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How the Quick Weight Loss Centers Program Works

Eat to lose with Quick Weight Loss Centers

It may sound counterintuitive, but on the Quick Weight Loss program you may find that you are eating more than you were before! This is because Quick Weight Loss Centers creates a healthy balanced program made with you in mind. Our program isn't one size fits all. It's individual, so you can tweak it to work for your tastes and schedule. Based on how much weight you need to lose, your sex, age, activity level, and medical condition, our counselors create:

• A completely flexible nutritional plan so you'll enjoy a variety of healthy foods

• Individual food choices that utilize your regular grocery store - and even let you eat out at most restaurants

• One-on-one counseling for structure and support, so you lose the weight and discover how to stay healthy for life

Weight Loss Success Stories
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Thermogenesis.
Funny Word, Big Benefit

What’s thermogenesis? It’s a metabolic process during which your body burns calories to produce heat. It's super important in your weight loss, because it can promote greater calorie burn. The more calories you burn, the more pounds you lose. Our program leverages these scientific principles through the unique, personalized combination of recommended foods and proprietary supplements.

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Based on Real Science.
Really.

The US National Library of Medicine, part of the National Institute of Health, published a study** that concluded that a rapid weight loss program offers huge advantages over other forms of weight loss.

They proved that: Fast weight loss in the first 4 weeks of any weight loss program leads to better weight loss than slow or moderate plans. People who lost weight on a rapid loss program like Quick Weight Loss Centers are much more likely to have kept off the weight at the 18 month follow-up than participants in a slow or moderate weight loss program.

**Nackers, L. M., Ross, K. M., & Perri, M. G. (2010). The Association Between Rate of Initial Weight Loss and Long-Term Success in Obesity Treatment: Does Slow and Steady Win the Race? International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 17(3), 161–167.

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