Optifast Programme

Your OPTIFAST® weight-loss programme

The OPTIFAST® programme is a medically proven, nutritionally complete weight-management programme.

It includes a clinically proven meal replacement plan that then transitions to self-prepared ‘everyday’ meals, giving you the confidence to maintain your weight loss.

How is the OPTIFAST® programme different?

The OPTIFAST programme is an easy to follow Total Diet Replacement providing you with up to 800 calories a day. For 8-12 weeks you will replace every meal with one sachet of soup or shake four times a day – it’s simple!

There are many advantages to the OPTIFAST programme compared to other weight management programmes;

  • Clinically proven
  • Nutritionally complete meal replacements
  • Replaces ALL daily 'real food' meals taking away any temptation
  • Long term weight maintenance
  • OPTIFAST® products recommended and used by healthcare professionals


Proven Benefits

The OPTIFAST® programme has over 40 years of experience and documented outcomes in more than 80 supporting studies demonstrating efficacy on over 5,000 people in Europe.

Do I Qualify?

Below you will find the exclusion criteria for the programme.

  • BMI less than 23kg/m2
  • Must be aged between 18 - 75 years
  • Unstable cardiac or cerebral vascular disease
  • Pregnancy or breast feeding

Our Products

The OPTIFAST® range is a selection of tasty meal replacement products that provide all your essential nutrients for the day, developed specifically for medically supervised weight loss. Currently available as three easy-to-prepare shakes (chocolate, strawberry or vanilla), and vegetable soup. Each OPTIFAST® sachet provides approximately 200 kcal per serving.


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