If you have had a hard time losing weight, you have likely tried other programs with little or no success. We understand how frustrating and disappointing the process can be. There are many different reasons why people want to lose weight. One reason could be that you want to feel better and look better, or maybe you want to improve your overall health or weight-related conditions and reduce your risk of illness. There is no faster or safer way to lose weight than under the supervision and guidance of a physician and a team of weight loss professionals.
Losing Weight Can Help:
- Lower your blood pressure
- Take stress off your joints, especially hips and knees
- Lower your risk of obesity-related cancers
- Improve the health and function of your organs, such as your liver
- Help relieve weight-related illnesses such as polycystic ovary syndrome
- Lower your risk of diabetes
- Lower your risk of stroke
- Feel more energetic and less fatigued
- Restore your confidence
Nutrition Counseling And Weight Loss Management Program
Most of us could benefit from a weight loss management program with a healthier diet outlining rules and goals that are realistic and achievable. A registered dietitian looks at your lifestyle to give you the guidelines, motivation and resources you need to make a healthy change.
Your Weight Loss Results
Every person will see a different journey toward their weight-loss goals. Some take time to get started, while others may lose weight quickly at first, then slow down. What is important is maintaining good habits over time for a weight loss that can be maintained. Healthy weight loss is about 1 to 2 pounds per week, but your nutrition counselor will help you find the right weight loss management program for you and help you adjust your plan over time to achieve best your results.
We will work with you to develop a plan that has the calories and nutrients you require to lose weight without feeling deprived. Starting a new diet plan may take some time to adjust, and you might have some unhealthy cravings, but you will not be hungry all day, every day.
While starting a new diet plan, you will learn new habits and a healthier lifestyle, which will make weight loss more likely to be long term. Highly restrictive diets and crash diets can produce results but are almost impossible to maintain over time. Once you have developed better eating and exercise habits, you can make them a part of your daily routine for better health throughout your life.
Often the downfall of a diet is being unable to stick to strict rules when it comes to eating, which can be especially hard for people who do not have a lot of time to cook meals or who eat most of their meals at restaurants. But we are here to keep you healthy long term, so you will get the foundation and tips that you will need to survive a dinner out with friends without breaking the calorie bank, plus simple ideas to help you eat healthier at home, every day.
For more information about weight management call us today at (203) 290-1074.