BioIntelligent Wellness Virtual Ideal Protein Coaching
We utilize a variety of formats, including telephone, FaceTime and Zoom meetings to support you in reaching your goals
Who it’s For
How it Works
- Check the clinic locator on the Ideal Protein website. If there is not a convenient clinic near you, we can work together.
- Schedule a complimentary consultation to learn how the program can work for you and confirm you are a candidate for our virtual program. Transfer clients already on the Ideal Protein Diet are automatically approved.
Once confirmed, we will:
- Review the Ideal Protein Foods with you and help you select your initial start products.
- Ship your Ideal Protein Products and Initial Start Folder by UPS, FedEx or USPS.
- Schedule your Ideal Protein Program Start Appointment.
- Attend your Program Start Appointment (prior to starting the diet). Our coaches offer electronic support (text and email) between visits to ensure you have consistent support and guidance between your appointments.
- Schedule and attend your weekly coaching appointments with your dedicated coach to review your progress and food logs, optimize meal planning and answer any questions that come up.
How to Get Started
- If you have questions, schedule a complimentary consultation to learn more about the program and answer any questions you may have.
- If you are ready to get started:
You will be immediately contacted to make arrangements for shipping and to schedule your Program Start Appointment.
We are always ready to answer any of your questions
It depends on how much weight you would like to lose. Most of our dieters lose between 2-7 pounds per week. During the first two weeks of Ideal Protein Diet Phase 1, most clients lose at least 6-8 pounds.
Altogether there are three phases to the protocol, but you will lose all the weight during phase 1 of Ideal Protein diet.
Yes. We may recommend you modify the intensity over the first 3 weeks to allow your body to adjust to the program. Your coach will add an additional Ideal Protein food for each 40-60 minutes of exercise. They may also recommend you avoid anaerobic exercise as it requires your body to utilize glycogen for fuel and your levels will be insufficient while in ketosis.
Not even close! The Ideal Protein foods are all non-GMO and were designed for absorption. The foods are tested based on the international bioavailability scale to be between 96% – 297% bioavailability. This means for the same number of calories; you receive up to 3 times the amount of nutrients. Essentially, you would need to eat up to 3 alternative products for every Ideal Protein food. That would mean up to 3 times the number of calories to equal the same nutrient value.
Gluten is a protein found in wheat and related grains causing a wide variety of mild, to very serious symptoms in gluten-sensitive individuals.
As part of Ideal Protein’s initiative to meet the dietary needs of gluten-sensitive dieters, they’ve created specific products tailored for the program. Now it’s easier than ever to select gluten-free alternatives on the Ideal Protein Weight Loss method by identifying the products with an easy-to-spot printing of “certified gluten-free” symbol on over 40 of their packages.
The Ideal Protein products that are certified gluten-free are produced in a Celiac-certified facility and on equipment certified to be free of gluten-containing grains. Dieters who have Celiac Disease must select from only these selections.
However, many of our gluten-sensitive dieters can consume the full line of Ideal Protein products without complications.
People who are lactose intolerant do not produce the enzyme lactase are therefore cannot digest the sugar lactose (a disaccharide composed of a molecule of galactose and glucose). If they ingest lactose, they typically can get cramps or gas. This is NOT an allergy, so they wouldn’t have a life-threatening anaphylactic reaction.
Our Ideal Protein products that contain whey isolates (most of the drinks) only contain about 0.05% lactose and this small amount usually does not cause any problems with these folks. I would have them avoid the products that contain whole milk protein (the cappuccino, the chocolate drink, the omelet, the crispy cereal, puddings, etc). The other option is to let them try a “small amount” of some of these foods and to see if they in fact do experience any discomfort. They can take one of the many Ideal Protein products for lactose intolerant people that contain lactase (i.e“Dairy-Eze” or “Lactaid”). But most of these folks just opt to avoid the foods containing the whole milk protein.