Weight Management Strategies

Don’t gain the “Quarantine Fifteen” *

Posted: Mar 25 in Weight loss, Weight Management Strategies by

Here in Denver (including Arapahoe, Douglas, Littleton, Bolder and other counties) weight loss patients are all having to self-quarantine to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The gyms are closed and it is harder to get healthy options (let alone toilet paper) at grocery stores. What are people who have successfully lost weight to do to […]

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A True 200 Pound Medical Weight Loss Journey *

Posted: Feb 04 in Patient Results, Weight loss, Weight Management Strategies by

In my nearly 2 decades of working with patients at Clinical Nutrition Center on medical weight loss strategies, I have had many patients achieve things I never thought possible. 20 years ago, I would have thought it impossible for a person to lose – and keep off – 200 pounds. But one special patient of […]

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Why Fiber is the Unsung Hero of Weight Loss *

Posted: Aug 29 in Health And Wellness, Nutrition, Weight loss, Weight Management Strategies by

If you’ve decided to lose some weight, you’re spoiled for choice when it comes to diet plans to follow. [Read more]

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The Best Snacks for People with High Cholesterol *

Posted: Jun 30 in Health And Wellness, Medical Weight Loss News, Nutrition, Weight loss, Weight Management Strategies by

If you have high cholesterol, you are undoubtedly aware that you must pay particularly close attention to the foods that you eat. This heightened awareness toward food causes many people to forego snacking altogether. [Read more]

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Eat Out and Still Lose Weight: 7 Simple Tips for Dieting At Restaurants *

Posted: Jun 11 in Health And Wellness, Nutrition, Weight loss, Weight Management Strategies by

We all know sticking to a healthy diet can be tough. That’s especially true when you’re dining at restaurants where plenty of diet-busting items fill the menu. [Read more]

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