Beautologie Natural Weight Loss Program

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Quick Info

Beautologie's Weight Loss Program: $199 / Month
  • 1 hour initial consultation with Tuesday Ochoa, C.N.C.
  • 10-15 minute weekly follow-ups with Tuesday, (person to person, via phone, or email)
  • Weekly weigh-in
  • Weekly B-12 shot
  • Monthly body measurements
  • Monthly progress Report
  • Downloading a calorie counter app
  • Supplements (optional) (Digestive aid, fiber, mineral/electrolytes)
  • Customized meal plan

Beautologie's comprehensive natural weight loss program is a Registered Nurse guided experience that partners with the patient for close monitoring to produce optimum results.

Beautologie Natural Weight Loss Program

Beautologie's weight loss program consists of several components that make weight-loss safe and effective. The program uses the Healthy American's 2010 Nutritional Guidelines set forth by the United States Government along with the Glycemic Index approach in conjunction with exercise and a weekly B-12 shot. These four components have been proven in multiple studies to be the most effective for losing weight and keeping it off. These approaches will also curb your levels of cortisol -- the "stress hormone" -- and flatten your belly in the process. You'll have more energy and less hunger, because you will be eating every 3-4 hours which keeps your blood sugar levels steady. The best part of the program is there are no bad foods, only bad portion sizes. In other words, you can eat whatever you want -- carbs, meat, fast food, frozen foods, and sweets -- as long as you stay within your calorie limits, eat at the right intervals and follow the program's outline.

Component 1:

The Healthy Americans 2010 guidelines promotes a well balance diet that consists of a calorie intake  based on the  individual's  basal metabolic rate (energy required based on height, weight  and activity level) and consuming the proper daily  amounts of proteins, fats, carbohydrates, fiber, potassium, calcium, vitamin D  and sodium based on Daily Recommended Intake  Guidelines set by American Nutrition Association . These guidelines were set in place by the government to reduce obesity and heart and bone disease in American's.  These guidelines are the backbone for all the weight-loss app's and calorie tracking programs such as My Fitness Pal, Supertacker, Myplate and Fitbit. (You do not have to remember all these guidelines. These guidelines are already calculated and configured for you in your sample diets in the Nutrition handbook)

The Dietary Guidelines for Americans, 2010, released on January 31, 2011, emphasize 3 major goals for Americans:

  • Balance calories with physical activity to manage weight
  • Consume more of certain foods and nutrients such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains, fat-free and low-fat dairy products, and seafood
  • Consume fewer foods with sodium (salt), saturated fats, trans fats, cholesterol, added sugars, and refined grain.

The Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2010:

  • Decrease everyday sodium consumption to less than 2,300 milligrams (MG).  For patients who are 51 and older, have hypertension, diabetes, chronic kidney disease or those of any age who are African American must further decrease their sodium consumption to 1,500 MG.  This recommendation actually applies to about half of the United States population, together with children and most adults.
  • Eat less than 10% of your calories from saturated fatty acids by substituting them with monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids.
  • Your dietary cholesterol should be less than 300 MG per day.
  • Control trans fatty acid intake as low as possible by reducing foods that include synthetic sources of trans fats, like partially hydrogenated oils and lessening other solid fats.
  • Decrease the consumption of calories from added sugars and solid fats.
  • Define the intake of foods that consist of refined grains, particularly refined grain foods that consist of solid fats, added sugars, and sodium.
  • On the occasion that alcohol is consumed, it should be done so in moderation by adults of legal drinking age - up to one drink per day for females and two drinks per day for males.  The subsequent recommendations should be met by individuals as a part of a healthy eating regimen while staying within their calorie needs.
  • Increase fruit and vegetable consumption.
  • Consume an assortment of vegetables, particularly dark-green, red and orange vegetables plus beans and peas.
  • Eat the slightest half of all grains as whole grains, raise whole-grain consumption by substituting refined grains with whole grains.
  • Boost the consumption of fat-free or low-fat milk products, for instance, cheese, yogurt, milk or fortified soy beverages.
  • Select an assortment of protein foods, that consist of unsalted nuts and seeds, soy products, beans and peas, eggs, lean meat and poultry and seafood.
  • Expand the quantity and selection of seafood consumed by picking seafood in lieu of some meat and poultry.
  • Take the place of protein foods that are greater in solid fats with options that are less in solid fats, calories and/or sources of oils.
  • Work with oils to change solid fats where attainable.
  • Select foods that supply extra potassium, dietary fiber, calcium, and vitamin D which are the nutrients of interest in American diets.  Foods included are milk and milk products, whole grains, fruits, and vegetables.

Component 2:

The Glycemic Index approach consists of eating small meals in 3-4 hour increments (3 full meals and 2-3 snacks) for 12 hour and then resting for 12 hours. Eating small, balanced meals every 3-4 hours boosts your body's fat-burning potential. If you don't eat often enough, your body goes into "starvation protection" mode, conserving calories, storing fat, and burning muscle (not fat) for energy.  If you eat every 3-4 hours, you repeatedly reset your metabolism so it stays in high gear, and you burn fat all day long.

The Glycemic Index rules around meal timing are:

  • Eat breakfast within 1 hour of rising.
  • Eat every 3-4 hours after that.
  • Stop eating 3 hours before bedtime.
  • Stick to the recommended portion sizes. Meals should average 400-600 calories; snacks, 100 calories; and dessert, 50 calories (like a Reese's Mini), for a total of about 1200-1600) calories a day (I try to keep everyone around 1200-1450 calories per day).

Component 3:

Exercise- The American Heart Association recommends a brisk walk or 45 minutes of cardio three times a week, to promote healthy weight-loss and a healthy heart; however, the more exercise you do the more weight-loss you will see.

Component 4:

Vitamin B12 is a water-soluble vitamin that plays several roles in the body including the creation of red blood cells and how well your body uses calories. It is usually found bound to protein in animal foods such as fish, chicken, and beef. Vitamin B12 via shots or pills will NOT cause weight loss, however, vitamin B-12 does play a role in how your body uses calories. Vitamin B12 may support energy production by helping the body convert food into energy. When used in conjunction with a well balanced diet and exercise, the vitamin b-12 shot promotes safe and effective weight-loss.

Component 5:

Genetic Testing available - a quick swab of your cheek is sent off to the lab where it is analyzed for a profile to allow us to provide a custom nutrition plan that will boost your results by eating the best foods and omitting the foods that are detrimental to you weight loss.

Beautologie's Weight-loss Program ($199 per month)

  • 10-15 minute pre-consultation (free)
  • 1 hour initial consultation with Tuesday Ochoa, C.N.C.  The Weight-loss program components (listed above) will be outlined in a booklet (My Nutrition Handbook) customized to the individual's specific needs. Included in the Nutrition Handbook are the individual's  energy requirements based on their caloric needs/ Basal metabolic Rate (Daily Calories), Sample diets based on their energy requirements that follow the rules of the glycemic index approach and that meet the requirements set forth by the Healthy American's 2010 guideline (These sample diets are also tailored to the individual's food preference), Health Information, Weight-loss tips, Restaurant/fast food guide, and low fat/sodium recipes. During the one hour consultation, I will take the individual's start up weight, body measurements, blood pressure, and glucose levels (Diabetic or pre-diabetic individuals only).  I will also discuss with them, their weight-loss goals and weight-loss time frame, as well as, address any weight-loss and or program concerns they may have.
  • 10-15 minute weekly follow-ups with Tuesday, (person to person, via phone, or email)
  • Weekly weigh-in
  • Weekly B-12 shot
  • Monthly body measurements
  • Monthly progress Report
  • Downloading a calorie counter app
  • Supplements (optional) ( Digestive aid, fiber, mineral/electrolytes)

Pathway Fit Genetic Test

Whether you're looking to shape up, build muscle or wanting to be healthier your genetics hold valuable information about the best way to do this, just for you. Beautologie is excited to introduce the Pathway Fit genetic test into our Nutrition based weight-loss program.


The Pathway Fit is a genetic and lifestyle report designed to help you understand your metabolism and your response to food, exercise and metabolic health precursors  which may help you establish and maintain a healthier lifestyle.


✓ Diet

✓ Eating Behavior Traits

✓ Food Reactions

✓ Nutritional Needs

✓ Exercise

✓ Body and Weight

✓ Metabolic Health Factors

Give us a call today to set up your free nutrition screening or to book your Pathway Fit Genetic Test (661) 865-5009

Tuesday Ochoa, MS, C.N.C., IBLCE - Weight Loss & Nutrition Counselor

At the age of sixteen I knew nutrition was my passion in life. I have dedicated over a decade to helping people achieve their health and weight-loss goals. As a Bakersfield native, I graduated from West High, and Bakersfield College. I am a Certified Nutrition Consultant through the American Nutrition Association. I also have certifications in kinesiology, herbology and in colon hydro therapy.

In 2002, I completed an intensive nutrition program at Southwestern School of Natural Health. In 2012, I graduated from Kaplan University with my Bachelor’s degree in Nutrition Science. In 2015, I graduated from Kaplan University with my Master’s degree in Nutrition Science and became an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant. I have over fifteen years of experience in writing and designing health and wellness plans focusing on nutrition and bariatric consulting.