Lourdes Ideal Protein
Lourdes Ideal Protein is the medical fat loss program “diet” companies don’t want you to know about. It’s developed by doctors and is a powerful, scientifically proven Biological Food Replacement Program that causes weight loss by targeting body fat while maintaining muscle mass and vitality. Ideal Protein is a nutritionally balanced program built around low carbohydrate, low fat and low calorie protein supplements that promote fat loss in a quick and safe way. Muscle mass is maintained, vitality and energy are promoted and appetite is naturally suppressed. Most participants see an average of 3-7 lbs. lost per week. Results may vary depending on the individual.*
If you’re looking for a proven diet that comes with a recommendation you can trust, attend one of our FREE Ideal Protein Info Nights. Space is limited so be sure to RSVP as soon as possible to guarantee a seat. Call (509) 416-8877 ext. 2 or register online below.
Ideal Protein Info Nights
Tuesdays, 6:30pm - 8:00pm
April 14th - Lourdes Counseling Center, 1175 Carondelet Drive in Richland | Directions
Ideal Protein - Online Registration
Please call to make your reservation (509) 416-8877 ext. 2 or register online below.
Lourdes Ideal Protein Coaches
If you have any questions about the Lourdes Ideal Protein program, please contact one of our Ideal Protein coaches.
Main Phone (509) 416-8877
Emma Bacon (509) 416-8877 ext. 4 firstname.lastname@example.org
Luz Vera-Bueno (509) 416-8877 ext. 5 Luz.Vera-Bueno@lourdesonline.org
Eva Suarez (509) 416-8877 ext. 7 Eva.email@example.com
Bonnie Hagins (509) 943-9104 ext 7312 firstname.lastname@example.org
Jackie Johnson (509) 943-9104 ext. 7311 email@example.com
Tammie Shreve (509) 416-8877 ext. 3 firstname.lastname@example.org
* results may vary by individual
Calculate Your BMI
To calculate your BMI, simply divide your weight in pounds by your height in inches. Once you’ve calculated, use this simple chart.
BMI of 18.5 or lower = Underweight – you may want to talk to your doctor to find out if your weight is a symptom of a medical problem. A registered dietitian can help you learn about healthy eating.
BMI of 18.5-24.9 = Normal – You are in the recommended weight range for your heights. But your health may still be at risk if you are not getting regular physical activity and practicing healthy eating.
BMI of 25-29.9 = Overweight – This may or may not be unhealthy, depending on some other things, like your waist size and other health problems you may have.
BMI of 30 or above = Obese – You may need to lose weight and change your eating and activity habits to get healthy and stay healthy.
After you know your BMI, it’s time to look at your waist size. Measuring your waist can help you find out how much fat you have stored around your belly. People who are “apple-shaped” and store fat around their belly are more likely to develop weight-related diseased than people who are “pear-shaped” and store most of their fat around their hips. Diseases that are related to weight include type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and high blood pressure.
Measure your waist with a tape measure. The tape should fit snugly but not press into your skin. Use the following guide: For most men, a healthy waist is under 40 inches; and for women, under 35 inches.