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Obesity in the U.S. has become a significant health concern over the past few decades. According to the CDC, the prevalence of obesity in adult Americans has risen from 30.5% in 1999 – 2000 to 42.4% in 2017 – 2018. It can negatively impact day-to-day life in many ways (including fatigue, sleep apnea, breathing problems, joint and back pain, depression, low self-esteem and more) and is a major contributor to deadly illnesses such as heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes and several forms of cancer.

Losing weight is difficult. Fad diets  don't work to keep weight off long term. That's because there's more to weight gain and obesity than willpower. There are medical reasons that cause  weight gain and the inability to lose weight despite diet and exercise. That’s why a medically assisted weight program is different. Medically assisted weight loss programs use prescription medications to assist in helping patients lose weight, reduce cravings and “food noise” and develop a sustainable lifestyle. Through a one-on-one consultation with a licensed medical professional, we can tailor a plan to help you achieve your weight loss goals.

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