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HMR’s approach to weight maintenance produces unparalleled results. Below are some examples of results from persons who participated in the HMR maintenance program.
In a sample of 1,000 maintenance patients from 26 HMR programs, patients were keeping off an average of 41 pounds (16.7% of initial body weight) over an average of 2.8 years. The patients’ lifestyle changes were associated with significant decreases in medical risk factors such as high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and elevated blood glucose. Improvement in medical risk factors for 1,000 patients in ongoing treatment program. Obes 2009; 17 suppl 2:S279.
175 participants with “pre-diabetes” (pre-diabetes is a fasting blood sugar level from 100 to 125 mg/dl) when they entered the HMR Program (including the maintenance phase of the program) kept off an average of 47 pounds over 2.6 years. They also had significant reductions in medical risk factors including elevated blood glucose, cholesterol, and blood pressure. Weight management program substantially reduces risk factors for those with pre-diabetes. Obes Res 2005;13 suppl:A83.
268 participants who lost over 100 pounds (average weight loss was 137.4 pounds) with HMR were keeping off an average of 90.4 pounds approximately two years later. Weight loss and long-term follow-up of severely obese individuals treated with an intense behavioral program. Int J Obes 2007;31:488-493.
After an average weight loss of 50.3 pounds, participants using 2 HMR meal replacement entrees a day were maintaining their weight loss, on average, within 6 pounds after one year. A comparison of meal replacements and medication in weight maintenance after weight loss. J Am Coll Nutr 2005;24:347–353.
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