DETOX DIET - UNIQUE WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAM

 1. In-Depth Analisis of Weight Gain Causes

Using the state of the art Body Composition Analyzer, first determine accurate levels of fat; water; and muscle mass in every part of the body. This is followed by a thorough physical exam using Oriental Medicine principles and a detailed survey to identify the patient's Body Type.

 2. Whole Grain and Vegetable Food

Our all natural Whole Grain and Vegetable Food is made according to individual's Body Type using minimum processes and drying method for minimizing the nutrient destruction and preserving the maximum enzymes of uncooked organic grains, fruits, wild plants, seaweed and others. This Whole Grain and Vegetable Food can aid in detoxification of your body during your diet.

 3. 100% Natural High Quality Herb Remedy

An Herbal remediy formulated according to the patient's Body Type that targets weigt loss and provide energy to sustain physiological demands     of  the body.  The herbs that are chosen according to your body type     during a weight loss treatment are for promoting healthy digestion, energizing the body, augmenting Qi, and improve elimination of toxins   and waste products.



 4. 8 Body Type Acupuncture Treatment

The beauty of 8 Body Type Acupuncture is that each treatment is catered to the needs of the individual patient. By restoring the body's imbalance, 8 Body Type Acupuncture can greately increase metabolism by helping your body to disseminate the nutrition in natural way and reduce stress during your detox diet.


How Much of Weight Loss Can be Expected  

Amount of weight loss varies according to individual's body type but you are able to lose a good deal of weight in a short amount of time. Depending on patient's wish and condition, you can choose single 10 Day Detox Diet or you may choose to repeat upto 3 times.

You can estimate your expectation with following acutal patient cases. We realized that our patients lost good amount of body fat compostion from total weight loss with our UNIQUE WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAM.

Male, 19 years old (Fullerton, CA)

Initial body weight: 261.5 pounds with body fat of 81.1 pounds. After 10 Day Detox Diet, out of his total weight loss of 10.6 pounds, he lost 6.1 pounds of body fat.

Female, 47 years old (La Mirada, CA)

Initial body weight: 142.7 pounds with body fat of 44.6 pounds. After 10 Day Detox Diet, out of her total weight loss of 7.6 pounds, she lost 5.6 pounds of body fat. After second 10 Day Detox Diet, the client lost additional 5.3 pounds and 3.5 pounds of body fat. After 20 days, she lost 9.1 pounds of body fat out of total loss of 12.9 pounds.



Why is a Healthy Weight Important? - Obesity and Disease Risk

 

 Reaching and maintaining a healthy weight is importanr for overall health and can help you prevent and control many diseases and conditions.  If you are overweight or obese, you are at higher risk of developing serious health problems, including heart disease, high blood preassure, type 2 diabetes, gallstones, breathing problems, and certain cancers.  that is why maintaining a healthy weight is so important : It helps you lower your risk for developing these problems, helps you feel good about yourself, and gives you more energy to enjoy life.


What is overweight?

Weight for height tables have been implemented and changed over the years. Many people are comfortable at different weights. While such tools of measurement are respectable, body mass index (BMI) is the most widespread tool for measuring overweight in clinical research, and elevated BMI values can be associated with various diseases. By definition, body mass index refers to a person's weight in relation to height. Normal range is considered to be between 19 to 24.9. Overweight may then be determined by a BMI between 25 and 30, and obesity as a BMI above 30. High BMIs are associated with a higher risk of certain diseases and an increase in mortality.

 The opposite holds true as well. A decrease in BMI equals a decrease in mortality and a decreased risk in developing certain  diseases.  However, it is not a completely infallible measurement tool. BMI does not fully correct for leg length or body build. Having a large  lean body mass will negate BMI values. Such a situation is present in body builders with a large musculature, and other professional athletes.  However, for the majority of the population, BMI can be an accurate and simple way of measuring overweight, and the risk of developing  certain diseases.


 

Diseases associated with obesity:

Obesity increases the risk of developing certain diseases. The American Health Foundation, a non-profit research organization dedicated to finding preventive strategies to reduce chronic diseases, convened an expert panel to consider the increasing prevalence of obesity. The expert panel was comprised of authorities on diseases that are directly associated with excess body weight. These findings were published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Regardless of this publication, many doctors are not heeding the warning.

Cardiovascular disease risk increases due to overweight elevating blood pressure, cholesterol, triglycerides, and increasing insulin resistance. The location of excess body fat can further increase CVD risk. Central obesity for example, is directly associated with an increased risk of heart disease. A 20% reduction in body weight can reduce CVD risk by 40%. This can be achieved by keeping BMI in the normal range. Over 50% of all cases of hypertension are simply due to being overweight.

 

The incidence of diabetes increases with increasing weight. Diabetes is three times more likely in obese individuals with a BMI of 28 or greater.

Osteoarthritis symptoms are worse in men and women with a BMI over 25. Excess body weight stresses joint cartilage.

Cancer risk can increase due to elevated hormones associated with obesity, influencing cancer development. Excess estrogen is linked with reproductive system cancers. Adipose tissue (fat tissue) is a major site of estrogen synthesis in women. Scientists link a BMI of 28 to 30 with an increase in cancer risk.

Other diseases associated with obesity include sleep apnea, abdominal hernias, varicose veins, gout, gall bladder disease, respiratory problems including pickwickian syndrome (a breathing blockage linked with sudden death), and liver malfunction.

Massive obesity, indicated by a BMI over 40, is so closely associated with health problems that it is regarded as a disease in its own right.