Let Baptist Health Weight & Nutrition Center be your guide to lasting weight loss. Whether your goal is to lose weight, improve your overall health, manage a chronic health condition, or control a food allergy, we design a program that’s custom fit for you. Baptist Health Weight & Nutrition Center provides a comprehensive approach to diet and exercise to assist in healthy lifestyle transformation. Weekly weigh-ins allow us to review your previous week and plan for the week ahead. It helps establish goals and monitor your progress. Our staff consists of clinical dietitians and certified exercise staff. With encouragement, commitment, and the help of our weight loss team, you will learn how to manage your weight long term to reach a happier, healthier lifestyle.
Our Weight Loss Program Offerings
The Baptist Health Weight & Nutrition Center offers weight loss programs that are thorough yet easy to follow. The program is personalized to your specific goals and health needs. Our expert staff provides an individualized and effective weight loss plan by measuring your Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR), reviewing your nutritional habits, and assessing your medical history. We recommend incorporating the protein-rich food options we sell through our program and shop, along with fresh fruits and vegetables that can be purchased at your local grocery store or farmers’ market. You will learn how to make the healthiest choices for your meals, practice portion control, and learn about your unique nutritional needs. Our program plans are customized for you based on various factors, including calories, macronutrients, allergies, likes and dislikes, previous weight loss programs you might have used, individual progression, chronic health conditions, and medications.
Three-Phase Medical Weight Loss Program
Weight Loss Phase
Weekly attendance (either in person or virtually) until 80% of your goal is achieved. This first phase aims to restart your metabolism. The length of this phase differs for each participant. Our educators guide you weekly to provide support, motivation, and accountability.
Bi-weekly attendance (either in person or virtually) until 100% of your goal is achieved. In this phase, self-made meals are reintroduced into your diet. This phase typically lasts 4-8 weeks.
Once a month attendance (either in person or virtually) for as long as you need. Congratulations, this is the final and longest stage. Your monthly visits are built around encouragement as you prepare your meals and snacks with some aid from our products.
A metabolism test is an offering through our program and is recommended for those unable to commit to the weekly meetings our other programs require. The test is a 90-minute in-person appointment with a registered dietician. Several elements are gathered, such as your current height, weight, and body fat percentage. You then discuss your ideal weight and goals to establish a plan that includes daily meal suggestions, shopping lists, and recipes.
Baptist Health Weight & Nutrition Center Product Offerings
Our variety of protein-rich and portioned controlled items will help guide you through learned choices for long-term success! Some of our food offerings include:
- Meal replacement shakes (lactose-free options available)
- A variety of snacks that include chips, bars, and drinks (gluten-free options available)
- Breakfast oatmeal and cereals
- Shelf-stable entrees (vegetarian options available)
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I count calories?
Our expert team will calculate your caloric needs in your orientation. As long as you follow the established plan, you will not need to count calories. We recommend you start our program by using our food products and offerings. As you move through the program and begin to incorporate foods outside of what we offer, you may practice food journaling or logging.
How much will I lose?
With dedicated participation, our program participants lose approximately one to three pounds per week. Dedicated participation means committing to weekly visits (either in-person or virtually), compliance with your program plan, and executing appropriate physical activity set up in your program orientation.
Do I take any medications with this program?
Our programs are not medically supervised and are not billed through insurance. We do not prescribe or manage any medicines.
What are the costs associated with the program?
Please call or email for pricing information.
How do I enroll?
You simply call our office to schedule an appointment. We will get the necessary information to send a physician communication form to your primary care/family care provider and get you scheduled for your orientation.