Weight Loss Specialist

Bella Rose Medispa

Medical Spa located in Salem, OR

Weight Loss is challenging at times, but Bella Rose Medispa in Salem, OR has a team that knows how to help patients achieve success in achieving their ideal weight at last.

Weight Loss Q & A

What is the Ideal Protein Diet Plan?

The Ideal Protein diet plan is a weight loss plan designed to address weight problems at their point of origin. By the time patients achieve their weight loss goals, they will have completely altered their body's sugar metabolization process. The goal is to train the pancreas to make only the correct amount of insulin through correct eating choices. The Ideal Protein plan reduces carbs and fats and keeps protein levels high. This allows for the preservation of muscles while the body sheds its fat.

What Are the Ideal Protein Foods Like?

Ideal Protein foods have as much as 20 grams of protein per serving. Foods also have biological protein with essential amino acids, which allows for ideal food assimilation and absorption. All of the Ideal Protein foods have low saturated fat, no trans-fat, no aspartame, no MSG, and no GMOs. The foods on the Ideal Protein plan vary from one stage to the next.

What Are the Ideal Protein Plan Stages?

There is a total of 4 stages. In the first and second phases, the focus is on reducing carbs and keeping plenty of protein in the diet. In the third phase, the patient will start to re-introduce a limited amount of carbs. In the fourth phase, the patient will continue the good habits that they have learned while enjoying all types of food in moderation. Regular weigh-ins with the doctor are very helpful during this phase, as it allows the patient to be accountable and stay on track. During all phases, patients should make sure that they take their supplements and stay well hydrated for the very best weight loss results.

Is This Another High Protein Diet?

No. Ideal Protein is not a high protein diet. The plan provides the daily protein requirement the patient’s body needs for optimal function.