Obesity Medicine

Menopause, Manopause, and Weightopause *

Posted: Aug 24 in Obesity Medicine by

Menopause We are are very familiar with the idea of menopause – at some point, the ovaries shut down production of estrogen and progesterone, the menstrual cycle stops, and we are met with hot flashes, sleep disturbance, mood irritability, sexual dysfunction and often weight gain as a result. Many women choose to go on hormone […]

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Should I Be On Weight Loss Medication? *

Posted: Jul 14 in Medical Weight Loss News, Obesity Medicine, Weight Loss Medication by

Prescription weight loss medications (which used to be called appetite suppressants, and now are also called anti-obesity medications) can help people lose weight, and more importantly, keep the weight off. The medications we use today are approved by the FDA for people with a BMI over 27 with other weight-related health problems, or over 30 […]

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Understanding Obesity as a Disease *

Posted: Apr 29 in Clinical Nutrition Center News, Obesity Medicine by

Obesity has been recognized as a disease by the American Medical Association (AMA). What does this mean to you? First, if it’s a disease, it is something that affects you but does not define you. People are affected by cancer, and we treat it. People are not cancerous. People are affected by obesity, and we […]

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How to Reduce the Guilt of Dining Out *

Posted: Apr 01 in Health And Wellness, Obesity Medicine, Weight loss by

Food is one of the great pleasures of life and dining out, especially with friends or loved ones, is one of the most enjoyable ways to experience good food. One of the drawbacks of dining out is losing a level of knowledge and control over exactly what you are consuming. [Read more]

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Improving Yourself Doesn’t Mean Proving Yourself *

Posted: Mar 27 in Activity Recommendations, Health And Wellness, Obesity Medicine, Weight loss, Weight Management Strategies by

It’s important to have goals in life. If you don’t have anything to achieve, it’s easy to feel lost and aimless. Yet for many people self-improvement has become an exhausting process of demonstrating their worth to others. [Read more]

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