November 10th, 2013 — body mass index, food, goals, medicine, motivation, review, trigger food, weight loss, Weight Loss Journal
I highly recommend Jumpstart.
With four locations in California, Jump Start Medicine provides its patients with a weight loss program that, on average, will take two to five pounds off a week. Most of their patients leave satisfied, with more energy and are highly motivate to keep the weight off, ensuring that their customers rarely need to return. The program that they provide is medically sound and safe for all of their patients. Designed for men and women, the supervised program achieves weight loss through a number of ways, ensuring the maximal, safe benefit to patients. The program follows a plan of reduced consumption along with exercise. The food is carefully chosen to provide the most energy with minimal calories and keep the appetite at a minimum.
To ensure that the patient does not suffer from cravings ruining their efforts, the center provides medications to take the edge off of the patient's appetite, ensuring maximum benefit. The medications are completely voluntary, and many patients have achieved excellent results with diet and exercise alone. Those patients that wish to hedge their bets will find that the medication is safe, and will boost their weight loss efforts.
A typical appointment will consist of an initial consultation. This will provide the doctors with a clear picture of where the greatest need is and target it with a tailored weight loss program. During this consultation, the patient's body mass index (BMI), weight, waist, and body fat are measured. Every patient is different, and their goals are to lose anywhere from 10 to 100 pounds and be able to keep it off. These goals are best approached under the supervision of trained medical professionals. The professionals here will make sure that your efforts will be safe and with the most effect.
Dr. Sooji Rugh M.D. & Dr. Sean Bourke M.D.
Both received their undergraduate and medical degrees from prestigious universities across the country. Thusly they bring to Jumpstart Medicine a variety of experience to best achieve your goal for ideal weight. The program they employ will not only provide weight loss, but also will yield many other health benefits. These include a lower risk for diabetes, lower blood pressure, lower levels of bad cholesterol, reduced risk of heart disease and cancer, and many more health benefits.
Many patients attempt their goals on their own, and find themselves failing due to increased hunger, swinging metabolism, and no real support system. Cravings, low levels of energy, even low levels of depression can conspire against patients in their goals of a healthier lifestyle. That is where the program at Jump Start Medicine really shines. Their multi-angled attack against excess weight and caring and supportive environment will help patients lose weight in a safe and healthy manner. There are no meals or shakes to buy, or any gimmicks and books that provide a hidden cost. This center will provide a medically proven program to take the weight off and keep it off.
I highly recommend them.
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