevention and/or Treatment of Disease; the National Cholesterol Education Program’s Adult Treatment Panel on Detection, Evaluation, and Treatment of High Blood Cholesterol in Adults (NCEP’s ATP II and ATP III).


Cholesterol Lowering + Weight Loss V+


This program is designed to lower LDL cholesterol and lose weight.

By following the program recommendations, along with exercise, you’ll achieve the following:

You will lose weight

Average 1200 calories per day

You will reduce your LDL cholesterol and fat intake

Less than 200 mg of dietary cholesterol per day
Average 28% calories of dietary fat per day
Less than 7% calories of saturated fat per day
Greater than 2000 mg potassium per day
Greater than 550 mg calcium per day

You will increase your HDL Cholesterol

Average 55% calories of carbohydrates per day
Average 17% calories of plant-based protein per day

You will reduce your blood pressure

Less than 1500 mg of dietary sodium per day

You will manage your fiber intake

Average 10 grams of fiber per day

You’ll become more fit and trim

By following the dietary recommendations with regular exercise will help further reduce your cholesterol levels.

What kind of macros influence cholesterol lowering?

Scientific findings suggest that a low protein diet along with moderate carbohydrate intake promotes cholesterol lowering.

What kind of cholesterol-lowering success can you expect?

Generally, your blood cholesterol level should begin to drop in 2-3 weeks after you start your Cholesterol lowering program. The reduction in your blood cholesterol levels depends on several factors:

It depends on the amount of saturated fat in your diet

If your diet is currently very high in saturated fats, you’re probably see a greater reduction in cholesterol levels when you start the program than if your initial diet was only moderately high in saturated fat.

It depends on your blood cholesterol level prior to starting you’re the program

In general, the higher your blood cholesterol level is, the greater reduction you can expect.

It depends on how responsive your body is to your new program

Genetic factors play a role in determining your blood cholesterol level and, to some extent, determine your ability to lower your level by diet. Most doctors will recommend diet as the first step in lowering cholesterol. If this does not work after about three months, your doctor may prescribe cholesterol-lowering medication. If you have currently prescribed specific medications, consult with your clinician regarding dietary considerations such as those recommended by your new program.

It depends on your alcohol consumption

To make sure you are getting the best possible results during this program, it is recommended you avoid using any of your calories on alcohol.

Alcohol contains empty calories that affect your weight. If your diet includes alcohol, the empty calories are accounted for in addition to your set daily calorie goal.

Avoid alcohol consumption, if possible. If you choose to drink, limit consumption to no more than 2 drinks per day in most men, and to no more than 1 drink per day in women or lighter weight persons.

Snacks?

Plan your snacks for morning or afternoon to avoid calories turning to fat

Scientific references

Your new program is based on the latest recommendations of the American Heart Association, the Institute of Medicine’s (IOM’s) Acceptable Macronutrient Distribution Range or Adequate Intake Range (AMDR/AI) for the Prevention and/or Treatment of Disease; the National Cholesterol Education Program’s Adult Treatment Panel on Detection, Evaluation, and Treatment of High Blood Cholesterol in Adults (NCEP’s ATP II and ATP III).


Hypertension


Scientific findings suggest that a low protein diet along with higher carbohydrate intake promotes lower blood pressure.

By following the program recommendations, along with exercise, you’ll achieve the following:

You may lose weight

Average 1800 calories per day

You will lower your blood pressure

Average 55% calories of carbohydrates per day
Average 20% calories of protein per day
Less than 1500 mg of sodium per day
Greater than 3000 mg potassium per day
Greater than 700 mg calcium per day
Greater than 200 mg magnesium per day

You will reduce your fat and cholesterol intake

Less than 200 mg of dietary cholesterol per day
Average 25% calories of dietary fat per day
Less than 7% calories of saturated fat per day

You will manage your fiber intake

Average 20 grams of fiber per day

You’ll become more fit and trim

By following the dietary recommendations with regular exercise will help further reduce your blood pressure levels.

What kind of macros influence blood pressure lowering?

Scientific findings suggest that a low protein diet along with a moderate carbohydrate intake promotes blood pressure lowering.

What kind of blood pressure lowering success can you expect?

Generally your blood pressure level should begin to drop in 2-3 weeks after you start your Hypertension program. The reduction in your blood pressure depends on several factors:

It depends on the amount of sodium in your diet

If your diet is currently very high in sodium, you're probably see a greater reduction in blood pressure levels when you start the program than if your initial diet was only moderately high in sodium.

It depends on your blood pressure level prior to starting you're the program

In general, the higher your blood pressure level is, the greater reduction you can expect.

It depends on how responsive your body is to your new program

Genetic factors play a role in determining your blood pressure level and, to some extent, determine your ability to lower your level by diet. Most doctors will recommend diet as the first step in lowering blood pressure. If this does not work after about three months, your doctor may prescribe blood pressure lowering medication. If you have currently prescribed specific medications, consult with your clinician regarding dietary considerations such as those recommended by your new program.

Snacks?

Plan your snacks for morning or afternoon to avoid calories turning to fat

It depends on your alcohol consumption

To make sure you are getting the best possible results during this program, it is recommended you avoid using any of your calories on alcohol.

Alcohol contains empty calories that affect your weight. If your diet includes alcohol, the empty calories are accounted for in addition to your set daily calorie goal.

Avoid alcohol consumption, if possible. If you choose to drink, limit consumption to no more than 2 drinks per day in most men, and to no more than 1 drink per day in women or lighter weight persons.

Scientific references

Your new program is based on the latest recommendations of the 2015-2020 Health Guidelines Advisory Committee (DGAC) to the Secretaries of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Department of Agriculture (USDA); the Institute of Medicine’s (IOM’s) Acceptable Macronutrient Distribution Range or Adequate Intake Range (AMDR/AI) for the Prevention and/or Treatment of Disease; the findings of the Joint National Committee on Prevention, Detection, Evaluation, and Treatment of High Blood Pressure (JNC VI); the American Heart Association; and verified health dietary patterns with scientifically documented health benefits such as the DASH Health Program.


Hypertension + Weight Loss


This program is designed to lower blood pressure and lose weight.

By following the program recommendations, along with exercise, you’ll achieve the following:

You will lose weight

Average 1200 calories per day

You will lower your blood pressure

Average 55% calories of carbohydrates per day
Average 20% calories of protein per day
Less than 1500 mg of sodium per day
Greater than 2000 mg potassium per day
Greater than 550 mg calcium per day
Greater than 200 mg magnesium per day

You will reduce your fat and cholesterol intake

Less than 200 mg of dietary cholesterol per day
Average 25% calories of dietary fat per day
Less than 7% calories of saturated fat per day

You will manage your fiber intake

Average 10 grams of fiber per day

You’ll become more fit and trim

By following the dietary recommendations with regular exercise will help further reduce your blood pressure levels.

What kind of macros influence blood pressure lowering?

Scientific findings suggest that a low protein diet along with a moderate carbohydrate intake promotes blood pressure lowering.

What kind of blood pressure lowering success can you expect?

Generally your blood pressure level should begin to drop in 2-3 weeks after you start your Hypertension program. The reduction in your blood pressure depends on several factors:

It depends on the amount of sodium in your diet

If your diet is currently very high in sodium, you're probably see a greater reduction in blood pressure levels when you start the program than if your initial diet was only moderately high in sodium.

It depends on your blood pressure level prior to starting you're the program

In general, the higher your blood pressure level is, the greater reduction you can expect.

It depends on how responsive your body is to your new program

Genetic factors play a role in determining your blood pressure level and, to some extent, determine your ability to lower your level by diet. Most doctors will recommend diet as the first step in lowering blood pressure. If this does not work after about three months, your doctor may prescribe blood pressure lowering medication. If you have currently prescribed specific medications, consult with your clinician regarding dietary considerations such as those recommended by your new program.

Snacks?

Plan your snacks for morning or afternoon to avoid calories turning to fat

It depends on your alcohol consumption

To make sure you are getting the best possible results during this program, it is recommended you avoid using any of your calories on alcohol.

Alcohol contains empty calories that affect your weight. If your diet includes alcohol, the empty calories are accounted for in addition to your set daily calorie goal.

Avoid alcohol consumption, if possible. If you choose to drink, limit consumption to no more than 2 drinks per day in most men, and to no more than 1 drink per day in women or lighter weight persons.

Scientific references

Your new program is based on the latest recommendations of the 2015-2020 Health Guidelines Advisory Committee (DGAC) to the Secretaries of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Department of Agriculture (USDA); the Institute of Medicine’s (IOM’s) Acceptable Macronutrient Distribution Range or Adequate Intake Range (AMDR/AI) for the Prevention and/or Treatment of Disease; the findings of the Joint National Committee on Prevention, Detection, Evaluation, and Treatment of High Blood Pressure (JNC VI); the American Heart Association; and verified health dietary patterns with scientifically documented health benefits such as the DASH Health Program.


Hypertension + Weight Loss V+


This program is designed to lower blood pressure and lose weight.

By following the program recommendations, along with exercise, you’ll achieve the following:

You will lose weight

Average 1200 calories per day

You will lower your blood pressure

Average 55% calories of carbohydrates per day
Average 20% calories of protein per day
Less than 1500 mg of sodium per day
Greater than 2000 mg potassium per day
Greater than 550 mg calcium per day
Greater than 200 mg magnesium per day

You will reduce your fat and cholesterol intake

Less than 200 mg of dietary cholesterol per day
Average 25% calories of dietary fat per day
Less than 7% calories of saturated fat per day

You will manage your fiber intake

Average 10 grams of fiber per day

You’ll become more fit and trim

By following the dietary recommendations with regular exercise will help further reduce your blood pressure levels.

What kind of macros influence blood pressure lowering?

Scientific findings suggest that a low protein diet along with a moderate carbohydrate intake promotes blood pressure lowering.

What kind of blood pressure lowering success can you expect?

Generally your blood pressure level should begin to drop in 2-3 weeks after you start your Hypertension program. The reduction in your blood pressure depends on several factors:

It depends on the amount of sodium in your diet

If your diet is currently very high in sodium, you're probably see a greater reduction in blood pressure levels when you start the program than if your initial diet was only moderately high in sodium.

It depends on your blood pressure level prior to starting you're the program

In general, the higher your blood pressure level is, the greater reduction you can expect.

It depends on how responsive your body is to your new program

Genetic factors play a role in determining your blood pressure level and, to some extent, determine your ability to lower your level by diet. Most doctors will recommend diet as the first step in lowering blood pressure. If this does not work after about three months, your doctor may prescribe blood pressure lowering medication. If you have currently prescribed specific medications, consult with your clinician regarding dietary considerations such as those recommended by your new program.

Snacks?

Plan your snacks for morning or afternoon to avoid calories turning to fat

It depends on your alcohol consumption

To make sure you are getting the best possible results during this program, it is recommended you avoid using any of your calories on alcohol.

Alcohol contains empty calories that affect your weight. If your diet includes alcohol, the empty calories are accounted for in addition to your set daily calorie goal.

Avoid alcohol consumption, if possible. If you choose to drink, limit consumption to no more than 2 drinks per day in most men, and to no more than 1 drink per day in women or lighter weight persons.

Scientific references

Your new program is based on the latest recommendations of the 2015-2020 Health Guidelines Advisory Committee (DGAC) to the Secretaries of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Department of Agriculture (USDA); the Institute of Medicine’s (IOM’s) Acceptable Macronutrient Distribution Range or Adequate Intake Range (AMDR/AI) for the Prevention and/or Treatment of Disease; the findings of the Joint National Committee on Prevention, Detection, Evaluation, and Treatment of High Blood Pressure (JNC VI); the American Heart Association; and verified health dietary patterns with scientifically documented health benefits such as the DASH Health Program.


Glucose Intolerance


This program is designed to improve glucose intolerance.

By following the program recommendations, along with exercise, you’ll achieve the following:

You will manage blood sugar fluctuations and help normalize insulin function

Average 45% calories of carbohydrates per day
Average 25% calories of protein per day
Greater than 3000 mg potassium per day
Greater than 700 mg calcium per day

You will reduce your sugar intake

Less than 8% calories per day

You may lose weight

Average 1800 calories per day

You will reduce fat intake

Less than 300 mg of dietary cholesterol per day
Average 30% calories of dietary fat per day
Less than 10% calories of saturated fat per day

You will reduce your blood pressure

Less than 2000 mg of dietary sodium per day

You will manage your fiber intake

Average 20 grams of fiber per day

You’ll become more fit and trim

By following the dietary recommendations with regular exercise will help further reduce your blood sugar fluctuations.

What kind of macros influence glucose intolerance?

Scientific findings suggest that a low carbohydrate diet along with moderate protein intake improves glucose intolerance.

What kind of carbohydrate and protein intake influences blood sugar management success?

Scientific findings suggest that a lower protein diet along with moderate carbohydrate intake improves glucose intolerance.

What kind of blood sugar management success can you expect?

Generally, your blood sugar level should begin to normalize soon after you start your glucose intolerance program. The reduction in your glucose variability depends on several factors:

It depends on your weight and physical activity prior to starting your program

Obesity, overweight, and lack of physical activity are recognized as risk factors for glucose intolerance, insulin resistance and diabetes.

What about alcohol?

To make sure you are getting the best possible results during this program, it is recommended you avoid using any of your calories on alcohol.

Alcohol contains empty calories that affect your weight. If your diet includes alcohol, the empty calories are accounted for in addition to your set daily calorie goal.

Avoid alcohol consumption, if possible. If you choose to drink, limit consumption to no more than 2 drinks per day in most men, and to no more than 1 drink per day in women or lighter weight persons.

Scientific references

Your new program is based on the latest recommendations of the American Diabetes Association, the Institute of Medicine’s (IOM’s) Acceptable Macronutrient Distribution Range or Adequate Intake Range (AMDR/AI) for the Prevention and/or Treatment of Disease; and verified dietary patterns with scientifically documented health benefits such as the DASH Health Program.


Glucose Intolerance + Weight Loss


This program is designed to improve glucose intolerance and lose weight.

By following the program recommendations, along with exercise, you’ll achieve the following:

You will manage blood sugar and help normalize insulin function

Average 45% calories of carbohydrates per day
Average 25% calories of protein per day
Greater than 2000 mg potassium per day
Greater than 550 mg calcium per day

You will reduce your sugar intake

Less than 8% calories per day

You will lose weight

Average 1200 calories per day

You will reduce fat intake

Less than 300 mg of dietary cholesterol per day
Average 30% calories of dietary fat per day
Less than 10% calories of saturated fat per day

You will reduce your blood pressure

Less than 1500 mg of dietary sodium per day

You will manage your fiber intake

Average 10 grams of fiber per day

You’ll become more fit and trim.

By following the dietary recommendations with regular exercise will help further reduce your blood sugar fluctuations.

What kind of macros influence glucose intolerance?

Scientific findings suggest that a low carbohydrate diet along with moderate protein intake improves glucose intolerance.

What kind of blood sugar management success can you expect?

Generally, your blood sugar level should begin to normalize soon after you start your glucose intolerance program. The reduction in your glucose variability depends on several factors:

It depends on your weight and physical activity prior to starting your program

Obesity, overweight, and lack of physical activity are recognized as risk factors for glucose intolerance, insulin resistance and diabetes.

Snacks?

Plan your snacks for morning or afternoon to avoid calories turning to fat

What about alcohol?

To make sure you are getting the best possible results during this program, it is recommended you avoid using any of your calories on alcohol.

Alcohol contains empty calories that affect your weight. If your diet includes alcohol, the empty calories are accounted for in addition to your set daily calorie goal.

Avoid alcohol consumption, if possible. If you choose to drink, limit consumption to no more than 2 drinks per day in most men, and to no more than 1 drink per day in women or lighter weight persons.

Scientific references

Your new program is based on the latest recommendations of the American Diabetes Association, the Institute of Medicine’s (IOM’s) Acceptable Macronutrient Distribution Range or Adequate Intake Range (AMDR/AI) for the Prevention and/or Treatment of Disease; and verified dietary patterns with scientifically documented health benefits such as the DASH Health Program.


Glucose Intolerance + Weight Loss V+


This program is designed to improve glucose intolerance and lose weight.

By following the program recommendations, along with exercise, you’ll achieve the following:

You will manage blood sugar and help normalize insulin function

Average 45% calories of carbohydrates per day
Average 25% calories of protein per day
Greater than 2000 mg potassium per day
Greater than 550 mg calcium per day

You will reduce your sugar intake

Less than 8% calories per day

You will lose weight

Average 1200 calories per day

You will reduce fat intake

Less than 300 mg of dietary cholesterol per day
Average 30-35% calories of dietary fat per day
Less than 10% calories of saturated fat per day

You will reduce your blood pressure

Less than 1500 mg of dietary sodium per day

You will manage your fiber intake

Average 10 grams of fiber per day

You’ll become more fit and trim.

By following the dietary recommendations with regular exercise will help further reduce your blood sugar fluctuations.

What kind of macros influence glucose intolerance?

Scientific findings suggest that a low carbohydrate diet along with moderate protein intake improves glucose intolerance.

What kind of blood sugar management success can you expect?

Generally, your blood sugar level should begin to normalize soon after you start your glucose intolerance program. The reduction in your glucose variability depends on several factors:

It depends on your weight and physical activity prior to starting your program

Obesity, overweight, and lack of physical activity are recognized as risk factors for glucose intolerance, insulin resistance and diabetes.

Snacks?

Plan your snacks for morning or afternoon to avoid calories turning to fat

What about alcohol?

To make sure you are getting the best possible results during this program, it is recommended you avoid using any of your calories on alcohol.

Alcohol contains empty calories that affect your weight. If your diet includes alcohol, the empty calories are accounted for in addition to your set daily calorie goal.

Avoid alcohol consumption, if possible. If you choose to drink, limit consumption to no more than 2 drinks per day in most men, and to no more than 1 drink per day in women or lighter weight persons.

Scientific references

Your new program is based on the latest recommendations of the American Diabetes Association, the Institute of Medicine’s (IOM’s) Acceptable Macronutrient Distribution Range or Adequate Intake Range (AMDR/AI) for the Prevention and/or Treatment of Disease; and verified dietary patterns with scientifically documented health benefits such as the DASH Health Program.


Triglyceride Lowering


This program is designed to lower triglycerides.

By following the program recommendations, along with exercise, you’ll achieve the following:

You will lose weight

Average 1800 calories per day

You will lower your triglycerides

Average 52% calories of carbohydrates per day
Average 20% calories of protein per day
Less than 2000 mg of sodium per day
Greater 3000 mg potassium per day
Greater than 700 mg calcium per day

You will reduce your LDL cholesterol and fat intake

Less than 200 mg of dietary cholesterol per day
Average 28% calories of dietary fat per day
Less than 7% calories of saturated fat per day

You will manage your fiber intake

Average 20 grams of fiber per day

You’ll become more fit and trim

By following the dietary recommendations with regular exercise will help further reduce your triglyceride levels

What kind of macros influence triglyceride lowering success?

Scientific findings suggest that a low protein diet along with moderate carbohydrate intake promotes triglyceride lowering.

It depends on your alcohol consumption

To make sure you are getting the best possible results during this program, it is recommended you avoid using any of your calories on alcohol.

Alcohol contains empty calories that affect your weight. If your diet includes alcohol, the empty calories are accounted for in addition to your set daily calorie goal.

Avoid alcohol consumption, if possible. If you choose to drink, limit consumption to no more than 2 drinks per day in most men, and to no more than 1 drink per day in women or lighter weight persons.

Scientific references

Your new program is based on the latest recommendations of the 2015-2020 Health Guidelines Advisory Committee (DGAC) to the Secretaries of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Department of Agriculture (USDA); the Institute of Medicine’s (IOM’s) Acceptable Macronutrient Distribution Range or Adequate Intake Range (AMDR/AI) for the Prevention and/or Treatment of Disease; the American Heart Association; and verified health dietary patterns with scientifically documented health benefits such as the DASH Health Program


Triglyceride Lowering + Weight Loss


This program is designed to lower triglycerides and lose weight.

By following the program recommendations, along with exercise, you’ll achieve the following:

You will lose weight

Average 1200 calories per day

You will lower your triglycerides

Average 52% calories of carbohydrates per day
Average 20% calories of protein per day
Less than 1500 mg of sodium per day
Greater than 2000 mg potassium per day
Greater 550 mg calcium per day

You will reduce your LDL cholesterol and fat intake

Less than 200 mg of dietary cholesterol per day
Average 28% calories of dietary fat per day
Less than 7% calories of saturated fat per day

You will manage your fiber intake

Average 20-30 grams of fiber per day

You’ll become more fit and trim

By following the dietary recommendations with regular exercise will help further reduce your triglyceride levels.

What kind of macros influence triglyceride lowering and weight loss success?

Scientific findings suggest that a low protein diet along with moderate carbohydrate intake promotes triglyceride lowering and weight loss success.

Snacks?

Plan your snacks for morning or afternoon to avoid calories turning to fat

It depends on your alcohol consumption

To make sure you are getting the best possible results during this program, it is recommended you avoid using any of your calories on alcohol.

Alcohol contains empty calories that affect your weight. If your diet includes alcohol, the empty calories are accounted for in addition to your set daily calorie goal.

Avoid alcohol consumption, if possible. If you choose to drink, limit consumption to no more than 2 drinks per day in most men, and to no more than 1 drink per day in women or lighter weight persons.

Scientific references

Your new program is based on the latest recommendations of the 2015-2020 Health Guidelines Advisory Committee (DGAC) to the Secretaries of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Department of Agriculture (USDA); the Institute of Medicine’s (IOM’s) Acceptable Macronutrient Distribution Range or Adequate Intake Range (AMDR/AI) for the Prevention and/or Treatment of Disease; the American Heart Association; and verified health dietary patterns with scientifically documented health benefits such as the DASH Health Program.


Triglyceride Lowering + Weight Loss V+


This program is designed to lower triglycerides and lose weight.

By following the program recommendations, along with exercise, you’ll achieve the following:

You will lose weight

Average 1200 calories per day

You will lower your triglycerides

Average 52% calories of carbohydrates per day
Average 20% calories of protein per day
Less than 1500 mg of sodium per day
Greater than 2000 mg potassium per day
Greater 550 mg calcium per day

You will reduce your LDL cholesterol and fat intake

Less than 200 mg of dietary cholesterol per day
Average 28% calories of dietary fat per day
Less than 7% calories of saturated fat per day

You will manage your fiber intake

Average 10 grams of fiber per day

You’ll become more fit and trim

By following the dietary recommendations with regular exercise will help further reduce your triglyceride levels.

What kind of macros influence triglyceride lowering and weight loss success?

Scientific findings suggest that a low protein diet along with moderate carbohydrate intake promotes triglyceride lowering and weight loss success.

Snacks?

Plan your snacks for morning or afternoon to avoid calories turning to fat

It depends on your alcohol consumption

To make sure you are getting the best possible results during this program, it is recommended you avoid using any of your calories on alcohol.

Alcohol contains empty calories that affect your weight. If your diet includes alcohol, the empty calories are accounted for in addition to your set daily calorie goal.

Avoid alcohol consumption, if possible. If you choose to drink, limit consumption to no more than 2 drinks per day in most men, and to no more than 1 drink per day in women or lighter weight persons.

Scientific references

Your new program is based on the latest recommendations of the 2015-2020 Health Guidelines Advisory Committee (DGAC) to the Secretaries of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Department of Agriculture (USDA); the Institute of Medicine’s (IOM’s) Acceptable Macronutrient Distribution Range or Adequate Intake Range (AMDR/AI) for the Prevention and/or Treatment of Disease; the American Heart Association; and verified health dietary patterns with scientifically documented health benefits such as the DASH Health Program.


Custom


Discover what works best for you to look and feel your best with the custom program.

With this program, along with moderate exercise, you can achieve the following:

Personalize your calories

With the custom program, your calories are personalized based upon your physical profile settings and weight goals. Make sure you keep your physical profile settings and weight goals updated to assure an accurate assessment
  1. Click  at the top of Dialere
  2. Click Edit settings
  3. Click Edit profile
  4. Choose your age group
  5. Choose your current activity level from the drop-down list
  6. Choose your weight goal from the drop-down list

Personalize your carbohydrate, protein and total fat goals

You can set your carbohydrate, protein and total fat intake (as a percentage of calories) to discover what works best for you

You can improve your digestion

You can adjust your fiber intake to discover what works best for you

Personalize your mineral intake

You can adjust your calcium intake, potassium intake or other mineral intake to discover what works best for you

Personalize your vitamin intake

You can adjust your niacin, folate, B12 or other vitamin intake to discover what works best for you

Personalize your amino acid intake

You can adjust your amino acid intake to discover what works best for you

What kind of weight loss success can you expect?

Generally, with a 500-calorie deficit, you can expect to lose 1 to 2 pounds per week. With a 1000-calorie deficit, you can expect to lose 2 or more pounds per week. With the custom program, you can adjust your caloric intake at any time to increase the rate of weight loss.

Snacks?

Plan your snacks for morning or afternoon to avoid calories turning to fat