A Medically Developed Weight Loss Method With a Beginning, Middle, and End

The Ideal Weigh of Mt. Juliet weight loss clinic offers the Ideal Protein Protocol. Ideal Protein is a medically developed, methodical, weight loss program with over 10 years of success. However, Ideal Protein also focuses on balanced weight management after initial weight loss via a smarter eating education, and one-on-one personal coaching. Based on the results of those who have tried this program,
 Ideal Protein can offer the following benefits:

  • Improved blood sugar levels;
  • Reduction in medications;
  • One-on-One weekly coaching to educate and motivate you;
  • Nutritional education to help you modify your lifestyle and help you maintain your new body weight; 
  • and Much More!

Slimming Down is More than a Matter of Beauty…It’s a Matter of Health

The Ideal Protein Weight Loss Method burns fat while supporting muscle mass, protecting you from one of the most common, but little known side effects of dieting…lost muscle tissue. If you burn muscle along with fat while dieting, you will inhibit your ability to burn calories post-diet. Muscle mass is needed to burn calories. If you have burnt off muscle tissue along with fat, you will not be able to burn as many calories as you did prior to dieting. The result…according to the National Institutes of Health, dieters regain almost all of their lost weight within 5 Years after dieting.

Ideal protein uses high quality protein products to protect your muscle while you lose fat. It’s not only effective weight loss…it’s sensible.


Kristen is a great coach. She has been so helpful and informative through this journey. I have lost 50 pounds and almost to my goal. I have learned so much about food with her help. She is my biggest cheerleader! I’m thankful for this program and for Kristen!


I cannot recommend Ideal Protein and Kristen enough. I thought I had reached the age and point in my life where I could not lose the weight I wanted or needed to lose. I realized I was addicted to carbohydrates, but had trouble breaking the addiction.