Are You Ready To Scale Down?
Discover a leaner you and change the way you think about weight loss forever with Scale Down. Our 14-week, comprehensive fast-track program, designed for men and women with at least 20 pounds to lose, will speed you towards a healthy weight-loss goal.
Scale Down Program Provides
- A year of follow-up at program completion
- Nutritious shakes that serve as meal replacements along with a self-prepared, calorie-controlled meal each day
- A comprehensive health profile to set your personal weight-loss goals
- Educational sessions led by dietitians, exercise specialists and behavioral health professionals
Join Scale Down
If you are interested in making a commitment to your good health and improved quality of life, take the first step by joining Scale Down today, call 310-784-4897 or email email@example.com.
Free Information Session
April 30, 4 PM or 6 PM
May 14 - August 13
2-Phase Weight Loss Program
Scale Down is divided into two phases, a 14-week weight reduction phase and ongoing weight management phase.
Phase 1: Weight Reduction
Following a one-on-one pre-enrollment evaluation and body assessment, each participant begins Phase I with one-hour weekly group educational sessions, a prescribed meal plan and access to a nutritionally complete meal replacement product that helps jumpstart weight reduction. Participants consume 3 meal replacement shakes, one nutritional snack bar and one self-prepared meal per day.
Throughout the program, the participants are monitored through weekly weigh-in and periodic blood pressure checks. The 1 hour educational sessions focus on developing a healthy relationship to food and making positive lifestyle changes. Education topics covered include:
- Nutrition and Meal Planning
- Changing Habits
- Appropriate Eating Skills
- Triggers of Inappropriate Eating
- Relating to Food Assertiveness
- Self Management
Toward the conclusion of Phase I, participants transition from dietary supplements to low-fat solid foods while they continue to lose weight.
Upon completing the program, the initial body assessment is repeated and these baseline numbers are compared to the participant's newest evaluation. A letter is sent to the primary care physician detailing the patient's progress.
Phase 2: Weight Maintenance
Participants who have completed Phase I are encouraged to attend Phase II, a professionally facilitated weight maintenance support group. Participants weigh-in weekly and attend group sessions designed to reinforce the behavior changes that are necessary for maintaining weight loss or achieving further reductions.