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1011 Cass Street, Suite 107
Monterey, CA 93940

(831) 324-0416

Monterey Bay Center for Integrated Health is a Center that focuses on Health and Nutritional Medicine with a Holistic approach. We are an Authorized Distributor of Ideal Protein Weight Loss and Diet Program, serving Monterey, Carmel, Pacific Grove, Carmel Valley, Salinas Valley, Marina, Seaside and the Monterey Bay, California, USA

Your Center for Health and Wellness

The Monterey Bay Center for Integrated Health brings you and a team of health care professionals together in a dynamic partnership dedicated to optimizing your health and healing through the Ideal Protein Protocol. Our goal is to help you take charge of YOUR health care.

Are you at risk for chronic illness?

Conditions related to: hypertension, high cholesterol, hyperglycemia, heart disease, stroke, overweight, obesity, diabetes,
inflammatory diseases, pain, excessive fatigue or weakness (Syndrome X diseases)?

The Monterey Bay Center for Integrated Health can help.







Our goal is to help YOU take charge of YOUR health care by:

  • Using therapies that facilitate the body's innate healing process such as NST (neurostructural integration technique)

  • Providing interdisciplinary team SUPPORT

  • Providing EASY TO USE scientifically proven nutritional and lifestyle management, technology and TOOLS

  • Providing daily education videos and weekly health coaching

  • Focusing on helping you achieve health OUTCOMES. The Ideal Smart App available to track your progress and remain motivated

Obesity is the 21st Century Face of Chronic Disease

Overweight or obesity is linked to more than 60 chronic diseases. More than 60% of U.S. adults and 25% of children are overweight or obese. Chronic diseases kill more than 1.7 million Americans per year and are responsible for  7 of 10 deaths in the U.S. One-third of all cancer deaths, two-thirds of hypertension cases and Type 2 diabetes are linked to being overweight or obese.

Despite annual spending of nearly $1 trillion and significant advances in care, 50% of patients do not receive appropriate care. Gaps in quality care lead to thousands of avoidable deaths each year.

Because obesity is related to the onset of so many other illnesses, stopping the growth of obesity in the U.S. is vital not only to our health - but also to the solvency of our health care system.

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