Ideal Protein

The Ideal Protein Weight Loss Method was originally developed over 20 years ago by Dr. Tran Tien Chanh, a medical doctor with PhDs in nutrition, sports medicine and biology. Our program comes in 2 parts:

1) fat loss - our protocol burns fat while supporting muscle retention.

2) weight maintenance - professional weight loss coaches provide dieters with a smarter eating education to support weight stabilization.

Reversing and conquering your unhealthy food cravings is no simple feat. In fact, most dieters will gain back their lost weight after dieting. There are 2 primary reasons for this:

Many diet programs result in muscle loss along with fat loss. Muscle is needed to burn calories. If you lose muscle while dieting, you will reduce your body’s ability to burn calories after returning to your normal eating habits.

After losing your excess weight, you stop dieting. You may have achieved weight loss, but it’s likely you have no idea how to keep it off. Without learning how weight gain occurs and the lifestyle changes needed to prevent the pounds from coming back...your weight loss may become a short term accomplishment.

The Ideal Protein Weight Loss Method was originally developed over 20 years ago by Dr. Tran Tien Chanh, a medical doctor with PhDs in nutrition, sports medicine and biology. Our program comes in 2 parts:

1) fat loss - our protocol burns fat while supporting muscle retention.

2) weight maintenance - professional weight loss coaches provide dieters with a smarter eating education to support weight stabilization.

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