Results: How Our Program Can Work For You

“Lose that last 10lbs.”
“Fit into my favorite jeans again.”
“Feel more energetic in the afternoon.”
These are a few of the common goals we hear from patients joining our Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) and Optimal Body program
Individualized programs based on vital information provided through a combination of diagnostic testing, bloodwork and a deep understanding of current lifestyle, allow us to identify exactly what you need to succeed – and the results speak for themselves.  
Here are a few examples from some fabulous women here in Calgary:

Optimal Body Program: Client 1

57-year-old female.

Weight loss and decrease total body fat percent, as the client set a goal to fit into a specific blazer in 3 months.
6 week CGM program, followed by on-going monitoring through an offsite annual membership

In addition to Ozempic medication, different nutritional strategies were introduced weekly to keep the blood glucose spikes within the optimal average daily range of 4.4 – 5.6 mmol/L.

Effective strategies: 

The main strategies found to be effective included:

  • Learning about and implementing macronutrient portion sizes
  • Mindful eating
  • Personalized dining out strategies
  • Increasing daily non-exercise activity
  • Average daily glucose down 0.8 mmol/L over the course of 6 weeks. 
  • Weight loss 25 lb in 3 months – fits into the blazer!
  • 2.6% fat loss and 2.3% increase in lean mass
  • Developed new sustainable eating habits and understanding of the best portion sizes for her.

CGM Program: Client 2

55-year-old female, vegetarian


Ensure all blood markers are in the optimal range, especially those related to blood sugar and inflammation.


6 weeks


Every week we gradually introduced different strategies to lower the blood glucose spikes after meals, keeping in mind that a vegetarian diet is naturally higher in carbohydrate content. 

Effective strategies: 

The main strategies found to be effective included:

  • Changing breakfast from a high carbohydrate meal (oatmeal) to include higher fat and protein sources.
  • Apple Cider Vinegar capsules were introduced prior to meals.
  • Switched to pure monk fruit extract as a sweetener from a commercial monk fruit blend (containing sugar alcohols), as sugar alcohols appeared to contribute to blood glucose spikes.
  • Average daily glucose dropped down by 0.5 mmol/L over the course of 6 weeks.
  • Glucose variability (spikes) dropped down 1.7%.
  • Greater awareness of how specific daily foods and hydration affect her blood glucose.

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