Healthy Eating for
8 Weeks to Wellness®
The 8 Weeks To Wellness program will show you how to eat for the rest of your life. This is not a quick fix diet, a liquid diet, a starvation diet, a low carb diet, etc. It is simply a eating program that will teach you, maybe for the first time, how to eat properly. Every day You will enjoy healthy meals and Ultra Meal® a meal replacement product designed to improve body composition. UltraMeal® promotes the loss of body fat while helping to maintain lean muscle mass. UltraMeal® also supports healthy heart function. Diets low in saturated fat and cholesterol may also reduce the risk of heart disease.
As part of the 8 Weeks to Wellness® Program, you will learn how to read a food label, determine proper portion control, eat more frequent, smaller meals, and you will learn about your body’s need for proteins, carbohydrates and fats. It is all about choices…healthier food choices will make a healthier you!!!
Meal replacement shakes work to reduce cravings and stabilize blood sugar
UltraMeal Cardio 360° is next generation of UltraMeal medical foods for metabolic syndrome and weight management.UltraMeal Cardio 360° is formulated to provide specialized support within a nutritional management program for altered cholesterol, and is appropriate for patients who have metabolic syndrome, cardiovascular disease, and/or a high amount of visceral fat (belly fat). It delivers a science-based combination of phytosterols, a beneficial macronutrient profile, soluble prebiotic fiber,antioxidant nutrients (vitamins C and E), and plant-derived omega-3s with pea/rice protein. Phytosterols (found in fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, cereals, legumes, and vegetable oils) have chemical structures similar to cholesterol and reduce the absorption of dietary cholesterol in the gut—and have been clinically shown to help lower LDL-C (bad cholesterol). The typical Western diet provides 200 mg to 400 mg of phytosterols daily and the UltraMeal Cardio 360° features 900 mg per serving of phytosterols, including 700 mg beta-sitosterol—the most prevalent dietary phytosterol. As part of a controlled eating plan, the addition of 1.8 g/day of phytosterols has been shown to lead to beneficial changes in LDL-C (bad cholesterol) in individuals with high cholesterol.