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Do you know your BMI?
Body mass index (BMI) is a measure of body fat based on height and weight that applies to adult men and women. Enter your weight in pounds and your height in inches into the form below. Answer “NO” to the question about metric. Then click on “calculate” to see your BMI.
• Less that 18.5 then you are considered Underweight
• Between 18.5 and 24.9 you are considered Normal
• Between 25 and 29.9 you considered to be Overweight
• 30 or greater - you are considered to be Obese
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A Healthy Approach To Weight Loss
Our Medically Approved Weight Loss Program was designed by our Physician, Nurse Practitioner and Licensed Dietician. Our flexible meal plans increase metabolism and energy, decrease body fat, prevent muscle loss, and enhance the glycemic control. You will eat three meals per day of fresh food items to ensure proper nutrition while losing weight.
Our program also includes the latest advances in medical technology including lipotropic injections and physician approved appetite suppressants and supplements to help you lose easily, quickly and safely!
Learn more about how our three-part program helps you not only lose weight successfully, but helps you keep it off forever!
Read Our Dec. Newsletter
During the hustle and bustle of Christmas time, it is easy to get caught up in the decorating, cooking, shopping and attending the holiday parties. While focusing on making time to visit family and friends and buying for your loved ones, it is important to make sure that you don’t forget your own goals and priorities this Christmas.
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Thanksgiving is a time of family, football and, for many, feasting. It only comes around once a year, so let’s splurge, right? Wrong! We look forward to the turkey, casseroles and desserts, but this Thanksgiving, let’s make sure that we can be thankful for our new healthy habits. Below are a few ways to keep your Thanksgiving enjoyable without going overboard. … Read More!
Read Our Oct. Newsletter
We’ve all got our bad habits that we want out of our lives. We’re embarrassed of them, and we know they aren’t good for us. Just think… what if most of our habits did only positive things for us? Here are five healthy habits that you can be proud to incorporate into your daily routines to bring about a happier, healthier you!...Read More!