The LOVIDIA Way is your path to weight management and a healthier you.
The LOVIDIA Way is a clinically-proven lifestyle that can improve your health, help you manage weight and maintain the weight you want. It’s not a fad diet; you eat normal food and learn practical habits that are sustainable for life.
Use LOVIDIA products to help you control your hunger.
Take up intermittent fasting. Pick the method that fits best with your schedule.
Reduce your carbs and eat the right carbs.
Get started on your path to a healthier you!
Sustainable weight loss with improved metabolic and cardiovascular health.
Kick-start your path to the LOVIDIA Way.
Take the 30-day
LOVIDIA Way challenge!
Kick-start your path to success by committing to taking the LOVIDIA Way 30-day challenge. LOVIDIA puts you in control – eat less without feeling hungry! LOVIDIA gives you the edge you need to succeed by helping you control your hunger. Our clinical studies have proven that LOVIDIA combined with a simple low carb diet and practicing Intermittent Fasting (IF) allows you to empower your willpower and control your hunger. We encourage you to commit to a healthier you for 30 days and see real results!
How it works:
Take two LOVIDIA XR tablets every day; one tablet at breakfast and one at lunch.
Limit your Net Carbs to approximately 1/3 of your daily calories.
Determine your preferred Intermittent Fasting (IF) method. Intermittent Fasting is one of the world’s most popular health programs. People are using it to manage weight, improve their health, and simplify their lives. IF is an eating pattern that cycles, between periods of fasting and eating. It doesn’t specify which foods you should eat, but rather when you eat.
Sample alternate day fasting schedule with LOVIDIA.
This method involves cycling between normal eating days and fasting days. This method can involve fasting every other day or simply fasting 2 or 3 non-consecutive days each week. On fasting days, caloric input should be restricted to 500 -700 calories depending on your body size and activity level.
See a sample meal plan here.
Sample 16:8 daily fasting schedule with LOVIDIA.
This method involves restricting your daily eating period to 8 hours, such as from 10 AM – 6 PM, 1 PM – 9 PM, or whatever 8-hour period works best for your schedule.
See a sample meal plan here.
How to Use LOVIDIA Products
Take two LOVIDIA XR tablets each day, one with breakfast and one with lunch for all-day hunger control.
Take LOVIDIA Regular 1 – 2 hours before each of the two largest meals of the day (typically lunch and dinner) to prevent overeating.
Use the LOVIDIA Bar for immediate hunger control. Eat the bar with a full glass of water.
We put LOVIDIA to the test,
over and over again.
The LOVIDIA Way has been clinically PROVEN to reduce body
weight, reduce blood pressure, improve glucose control, and
improve blood lipids.* It worked for them, it can work for you.
The ingredients in LOVIDIA have been clinically tested in multiple double-blind, placebo-controlled studies and have been shown to be both safe and effective.
In a recent 13-week, IRB-approved, multi-site clinical study, LOVIDIA, in conjunction with intermittent fasting, produced significant weight management and impressive metabolic and cardiovascular improvements.
The LOVIDIA Way has been proven to help:
“The improvements in cardiovascular and metabolic health indicators in our subjects in this study are impressive. LOVIDIA Hunger Control Formula used with intermittent calorie restriction represents a new and effective way to reduce body weight, improve metabolic, and cardiovascular health.”
– John Pullman MD, FACP
“I have lost 15 pounds and I don’t miss eating any of the junk food. I have been using LOVIDIA for a few months now and have had excellent results. It controls my appetite and especially my sweet tooth. I get full faster and no longer crave midnight snacks.” –
– Jackie B.
I highly recommend LOVIDIA in conjunction with the low-carbohydrate weight management plans that I design for my patients. Both LOVIDIA and low-carb eating naturally enhance release of anti-hunger hormones.
-Linda Anegawa MD, FACP