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Weight loss

Rekindling Weight Loss Motivation *

Posted: Jan 09 in Weight Management Strategies by

Holiday weight gain The holidays are over! For people trying to keep weight off, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Chanukah, New Years Eve, family, guests, parties… — one after the other — these events make sustaining weight loss motivation a real challenge! Then in January, time to get back on the wagon again. But sometimes it can feel […]

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Rethinking Sugary “Treats” vs. Sugar “Addiction” *

Posted: Dec 09 in Weight loss, Weight Management Strategies by

As the Holidays approach, I’m reminded of a discussion I’ve had many times with my kids. When they ask me for candy, I always ask them, “Why do you want candy?” The reply is always the same: “Because it tastes good.” Of course, I’ve taught my kids about the adverse effects of sugar, so I […]

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Holiday Weight Loss Tips *

Posted: Nov 01 in Weight loss, Weight Management Strategies by

Holiday weight loss can be tough – let’s face it – people can gain a lot of weight during the holidays. Endless high caloric foods, big parties with families, leftovers, vacations… Not to mention short days, long nights, and cold weather here in Colorado. What is one who is trying to lose weight to do […]

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The Link Between Obesity and Cancer *

Posted: Oct 06 in Health And Wellness, Obesity Medicine by

There are 236 medical problems related to obesity. Of these, 13 are cancers. And the American Society of Clinical Oncology estimates that 40% of all cancers are weight-related. Obesity-related Cancers The cancers known to be weight-related include: Meningioma Esophagus Multiple Myeloma Kidneys Uterus Ovaries Thyroid Breast Liver Stomach Gallbladder Pancreas Colon / Rectum How do […]

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Dr. Lazarus Sworn in as the President of the Obesity Medicine Association *

Posted: Oct 05 in Clinical Nutrition Center News, Obesity Medicine by

Dr. Lazarus became the President of the Obesity Medicine Association (OMA) on September 24th, 2021. He has been a member for nearly 20 years, and served on the board for nearly a decade. In his role with the OMA, he has also represented them as a delegate in the American Medical Association (AMA). He has […]

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