Many forms of peripheral neuropathy respond to carbohydrate-controlled diets.
Last time, we spoke about the impact of diet selection especially carbohydrate consumption on diabetic peripheral neuropathy.
Now the reality is because many forms of peripheral neuropathy respond to carbohydrate-controlled diets that maintaining bodyweight and overall body composition is critically important to beating neuropathy.
But sometimes, simple dietary changes are not enough and a more radical approach is necessary. This is where professionally supervised weight loss programs and dietary retraining can be incredibly powerful. TSFL as it is known around the clinic is incredibly powerful system that is implemented in most of our NeuropathyDR treatment centers.
One of the systems we have had a lot of experience in is the Take Shape for Life® program. TSFL as it is known around the clinic is incredibly powerful system that is implemented in most of our NeuropathyDR treatment centers.
This system allows you to finally gain control of your diet, by teaching carbohydrate and calorie restriction, food selections, meal timing and what TSFL has called the Habits of Health®.
If you continue to struggle with your weight, or body composition you need to explore this treatment option. This system is based upon the Medifast® family of products.
This program, which we administer in three phases, consists of meal replacements, changing your dietary habits to vegetable-based with lean proteins, adequate water consumption, followed by a smooth transition back to healthier neuropathy treatment type diets.
The program has proven extraordinarily beneficial for diabetics.
Keep in mind, getting your metabolism, that is your weight and body composition under control is a key step towards…
It goes without saying that you will look better, feel and function better mentally, physically, and usually spiritually as well.
If you’d like additional information, contact your local NeuropathyDR Treatment Center and ask what the Take Shape for Life program can do for you.
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