Lose Weight in 2013 with the 250/250 Plan!

Cut Calories with 250/250 Weight Loss PlanAre you ready to try a new method to get your body ready for bathing suit season? If so, you are in luck! Emory cardiologist, Nanette Wenger, MD created a simple new plan to help you lose weight. It is a step process called the 250/250 plan. You don’t have to add a lot of exercise time or drastically alter your eating habits.

The first step of the 250/250 weight loss plan is to find a way to cut 250 calories out of your diet. This could be as simple as cutting out a soda beverage at lunch or a beer at night. The second step is to step up your physical activity level and burn 250 calories a day. You can do this with simple activities like taking the stairs, parking in the back of the parking lot and walking to the store, doing some gardening or adding some minutes to your daily dog walk.

If you follow this simple weight loss plan you could lose up to a pound a week. Watch the full Fox 5 interview below for more detailed information on how to get your body in tip top shape for summer!

Emory Healthcare is a proud partner of the American Heart Association in the My Heart. My Life. Campaign that helps raise awareness of how to prevent heart disease.

About Nanette Wenger
Nanette K. Wenger, MD, MACC, MACP, FAHADr. Wenger is Professor of Medicine in the Division of Cardiology at the Emory University School of Medicine and a Consultant to the Emory Heart and Vascular Center. Dr. Wenger is a graduate of Hunter College (summa cum laude) and the Harvard Medical School. She had her residency training in Internal Medicine and Cardiology fellowship at the Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City, and additional Fellowship in Cardiology at the Emory University School of Medicine. Dr. Wenger is a Past Vice-President of the American Heart Association, past Governor for Georgia of the American College of Cardiology, is a Past-President of the Georgia Heart Association. She has served as a member and frequently chairperson of over 500 committees, scientific advisory boards, task forces, and councils of the American Medical Association, the American College of Cardiology, the American Heart Association, the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, and the Society of Geriatric Cardiology. She has served on more than 40 standing committees of Emory University, and served on the University Faculty Council, chairing its Faculty Life Course Committee. The American Heart Association awarded her the Distinguished Achievement Award, the Women in Cardiology Mentoring Award, and the highest award of the Association, the Gold Heart Award. She received the James E. Bruce Memorial Award of the American College of Physicians, for Distinguished Contributions in Preventive Medicine, and was named Physician of the Year by the American Heart Association. She is listed in Best Doctors in America.

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