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Ultra Lite Weight Management Systems

Address: unit 24/9 Mirra Court Bundoora VIC 3083

03 9466 ...

http://www.ultralite.com.au

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The Ultra Lite weight loss and detox program is based on sound science and common sense.

The Ultra Lite weight loss and detox program is a naturally balanced program based on a ketogenic diet system. It is based on independent research incorporating dieticians, doctors and scientists by Harvard University which effectively turns the old dietary pyramid upside down! Through fast but...

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Business Hours

Monday 9:00am to 6:30am
Tuesday 9:00am to 5:00am
Wednesday 9:00am to 5:00am
Thursday 9:00am to 5:00am
Friday 9:00am to 5:00am
SaturdayClosed
SundayClosed

Payment Options

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Testimonials

Please note that the following testimonials are collected, supplied and maintained by Ultra Lite Weight Management Systems.

Sam Ince
11 Years on and I have managed my weight thanks to Ultra Lite It’s been 11 years since my Ultra Lite journey. A journey which has changed my life in so many ways. For me losing weight was the beginning of a brand new me. I didn’t like the ‘old’ me, a person who had little respect for herself, no pride in her appearance, no concern for her health and wellbeing. My mental strength was nonexistent and my energy was focused on other people. There is no denying the first week on the Ultra Lite program was ‘a wakeup call’ but I’m strong willed and very determined so I knew I could do it. So you ask how I’ve kept it off after 11 years?? Well, the road was never straight and narrow but the one thing that kept me going was a picture of the ‘old’ me and the knowing I could NEVER go back to that lifestyle again. I exercise every day, it’s so important to keep moving, walking for me is my ‘go to’ choice, but our bodies do require more variety so I include Pilates, Calisthenics, hiking, cycling and dance on alternate days. As for my eating habits I have a whole new respect for food. Quality is important to me. I prefer vegetarian food and ethical choices of meat these days . My week consists of fruit and yogurt for breakfast with L.S.A and on occasions gluten free muesli, fruit for morning tea, a protein like cheese or tofu with salad for lunch, nuts or a smoothie to get me through the afternoon munchies and stir fried vegetables with fish/legumes and quinoa (an ancient seed similar to buckwheat). But don’t pat me on the head just yet, I still love my chocolate, beautiful breads and pastas and indulge in food on occasions but I’ve learnt how to balance and plan for these days. For me keeping my emotions in check and dealing with stressful situations has been the most testing. 11 years ago I would of eaten my way around McDonald’s, these days I talk it out with friends and walk it off, it’s amazing how many problems I’ve solved by walking! Some tips I can offer are: 1. Remember the first week is the hardest, your body will adjust and love you for it. 2. For those of you mid way, don’t stop now! Picture yourself at your goal weight and change your thinking habits for example, don’t say ‘no, I can’t have this’ say ‘I can have it later’. 3. Move your body every day. 4. Experiment with new foods, kick start your taste buds and explore super foods such as green tea, pomegranates, kefir-(a low fat yogurt drink) and quinoa. 5. Try to stay away from processed foods. 6. Don’t punish yourself, you will only make the situation worse. 7. Reward yourself at certain milestones. A movie, new shoes ,the theatre or some jewellery. In the end it’s up to you, no one can do it for you. As for me, I continue to evolve as a person and as I reach my 40th birthday next year I look forward to living my life to the fullest with no regrets.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the risks of being overweight? Type II diabetes, Fatigue, insomnia, Menopausal symptoms, Depression, Infertility, Heart disease / stroke, High blood pressure, Arthritis/gout, High cholesterol, Gall bladder disease,