Why Losing Weight Really Matters

Posted: November 17, 2020 in Obesity Medicine by

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A weight-loss journey is never the same for any two people. It’s something so tied to your personal health, genetics, and lifestyle that can’t be a one-size-fits-all approach.

Weight Loss According to the Weight Loss Industry

For some reason, the weight loss industry sells weight loss as a common interest. It focuses on pushing your goals to fit a standard–losing weight to look great. Anyone who has struggled with obesity knows that weight loss is more than looking a certain way. It means a fresh chance at living a healthy lifestyle.
The non-medical weight loss industry is a huge money-making business in the United States. So many fad diets and unproven programs promise fast results and claim you’ll look skinny. But they don’t take into account the health-side of how and why you should lose weight.

What Weight Loss Really Means

Sure, one of the perks of losing weight is looking better, but it’s not just about appearance. If you’ve lived with excess weight or obesity, then you know the value of good health.  Losing weight means: 

  • having more energy
  • taking part in activities with family and friends
  • feeling more comfortable in your own skin.
  • living free from chronic disease
  • overcoming your increased risk of heart disease
  • reversing type-2 diabetes

Try Medical Weight Loss

Long term weight loss can be possible with commitment and hard work, but a medical strategy is better. We designed our medical weight loss program with you in mind. It helps you lose weight—not for the goal of looking a certain way, but to feel a certain way. Working with a medical weight loss team will help you achieve the results you are looking for. You’ll work with top-notch doctors, nurse practitioners, psychologists, dietitians, and exercise therapists.

How to Find a Weight Loss Program that Works

When you’re ready to lose weight, look for proven weight loss programs that will help you do it the right way. Look for programs that:
  • focus on improving your diet, not eliminating foods
  • encourage you to live a more active lifestyle
  • back up their claims with research
Working with a weight loss doctor instead of the next new diet can help you achieve the long-term results you’re looking for, whether it’s looks, health, or both. 
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