Our approach to weight loss is comprehensive patient-centered protocol. In addition to diet and exercise, we will address other factors that may be inhibiting your ability to lose weight. These include: inflammation, hormones out of balance, disturbed sleep, mood imbalance, and/or difficulty eliminating harmful toxins.
Your weight lose protocol will not be a “one-size-fits-all” approach. Our physicians will create customized treatment protocols that include macro-nutrient and micro-nutrient optimization, goal setting and accountability. Our approach normalizes biochemical imbalances, decreases inflammation, and stabilizes mood to create an optimal environment to swiftly meet your weight loss goals!
We initiate and utilize comprehensive lab testing, including hormones, food sensitivities, inflammation markers, and vitamin deficiencies to assure we cover all bases and set you up for ultimate success.
Now is the time for you! Make an appointment today to discover your best self.
November 21, 2017
You notice that you have gained a few extra pounds. Jeans are fitting tighter than normal or maybe not at all! So, you make a pledge to get the pounds off. You join a gym and kick up the cardio, start eating everything “you should” and restrict your calorie intake. […]
November 21, 2014
Missed Part 1? Find it here. With the growing obesity epidemic and increasing number of people being diagnosed with diabetes, there has been a push to eliminate sugar from our diets. This has led to increased consumption of non-nutritive sweeteners (NNS). These sweet sugar substitutes are calorie-free, and are therefore […]
May 21, 2014
by Misty White, ND Diet and Exercise. That’s the key to weight loss, according to conventional wisdom. What if you’ve adopted a great Diet and ramped up your Exercise and are still not seeing results? What if you don’t know where to start with Diet and Exercise? Our approach to […]
December 1, 2010
Myth #1: It’s all about the calories. This is true to a degree, but it is an oversimplification for some patients. There are many factors that contribute to a patient’s ability to sustain weight loss, including: Hormone Levels (including some “Vitamins”) Dietary History Exercise History Sleep Behavior & Patterns Chemical […]