How to Lose and Maintain Weight Loss, For Life

Americans spend millions of dollars per day on diets, supplements, gym memberships and a variety of exercise equipment in an effort to lose weight. An incredibly large percentage of people fail to lose weight because they do not stick to the diet or workout program they set out for themselves. More importantly, recent studies have shown that not just being overweight, but the distribution of body fat increases the risk for heart attacks, strokes, and premature death. People that carry excess weight around their waist "belly fat" are at an increased risk.

Weight management consultant Sandra Davidson works with a program that has been recommended by over 20,000 doctors. The program focuses on eating small, nutritionally balanced meals every two to three hours. Eating few small meals every couple of hours has been proven to minimize hunger, increase metabolism and stabilize blood sugar.

Originally, this program was only available through medical clinics. Although there are many doctors' offices and clinics that offer the product, the product can now be purchased through independent weight management consultants.

Weight management consultants, also referred to as health coaches; provide support, which is key to losing and maintaining weight loss. The number one reason many programs fail is because of the lack of support systems that are in place and lack of lifestyle change. The role of the health coach is not only to provide support, but to provide knowledge, encouragement and help each client through weight loss, transition, and finally maintenance. These steps will result in unhealthy eating habits and a lifestyle change in eating food. This is not your typical "diet" program because of the education, support, and guidance that encourages healthy eating habits for life.

Key features and benefits of the program:

  • Average loss of 2 to 5 lbs weekly
  • No counting calories or points
  • Clinically proven, long lasting results
  • Recommended by over 20,000 doctors
  • Customized meal plans

Being overweight or obesity linked to a range of diseases, including diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and some cancers. People who have been on this program continue to see amazing results by their shrinking waistlines and their ability to stop taking certain medications related to being overweight or obese. It is a proven fact that diets do not work but lifestyle changes do, which is the primary, core focus of the program.

Sandra Davidson is a weight management consultant. To learn more about this program go to