HMR Weight-Loss Programs

Over one million dieters nationwide have chosen HMR weight-loss programs to lose weight and improve their health. We can help you too with either our In Clinic or HMR at Home diet options!

In Clinic: HMR weight-loss programs have been recommended by thousands of healthcare professionals in prestigious clinics, major medical centers, and hospitals. All weight loss programs are scientifically based and promote fast, maximum weight loss and better health. Dieters in our clinic programs lose an average of 35–60 pounds. Many people lose over 100 pounds. Research proves it.

The HMR Decision Free Diet®: HMR’s premier program for people with 40 pounds or more to lose. Lots of structure and support. No decisions. Meal Replacements only. Rapid weight loss. Medical supervision is provided.

The HMR Healthy Solutions Diet®: The Healthy Solutions diet is ideal for anyone who wants to achieve significant weight loss without the need for medical supervision. Healthy Solutions offers variety and volume through the use of meal replacements and fruits and vegetables while maintaining the structure, support and accountability of the HMR decision-free diet.

HMR at Home®: The HMR at Home Program makes losing weight easy and convenient with automatic food delivery, personalized support, and extra savings – so you can save more money and lose more weight. There is also an option to add phone support for additional coaching and accountability if needed.

HMR at Home members receive:

  • Great savings on HMR Healthy Solutions Quick Start™ Diet Kits
  • Automatic food delivery every 2 weeks for uninterrupted weight loss
  • Detailed, step-by-step dieting “how-to” materials with your first Kit order
  • Free Quick Start CD to help you lose the most weight in the first few weeks
  • Free customer service calls to answer any questions at any point during your diet

Average weight loss is 50-60 pounds for the Decision-Free Diet Program and 35-40 pounds for the Healthy Solutions Program. (HMR data from selected programs published or presented at medical conferences.)