Nutrition Counseling at the RCMC Medical Weight Loss Clinic in Rancho Cucamonga, Hesperia and Banning
Poor eating habits are one of the biggest non-medical contributors to weight problems. Changing these habits is the largest hurdle most people face. Through individualized nutritional counseling, these poor habits are addressed, a plan is created to correct the habits, and positive reinforcement is used to help maintain the new healthier eating habits.
The Key to Successful Weight Loss:
The key to successful weight loss at a local medical clinic begins with a healthy, positive mental attitude. We know you have the power to achieve your weight loss goals and keep the weight off because we have seen so many people do just that.
Each nutrition counseling visit, you will be greeted by positive attitudes, encouragement, and all the support you need along your journey to a healthier you.
Our Individualized Nutrition Counseling Assures Effective Long-Term Weight Loss.
Every person is unique, and their diets should reflect this. Our proactive approach takes many aspects into consideration, particularly our clients’ unique lifestyles. Every visit, your nutritional counselor will review your past results, and help you set new, realistic goals.
As life throws new challenges and exciting events your way, we tweak your nutritional counseling plan to compensate, allowing you to continue to meet your goals without the weight of guilt or denial holding you back.
A Lifetime of Weight Loss Success.
The main goal of RCMC’s nutritional counseling is to teach our clients healthy weight loss habits to boost the metabolism for a lifetime of weight management.
- Eating breakfast – Eating first thing in the morning jump starts the metabolism. When you skip breakfast, your body hoards energy-rich fats in the body for later use instead of burning the calories.
- Include protein with each meal – Protein is essential to building strong muscles and promoting weight loss. Protein provides the body with an efficient source of energy that is less likely to be turned to fat and stored.
- Eat earlier – Breakfast and lunch should be the two largest meals of the day, with dinner being the smallest. Doing so allows the body to use the energy throughout the day.
- Eat throughout the day – Skipping meals causes the body to store energy as fat; a survival mechanism to prevent starvation when food supplies get low. However, eating six small meals or three meals with a few snacks throughout the day, provides you with the energy you need and prevents the body from hoarding the energy as fat deposits.
- Get moving – Your body will not convert your food into energy if you are not moving. The more you get up and exercise, the more your body will burn off the weight.
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We Provide the Best One-on-One Support to Lose Weight. At RCMC Medical Center, Failure is Not an Option!
Find a program that works for you to enjoy the break through you’ve been longing for.