Weight Loss, the Healthy Way

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Every year, there is a new fad diet. This happens without question. Sometimes, they are relatively harmless—for instance, Keto is not necessarily a bad thing, but for most people, it is not the best option for sustained weight loss. There have been some fad diets, however, that have been even detrimental to one’s health.

Due to a plethora of articles littered across social media, it can sometimes be difficult to tell which diets are the real deal, and which could potentially be dangerous. For those who have struggled with long-term, stubborn weight, this is especially challenging. After attempting a myriad of odd diets and intense exercise regimens, it’s easy for these people to feel discouraged.

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It’s not one-size-fits all, stylish diets touted by celebrities that these people need. What they need is medically supervised weight loss.

Medically supervised weight loss is exactly what it sounds like: a weight loss regimen developed by a medical professional. This weight loss alternative is fast, safe, and most importantly, sustainable. Doctors work with patients to develop a diet and exercise plan specifically tailored to their lives and needs.

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In South Eastern Texas, Dr. Dale Eubank has crafted a program based on these factors that really works: Advanced Weight Loss. As a doctor of gynecology, Dr. Eubank knows firsthand that it isn’t always diet changes that will help a patient shed pounds. For many women in particular, hormonal imbalances can lead to weight gain. After seeing his patients turn to sometimes dangerous diets, he decided to make a program that genuinely works.

“The Advanced Weight Loss program is unlike many out there,” Lloyd Gronich, an expert from Oak Park, California, says. “The staff does more than hand patients a sheet of paper outlining what they need to do. They work with their patients step-by-step to ensure their weight loss is as successful as possible.”

The program, just like one’s weight loss, is fluid. When the program needs to be adjusted to better fit someone’s needs, the staff does just that. Regular check-ins assess how the patient is doing, if their program needs any modifications, and any other concerns a patient might have. This is how the clinic has an average weight loss of 35 pounds in 12 weeks.

When a patient needs a boost on their weight loss journey, Advanced Weight Loss has options. Patients can talk with their doctor about the Crave Control Serotonin Supplement, which targets neurotransmitters in the brain to cut cravings. They can also have lipotropic injects or B-12 shots, which have both been implicated to increase energy and fat burning. For those who need help with hormones, there is even bioidentical hormone pellet therapy.

At Advanced Weight Loss, each service is designed to make the difficult journey of weight loss easier. The staff understands how emotional the process can be, and they are willing to help.

For more information on the clinic and it services, call (361) 906-1112, email lisaadvancedwellness@gmail.com, or visit their offices.

5920 Saratoga Boulevard, Suite 110B, Corpus Christi, Texas 78414

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