Hi, I'm Dr. Ryan Sherman,  

And I’d really like to help you lose weight and keep it off for good. 

I have always been passionate about helping people live their healthiest and most rewarding lives.  During my time working as a behavioral health doctor at Massachusetts General Hospital, I worked with hundreds of people who wanted to lose weight but didn’t know how to get started.  They came to me exasperated from trying weight loss programs that didn’t work or helped them lose some weight, only to gain it right back.  I knew there had to be a way for people to lose weight sustainably, and after conducting thousands of patient visits and after years of research, I was able to design the Weight Lost approach. 

Why does the Weight Lost approach work so well?

In a few words? It’s personalized and sustainable.

Pre-designed weight loss programs take a “one size fits all” approach to weight loss, which typically leads to modest weight loss, followed by regaining this weight. However, the Weight Lost approach is all about empowering you to create your own successful and sustainable weight loss plan.  In fact, individuals who adopted the Weight Lost approach lost 150% more weight when compared to people who received weight-loss advice from their primary care physician.  Perhaps most remarkable, these individuals had sustained their weight loss two years after they had first implemented the Weight Lost approach.  

Who is the Weight Lost approach for?

You’re looking to lose significant weight and keep it off for good.

The Weight Lost approach has been proven to help people lose significant weight and sustain this weight loss.  The Weight Lost approach isn’t based on a fad diet or extreme workouts.  Rather, it is about making targeted lifestyle changes that lead to lasting results. 

You’re someone who likes to call their own shots.

If you’re someone who prefers to be told what to do or wants processed meals sent to their home, the Weight Lost approach isn’t the right choice for you.  On the other hand, if you prefer to make your own decisions and like to decide when and what lifestyle changes you choose to adopt then the Weight Lost approach is likely a good fit. 

You’re sick and tired of being caught in the “weight loss/regain” cycle.

Most commercial weight loss programs are designed to help you lose weight over a short period of time by having you make drastic dietary changes.  Although this can certainly work for a few weeks or maybe even months, once you get tired of being told what you can and cannot eat or you can no longer afford the commercial products, the weight is regained.  This leaves you wanting to lose weight again so you sign up for another program, and the cycle starts all over again.  If you are sick of being in this cycle and are ready to lose the weight once and for all the Weight Lost approach is an excellent choice for you. 

You’re looking for the support of a team that truly cares about your goals.

Dr. Sherman and his co-author and client Katy Cabbage founded the Weight Lost approach because they know it works, and they want as many people as possible to benefit from it.  They want to support you and to be a part of your success story! 

3 Ways To Get Started

Get the book 

In Weight Lost: 5 Steps to Achieving Your Ideal Weight and Gaining the Life You’ve Always Wanted, you will learn how to achieve and sustain your ideal weight by following 5 simple steps.  You will also be provided with the most up-to-date research-based techniques that have been proven to promote weight loss

discover the weight lost 5 step approach

The article, 5 Unparalleled Steps To Sustainable Weight Loss, provides an overview of the Weight Lost 5 step approach to achieving significant and sustainable weight loss.  This publication won't provide you with as much detail as the book, but it will allow you to understand if the Weight Lost approach is a good fit for you.  Plus, it is totally free!

complete the Weight lost self-assessement

Completing a self-assessment of your current health habits is the first step in the Weight Lost approach.  The only way to create a weight loss plan that produces meaningful and lasting weight loss results is to understand your starting point.  This free self-assessment will help you determine what you are already doing well and what habit changes you can make to reach your ideal weight.