From its French roots nearly a quarter-century ago, to its introduction to the United States six years ago, Ideal Protein and affirmed itself as a fat-burning, muscle-sparing weight loss program that produces results.
Ideal Health Center has been serving dieters for more than two years with more than 20,000 pounds of fat lost to date. It’s a personal story for us—as our four coaches have lost a combined total of 225 pounds.
We are aware, however, that weight loss has two contracts. The first is to lose weight—and as difficult as it may seem at times, it’s the easier contract to fulfill. The second contract is to maintain weight—significantly more challenging because now the individual has to contend with that devious, pleasure-seeking, denial-loving person in the mirror. At least, that is my struggle.
I won’t pretend that the power to reform your desires comes in a box (though perhaps a certain book might hold the key), but both our office: Ideal Health Center and Ideal Protein are doing everything we can to empower you—or beloved dieter, to keep fighting and keep winning.
Enter, Ideal Complete.
Ideal Complete is a balanced meal replacement for adults with 25 essential vitamins and minerals and a whopping 26 grams of high-quality protein. It’s gluten free and comes in three flavors: Chocolate, Vanilla and Strawberry. Our team has sampled all three (blended with ice and served chilled) and each has a different favorite. The conclusion—all three flavors are pretty darn good!
Ideal Complete is not for those who are trying to lose weight—as it provides balanced nutrition and has as many carbohydrates as our restricted diet products—but it’s perfect for graduates who seek to maintain their weight status.
As always, our dieters can order Ideal Complete via our website, from their coach or pay a visit to Dr. Christman and Dr. Joseph in our Chiropractic office. Ideal Complete, 14 Packets $56.
Here’s to keeping you lean and healthy for life,
Dionne is a certified Ideal Protein coach who lost 25 pounds following the protocol way back when. Since then she's learned to cook healthier meals (and actually eat them), get a daily dose of iron in the form barbells and kettle bells and is usually training to improve her time in an upcoming half marathon.