Weigh Beyond the Diet™ online weight-loss program using OPTIFAST® offers various program options:
- 30 days
- 6 weeks
- 12 weeks (3 months)
- 16 weeks (4 months)
- 24 weeks (6 months)
The weight loss program includes:
- Weekly, organized lessons
- Support from a qualified professional
- Daily email communication
- Videos and live chat
- Text tips and reminders
- 12-16 weeks of OPTIFAST® meal replacement products
- Transition food plans
- Tools to track your progress (food journals, activity logs, online resources)
- Regular feedback on goals, progress, and results through online forums, email, phone, text, and live chat
- Group support from others on their own weight loss journey
- Ongoing education and information (lifetime)
OPTIFAST® products are portion controlled and calorically precise. They are lactose free with low levels of artificial sweetener, and gluten free*.
You will have complete nutritional and behavioral support through:
- The Active Weight Loss Stage
- The Transition Stage
- The Maintenance Stage
Weight loss is not the only benefit noted with the use of OPTIFAST®:
OPTIFAST® who actively participate in a 26-week program typically lose approximately 50 pounds with weight loss-related improvements in blood sugar, blood pressure, and cholesterol levels¹².
OPT-IN: The price of the program includes all OPTIFAST® meal replacements, educational information, professional services, and access to group support, weekly emails, instructional videos, text tips, and online self-monitoring and assistance.
Your cost is as little as $100/week**
Opt-In with no obligation.
You will receive a confirmation email with complete program details.
* All OPTIFAST® are gluten-free but the meal replacement bars are manufactured in a facility that uses gluten
** Price of program is dependent upon program length and plan chosen. All pricing described in detail when opting in via email
¹ Ard JD, Schroeder MC, Kivilaid K, et al. 2014. Practical application of a comprehensive weight management program in patients with and without metabolic syndrome. J Obes Weight Loss Ther, S4:007, doi:10.4172/2165-7904.S4-007
² Drawart S, Bedford, K, Largent D. 1996. Change in glucose, blood pressure, and cholesterol with weight loss in medically obese patients. Obesity Research, 4(S1):67S