W8MD weight loss supplements and products

Meal replacements and protein products will help you achieve your goals, and have been clinically proven and scientifically designed to work in conjunction with your meal plan—they are critical to your success.
Provides the body with additional high-quality protein, which is vital to preserve lean body tissue and help protect the major organs of the body.
Help the body maintain a higher metabolic rate during calorie restriction so you feel less tired, burn more fat and lose weight faster. They also provide a greater feeling of satiety and this helps control hunger.
The high-protein nutrients help you achieve the following:
Supplies the necessary amount of high-quality protein without the added calories and dietary fat found in most common protein rich foods. And, since they are portion controlled, they make weight loss easier by eliminating the need to weigh foods, read labels, food shop and plan meals.
Provides a structured systematic approach to weight management, which allows better adherence to the program. In addition, the products are convenient and compatible with today’s busy lifestyle. They’re portable, easy to mix, and taste delicious


Cost of the W8MD meal replacements

While the prices may vary, most W8MD meal replacements including the shakes and bars come in either 6 or 7 packets in a box and the box costs about $15.00

FAQ’s about our delicious and affordable meal replacemets

How many calories will I be consuming?
Most clients follow a daily meal plan of 800 calories, which typically
consists of five products and two bars daily. Make sure you consume
the prescribed number of products to ensure you have the essential
nutrition you need for successful weight loss.
How much weight can I expect to lose?
This may be everyone’s top question! The answer: It depends on
several factors including your current weight, program, age, gender
and activity level. A loss of four to seven pounds is common in the
first week or so. Ongoing weight loss will be about three to four
pounds a week.*
Why is protein so important in a VLCD?
Your body must have protein to meet its physiological needs.
Without our concentrated protein, your body would break down its
own tissues. That can have serious health consequences.
Aren’t carbohydrates and fat also important?
Yes, but smaller amounts are sufficient. Carbohydrates help protect
your body’s protein and maintain electrolyte and fluid balance;
a minimal amount is needed to fuel cells that are unable to use
ketones. A moderate amount of fat provides essential fatty acids,
which are needed for good health.
Will I be hungry?
Most clients report that their hunger diminishes or disappears
within a day or two of beginning the program due to the presence
of ketones and reduced food temptations. Our high-protein,
low-carbohydrate nutritional profile also plays a role in appetite
How will this diet help me lose body fat?
Ordinarily, your body uses glucose from carbohydrates for energy.
When calories and carbohydrates are limited (as with a VLCD),
your body burns its own stored fat for energy. The fat is released
into the bloodstream and travels to the liver, where it is converted
to ketones (KEE-tones). The ketones are then released back into the
bloodstream, where muscles and tissues use them for energy. This
process is called Ketosis (kee-TOSE-sis).
How will I know if I am in ketosis?
Common signs of Ketosis include fruity breath, a metallic taste in
the mouth, reduced appetite and increased energy. If using keytone
strips to test your urine, be aware that the body will stop throwing
keytones as it adjusts.
Are there any side effects?
People on a VLCD may experience mild, temporary side effects as
their body adjusts to the diet. They may include:
◆ Dizziness. As you begin losing weight, you lose a lot of water as
urine. This lowers blood volume and, hence, blood pressure. To
minimize dizziness, avoid changing positions quickly. Don’t use
whirlpools, saunas or steam baths. Drink plenty of water.
◆ Mild Fatigue, Dry Skin, Sensitivity to Cold. Can be treated
easily with extra rest, lotions, and extra clothing.
◆ ‘Fruity’ Breath. Ketosis may temporarily give your breath a
fruity odor. You may use a mouthwash.
◆ Gallstones. Tell your counselor about any symptoms or history
of gallstones; you may require additional tests or treatment
while on the program.
◆ Gastrointestinal Upset. Changing from solid food to a liquid
diet may cause constipation or diarrhea. Over-the-counter
medications are available for either condition. In addition, your
medical team can add a fiber product to your meal plan to help
relieve constipation.
◆ Hair Loss. A small percentage of patients may experience patchy
hair loss three to six months into the diet. Frequently, new hair
grows in just as the old hair is lost.
◆ Leg Cramps. Drinking more fluids or increasing electrolytes
can often relieve occasional or mild leg cramps. Your physician
should evaluate any leg pain you are experiencing.
◆ Menstrual Irregularities. Dietary changes may cause delayed or
missed periods. Women who miss a period or have a late period
must be tested for pregnancy.
See your physician or personal physician about any symptoms that
persist or concern you


W8MD weight loss shakes

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