Lose Weight and Keep It Off With Our Therapies
Did you know that roughly two-thirds of adults with obesity, half of overweight adults and a quarter of normal or underweight adults said they have tried to lose weight. The ugly truth is that most Americans are not able to lose weight and keep it off. But in most cases, losing weight isn’t the problem. Keeping the weight from coming back is the challenge most people struggle to control. If you are serious about losing weight and preventing it from coming back, the most important goal is to practice living a healthy lifestyle. Our medical weight loss program includes appetite suppressants and is specially designed to reduce your appetite. You will get the most effective results when you combine our program with dieting and exercise.
What is Body Composition?
Body composition is a method of describing what the body is made of. It includes fat, protein, minerals and body water. It also describes weight more accurately than BMI. Our bodies are made up of a variety of different tissues including lean tissues (muscle, bone, and organs) that are metabolically active, and fat (adipose) tissue that is not.
Knowing your body weight is not the only important factor in weight loss. Knowing what’s happening inside your body by classifying weight into water, muscle mass, and body fat. Evaluating body composition and percent body fat helps you to see the benefits of your treatment program – especially if appetite suppressant medications are part of the program.
Appetite Suppressants for Increased Energy
Appetite suppressants stimulate the hypothalamus gland and impact neurotransmitters to decrease appetite. The hypothalamus is located in the brain and is in charge of controlling our autonomic nervous system, body temperature, appetite, sleep cycles, and more.
Appetite suppressants should always be used in conjunction with healthy eating and regular exercise. In addition, appetite suppressants should be accompanied by a low calorie diet and an exercise routine. Furthermore, any modifications in your eating habits, lifestyle, and exercise routines will need to be established and sustained if you wish to continue losing weight and keeping it off.
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