Red Mountain Weightloss is likely to be familiar to anyone who lives in the southwest region of the United States. It is a network of 15 medical weight-loss centers in Texas and Arizona, with more to come in 2020. You might think I need medical help. However, you don’t have to hire a physician. “We live today in a society where more than 2/3 of us are obese or overweight, and it is not weakness to ask for the help of professionals,” says Suzanne Bentz D.O. chief medical officer of Red Mountain weight loss.
What is Red Mountain’s Weight Loss Program?
All patients begin with a medical exam. Dr. Bentz states that all our patients are overweight. However, the causes can vary. “We do a thorough history and then we dive into the problem to determine what is going on. Is it because they are overweight? What is their life like? What are their struggles? What can we do to help them?” Next, a plan is developed for the individual. Related Story Obesity Experts Offer Weight Loss Advice
The Red Mountain Lifestyle program offers a diet plan that’s based on each patient’s dietary and caloric requirements, as well as their lifestyle and activities. This gives you macronutrient guidelines that you can follow. The RM3 program offers a more detailed approach and includes a custom diet, a patented medication as well as weekly shots and supplements. Dr. Bentz won’t reveal the ingredients of their proprietary products. However, he says that “We use vitamins and minerals and things which support your own metabolism and energy levels and help suppress cravings.
How much does Red Mountain Weight loss cost?
Plans cost between $200 and $500 per month. You may be eligible to use your Health Savings Card to pay for the plan if you are losing weight due to a diagnosed medical condition.
What weight loss can you expect with Red Mountain Weightloss?
It depends on your plan, your metabolism and what extra weight you have. However, Dr. Bentz claims that patients can lose an average of 10 to 20 pounds per month. “Because our program is medical, we’re not for those who can pick up a diet from a magazine and lose some weight.” She adds. “We are here for people who are really struggling. They may have a genetic predisposition, be on multiple medications, or have other conditions such as Diabetes, High cholesterol, metabolic Syndrome.