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Saad Healthcare Announces New Weight-Loss Clinic

August 05, 2013

Saad Healthcare is pleased to announce the latest addition in our array of programs designed to care for and improve the health of our patients and customers. Our program uses Ideal Protein, a medically designed protocol that produces fat loss while keeping muscle mass.

The Ideal Protein weight loss method is grounded in the physiology of how our bodies work. It is for this reason that the method produces proven, long-lasting results. The cause of most weight issues in a modern society is insulin dysfunction. A diet grossly disproportionate in saturated fats and sugars, such as breads, cereals, muffins, cakes, pastries, pasta, pizza, rice, corn - very much like the North American diet - causes the pancreas to produce an overabundance of insulin, which stays in the system and puts the blood sugar level in a negative balance.

An overabundance of insulin in the bloodstream causes sugar cravings. In addition, insulin also regulates the storage of fat in the fat cells. With a high level of insulin, the body is signaled to store fats and avoid using them as energy. Because of these two factors, too much insulin results in weight gain.

The Ideal Protein system works by regulating insulin levels, and training the body to use its fat stores as energy. This is done naturally through the consumption of foods that are low in sugars and high in complete proteins. By restricting both simple and complex carbohydrates, the cycle of high insulin levels followed by sugar cravings will subside, and desired weight loss can be achieved. The principles are simple, but the results are impressive.

Clients will works with an accredited weight loss professional to guide you through the process. Our dieters have access to the Live Ideal Body Composition Analyzer (BCA), a monitoring and trending of their biometrics, which include lean body mass, body fat, and hydration. The scans will monitor your progress and motivate you along the way.

With weekly support sessions and continuing nutrition education, participants will understand what causes weight gain and be able to manage their own weight for many years after they graduate from the program.

We have a new web site devoted exclusively to our weight-loss program. Please visit it at Access the web site by clicking Learn More below. It will be updated with additional information on an ongoing basis.

There will be an informational meeting Thursday, August 29, at 6:00 p.m., in our conference center, for anyone interested in learning more about our weight-loss program. You can download the attached flyer about the meeting by clicking on View PDF below, and you can register for the meeting online.

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