With hundreds of choices of weight loss programs promising quick results by bathing suit season, how can a dieter decide what’s best for him or her?
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) advises, “Successful, long-term weight control must focus on your overall health, not just on what you eat. Changing your lifestyle is not easy, but adopting healthy habits may help you manage your weight in the long run.
“Effective weight loss programs include ways to keep the weight off for good. These programs provide healthy behaviors that help you lose weight that you can stick with every day.”
Advanced Physical Medicine of Yorkville agrees, and offers its 12-week “Doctor’s Weight Loss Solution.” Dieticians, psychologists, and medical doctors developed the program that uses numerous tools to help patients achieve their goals. The company confirms, “Most of our patients lose an average of 30 pounds in just three months. Some lose as much as 80 pounds in 3 months!”
After a free consultation, patients undergo a comprehensive body analysis, blood and hormone evaluation, nutritional counseling, exercise therapy, weekly behavior modification classes, prescription weight loss medicine, personal incentives, and pre-packaged food choices. Patients can also pick and choose specific parts of the weight loss program that will work best for them.
“Our program is totally different from other weight loss plans. Patients lose weight by combining the right chemical, physical, and psychological responses that aid in weight loss. It’s also designed to stabilize blood sugar, eliminate depression, create body transformations, and lower blood pressure.”
Sharing what the NIH recommends, “Doctor’s Weight Loss Solution is designed to help you change your lifestyle, lose weight, and maintain your weight loss. The program is led by experienced medical and chiropractic physicians and physical therapists,” explains Advanced Physical Medicine.
The plan is individually customized based on weight loss needs and budget. Most insurance plans cover a portion of the program’s costs.
For more information, contact Advanced Physical Medicine of Yorkville,
207 Hillcrest Ave., Suite A, Yorkville, (630) 553-2111; or visit www.advancedphysicalmedicine.net.