Lifestyle Weight Loss Program
Living in a fast-paced urban environment poses challenges in maintaining a wholesome diet and consistent exercise routine. Diets that are high in fat, oil, and sugar often cause individuals to unknowingly consume excessive calories. This caloric surplus combined with hectic work schedules that leave little time for exercise contributes to the problem of obesity. To effectively achieve weight loss goals, it becomes imperative to adopt a multi-faceted approach focused on reducing calorie intake while simultaneously increasing calorie burn.
Serious Health Hazards Posed by Obesity
Not only does obesity impact one’s physical appearance, but it also predisposes individuals to various diseases and potential health hazards. There is a strong correlation between obesity and the onset of the following medical conditions:
- Type 2 Diabetes
- Sleep Apnea
- Fatty Liver Disease
- Chronic Renal Failure
- Cerebrovascular Disease
- Cardiovascular Disease
- Gallbladder Disease
- Osteoarthritis of Knee
In order to ascertain whether or not an individual has obesity, there are a couple of methods that can be used. One way is by calculating the individual’s Body Mass Index (BMI), another approach involves measuring an individual’s waist circumference:
Body Mass Index (BMI)
BMI = Weight (kg) ÷ Height² (m²)
BMI ≥ 25
BMI = 23 - 24.9
BMI = 18.5 - 22.9
BMI < 18.5
In general, if the waist circumference of an Asian adult equals to or exceeds the below measurements, this indicates accumulation of fat around the abdominal area, which is also known as ‘central obesity’.
≥ 90cm (36 inches)
≥ 80cm (32 inches)
Achieving Optimal Body Function & Weight Loss through Seamless Multi-disciplinary Collaboration
Ensuring an optimal weight is maintained plays a pivotal role in averting possible health hazards and promoting overall well-being. Humansa’s multi-disciplinary team of specialists from various parties collaborate to provide you with a professional weight management plan that includes a comprehensive 360-degree assessment, which is the integration of medical care, dietitian consultation, balanced and nutritious diet, and regular fitness training.
We offer “Lifestyle Weight Loss Optimum Program” and “Lifestyle Weight Loss Supreme Program”, which are designed to meet the unique needs of each client and help them achieve their health and weight goals, living a happier and healthier life. Individuals at age of 12 or above and are obese or overweight with weight-related complications are suitable to participate in Humansa Weight Loss Program.
To lose on average 5kg-8kg in 3 months*
To lose on average 2kg-4kg in 3 months*
360° Integrated Weight Loss Plan
Professional Plan with Personalized Fitness Training + Meal Plans
3 Months (Total of 10 Weight-Loss Pens)
Personal Training Session
12 Sessions (60 Mins / Session)
3 Sessions (60 Mins / Session)
Physiotherapy or Stretching Session
1 Session (30 Mins)
1 Session (30 Mins)
Unlimited (3 Months)
Unlimited (3 Months)
Meal Plan by Humansa Kitchen
Body Composition Analysis
*Actual result varies.
FAQs of Humansa Lifestyle Weight Loss Program
Individuals who are overweight or obese may experience knee pain, muscle pain or other skeletal problems. It is important for them to select exercises that are appropriate for their fitness level and physical abilities, and to exercise under the supervision of certified fitness trainers or physiotherapists.
Our doctor will determine your suitability for weight loss medication after assessing you in person. The medication applied in Humansa Lifestyle Weight Loss Program has been approved for use in the treatment of obesity. This medication helps manage our body weight while having minimal side-effects. By altering the hormonal system, it increases the body’s sense of fullness, reduces the sign of hunger, and helps control our food intake in long-term. If the individual also exercises regularly, the weight loss effect would be more substantial.
The above information is for reference only and shall not be considered as medical advice. Please consult with your doctor or healthcare provider for further enquiries.