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ARE THERE ENOUGH CALORIES IN A VLCD?

One of the most important features of the human body is the ability to store all but a few of our most essential nutrient needs. Fat is the major storage site for Calories.

In a seriously overweight individual, there are an enormous number of Calories in fat storage. The Calories stored in body fat reach astronomical numbers, about 49,000 Calories per stone.

The purpose of a diet is to reduce the number of stored fat Calories. The stored Calories are there to be used. Use them. The Calories you ate at lunch may never be used, and are certainly not used immediately.

In a person with large stores of fat Calories, there is really no lower limit to the number of Calories required in the diet, except for the Calories potentially supplied by the essential nutrients.

What do we need to eat?

We choose a variety of plants and animals in order to provide the 50 or so nutrients that are essential to keep us healthy. Unfortunately, the composition of any of these plants and animals are unique to them, so none of them, on their own, provide for all of our essential requirements. We have to eat a variety of foods in order to get enough of all the vitamins, minerals, trace elements, amino acids, essential fatty acids and even some carbohydrates for us to stay healthy.

The only choice for a single “food” that theoretically has all the nutrients that humans require is another human. Carrots make delicious eating, but they are carrots and not people. Fortunately, the foods we choose to eat are usually not other humans. Most modern societies frown on cannibalism.

When we eat enough variety of food choices we usually get the necessary nutrients. Pick enough of the wrong foods however, and even with a food excess there could still be nutrient deficiencies.

When we diet, it gets harder and harder to get enough of the essential nutrients as the amount of food is reduced. Eventually there comes a limit, when it is impossible to get enough of all essential nutrients, even with the ideal choices of foods. This limit happens to be 1200 Calories per day. Below 1200 Calories a day there is no combination of conventional foods that can provide enough of all our essential nutrients. Without enough of these nutrients, the body is compromised and, depending on which nutrients become lacking, there can be a wide variety of negative health consequences.

Losing weight is not benign.

An obese person has at least 3 stones of excess stored fat. This amounts to 147,000 Calories, enough to power most active women for at least 10 weeks. A dieter simply requires a complete source of nutrients, not another source of Calories.

Lipotrim, a modern Very Low Calorie, nutrient complete diet formula, provides all the essential nutrients in the necessary amounts to keep people healthy. The only reason the formulas have any Calories at all is because some of the nutrients, the amino acids, the fatty acids and the essential carbs all have caloric values. Of course, these must be provided, since they have other roles beside being a potential source of energy.

Lipotrim is a VLCD which provide dieters one of the healthiest and most nutritionally complete daily intakes possible.

Read more about Lipotrim….

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IS THERE ENOUGH PROTEIN IN LIPOTRIM, A VERY LOW CALORIE DIET?

The short answer is absolutely yes, Lipotrim contains enough protein.

The subject of protein relating to storage and skin, the two most important issues for dieters using VLCDs, is complex. Unlike most other nutrients, there is no actual storage site for excess protein and new muscle fibres are not produced after puberty.

Over the years, there have been many demands for increases in the amount of protein provided in VLCDs. Current versions of VLCD formulations may already be less than optimal due to the meddling of various committees, but it would certainly be very unwise to add any more protein.

Protein excess to requirements gets converted to sugar. Extra sugar can be stored either as glycogen or converted to fat, neither being desirable for a dieter. This is especially important for VLCDs since it can interfere with ketosis, causing the rate of weight loss to slow and increase hunger, sometimes enough to lead to dieting failure.

The second issue is more visible. When people get fat, there are more changes in the body than just putting extra fat into fat cells. A fatter body has more skin. It has more blood. The extra weight puts strain on bones and muscles and there are many metabolic changes.

Can you imagine what would happen if the only change when dieting would be to reduce the amount of fat stored in the fat cells? The most visible effect would be that the extra skin would still be there.  The unpleasant photos in many tabloid publications are true, but not necessary, because current VLCD formulations allow the body to resorb the excess skin. The body uses what it needs. Adding more protein will lead to more people being left with excess skin. Other consequences may not be quite as visible.

Read more about Lipotrim….

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DO VLCDs HAVE ENOUGH CARBOHYDRATE?

When the Atkins diet, a diet that seriously restricted carbohydrate levels became very popular, it caused a serious financial problem for the food industry, from bakers to farmers. The backlash against carbohydrate restriction was almost as strong as the previous demand for higher intakes of carbohydrates.

Fortunately, the demands for higher carbohydrates have been muted now that influential people have learned that dietary ketosis is not the same as the disease condition, ketoacidosis, and ketosis has many health benefits.

Ketosis is now being recognized as a valuable treatment for epilepsy (first reported around 500 BC) and accepted by modern medicine in the 1920’s, is increasingly being recognized as a potential cancer treatment and also a potential treatment for a number of neurological diseases from Parkinson’s to Alzheimer’s.

Ketosis is valuable for dieters. The conditions for ketosis are well recognized to be helpful in blunting hunger so that prolonged dieting is possible. Once ketosis is interfered with, even minimally, continued dieting is often very short lived. With ketosis, the dieters can remain comfortable for many weeks.

Ketosis is also very protective during weight loss.

All our cells use sugar as a fuel and the brain has a considerable need for sugar. When sugar is restricted, the brain has a problem. It needs sugar once the body’s glycogen reserves are depleted, so the body is quickly forced to convert proteins into sugar. Without ketosis there is a possible reduction in body protein when dieting through this need for conversion of body protein into sugar to fuel the brain. Over a prolonged dieting period this could be harmful.

Ketones, however, can replace sugar as the energy source for the brain. With a VLCD, the time period before ketosis is only a couple of days and the continued ketosis prevents the body protein from being lost.

This is a very important reason for continuous rather than interrupted dieting.

A number of people have been advocating various types of intermittent fasting. What this does is eliminate the metabolic benefits of ketosis and cause a dieter to re-start, with all its problems, very frequently.

Another reason ketones are so valuable is that ketones are produced from the fatty acids that are mobilized from fat as weight is lost. Some of hese fatty acids can be valuable as a source of essential fatty acids, which will be discussed later. Fatty acids, however, are unable to pass through the blood-brain barrier and directly provide energy for the brain. Ketones produced from the breakdown of the fatty acids, are small molecules and water soluble, so they can get into the brain and provide the necessary energy.

A build up of blood fatty acids can also become problematic as they are thought to induce heart arrhythmias. Converting excess fatty acids to ketones with  VLCDs is therefore protective.

Lipotrim is a ketogenic, nutrient complete VLCD, one of the best and safest ways to diet.

Read more about Lipotrim by CLICKING HERE

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ARE THERE ENOUGH NUTRIENTS IN LIPOTRIM (VITAMINS, MINERALS, TRACE ELEMENTS) A VLCD?

How much selenium did you eat yesterday?

Selenium is an essential nutrient. You can’t even find out how much you ate by looking at a food composition table. The amount in any food varies from almost none to too much depending on the composition of the soil the plant was grown in or the amount the animal ate from those plants.  Some animals get a disease known as “Blind Staggers” from eating plants thought to be too high in selenium.

There are around 50 substances that are required for human health. To be healthy we must have a number of vitamins, minerals, trace elements, essential amino acids and fatty acids, and some source of carbohydrate. How much time do you spend calculating your intake levels of each of these? My guess is that for most people it is zero. Yet it is extremely important and there is no vitamin supplement that contains all the necessary nutrients.

As the amount of food eaten is reduced, the opportunity to get a wide variety of nutrients goes down.  Many approaches to weight loss, from drugs to behaviour modification, try to suppress appetite so you will eat less.

But eat less of what?  All they appear to care about is Calories.

If you don’t get enough essential nutrients, you will be ill and possibly very ill. The nutrient complete Very Low Calorie Diets (VLCDs) have the correct amount of every nutrient you need.

Lipotrim is a VLCD which are one of the most nutritious foods you could eat, whether or not you are dieting.

Read more about Lipotrim by CLICKING HERE

 

The Lipotrim carrier bag – Nutrients and how to make up the formula foods – Essential Lipotrim Information

Lipotrim legal packaging – The Lipotrim carrier bag

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ARE THERE ENOUGH CALORIES IN A VLCD?

One of the most important features of the human body is the ability to store all but a few of our most essential nutrient needs. Fat is the major storage site for Calories.

In a seriously overweight individual, there are an enormous number of Calories in fat storage. The Calories stored in body fat reach astronomical numbers, about 49,000 Calories per stone.

The purpose of a diet is to reduce the number of stored fat Calories. The stored Calories are there to be used. Use them. The Calories you ate at lunch may never be used, and are certainly not used immediately.

In a person with large stores of fat Calories, there is really no lower limit to the number of Calories required in the diet, except for the Calories potentially supplied by the essential nutrients.

What do we need to eat?

We choose a variety of plants and animals in order to provide the 50 or so nutrients that are essential to keep us healthy. Unfortunately, the composition of any of these plants and animals are unique to them, so none of them, on their own, provide for all of our essential requirements. We have to eat a variety of foods in order to get enough of all the vitamins, minerals, trace elements, amino acids, essential fatty acids and even some carbohydrates for us to stay healthy.

The only choice for a single “food” that theoretically has all the nutrients that humans require is another human. Carrots make delicious eating, but they are carrots and not people. Fortunately, the foods we choose to eat are usually not other humans. Most modern societies frown on cannibalism.

When we eat enough variety of food choices we usually get the necessary nutrients. Pick enough of the wrong foods however, and even with a food excess there could still be nutrient deficiencies.

When we diet, it gets harder and harder to get enough of the essential nutrients as the amount of food is reduced. Eventually there comes a limit, when it is impossible to get enough of all essential nutrients, even with the ideal choices of foods. This limit happens to be 1200 Calories per day. Below 1200 Calories a day there is no combination of conventional foods that can provide enough of all our essential nutrients. Without enough of these nutrients, the body is compromised and, depending on which nutrients become lacking, there can be a wide variety of negative health consequences.

Losing weight is not benign.

An obese person has at least 3 stones of excess stored fat. This amounts to 147,000 Calories, enough to power most active women for at least 10 weeks. A dieter simply requires a complete source of nutrients, not another source of Calories.

Lipotrim, a modern Very Low Calorie, nutrient complete diet formula, provides all the essential nutrients in the necessary amounts to keep people healthy. The only reason the formulas have any Calories at all is because some of the nutrients, the amino acids, the fatty acids and the essential carbs all have caloric values. Of course, these must be provided, since they have other roles beside being a potential source of energy.

Lipotrim is a VLCD which provide dieters one of the healthiest and most nutritionally complete daily intakes possible.

Read more about Lipotrim….

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IS THERE ENOUGH PROTEIN IN LIPOTRIM, A VERY LOW CALORIE DIET?

The short answer is absolutely yes, Lipotrim contains enough protein.

The subject of protein relating to storage and skin, the two most important issues for dieters using VLCDs, is complex. Unlike most other nutrients, there is no actual storage site for excess protein and new muscle fibres are not produced after puberty.

Over the years, there have been many demands for increases in the amount of protein provided in VLCDs. Current versions of VLCD formulations may already be less than optimal due to the meddling of various committees, but it would certainly be very unwise to add any more protein.

Protein excess to requirements gets converted to sugar. Extra sugar can be stored either as glycogen or converted to fat, neither being desirable for a dieter. This is especially important for VLCDs since it can interfere with ketosis, causing the rate of weight loss to slow and increase hunger, sometimes enough to lead to dieting failure.

The second issue is more visible. When people get fat, there are more changes in the body than just putting extra fat into fat cells. A fatter body has more skin. It has more blood. The extra weight puts strain on bones and muscles and there are many metabolic changes.

Can you imagine what would happen if the only change when dieting would be to reduce the amount of fat stored in the fat cells? The most visible effect would be that the extra skin would still be there.  The unpleasant photos in many tabloid publications are true, but not necessary, because current VLCD formulations allow the body to resorb the excess skin. The body uses what it needs. Adding more protein will lead to more people being left with excess skin. Other consequences may not be quite as visible.

Read more about Lipotrim….

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DO VLCDs HAVE ENOUGH CARBOHYDRATE?

When the Atkins diet, a diet that seriously restricted carbohydrate levels became very popular, it caused a serious financial problem for the food industry, from bakers to farmers. The backlash against carbohydrate restriction was almost as strong as the previous demand for higher intakes of carbohydrates.

Fortunately, the demands for higher carbohydrates have been muted now that influential people have learned that dietary ketosis is not the same as the disease condition, ketoacidosis, and ketosis has many health benefits.

Ketosis is now being recognized as a valuable treatment for epilepsy (first reported around 500 BC) and accepted by modern medicine in the 1920’s, is increasingly being recognized as a potential cancer treatment and also a potential treatment for a number of neurological diseases from Parkinson’s to Alzheimer’s.

Ketosis is valuable for dieters. The conditions for ketosis are well recognized to be helpful in blunting hunger so that prolonged dieting is possible. Once ketosis is interfered with, even minimally, continued dieting is often very short lived. With ketosis, the dieters can remain comfortable for many weeks.

Ketosis is also very protective during weight loss.

All our cells use sugar as a fuel and the brain has a considerable need for sugar. When sugar is restricted, the brain has a problem. It needs sugar once the body’s glycogen reserves are depleted, so the body is quickly forced to convert proteins into sugar. Without ketosis there is a possible reduction in body protein when dieting through this need for conversion of body protein into sugar to fuel the brain. Over a prolonged dieting period this could be harmful.

Ketones, however, can replace sugar as the energy source for the brain. With a VLCD, the time period before ketosis is only a couple of days and the continued ketosis prevents the body protein from being lost.

This is a very important reason for continuous rather than interrupted dieting.

A number of people have been advocating various types of intermittent fasting. What this does is eliminate the metabolic benefits of ketosis and cause a dieter to re-start, with all its problems, very frequently.

Another reason ketones are so valuable is that ketones are produced from the fatty acids that are mobilized from fat as weight is lost. Some of hese fatty acids can be valuable as a source of essential fatty acids, which will be discussed later. Fatty acids, however, are unable to pass through the blood-brain barrier and directly provide energy for the brain. Ketones produced from the breakdown of the fatty acids, are small molecules and water soluble, so they can get into the brain and provide the necessary energy.

A build up of blood fatty acids can also become problematic as they are thought to induce heart arrhythmias. Converting excess fatty acids to ketones with  VLCDs is therefore protective.

Lipotrim is a ketogenic, nutrient complete VLCD, one of the best and safest ways to diet.

Read more about Lipotrim by CLICKING HERE

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The Lipotrim Maintenance Programme will really help keep weight maintained after losing weight on the Total Food Replacement Programme.

You can use the maintenance formulas and caramel flavoured bars flexibly and for many weeks, months, even years after losing weight on Lipotrim.

Lipotrim maintenance formulas and bars can also help with less rapid, more flexible weight loss.

The programme should not be underestimated and is more than just another 2plus1 diet, where you have 2 meal replacements and a single traditional meal. There is real science behind the Lipotrim Maintenance formula foods. It is important to understand the issues surrounding weight maintenance, insulin, snacking and the glycaemic index of foods.

Please read our dedicated page on the Lipotrim Maintenance Programme here

Need more advice or support? Please contact us or call FREEPHONE 0800 413735

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The short answer is that the rapid weight loss achieved with Lipotrim makes this type of diet an excellent option for type 2 diabetics.

Type 2 diabetes is a serious disease, taking a very large proportion of the national health budget,  yet is largely a preventable disease.

Certain risk factors make a person more susceptible to suffering from type 2 diabetes, like genetics and age which you cannot do anything about.

The risk factor, carrying excess body weight, is common to a majority of type 2 diabetics. Type 2 diabetes can often be prevented by leading a healthy lifestyle, keeping the body within a normal BMI range of 20 to 25 (this BMI range may be lower in certain populations). Type 2 diabetes can certainly be forced into remission by treating existing excess weight and obesity but is seldom seen owing to the failure of many traditional diets to achieve meaningful weight loss.

Please take the time to read “Stop the amputations – Type 2 diabetes cured by diet alone but is this revolutionary?”

Rapid weight loss, using the Very Low Calorie Diet (VLCD) Lipotrim, can often force the full remission of type 2 diabetes within days.

A type 2 diabetic would require the full co-operation of their GP. The pharmacy must liaise with the patient’s GP to explain the need to stop the diabetic medications on starting Phase 1 of the Lipotrim programme: Weightloss.

If the patient is using Insulin then the patient would be excluded from participating in the Lipotrim Programme and referred to their GP for help.

Once the GP and pharmacist are in agreement then on day 1 of the diet phase the patient would stop taking their diabetic medication with their blood glucose levels falling into the normal range within the first week, without he need for medication. It should be noted that the continuation of diabetic medication, or the cessation of medication without the consent of the GP, would be outside of the programme and prohibited.

The type 2 diabetic would carry on through the weight loss phase for the length of time required to lose the desired amount of excess weight, preferably down to a healthy BMI. Once this has been achieved, the patient would re-introduce traditional foods using the predetermined “Refeeding” menu.

The response to such a significant weight loss could be the full remission of the type 2 diabetes. This is NOT a cure. Diabetes can not be cured but forced into “silence”. This remission must be confirmed with the co-ordination of the GP and pharmacist and a lifelong weight maintenance strategy be followed.

The increased insulin sensitivity and decreased insulin resistance brought about by the loss of weight is likely to keep the type 2 diabetes at bay unless the weight is regained.

Please read our dedicated page on Type 2 Diabetes by clicking here.

Want more detailed published information on type 2 diabetes and Lipotrim? CLICK HERE

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Lipotrim re-feeding is the controlled re-introduction of conventional foods after losing weight successfully with the Lipotrim Total Food Replacement Programme.

In this audio you will understand why you must follow the Lipotrim re-feeding menu fully and correctly. There also follows a comprehensive look at the principles behind weight maintenance and the strategies to ensure you stand the best chance of maintaining your weight-loss.

If you liked what you heard in this audio on re-feeding after the Lipotrim Total Food Replacement Programme you should also read the information on the Lipotrim Maintenance Programme.

Lipotrim maintenance formulas and bars can be purchased through our participating pharmacies or via our online Lipotrim shop.

 

The Lipotrim Re-feeding Patient Literature

Patient Paperwork 3 of 3: Lipotrim Pharmacy Refeeding Information

 

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Lipotrim Pharmacy re-feeding information

 

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ARE THERE ENOUGH CALORIES IN A VLCD?

One of the most important features of the human body is the ability to store all but a few of our most essential nutrient needs. Fat is the major storage site for Calories.

In a seriously overweight individual, there are an enormous number of Calories in fat storage. The Calories stored in body fat reach astronomical numbers, about 49,000 Calories per stone.

The purpose of a diet is to reduce the number of stored fat Calories. The stored Calories are there to be used. Use them. The Calories you ate at lunch may never be used, and are certainly not used immediately.

In a person with large stores of fat Calories, there is really no lower limit to the number of Calories required in the diet, except for the Calories potentially supplied by the essential nutrients.

What do we need to eat?

We choose a variety of plants and animals in order to provide the 50 or so nutrients that are essential to keep us healthy. Unfortunately, the composition of any of these plants and animals are unique to them, so none of them, on their own, provide for all of our essential requirements. We have to eat a variety of foods in order to get enough of all the vitamins, minerals, trace elements, amino acids, essential fatty acids and even some carbohydrates for us to stay healthy.

The only choice for a single “food” that theoretically has all the nutrients that humans require is another human. Carrots make delicious eating, but they are carrots and not people. Fortunately, the foods we choose to eat are usually not other humans. Most modern societies frown on cannibalism.

When we eat enough variety of food choices we usually get the necessary nutrients. Pick enough of the wrong foods however, and even with a food excess there could still be nutrient deficiencies.

When we diet, it gets harder and harder to get enough of the essential nutrients as the amount of food is reduced. Eventually there comes a limit, when it is impossible to get enough of all essential nutrients, even with the ideal choices of foods. This limit happens to be 1200 Calories per day. Below 1200 Calories a day there is no combination of conventional foods that can provide enough of all our essential nutrients. Without enough of these nutrients, the body is compromised and, depending on which nutrients become lacking, there can be a wide variety of negative health consequences.

Losing weight is not benign.

An obese person has at least 3 stones of excess stored fat. This amounts to 147,000 Calories, enough to power most active women for at least 10 weeks. A dieter simply requires a complete source of nutrients, not another source of Calories.

Lipotrim, a modern Very Low Calorie, nutrient complete diet formula, provides all the essential nutrients in the necessary amounts to keep people healthy. The only reason the formulas have any Calories at all is because some of the nutrients, the amino acids, the fatty acids and the essential carbs all have caloric values. Of course, these must be provided, since they have other roles beside being a potential source of energy.

Lipotrim is a VLCD which provide dieters one of the healthiest and most nutritionally complete daily intakes possible.

Read more about Lipotrim….

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IS THERE ENOUGH PROTEIN IN LIPOTRIM, A VERY LOW CALORIE DIET?

The short answer is absolutely yes, Lipotrim contains enough protein.

The subject of protein relating to storage and skin, the two most important issues for dieters using VLCDs, is complex. Unlike most other nutrients, there is no actual storage site for excess protein and new muscle fibres are not produced after puberty.

Over the years, there have been many demands for increases in the amount of protein provided in VLCDs. Current versions of VLCD formulations may already be less than optimal due to the meddling of various committees, but it would certainly be very unwise to add any more protein.

Protein excess to requirements gets converted to sugar. Extra sugar can be stored either as glycogen or converted to fat, neither being desirable for a dieter. This is especially important for VLCDs since it can interfere with ketosis, causing the rate of weight loss to slow and increase hunger, sometimes enough to lead to dieting failure.

The second issue is more visible. When people get fat, there are more changes in the body than just putting extra fat into fat cells. A fatter body has more skin. It has more blood. The extra weight puts strain on bones and muscles and there are many metabolic changes.

Can you imagine what would happen if the only change when dieting would be to reduce the amount of fat stored in the fat cells? The most visible effect would be that the extra skin would still be there.  The unpleasant photos in many tabloid publications are true, but not necessary, because current VLCD formulations allow the body to resorb the excess skin. The body uses what it needs. Adding more protein will lead to more people being left with excess skin. Other consequences may not be quite as visible.

Read more about Lipotrim….

Leave a Reply

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DO VLCDs HAVE ENOUGH CARBOHYDRATE?

When the Atkins diet, a diet that seriously restricted carbohydrate levels became very popular, it caused a serious financial problem for the food industry, from bakers to farmers. The backlash against carbohydrate restriction was almost as strong as the previous demand for higher intakes of carbohydrates.

Fortunately, the demands for higher carbohydrates have been muted now that influential people have learned that dietary ketosis is not the same as the disease condition, ketoacidosis, and ketosis has many health benefits.

Ketosis is now being recognized as a valuable treatment for epilepsy (first reported around 500 BC) and accepted by modern medicine in the 1920’s, is increasingly being recognized as a potential cancer treatment and also a potential treatment for a number of neurological diseases from Parkinson’s to Alzheimer’s.

Ketosis is valuable for dieters. The conditions for ketosis are well recognized to be helpful in blunting hunger so that prolonged dieting is possible. Once ketosis is interfered with, even minimally, continued dieting is often very short lived. With ketosis, the dieters can remain comfortable for many weeks.

Ketosis is also very protective during weight loss.

All our cells use sugar as a fuel and the brain has a considerable need for sugar. When sugar is restricted, the brain has a problem. It needs sugar once the body’s glycogen reserves are depleted, so the body is quickly forced to convert proteins into sugar. Without ketosis there is a possible reduction in body protein when dieting through this need for conversion of body protein into sugar to fuel the brain. Over a prolonged dieting period this could be harmful.

Ketones, however, can replace sugar as the energy source for the brain. With a VLCD, the time period before ketosis is only a couple of days and the continued ketosis prevents the body protein from being lost.

This is a very important reason for continuous rather than interrupted dieting.

A number of people have been advocating various types of intermittent fasting. What this does is eliminate the metabolic benefits of ketosis and cause a dieter to re-start, with all its problems, very frequently.

Another reason ketones are so valuable is that ketones are produced from the fatty acids that are mobilized from fat as weight is lost. Some of hese fatty acids can be valuable as a source of essential fatty acids, which will be discussed later. Fatty acids, however, are unable to pass through the blood-brain barrier and directly provide energy for the brain. Ketones produced from the breakdown of the fatty acids, are small molecules and water soluble, so they can get into the brain and provide the necessary energy.

A build up of blood fatty acids can also become problematic as they are thought to induce heart arrhythmias. Converting excess fatty acids to ketones with  VLCDs is therefore protective.

Lipotrim is a ketogenic, nutrient complete VLCD, one of the best and safest ways to diet.

Read more about Lipotrim by CLICKING HERE

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ARE THERE ENOUGH NUTRIENTS IN LIPOTRIM (VITAMINS, MINERALS, TRACE ELEMENTS) A VLCD?

How much selenium did you eat yesterday?

Selenium is an essential nutrient. You can’t even find out how much you ate by looking at a food composition table. The amount in any food varies from almost none to too much depending on the composition of the soil the plant was grown in or the amount the animal ate from those plants.  Some animals get a disease known as “Blind Staggers” from eating plants thought to be too high in selenium.

There are around 50 substances that are required for human health. To be healthy we must have a number of vitamins, minerals, trace elements, essential amino acids and fatty acids, and some source of carbohydrate. How much time do you spend calculating your intake levels of each of these? My guess is that for most people it is zero. Yet it is extremely important and there is no vitamin supplement that contains all the necessary nutrients.

As the amount of food eaten is reduced, the opportunity to get a wide variety of nutrients goes down.  Many approaches to weight loss, from drugs to behaviour modification, try to suppress appetite so you will eat less.

But eat less of what?  All they appear to care about is Calories.

If you don’t get enough essential nutrients, you will be ill and possibly very ill. The nutrient complete Very Low Calorie Diets (VLCDs) have the correct amount of every nutrient you need.

Lipotrim is a VLCD which are one of the most nutritious foods you could eat, whether or not you are dieting.

Read more about Lipotrim by CLICKING HERE

 

The Lipotrim carrier bag – Nutrients and how to make up the formula foods – Essential Lipotrim Information

Lipotrim legal packaging – The Lipotrim carrier bag

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The Lipotrim Maintenance Programme will really help keep weight maintained after losing weight on the Total Food Replacement Programme.

You can use the maintenance formulas and caramel flavoured bars flexibly and for many weeks, months, even years after losing weight on Lipotrim.

Lipotrim maintenance formulas and bars can also help with less rapid, more flexible weight loss.

The programme should not be underestimated and is more than just another 2plus1 diet, where you have 2 meal replacements and a single traditional meal. There is real science behind the Lipotrim Maintenance formula foods. It is important to understand the issues surrounding weight maintenance, insulin, snacking and the glycaemic index of foods.

Please read our dedicated page on the Lipotrim Maintenance Programme here

Need more advice or support? Please contact us or call FREEPHONE 0800 413735

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Lipotrim results (2)

The short answer is that the rapid weight loss achieved with Lipotrim makes this type of diet an excellent option for type 2 diabetics.

Type 2 diabetes is a serious disease, taking a very large proportion of the national health budget,  yet is largely a preventable disease.

Certain risk factors make a person more susceptible to suffering from type 2 diabetes, like genetics and age which you cannot do anything about.

The risk factor, carrying excess body weight, is common to a majority of type 2 diabetics. Type 2 diabetes can often be prevented by leading a healthy lifestyle, keeping the body within a normal BMI range of 20 to 25 (this BMI range may be lower in certain populations). Type 2 diabetes can certainly be forced into remission by treating existing excess weight and obesity but is seldom seen owing to the failure of many traditional diets to achieve meaningful weight loss.

Please take the time to read “Stop the amputations – Type 2 diabetes cured by diet alone but is this revolutionary?”

Rapid weight loss, using the Very Low Calorie Diet (VLCD) Lipotrim, can often force the full remission of type 2 diabetes within days.

A type 2 diabetic would require the full co-operation of their GP. The pharmacy must liaise with the patient’s GP to explain the need to stop the diabetic medications on starting Phase 1 of the Lipotrim programme: Weightloss.

If the patient is using Insulin then the patient would be excluded from participating in the Lipotrim Programme and referred to their GP for help.

Once the GP and pharmacist are in agreement then on day 1 of the diet phase the patient would stop taking their diabetic medication with their blood glucose levels falling into the normal range within the first week, without he need for medication. It should be noted that the continuation of diabetic medication, or the cessation of medication without the consent of the GP, would be outside of the programme and prohibited.

The type 2 diabetic would carry on through the weight loss phase for the length of time required to lose the desired amount of excess weight, preferably down to a healthy BMI. Once this has been achieved, the patient would re-introduce traditional foods using the predetermined “Refeeding” menu.

The response to such a significant weight loss could be the full remission of the type 2 diabetes. This is NOT a cure. Diabetes can not be cured but forced into “silence”. This remission must be confirmed with the co-ordination of the GP and pharmacist and a lifelong weight maintenance strategy be followed.

The increased insulin sensitivity and decreased insulin resistance brought about by the loss of weight is likely to keep the type 2 diabetes at bay unless the weight is regained.

Please read our dedicated page on Type 2 Diabetes by clicking here.

Want more detailed published information on type 2 diabetes and Lipotrim? CLICK HERE

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Lipotrim re-feeding is the controlled re-introduction of conventional foods after losing weight successfully with the Lipotrim Total Food Replacement Programme.

In this audio you will understand why you must follow the Lipotrim re-feeding menu fully and correctly. There also follows a comprehensive look at the principles behind weight maintenance and the strategies to ensure you stand the best chance of maintaining your weight-loss.

If you liked what you heard in this audio on re-feeding after the Lipotrim Total Food Replacement Programme you should also read the information on the Lipotrim Maintenance Programme.

Lipotrim maintenance formulas and bars can be purchased through our participating pharmacies or via our online Lipotrim shop.

 

The Lipotrim Re-feeding Patient Literature

Patient Paperwork 3 of 3: Lipotrim Pharmacy Refeeding Information

 

Please click on this link (below) to download the full Lipotrim Re-feeding literature:

Lipotrim Pharmacy re-feeding information

 

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Medical (1)

The short answer is that the rapid weight loss achieved with Lipotrim makes this type of diet an excellent option for type 2 diabetics.

Type 2 diabetes is a serious disease, taking a very large proportion of the national health budget,  yet is largely a preventable disease.

Certain risk factors make a person more susceptible to suffering from type 2 diabetes, like genetics and age which you cannot do anything about.

The risk factor, carrying excess body weight, is common to a majority of type 2 diabetics. Type 2 diabetes can often be prevented by leading a healthy lifestyle, keeping the body within a normal BMI range of 20 to 25 (this BMI range may be lower in certain populations). Type 2 diabetes can certainly be forced into remission by treating existing excess weight and obesity but is seldom seen owing to the failure of many traditional diets to achieve meaningful weight loss.

Please take the time to read “Stop the amputations – Type 2 diabetes cured by diet alone but is this revolutionary?”

Rapid weight loss, using the Very Low Calorie Diet (VLCD) Lipotrim, can often force the full remission of type 2 diabetes within days.

A type 2 diabetic would require the full co-operation of their GP. The pharmacy must liaise with the patient’s GP to explain the need to stop the diabetic medications on starting Phase 1 of the Lipotrim programme: Weightloss.

If the patient is using Insulin then the patient would be excluded from participating in the Lipotrim Programme and referred to their GP for help.

Once the GP and pharmacist are in agreement then on day 1 of the diet phase the patient would stop taking their diabetic medication with their blood glucose levels falling into the normal range within the first week, without he need for medication. It should be noted that the continuation of diabetic medication, or the cessation of medication without the consent of the GP, would be outside of the programme and prohibited.

The type 2 diabetic would carry on through the weight loss phase for the length of time required to lose the desired amount of excess weight, preferably down to a healthy BMI. Once this has been achieved, the patient would re-introduce traditional foods using the predetermined “Refeeding” menu.

The response to such a significant weight loss could be the full remission of the type 2 diabetes. This is NOT a cure. Diabetes can not be cured but forced into “silence”. This remission must be confirmed with the co-ordination of the GP and pharmacist and a lifelong weight maintenance strategy be followed.

The increased insulin sensitivity and decreased insulin resistance brought about by the loss of weight is likely to keep the type 2 diabetes at bay unless the weight is regained.

Please read our dedicated page on Type 2 Diabetes by clicking here.

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Re-feeding (2)

The Lipotrim Maintenance Programme will really help keep weight maintained after losing weight on the Total Food Replacement Programme.

You can use the maintenance formulas and caramel flavoured bars flexibly and for many weeks, months, even years after losing weight on Lipotrim.

Lipotrim maintenance formulas and bars can also help with less rapid, more flexible weight loss.

The programme should not be underestimated and is more than just another 2plus1 diet, where you have 2 meal replacements and a single traditional meal. There is real science behind the Lipotrim Maintenance formula foods. It is important to understand the issues surrounding weight maintenance, insulin, snacking and the glycaemic index of foods.

Please read our dedicated page on the Lipotrim Maintenance Programme here

Need more advice or support? Please contact us or call FREEPHONE 0800 413735

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Lipotrim re-feeding is the controlled re-introduction of conventional foods after losing weight successfully with the Lipotrim Total Food Replacement Programme.

In this audio you will understand why you must follow the Lipotrim re-feeding menu fully and correctly. There also follows a comprehensive look at the principles behind weight maintenance and the strategies to ensure you stand the best chance of maintaining your weight-loss.

If you liked what you heard in this audio on re-feeding after the Lipotrim Total Food Replacement Programme you should also read the information on the Lipotrim Maintenance Programme.

Lipotrim maintenance formulas and bars can be purchased through our participating pharmacies or via our online Lipotrim shop.

 

The Lipotrim Re-feeding Patient Literature

Patient Paperwork 3 of 3: Lipotrim Pharmacy Refeeding Information

 

Please click on this link (below) to download the full Lipotrim Re-feeding literature:

Lipotrim Pharmacy re-feeding information

 

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Weight maintenance (2)

The Lipotrim Maintenance Programme will really help keep weight maintained after losing weight on the Total Food Replacement Programme.

You can use the maintenance formulas and caramel flavoured bars flexibly and for many weeks, months, even years after losing weight on Lipotrim.

Lipotrim maintenance formulas and bars can also help with less rapid, more flexible weight loss.

The programme should not be underestimated and is more than just another 2plus1 diet, where you have 2 meal replacements and a single traditional meal. There is real science behind the Lipotrim Maintenance formula foods. It is important to understand the issues surrounding weight maintenance, insulin, snacking and the glycaemic index of foods.

Please read our dedicated page on the Lipotrim Maintenance Programme here

Need more advice or support? Please contact us or call FREEPHONE 0800 413735

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Lipotrim re-feeding is the controlled re-introduction of conventional foods after losing weight successfully with the Lipotrim Total Food Replacement Programme.

In this audio you will understand why you must follow the Lipotrim re-feeding menu fully and correctly. There also follows a comprehensive look at the principles behind weight maintenance and the strategies to ensure you stand the best chance of maintaining your weight-loss.

If you liked what you heard in this audio on re-feeding after the Lipotrim Total Food Replacement Programme you should also read the information on the Lipotrim Maintenance Programme.

Lipotrim maintenance formulas and bars can be purchased through our participating pharmacies or via our online Lipotrim shop.

 

The Lipotrim Re-feeding Patient Literature

Patient Paperwork 3 of 3: Lipotrim Pharmacy Refeeding Information

 

Please click on this link (below) to download the full Lipotrim Re-feeding literature:

Lipotrim Pharmacy re-feeding information

 

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