Category: Ideal Protein


How to to Stay the Course During the Holidays With Ideal Protein

As we approach the Holidays many people have asked me how they are going to stay the course during the holidays. There are several approaches to this dilemma and each of you will have to decide how to handle the holidays.   Ideal Protein is so effective at weight loss it is truly a wonderful protocol and product.  At the same time each of us is unique and we have to figure out the best way to make IP work for us.  Some people do this with pudding, others chips and others drinks.  It doesn’t matter as long as you figure out which of the IP food products you like the best and will work for you.  Success is guaranteed every time if you stick to the protocol. Below are 10 suggestions in no particular order.

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How to Read a Food Label

Today I wanted to give a quick overview of how to read a food label. With Ideal Protein the goal is to keep your protein intake just slightly above your carbohydrate intake. IP is a moderate protein, low carb, low fat diet in phase 1. When you read the label you want to look at how many proteins, carbs and fats in a given food.

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What is Ideal Protein?

The obesity epidemic in this country is staggering. According to the American Heart Association 78 million adults and 13 million children are obese.  It is not as simple as eating less, the biochemistry behind losing weight is quite complex.   That is why Dr. Tran Chanh applied what he had learned working with Olympic athletes to the general population and created the Ideal Protein Protocol.

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9 Health Benefits of Meditation

Meditation changes your brain. It slows down your brain wave pattern and when this happens you take stress off the body and …


How To Create a Healthier Home

We are exposed to pathogens all day every day in our home and work environment. This exposure weakens our immune system and …


Inflammation And Its Role In Disease

More and more research is pointing to underlying inflammation as the greatest contributor to chronic disease. While inflammation …