How weight problems are created ...
Too Much Stress; Poor Sleep; Cravings;
Weight Gain; Fatigue; Depressed, Irritable;
Poor Food Choices; No Exercise;
Wrong Kinds of Exercise;
In Too Much Pain To Exercise
... See my TV clips below for more info ...
... the cycle continues.
Where are YOU in this cycle?
Where do YOU want to be?
Using my Systems Approach ™ I analyze and treat your obstacles to weight loss. I have many treatment options in my toolbox including the revolutionary HCG program, safe effective thermogenesis (fat burning + boosting metabolism) and bio-identical hormone balancing. It's that simple. Your personal medical history weight gainand weight loss experiences and where needed lab tests, are used to establish your treatment plan and next steps to get you to a healthy weight range and keep your weight there.
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Case Study #1. Lose the Weight - KEEP it off!
A 38 year old woman was struggling with feeling she was doomed to be obese for her lifetime, and she came to seek my advice, expressing doubt that there was any hope for her situation. She had a lifelong history of obesity, and had tried every diet and exercise plan she could find to lose weight, but none to date had worked for her. Her goal was to reach a healthy weight and live the life that went with weighing a lot less. She really wanted to be successful losing weight and getting to a healthy weight range, and then be able to maintain a healthy weight range for her lifetime. She had already seen the difference my professional advice had made for a close relative, who'd lost weight readily while working with me, and she wanted to get similar results for herself. To give her the best benefit of both losing weight and keeping it off, I used both the HCG Weight Loss Program to accelerate her weight loss and my Thermogenesis Program to boost her metabolism. Read more.
Case Study #2. No Longer Needs High Blood Pressure Drugs, and off all Type 2 Diabetes Prescription Medicines too - no more drugs
A 57 year old woman had been obese for over 20 years, and over the last 12 years had severe sleep apnea, reflux (GERD) and intensely painful heartburn. She ate a heavy dinner right before going to bed, a lifestyle element that was directly responsible for her symptoms of reflux (GERD) and heartburn, and obesity due to a slowed metabolism. She refused to wear her CPAP mask to help treat the sleep apnea, as the CPAP mask felt "weird" on her face and she never adjusted to sleeping while wearing the CPAP mask. Since being diagnosed with sleep apnea, she'd continued to gain weight and now also had Type 2 diabetes along with high blood pressure (hypertension). As a petite woman, it seemed that most prescription drugs were too much for her as she usually felt the side effects of drugs and few of the expected benefits. Lately she was not feeling well much of the time. Her short term memory was failing, and overall she was feeling hopeless and helpless to change her situation. She realized she needed to lose weight. Read more.
Case Study #3. Improved Stamina, More Energy and Saying Goodbye to a Lifetime of Obesity
A 48 year old man with a lifelong history of being obese since he was about 3 or 4 years old came with a goal of achieving success on his weight loss journey. As an obese child, he often felt left out of normal childhood activities due to being fat. Exercise was never a comfortable acitivity for him and as an adult he continued to avoid it, feeling really sore and stiff whenever he started a new exercise program. He also noticed that his day went better when he exercised, and that he had more overall energy, including better mental focus at work. He did not have high blood presssure or Type 2 diabetes, and no family history of either of these chronic illnesses. Read more.
Case Study #4. Former Athlete Regains her Zest and Loses Last Bits of Baby Weight
A 47 year old woman, former athlete, and now busy mother of four children, wanted to lose some stubborn weight hanging around her lower belly area, just beneath her belly button. She had recently resumed working out, loved to exercise and found that she just could not lose these last few pounds that were hanging on. Read more.
Case Study #5. Elimination of Emotional Eating and Food Cravings
A 15 year old girl, obese and becoming increasingly self-councious about body size, wanted to lose weight and return to a healthy weight range. She had previously been at a healthy weight range before two major disruptions happened in her immediate family, with the loss of contact with one parent due to divorce, and severe illness of the remaining parent with a potentially life-threatening disease. She was well aware that this situation had provoked emotional eating, Read more.