Losing weight takes a lot of work, but it can significantly improve your health and your appearance.
Here’s what you should know.
Why is it important to reach a healthy weight? There are many different healthy body shapes and sizes, but reaching a healthy weight is important to your overall health. Your doctor can help you determine what a healthy goal is.
Being overweight doesn’t just negatively affect your appearance; it takes a serious toll on your overall health. Being overweight can strain your joints, sap your energy, put extra pressure on your heart, increase your risk for diabetes, contribute to high-cholesterol, and interfere with sleep.
Fortunately, there are steps you can take to reach your goals and look and feel your best.
Lifestyle Changes That Can Help Small lifestyle changes can go a long way toward helping you reach your goals. Consider making a few of the following changes:
HCG—Giving Your Weight Loss Goals A Boost While lifestyle changes can go far, sometimes you need extra help to reach your goals. Simply put, losing weight requires that you use more calories than you consume, but restricting calories can be difficult and leave you irritable and unfocused. HCG helps you to restrict calories without your body going into starvation mode or hurting your muscles. It can improve your metabolism and keep you from feeling hungry.
HCG needs to be combined with a careful low-calorie, high-nutrient diet and it is important to closely follow the directions given by your doctor so that you can stay healthy throughout the weight loss process. To learn more about weight loss with HCG, schedule a consultation with Dr. Joseph Russo.
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