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When you partner with JTB Health you can refer your patients with confidence. JTB Health's expertise and approach to nutrition and lifestyle changes coaching has been perfected over 16 years both in Canada and the US. JTB Health's team has successfully managed the implementation of weight management programs in medical settings.
The nutritional protocol we use to jump start weight loss results is medically developed and scientifically-validated. Our focus is to first inspire your patients to see what is possible and keep them accountable not only with their nutrition, but also in making long lasting lifestyle changes and better manage their health.
Thousands of healthcare providers across North America recommend our program to their patients helping them to gravitate safely and naturally to a more ideal weight and metabolic stability. Our program intially combines low-fat, low-carb foods with an optimal amount of protein resulting in safe, effective and sustainable weight loss. The Protocol features one-to-one coaching, behavior modification, education and empowerment critical for long-term healthy weight maintenance.
A recent randomized, controlled clinical study, led by the University of British Columbia in Canada and sponsored by the Institute for Personalized Therapeutic Nutrition, evaluates the impact of a Pharmacist-led therapeutic carbohydrate restricted diet (Pharm-TCR) on type 2 diabetes (T2D). Participants in the Pharm-TCR group were asked to follow the Ideal Protein weight loss diet plan, supplemented with whole foods.¹
The primary objective of the study, published in Nature Communications, was to determine if a Pharm-TCR diet can safely reduce and/or eliminate the use of glucose-lowering medications and lead to improvements in A1C, body composition, cardiometabolic health, and quality of life.² Of the 188 patients that participated in the 12-week study, 98 patients followed a Pharm-TCR diet, and 90 patients received treatment-as-usual.*
As stated in the 2019 Diabetes Care report, “low-carbohydrate eating patterns, especially very low-carbohydrate (VLC) eating patterns, have been shown to reduce A1C and the need for antihyperglycemic medications.”³
*Treatment-as usual defined as: given information pamphlets on diet and lifestyle conforming with 2013 Diabetes Canada (formerly the Canadian Diabetes Association) Clinical Practice Guidelines. | 1 Durrer, C., McKelvey, S., Singer, J. et al. A randomized controlled trial of pharmacist-led therapeutic carbohydrate and energy restriction in type 2 diabetes. Nat Commun 12, 5367 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-021-25667-4| 2 Durrer, C., McKelvey, S., Singer, J. et al. Pharmacist-led therapeutic carbohydrate restriction as a treatment strategy for type 2 diabetes: the Pharm-TCR randomized controlled trial protocol. Trials 20, 781 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1186/s13063-019-3873-7 | 3 Evert AB, Dennison M, Gardner CD, Garvey WT, Lau KHK, MacLeod J, et al. Nutrition therapy for adults with diabetes or prediabetes: a consensus report. Diabetes Care. (2019) 42:731–54. doi: 10.2337/dci19-0014
According to a study conducted and published by Aspirus, an eight-hospital health system in Wisconsin and Michigan, entitled Effect of the Ideal Protein Weight Loss Method on Weight Loss and Metabolic Parameters,¹ 233 patients completed at least 12 weeks of the Protocol. The 12-week results were presented at the Cleveland Clinic’s 9th Annual Obesity Summit and at the Annual Scientific Meeting of the National Obesity Society.
The peer-reviewed, published research demonstrates that, among patients who completed the study, metabolic health can be improved in as little as 12 weeks.
Our nutritional Protocol is medically-designed and consistent with scientific and evidence-based guidelines. Patient outcomes are proven to be measurable, predictable, repeatable and sustainable. The Weight Loss Phase was designed to maximize fat loss through nutritional ketosis, a safe and natural metabolic state in which the body’s primary fuel source is coming from ketone bodies – energy molecules produced by “burning fat”.
Throughout this Phase, lean body mass (muscle) is preserved through the intake of our protein-based partial meal replacements, which contain protein of high biological value.
Studies show that to lose and sustain weight loss successfully, there is nothing more important than being assisted by a qualified coach.¹¹ From the Institute of Integrative Nutrition (IIN) to Cornell Plant-Based certification programs all JTB Health coaches are provided ongoing training. Through behavior modification and education, our coaches help empower patients with strategies that are critical for long-term healthy weight maintenance.
Our protocol combines whole foods with partial meal replacements. Lean body mass is preserved through an adequate daily intake of high biological protein. Essential nutrients are provided through daily supplements, water, and low-glycemic vegetables. Our products are FDA label approved and meet the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) standards for all macro food groups and micro nutritional needs.
Our program is a structured three-phase Protocol designed for long-term weight maintenance. The Weight Loss phase is designed to optimize fat loss through nutritional ketosis.
Following weight loss, the body’s biological response seeks to regain lost energy stores. Our Protocol attenuates this response through the Stabilization phase by adjusting macronutrient intake in the right proportions to effectively manage hunger, promote greater satiety, and maintain weight loss.
During the 12-month Maintenance phase, patients continue to receive ongoing education, support, and strategies from their coach and clinic to maintain their weight loss and daily navigate an extensive food landscape.
JTB Health team is in constant communication with Ideal Protein’s Medical Advisory Board — comprised of highly regarded medical physicians and industry experts in obesity — provides guidance to healthcare providers who share the same goal of fighting the obesity epidemic through metabolic transformation.
We want to help you offer education on different weight loss options for your patients. If our structured program is right for them, great, but we can also help them stay accountable to our partners recommendations. Ultimately we want to create an amazing patient experience and help your patients gravitate to a healthier lifestyle by moving toward an ideal weight and metabolic state.
A newly published study, “A randomized controlled trial of pharmacist-led therapeutic carbohydrate and energy restriction in type 2 diabetes,” led by the University of British Columbia, evaluates the impact of a pharmacist-led therapeutic carbohydrate restricted diet (Pharm-TCR) on type 2 diabetes (T2D).
Participants in the Pharm-TCR group were asked to follow the Ideal Protein weight loss diet plan, supplemented with whole foods.
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