Today’s Americans are the heaviest people to ever exist on the planet Earth. More than 2/3s of all adults in the UDA are overweight or obese. Obesity among youth is also increasing at an alarming rate. There is compelling statistical evidence that being overweight or obese correlates with increased risk or diabetes, high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, stroke, cancer, degenerative joint disease, chronic pain, loss of energy and vitality and death from all causes. People with above normal body weight suffer more and die younger than do people that maintain a healthy muscular weight. We address achieving and maintaining a healthy weight from a holistic perspective, taking into account hormonal health, gut ecology, immune system, nutritional status and successful and unsuccessful previous efforts and lifestyle factors. We know that there is not one method of weight loss that works for everyone, so we employ a variety of tools and techniques to help you achieve and maintain a healthy weight.
If you have concerns about losing weight, please fill in this Weight Loss Questionaire and call to schedule a visit today.
Additional Tools and Resources
BMI stands for “body mass index” and is one tool used to determine a healthy body weight based on height.
Waist to hip ratio is an important indicator of metabolic syndrome and cardiovascular disease risk.
This helps you determine how much energy, in calories, you are burning each day based on your age, height, weight and activity level.