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The Benefits of Vitamin B12 Sep 6th, 2021

Vitamin B12, also known as cobalamin, is crucial to maintaining physical and emotional health. This water-soluble vitamin provides benefits at the cellular level in your brain, heart, blood, and nervous system.  You can achieve your daily recommended intake of B12 by consuming animal products like meat, poultry, and eggs. It’s...

Which App is Best to Track My Weight Loss? Aug 8th, 2021

There’s a lot to consider when selecting a weight-loss app. With an overwhelming number of options for both iOS and Android phones, it can be difficult to determine which apps are worth your time.   When used as a part of a comprehensive weight-loss program, an app can help you monitor...

Why You Should Consider Fat-Burning Shots Jul 28th, 2021

Following a healthy diet and exercise regimen isn’t always enough to achieve the weight-loss results you desire.  While lifestyle modifications can establish a solid foundation for success, it’s common to need extra help to offset weight-loss plateaus that can damage your motivation.  Many patients regain their momentum with the help...

The Difference Between Micronutrients and Macronutrients Jun 17th, 2021

If you’re trying to follow a healthy meal plan, whether it’s for weight loss or general well-being, you may have read about macronutrients and micronutrients. But what are they, and what’s the difference? If you know how these two types of nutrients differ, you’re on your way to a well-balanced...

5 Symptoms of B12 Deficiency May 18th, 2021

You need vitamin B12 (cobalamin) to make red blood cells, which deliver oxygen through your body. With adequate levels of this micronutrient, your body can support the normal function of your heart, brain, blood, and nervous system to enable a high quality of life.  While most people get more than...

The Many Benefits of Meal Planning Apr 14th, 2021

Maybe you have a tough time finding the energy to make dinner at the end of a busy day. Or, perhaps your morning routine doesn’t allow time for a balanced breakfast. We’ve all chosen takeout or convenience foods versus preparing food ourselves when time and energy are in short supply....

How Do I Know If I’m Overweight? Mar 15th, 2021

Establishing and maintaining a healthy weight isn’t just about your appearance. Being overweight is associated with a long list of health conditions, including type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke, and certain types of cancer.   Determining whether you’re overweight and how much you need to lose to reduce...

Help! I'm Struggling to Lose Weight Feb 15th, 2021

If you’re not achieving the results you desire from your weight-loss efforts, it’s time to reassess your strategy. Losing weight requires serious diet and lifestyle modifications, but the components necessary for success can vary by individual. Factors such as your age, sex, medical history, pre-existing conditions, and lifestyle can affect...

How to Break the Yo-Yo Cycle of Dieting and Gaining Weight Jan 17th, 2021

Yo-yo dieting, also known as “weight cycling,” refers to a pattern of losing weight, gaining it all back, then trying to lose it again. It’s appropriately named because of the way your weight goes up and down like a yo-yo.  While yo-yo dieting can make you feel frustrated, it can...

How to Lose Weight Fast (as Fast as Possible) And Keep It Off Dec 15th, 2020

It’s difficult to remain patient when you’re working to lose weight. If you’ve committed to living a healthy lifestyle, you’re likely eager to enjoy the results of your efforts.  Working with weight loss specialists as part of a medically supervised weight-loss program provides professional guidance as well as access to...

Resistance Training for Weight Loss Nov 1st, 2020

If you’re not incorporating resistance training into your weight-loss program, you may be missing out. It’s a great way to help your body burn more calories and keep off extra weight.  Adding resistance training to your workout is one of the best ways to get the results you want and...

How Monitoring Your Macronutrients Can Help You Lose (that stubborn body fat)or Maintain Your Weight Oct 15th, 2020

Whether you’re trying to lose weight to improve your health, your fitness, your appearance, or all three, finding a plan that works for you can be frustrating. Despite all the claims and testimonials, there’s no one universal diet that’s right for everyone. You’re likely to have the most weight-loss success...

How Vitamin B12 Injections Can Increase Your Energy and Metabolism and Jump-Start Weight Loss Sep 7th, 2020

Wonder how your favorite celebrities seem to have endless energy, ageless looks, and effortlessly trim bodies? What’s their secret? While they likely have many types of anti-aging and performance-enhancing therapies available to them, some health-conscious celebrities choose B12 (cobalamin) when they want to optimize their metabolism to stay thin, trim,...

When Are Appetite Suppressants Useful? Aug 3rd, 2020

Appetite suppressants are prescription medications that can jump-start your weight loss or get you back on track when your progress has stalled.  When used appropriately as part of a medically supervised program, research shows that some people taking appetite suppressants lose 10% or more of their starting weight, a reduction...

How ADIPEX (Phentermine) Can Help You Get the Weight-Loss Results You Desire Jul 17th, 2020

Prescription weight-loss medications may help you lose weight when they are combined with a weight-loss program that includes dietary and lifestyle changes.  In fact, the combination can help you lose between 3% and 9% more of your starting body weight than trying a lifestyle program without medication. Our weight-loss specialists...

How to Work Out Safely in the Era of COVID-19 Jun 26th, 2020

You’re not alone if your ability to follow through on exercise recommendations has taken a back seat in the “new normal” of the COVID-19 pandemic.  Despite the ways everyday life has changed, you don’t have to sacrifice your commitment to strengthen your physical and mental well-being. A few simple precautions...