Tips for Finding the Right Diet Plan

Your Health

Before finding the right diet program for you, you’ll have a medical screening with a weight loss doctor. During your screening, you should disclose your full medical history. This includes any medical conditions you may have been diagnosed with, such as heart disease, diabetes, or high cholesterol. Your doctor will recommend a diet plan that is right for you in light of your health history. Patient safety is of the utmost importance.

Your Goals

You can also expect to discuss your weight loss goals and general health goals with your doctor. The total amount of weight you want to lose and how quickly you want to lose it will inform your total daily caloric intake. Very low-calorie diets and low-calorie diets are available for people who prefer the most aggressive approaches possible. It might seem like a diet plan that limits adherents to 700 calories per day would be very challenging to follow. But in fact, you’ll have the full support of the diet center behind you and you’ll have access to weight loss products that can help you succeed, such as appetite suppressants. Other dieters might prefer to lose weight a little more slowly.

Your Lifestyle

Your doctor will ask you about your typical activity level. If you are currently physically active and you would like to remain active, then it will be necessary to choose a somewhat higher calorie meal plan to accommodate your workouts. This doesn’t necessarily mean that you’ll lose weight very slowly since you’ll be burning off calories during your daily routines.

*Each patient's experience is unique based on medical conditions and body composition, as each patient's body is different. The amount of weight loss may vary based on these and other variables such as program adherence and metabolic factors.*

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