The OPTIFAST® program is a medically-supervised weight loss program that closely monitors and assesses progress towards better health and emotional well-being. Typical results at 26 weeks1:
AVERAGE WEIGHT LOSS
at 26 weeks1
2x more weight loss compared to a reduced calorie
average decrease in blood pressure2
average decrease in total cholesterol3
blood glucose levels vs. baseline4
Our comprehensive weight loss program contains multiple components, including medical, nutritional, and behavioral support, to help you lose weight and improve your health. Click each subject to learn more.
Evaluation and support of patients health and well-being throughout the program.
Strategies for successful long-term lifestyle change.
Integrating activity into a weight loss program leads to greater success.
Website that helps keep patients motivated.
Full Meal Replacement
Nutritionally complete (in 5 servings) with at least 24 key vitamins & minerals.
Lifestyle Education Series™ modules help patients relearn how to approach food and eating.
2. Ard JD, Schroeder MC, Kivilaid K, et al. Practical application of a comprehensive weight management program in patients with and without metabolic syndrome. J Obes Weight Loss Ther. 2014;S4:007.
3. Drawert S, Bedford K, Largent D. Change in glucose, blood pressure, and cholesterol with weight loss in medically obese patients. Obes Res. 1996;4(Suppl 1):67S.
4. Wadden TA, Foster GD, Letizia KA, Stunkard AJ. A multicenter evaluation of a proprietary weight reduction program for the treatment of marked obesity. Arch Intern Med. 1992;152(5):961-966.
5. Krishnaswami A, Ashok R, Sidney S, et al. Real-World Effectiveness of a Medically Supervised Weight Management Program in a Large Integrated Health Care Delivery System: Five-Year Outcomes. Perm J. 2018;22:17-082.
6. Hutcheon DA, et al. Short-Term Preoperative Weight Loss and Postoperative Outcomes in Bariatric Surgery. J Am Coll Surg. 2018;226:514-524. (doi:10.1016/j.jamcollsurg.2017.12.032)
7. Tarnoff M, et al. An evidence based assessment of preoperative weight loss in bariatric surgery. Obes Surg.2008;18:1059-1061.