Still do not give up with your diet programs? Or want to try another way or program to get better result than your current diet program? Losing weight is not as hard as in your mind until you find the best diet program which is suitable for you and for your body. If you find it, you will feel that lose a lot weight is not a dream anymore. Probably you should try these 2 diet programs that we are going to make the comparison of them. The diet program are Hmr Diet against Medifast Diet. Which one is better for you or even you will try 2 of them? Just read the article carefully.
HMR, formerly known as Health Management Resources, is a part of Merck & Co. that offers behavioral-based, lifestyle-focused weight management programs that combine a structured diet, physical activity, and lifestyle-change coaching. HMR Diet is made up of entrees, shakes, cereals bars, soups, and recipe ideas. HMR diet consists of 3 meals and 2 shakes drink for your daily meals in a month. The dishes are vegetables and fruits, all you can buy them from every grocery stores. The users must consume 1200 calories in a day to maintain basic metabolic functions. As their procedure of diet programs, they use “Handbook of Obesity Treatment” for the guidance. (Read also: HMR Diet vs Nutrisystem)
Medifast, Inc. is an American nutrition and weight loss company based in Owings Mills, Maryland. The company owns five subsidiaries: Jason Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (Jason), Take Shape for Life, Inc. (TSFL), Jason Enterprises, Inc., Jason Properties, LLC and Seven Crondall, LLC. Medifast is way of changing your daily meals with their replacements meals in order to lose weight immediately. You can consult with your physician before choose Medifast as your diet program and to make sure that it will have no side effects for your body. Medifast a.k.a Medifast Diet 5&1 plan consists of 5 daily meal replacements and 1 lean and green meal. Substitute foods must contain 100 calories and high protein while lean and green consists of 5-7 ounces. Portion of protein and three servings of lean non-starch vegetables. Your diet must provide not more than 800 calories and only can be implemented under supervision of physician. The holly book of Medifast Helath Maagement Resources is based on “Handbook of Obesity Treatment”.
Both Medifast and HMR Diet are based on meal replacements, But, Medifast is a home cooked meal for daily and the diet should always be pursued under the supervision of physician because of very low calorie diet. Different from Medifast, HMR Diet is a packaged meals which provides about 1200 calories to make it suitable for some people.