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Trim 33 ™ Weight Correction Protocol 
 

Weight loss and dieting will soon be replaced by weight and diet corrections. With obesity and diabetes taken on epidemic proportions, the complexities in helping an individual attain their healthy weight will take into account genetics, nutritional and metabolic pathways, exercise, and specific individual hormonal "finger-prints".  Weight correction will no longer be just about caloric restriction and increase activity, but will take into account other factors that up till now have been under appreciated, or unrecognized.  Hormonal metabolic pathways, and their change with age will be more respected,  as will the genetic predisposition to having enzymatic pathway deficiencies related to an individuals genetic "finger prints".  

   I believe any desire to lose weight and maintain a healthy functional weight starts with taking a snapshot of a persons hormone profile. After that a program of nutritional supplements to help optimize the hormone pathways and metabolic processing, is coupled with food counseling and exercise. 

In addition to oral supplements, we also offer M.I.C. &  B12 injections.  These are provided to help facilitate the body's utilization of fat stores.  

Weight loss is not obtained through a single modality or treatment. It is a combination approach in an effort to reset your body's signaling system and how it utilizes calories. 

Our full program takes 33 weeks.  We divide it into three 11 week phases.  Some patients only need to go through Phase I, others through the entire 33 weeks.  This is a Health Correction protocol.  We want to change your life, and keep it going in the right direction for the rest of your life.

We have several Weight Correction protocols.  

 


Trim33 Weight Correction Protocol 
Phase I is an 11 week program

After the initial evaluation, our program includes

1) Weekly visits for weigh in, goal counseling, and M.I.C-B12 injections during phase I.  

2) Selection of the appropriate medically sound diet replacements

3) Nutritional supplement counseling to help maintain a balanced hormone system

4) Special topical creams to help you in reaching your weight loss goals without having majors hunger urges. *

Our diet is medically sound, and is meant to help you avoid the "Yo-Yo" syndrome of weight loss. 

M.I.C.  Lipotropic Injections

Lipotropic means fat loving. Basically they are substances which can liquefy or homogenize fats.

What are the main functions of Lipotropics?

1.

They increase the production of lecithin by the liver. This helps to solubilize cholesterol, thus lessening cholesterol deposits in blood vessels and decreasing the choice of gallstone formation. (Gallstones are made of cholesterol)

2.

They prevent the accumulation of fats in the liver. A fatty liver can cause a sluggish liver function.

3.

They detoxify amine (by-products of protein metabolism) This is important for
people on a high protein diet.

4.

They increase resistance to disease. They bolster the thymus gland to carry out its anti-disease function by stimulating the production of antibodies. Stimulating the growth of phagocytes, which surround and gobble up invading viruses and microbes. They also recognize and destroy foreign and abnormal tissue.

What are some of the important functions of the individual Lipotropics?

Choline:
Metabolizes fat
Deficiency of Choline can lead to Cirrhosis and fatty degeneration of the liver and hardening of the arteries (arteriosclerosis)
It is being used today for ailments such as gall bladder trouble, diabetes, Muscular
Dystrophy, Glaucoma, senility and memory problems (forgetfulness)
Choline detoxifies amines that are the by-products of protein metabolism.

Inositol:
Deficiency of Inositol can lead to hair loss
It works with Vitamin E to facilitate its actions in the treatment of Muscular Dystrophy.
It is used in nerve and muscle disorders such as Multiple Sclerosis and Cerebral Palsy. Caffeine may cause depletion of Inositol.

Methionine:
It works with Choline to detoxify amines which are the by-products of protein metabolism.
It acts as a catalyst for Choline and Inositol, opening up their function.
Along with Choline it aids in reducing liver fat and protects the kidneys

How are Lipotropics supplied?

They are supplied in injectible form. Physicians generally prescribe 1 cc per week injected intramuscularly. (Mobilizes the fat and helps to break it down, it has Vitamin B6 to help you lose your water weight and Vitamin B12 which boosts your energy level.

 

* These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Contact your primary care provider prior to adding, changing, or stopping any medications you may be taking, or adding any supplements to the medications you take. A thorough discussion with your primary care physician is imperative prior to any changes in medications or supplements.

What is Metabolic Syndrome?

This syndrome is one step away from Type II Diabetes. It also increases one's risk for a cardiovascular event. 20 million people in U.S. have diabetes, and 45 million are pre-diabetic

Symptoms include:

  • Fasting hyperglycemia —Insulin resistance and or Type II diabetes

  • High blood pressure;

  • Central obesity (also known as visceral, male-pattern or apple-shaped adiposity)

  • Decreased HDL cholesterol

  • High LDL cholesterol

  • Elevated triglycerides

  • Prothrombotic state: meaning increase fibrinogen levels which can cause clotting

  • Pro-inflammatory state: often measure using a Cardiac C-Reactive Protein

This syndrome, which is characterized by high inflammatory states inside the body, leading to increase clotting potential, and/or arterial plaque formation. 

What causes this syndrome?   Much debate centers around discussion about the factors that lead to Metabolic Syndrome.  What is known, is that the central body fat accumulation is a sign of visceral fat deposition. This visceral fat is fat the lays as an apron on top of the organs inside the abdomen. This fat is different from that fat that we can pinch in the abdominal wall area. Visceral fat acts to promote inflammation, as well as to secrete leptin.  Leptin is a hormone in the body that communicates with the hypothalamus in the brain.  More on this latter.   

What leads to Metabolic Syndrome is multi-factorial.  Usually it starts with a diet that supports the development of insulin resistance. High glycemic carbohydrate diets promote insulin resistance.  Insulin resistance alters the way a body metabolizes calories and the manner in which those calories are stored. Visceral fat develops and acts as a promoter of inflammation. Together with diets that are higher in trans-fats, the inflammatory environment is supercharged and goes into a viscous cycle. Combine all this with a declining hormone environment and the end result is disease states that lead to increase risk for stroke, heart attacks, and cancers. 

 

 

 

 

 

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* These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. 

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