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  • Weight Loss Tips

    Losing weight not only improves your appearance and boosts your confidence level, it can and also keep various chronic diseases at bay. Weight loss is a long-term commitment and cannot be achieved without discipline and persistence. Here are a few suggestions to help you lose those extra pounds and maintain those changes as a way […]

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  • New Year, New You!

    Recent statistics reveal that 68.6% of adult Americans are overweight, of which 34.9% are obese. Women and black Americans have a higher rate of obesity.1 Did you know that 40 to 50% of Americans will make a new year’s resolution of losing those extra pounds, but losing weight isn’t easy and sustaining a healthy weight […]

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  • Can High Cholesterol Cause Gallstones?

    Today, over 31% of Americans, over 73 million people, have high cholesterol. According to the CDC, having high blood cholesterol almost doubles your risk of heart disease, the leading cause of death in the United States. High cholesterol has no symptoms, so many people don’t know that their cholesterol is too high. Luckily, your doctor […]

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  • 5 Things to Expect Following Weight Loss Surgery

    Weight loss surgery is just the beginning to your weight loss regimen. Changes to your habits and lifestyle are necessary to maintain your weight loss successfully and should be maintained throughout your life. Here are five things that you can expect following weight loss surgery:

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  • Struggling to Lose Weight? You’re Not Alone

    So many Americans struggle with losing weight. In fact, an estimated 78 million adults and 12 million children in the United States have an excess weight problem. These figures represent more than one-third of the adult population! Why are the numbers so high? Experts say that today’s food habits are the culprits. Americans are eating […]

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