Struggling to lose weight?
The OPTIFAST® Medical Weight Loss Program
Being overweight contributes to health problems such as diabetes, high blood pressure, and chronic pain. Rivercoast is proud to offer the Optifast® Weight Loss Program, a physician monitored, scientifically proven, nutritionally complete weight loss program to help you shed those excess pounds and improve your general wellness and fitness!
The OPTIFAST® program is a clinically proven program designed to help patients improve their health by losing weight under medical supervision. The OPTIFAST® program has over 40 years of experience and documented outcomes in more than 80 clinical weight loss publications. The OPTIFAST® program can lower cholesterol, triglyceride levels, blood glucose levels, blood pressure and waist size.
The program utilizes a meal replacement plan that transitions to self-prepared ‘everyday’ meals, in conjunction with comprehensive patient education and support. OPTIFAST®meal replacements (great tasting and filling soups, shakes and bars) will provide some or all of your meals, so you will spend much less on food.
Prescription appetite suppressant medication is available to help with your weight loss success.
Although recommended, you do NOT have to exercise with this program to see great results!
While on the OPTIFAST® program, you can choose to participate in the OPTIFAST® Virtual Patient education and support program, which allows you access to dietary counseling by registered dieticians and weight loss experts both online and by phone.
Make a free introductory appointment to learn about our program and see our Virtual Patient education and support online program!
Call Rivercoast TODAY (321) 305-5987 for a healthier and slimmer YOU!
The OPTIFAST® program has over 40 years of experience and documented outcomes in more than 80 clinical weight loss publications.
Through weight loss, the OPTIFAST® program can help improve the state of certain medical conditions of patients related to their excess weight. This clinically proven program was designed to help patients improve their health by losing weight under medical supervision.
Losing at least 5% of one’s starting weight is considered “medically significant” because it is associated with improvements in risk factors or incidence of certain diseases and conditions in at-risk people who suffer from obesity.