A weight loss management program that lasts: changing your lifestyle with Blue Halo
Weight loss success comes from lifestyle changes. Blue Halo’s weight loss management program has the nutrition counseling and B-12 boost you need to reach your goals and maintain your weight!
Weight loss is about more than just dropping a dress size. Working with a nutrition counselor in our weight loss management program means you’ll be adding more critical vitamins, minerals, fiber and other important dietary elements to your daily eating routine. This alone will give you more energy and a more positive attitude toward healthier habits such as exercise.
Losing weight can help:
- Lower your blood pressure
- Take stress off your joints, especially hips and knees
- Improve the health and function of your organs, such as your liver
- Lower your risk of diabetes
- Lower your risk of stroke
- Lower your risk of obesity-related cancers
- Help relieve weight-related illnesses such as polycystic ovary syndrome
- Feel more energetic and less fatigued
- Restore your confidence
Blue Halo nutrition counseling and our weight loss management program
Just about everyone could benefit from a weight loss management program with a healthier diet outlining rules and goals that are realistic and achievable. A registered dietitian looks at your lifestyle holistically to give you the guidelines, resources and motivation you need to make a healthy change.
Many studies have shown that people with low levels of B12 are more likely to be overweight, more likely to gain weight and have more difficulty losing weight. Low b12 means low energy, and low energy leads to a sedentary lifestyle and taking the easy (and often unhealthy) way out when it comes to diet. Low vitamin B-12 levels can also cause anemia, making you feel lethargic. B-12 helps you generate healthy red blood cells, which carry oxygen to every system, organ and cell in your body. When B-12 levels are low, red blood cells can’t get enough oxygen to your tissues, leaving you exhausted.
Your weight-loss results
Every person will see a different journey toward their weight-loss goals. Some take time to get started, while others lose quickly at first, then slow down. What is important is maintaining good habits over time for a weight loss that can be maintained. Healthy weight loss is around 1 to 2 pounds per week, but your nutrition counselor will help you find the right weight loss management program for you and help you adjust your plan over time to optimize your results.
Your nutrition counselor will work with you to develop a plan that has the calories and nutrients you need to lose weight without feeling deprived. It may take some time to adjust to a new diet plan, and you’ll have some unhealthy cravings you can’t indulge, but you won’t be hungry all day, every day.
Because you are learning new habits and a healthier lifestyle, your weight loss is more likely to be long term. Highly restrictive diets and “crash” diets can produce results but are almost impossible to maintain over time. Once you have developed better eating and exercise habits, you can make them a part of your daily routine for better health throughout your life.
Often the downfall of a diet is being unable to stick to strict rules when it comes to eating, which can be especially hard for people who don’t have a lot of time to cook or who eat most of their meals at restaurants. But we’re here to keep you healthy long term, so you’ll get the foundation and tips you need to survive a dinner out with friends without breaking the calorie bank, plus simple ideas to help you eat healthier at home, every day.
The support you need
Your monthly weight-loss coaching sessions with Dr. Penne, a bariatric specialist, mean you can review your progress (and your slip-ups) and adjust your plan as needed. We’re here to cheer you on and help you succeed!
Call Blue Halo today to get started on healthier habits that will last a lifetime! Schedule a free consultation with our weight-loss specialists and see how we can help you make good health and weight loss a part of your routine.