Medical Weight Loss Training and Diets
PracticalCME has the ONLY Medical Weight Loss Course that Offers…
Evidence-Based Weight Loss, Ketosis Diet CME Certification Training Course for Bariatric Providers. Course includes discussion of popular Hormone-Aided Ketosis Diets
The number one complaint among our patients is weight gain and the inability to lose weight and keep it off effectively. The supplement industry makes over 50 million dollars a year offering solutions yet no pill has ever been shown to cause permanent weight loss. This course only presents evidence-based topics which will work with your patients. The course contains over 200 citations from the medical literature. Highlights of the course include…
- Discussion of Food Addictions and How to Treat Them
- The Role of Exercise as both a Help and Hindrance to weight loss
- Understanding Macronutrients and How to Build a Healthy Menu
- The Importance of Sleep in Weight Loss
- Problems and Limitations With Current Pharmaceuticals
- How to Select an Effective Meal Replacement for Your Practice
- Detailed Information on Implementing an Effective Hormone-Aided Ketosis Diet in Your Practice
No proprietary, multi-level, or other expensive substances are recommended in this training. This course has no sponsors. Customizable patient information forms, consents, and sample menus for our recommended ketosis diet are included. Courses are taught live, as a live internet simulcast, or included at no charge with the purchase of selected live dates for our Saliva Testing/BHRT Course. The course is also available online as a fully interactive streaming presentation with email support from our faculty. So no matter how you train, you have nothing to lose. Your patients need this service and there is no better time to implement it than NOW!
If you have any further questions about this course, please Email our Medical Director.
- Obesity By the Numbers
- Why Obesity is the Greatest Epidemic of our Time
- Obesity and Quality of Life
- Obesity and Illness
- Myths and Misconceptions about Dieting
- Why Calorie Counting is Not Enough
- Why Scale Weight is not the Best Indicator of Success
- BIA Body Composition Testing
Obesity Behind the Scenes
- Genetics of Obesity
- Sleep Deprivation and Weight Gain
- Food Addiction Hypothesis
- Why We Crave Certain Foods
- Why We Eat When We are Not Hungry
- How Exercise Can Cause Weight Gain or Weight Loss
- Sensible Exercise Guidelines
Pharmaceuticals and Supplements
- Historical Agents
- Prescription Stimulants
- Off Label Pharmaceuticals
- New FDA-Approved Agents
- Agents in the Pipeline
- OTC Supplements
- Why Caffeine Does Not Work
Analysis of Popular Diets
- Counting Calories
- The Low-Fat Mistake
- Low-Carb, High-Fat
- Low Glycemic Diets
- Low-Carb, High-Protein
- Ketosis Diets
- How to Achieve Ketosis Safely
- Physiology of Ketosis to Burn Fat
- How H-C-G is used in Ketosis Protocols
- Meal Replacements
- Toxins and Obesity
- Nutritional Cleansing
Practice Tips and Tricks
- Billing Insurance
- Incorporating BHRT into Weight Loss
- Pricing and Packaging Services
- SEO Tricks to Move Your Website Up in the Rankings
Q&A and Discussion
THIS ACTIVITY HAS BEEN REVIEWED AND IS ACCEPTABLE FOR UP TO 7.25 PRESCRIBED CREDITS BY THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF FAMILY PHYSICIANS (AAFP).
AAFP Prescribed credit is accepted by the American Medical Association as equivalent to AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ toward the AMA Physician’s Recognition Award.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Evidenced-Based Weight Loss Training?
By looking at the medical literature, we help you teach patients how to lose weight using only what is known to be true in the medical literature, and not using fad supplements and gimmicks commonly advertised directly to patients.
What are 3 weight management strategies?
Evidence shows that the three best weight management strategies are reduction in manufactured processed foods, daily physical activity, and consistent sleep and stress reduction. Diet pills and meal replacement shakes are NOT on this list.
What type of doctor should I see for weight loss?
You should choose a board-certified physician who does not peddle “quick fix” supplements and prescriptions to guarantee weight loss, but focuses on stress reduction, lifestyle improvements, and a whole food menu that you can follow for life.
What can doctors prescribe for weight loss?
The best prescription is stress reduction, a natural food menu, and rehabilitation of the GI tract that has been compromised due to processed foods. No prescription weight loss pill, shake, or over the counter supplement has proven to cause permanent weight loss.
Why choose Practical CME Evidence -based Weight Loss Training CME Courses?
Since 2008, PracticalCME’s weight loss training focuses on the strategies that work including pairing weight loss with BHRT testing, and GI/Neurotransmitter testing. The training also focuses on eliminating food addictions to prevent weight re-gain.
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