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A Leading Brampton Weight Loss Clinic since 2014

Typical results vary up to 6 to 8 pounds lost during the first two weeks and up to 2 pounds per week thereafter when the Ideal Protein Weight Loss Protocol is followed properly.

The Ideal Protein Weight Loss Protocol

Getting Started on IP

Take a minute to learn how others have achieved weight loss SUCCESS with IDEAL PROTEIN

The BODY is built to gain weight. Ideal Protein is built to BURN it.

*Results of individual. Typical results vary up to 6 and 8 pounds lost during the first two weeks and up to 2 pounds per week thereafter when the Ideal Protein Weight Loss Protocol is followed properly. Consult your Healthcare Professional before starting this or any other diet program.

How Does The Ideal Protein Protocol WORK?

PHASE 1: Weight Loss

Reset Body

Reset BODY to BURN FAT and LOSE THE WEIGHT

Ideal Protein Phase 1

In Phase 1, optimize fat loss through nutritional ketosis and preserve lean body mass through an adequate daily intake of high biological protein. Essential nutrients are provided through daily supplements, water and low-glycemic vegetables.

WHAT YOU'RE EATING

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3 Ideal Protein foods per day
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Vegetables
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Unlimited lettuce
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Dinner protein of your choice*
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Daily supplements

PHASE 2: Stabilization

Reset Mind

Reset MIND to MAINTAIN a HEALTHY WEIGHT and build HEALTHY HABITS

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Beginning with a Step-down week, food intake is recorded for seven days to create the nutritional foundation for Stabilization. Healthy fats and complex carbs are reintroduced in a measured and deliberate fashion, assessing the tolerance each week to effectively manage hunger and maintain weight loss.

WHAT YOU'RE EATING

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You may have up to 2 Ideal Protein foods per day
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Unlimited vegetables
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Unlimited lettuce
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Expanded selection of protein choices
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Reincorporation of complex carbohydrates and healthy fats
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Daily supplements

PHASE 3: Maintenance

Reset Possible

Reset POSSIBLE and live your FULLEST, HEALTHIEST, BEST LIFE yet

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For the first 12 months following Stabilization, you will continue to receive ongoing education, support and strategies from your coach and clinic.

WHAT YOU'RE EATING

You’ll reintroduce many of the foods you love, with moderation and guidance. Continue to enjoy Ideal Protein foods, Ideal Complete meal replacement drinks and bars, and Ideal Protein supplements.

Ideal Protein Foods

During your weight loss journey, you will get to choose from a variety of Ideal Protein foods that are super tasty, easy to prepare, and available in a variety of textures, tastes and flavors.

Achieving your goals with your Ideal Protein Coach

This isn’t just about losing weight. This is about tapping into your own strength, courage and optimism through personal coaching so you can hit reset and ignite a big, bright, healthy, new life full of possibility. Your personal coach will motivate and hold you accountable every step of the way.


Advanced Vitality's specially trained, dedicated coaches provide:

 

  • Weekly empowerment sessions, ongoing education and support

  • Weekly personalized weight and measurement progress analysis and healthy strategies

 

At the same time, the Ideal Protein app and website arm you with daily online support and tips with unlimited access to recipes, videos and more.

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Maria Assing

Advanced Vitality Ideal Protein Coach

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