Despite the fact that there is more information out there than ever before about how to prevent obesity and maintain a healthier life, the obesity epidemic is still happening in the US and around the world. Obesity can affect everyone, from children to seniors, and it’s important to understand your options for treating obesity and managing a healthy weight successfully.
How is obesity defined?
To be considered obese you must have a body mass index (BMI) of 30 or higher. Having a BMI over 30 increases your risk for a variety of potentially serious health problems including heart attack, diabetes and high blood pressure. In order to properly diagnose obesity, your doctor will not only measure your BMI but will calculate your height and weight, check your vital signs, perform a comprehensive physical exam and go through your medical history.
How is obesity treated?
When it comes to treating obesity there isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach. There are many factors that we will need to consider before mapping out your treatment plan and some of those factors include your age and your health (more specifically, if you have any chronic health problems that you are currently managing through lifestyle and medications).
There are so many fad and crash diets out there that can have you yo-yoing and can even cause harm to your health. That’s why turning to a medical professional can be invaluable.
What does Tribute Health & Revival offer?
At Tribute Health & Revival we pride ourselves in providing realistic lifestyle changes, coaching, and weight loss support through vitamins and prescription medications in order to achieve weight loss goals and empower you throughout your journey.
Ask about our three plans which include but not limited to a complementary medical/behavioral consult, appetite/diet medications, IV hydration, B12/Lipotropic Injections, Exercise Plans and Metabolic Syndrome Screening.
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