The Best Way To Lose Weight at Curves

The Science behind Curves Complete

There are many diet plans available which can help you lose weight, but it’s often at the expense of losing valuable muscle - which slows down your metabolism and can contribute to a lifetime of yo-yo dieting.

Our clinical research, conducted at the Exercise and Sports Nutrition Lab at Texas A&M, proves that Curves Complete burns more fat than the leading diet program and builds lean muscle to rev-up your metabolism for long term success.

Finding #1: Curves Complete participants lost 6.39 kgs of fat while those following the leading diet program lost 2.9 kgs of fat.

Finding #2: Curves Complete participants gained 1.3 kgs of lean muscle. Participants in the other plan lost 2.49 kgs of lean muscle tissue.

Curves Complete Participants Lost More Overall Body Fat % - Body Fat percentage is the total amount of body fat you have compared to your weight. It’s a key indicator in BMI and helps to determine your overall health. A high body fat percentage, puts you at risk for certain diseases. However, just a small amount of fat loss can make a big difference in how you look and feel. Participants of the Curves program lost a total of 4.7% of overall body fat - over 60% more than those on the popular diet program at 1.4% body fat lost.

Curves Graph - Fat Loss, Lean Muscle Mass, Body Fat

Why wouldn’t you try the program that’s proven to increase lean muscle and decrease fat? Click on the Get Started button on the left, for a free, no obligation consultation at your local participating Curves.

For more information, visit the following resources

  • Eat More, Weigh Less. Click here to learn how.
  • The Science of Success - Curves' 10th Anniversary is a Time for Reflection and Looking Ahead to More Breakthroughs. Click here.
  • "The Curves Workout : A New Option" reprint from Diabetes Self Management Magazine. Click here to find out more.
  • For the latest information about research conducted on the Curves fitness and weight-loss program visit the Texas A&M research website at