Medically Supervised Weight Loss Diet St. Louis

Dr. Emma’s Diet

MD Health & Wellness exclusively offers to the St Louis area Dr. Emma’s weight loss treatment program. We use the latest protocols of Dr. Sheri Emma, MD. The program is backed by years of research, as presented to the American Society of Bariatric Physicians. Dr. Emma’s Protocol is the highest quality program to date!

Dr. Emma speaks regularly on the Dr. Oz Show.

How does it work?

Dr. Emma’s Diet Program combines a customized low calorie diet with hormone injections. The act of stimulating these protein hormones in very low levels appears to help the body sustain lean body mass while dieting.

Hormones are self-administered with tiny needles that are essentially painless. Your provider will walk you through the process and ensure that you are 100% comfortable upon initiation of the program.

Individual results may vary – our diet will be customized based on your current weight, age, sex and weight loss goals. Our team will generate your diet plan and counsel you on the initiation and progress of your diet. Every aspect of your weight loss program is personalized.

The Benefits of Dr. Emma’s Diet

Patients report a decreased feeling of hunger.*

  • Maintain more muscle and lean tissue, counteracting muscle breakdown*
  • Positive effect on metabolism. This muscle allows for a stronger metabolism and helps people maintain their weight loss long after their diet is completed.*
  • You can be on the diet as long as needed to reach your desired goal.*

*Individual results may vary based on your meeting with the doctor.

Dr. Emma’s Diet All-Inclusive Package

You will receive the following for at a single cost:

  • Physician Examination and Evaluation
  • Blood Testing and EKG
  • Weekly Weigh-ins and Dietary Counseling
  • 30 days of Medication
  • Dr. Emma’s Diet Guide
  • MDHW Daily Food Journal
  • MDHW Cookbook
  • Daily Email for Diet and Exercise

Contact MD Health & Wellness today find out if Dr. Emma’s Diet is right for you.

Disclaimer:
“This has not been demonstrated to be effective adjunctive therapy in the treatment of obesity. There is no substantial evidence that it increases weight loss beyond that resulting from caloric restriction, that it causes a more attractive or ‘normal’ distribution of fat, or that it decreases the hunger and discomfort associated with calorie-restricted diets.”