Medical Weight Loss

Perhaps no health issues are more emotionally charged than weight gain and weight loss. We need only to look at the plethora of diet books to sense this concern.

Unfortunately, in spite of the abundance of information on diet, nutrition and the health problems associated with being overweight, the American population has been getting progressively heavier.

As a matter of fact, Houston has been dubbed the US’s Fattest City by Men’s Health Magazine for many years now!

Despite the high-profile efforts of celebrities and prominent national figures, America’s obesity epidemic is only expected to worsen in the coming years.

The National Institute of Health (NIH) reports that 68.8% of American Adults are either Overweight or Obese while the Centers of Disease Control (CDC) reports that 18% of children between 6-11 years old and 21% of children between 12-19 years old are Obese.

And, though many Americans embrace their unhealthy lifestyle, the fact remains that obesity has been linked to a number of illnesses and ailments, such as Type 2 diabetes and even certain cancers.

The end result is that obese individuals have shorter life expectancies than their healthier peers.

Research from Oxford University published in 2009 even goes so far as to suggest that moderate obesity can decrease life expectancy by as much as 3 years.

However, if you’ve been battling obesity and have tried time and time again to alter your lifestyle, it’s never too late to get serious about making a change.

By pursuing medical weight loss solutions from experienced care providers, you can shed excess pounds.

These results may or may not be typical and your results may vary on many different factors, which will be discussed with you by the doctor

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What is medical weight loss treatment?

The reason that most weight loss programs don’t provide lasting results is that they don’t treat the underlying hormone imbalances that may make an individual predisposed to being overweight or obese.

Some hormones that have been linked to obesity include leptin, insulin, sex hormones and growth hormones, all of which influence appetite, body fat distribution and metabolism.

At Longevity & Stem Cell Centre of Houston, we know that any program that doesn’t take hormone imbalances into account won’t provide lasting results.

That’s why our program combines medically supervised dieting and exercise with methods to treat hormone imbalances.

What’s the right age for medical weight loss treatment?

While weight gain and muscle loss are a natural part of getting older, this doesn’t mean that aging Americans should let their health fall by the wayside.

At Longevity & Stem Cell Centre of Houston, we know it’s never too early to pursue treatments that can help you feel younger and healthier.

We provide our weight loss programs to a variety of age groups and can tailor these regimens to your individual needs. Remember, your waistline is your lifeline.

By taking steps to pursue medical weight loss solutions, you can ensure a healthier you, whether you’re 35 to 40 years old and leading an active lifestyle or over 60 and looking toward retirement.

Seek professional help at Longevity & Stem Cell Centre of Houston

At Longevity & Stem Cell Centre of Houston, we offer our patients an increased success rate and improved monitoring that they won’t likely find from other weight loss alternatives.

This is because we provide a well-rounded approach. In addition to treating hormone imbalances, we adjust patient diets as naturally as possible and provide lap band fills and adjustments for those who wish to pursue this treatment as well.

What are you waiting for? Instead of turning to a weight loss book or simply joining the nearest gym, take a comprehensive approach to your weight loss today.

By seeking out medical weight loss with the help of our experienced team, you can be confident that the top anti-aging doctors are hard at work helping you down this difficult path.

These results may or may not be typical and your results may vary on many different factors, which will be discussed with you by the doctor

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