How to Lose Weight Fast, the Healthy Way

It’s with some regret that I’ve titled this course “Lose Weight Fast” since this is perhaps my least favorite claim of any weight loss program.  However, after over a decade of treating people with obesity, I recognize that there are many out there who are looking for the fastest way to lose weight.

This course will outline an eating plan for those who are ready to make a big change today and want the most rapid results.  The difference between my approach and those that you see on billboards and late night commercials is that this approach can also allow you to improve your health quickly, rather than relying on methods to trick your body into dropping weight by depriving it of vital nutrients.

For those who are interested in the fastest possible results from the Pound of Cure program, I get them started on our Metabolic Reset Diet and after a month or so, suggest some modifications that can keep you on track for years to come.

11 thoughts on “How to Lose Weight Fast, the Healthy Way”

  1. Is this the same thing as the “pouch reset diet”? I am 13 years post RNY and have regained all 125 pounds of the weight I lost due to poor diet choices. Can I shrink my pouch through dieting or have I just stretched it out forever?

    1. This is not the same thing as the pouch reset diet – the issue is almost never that the pouch has stretched out, it’s that you’ve re-established your addictions to processed food. This program is much more of a lifestyle change rather than an ineffective 5 day quick fix.

  2. Dear Dr.
    I am currently reading your book, A Pound A Cure, and it’s really interesting actually. Today is my first day of metabolic restart. I hope it works for me! I have 30lbs of 44 year old lady fat to lose.
    Thank you!

  3. Is it okay to consume Whey when I am in a phase where I do not like meat?
    My Protein Intake is also higher because of Strength training… can I replace all the protein with whey??

    1. Whey protein is processed and usually unnecessary. In general, I recommend against using whey supplements unless you are in the first 1-3 months after surgery and need it to meet your daily goal of 60 grams of protein daily.

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