The Truth About Diets

Chantilly, VA – When it comes to losing weight, there seems to be two approaches: radical surgery or fad diets. The problem with these two approaches is that neither addresses the fundamental causes of weight gain in the first place. REVOLISM® Wellness & Weight Loss is a game changer – we succeed where fad diets have failed.

How many diets have you and your family members been on? Have they worked? REVOLISM’S Chief Medical Officer, Ben Gonzalez, MD, asks you to reflect on these questions and visit to Find a Coach and schedule an appointment to learn the truth about diets and how to finally sustain long-term wellness and weight loss results.

“Most diet and wellness programs are based on two basic tenants: eat less and exercise more,” says Benjamin Gonzalez, MD, Chief Medical Officer for REVOLISM®. “This basic formula of eating less and exercising more fails you; and in fact, as a physician specializing in weight loss and metabolism improvement, I can tell you that losing weight that way makes you fatter.”

REVOLISM® focuses on two-critical factors that influence weight and wellness that are often overlooked or excluded from diets that encourage eating less, and exercising more. These two factors are carbohydrate intake, and food allergens.

“These are two areas of the diet that have the greatest potential to cause internal inflammation, and anything that causes internal inflammation causes us to gain weight and causes our health to erode,” says Laura LaValle, the internationally renowned dietitian who helped developed the Metabolic Code Diet licensed by REVOLISM®.

Where REVOLISM® Wellness & Weight Loss succeeds is through our focus on better metabolism — eating right, taking the correct supplements, and doing appropriate exercises — rather than a silver-bullet method that attempts to address just one factor or one food. And, because our proprietary assessment tool looks at each individual differently, no two diet-and-supplement programs are the same. This is a diet that is designed to strike at the heart of your weight problems, address them, and ultimately, correct them.

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