Award Winning Research Linking the Ideal Protein Protocol with Reduced Healthcare Costs Presented at ObesityWeek 2016

Findings show weight loss with Ideal Protein Protocol could save payers millions in healthcare costs, help lower risk of heart disease and diabetes

Partner News | Published: Thursday, November 3, 2016

by Ideal Protein

Gatineau, QC.  (November 3, 2016) – Weight loss with the Ideal Protein Protocol, a medically designed and developed protocol for weight loss and weight maintenance, has been shown to potentially reduce healthcare claims and improve key markers of cardiac and metabolic health, according to findings detailed in two poster presentations unveiled at Obesityweek 2016 in New Orleans today.

The two studies with the Ideal Protein Protocol were led by cardiologist Timothy N. Logemann, MD, FACC, ABOM of Aspirus, a self-insured community-directed health system based in Wausau, Wisconsin.  At Obesityweek 2016, Dr. Logemann presented top HSR abstract winner Effect of the Ideal Protein Weight Loss Protocol on Employee Health Care Costs and Effect of a Ketogenic Diet on Advanced Lipid Profiles. Authors of both studies are Dr. Timothy Logemann; David K. Murdock, MD, MS, FACC, FACP, FSCAI and Kelly O’Heron, RD.  John Grady also contributed to Effect of a Ketogenic Diet on Advanced Lipid Profiles.

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