How to Handle a Weight Loss Plateau

How to Handle a Weight Loss Plateau

Sometimes after a period of steady weight loss, the scale stops moving. Without making any conscious changes to your diet and exercise habits, your weight loss halts. This is known as a weight loss plateau. This can be a frustrating period, and it may test your will...
Why Obesity Is a Disease

Why Obesity Is a Disease

Cally Smith, FNP-C Struggling with excess weight isn’t just the food choices someone makes. Many say they have tried every diet known to man and failed. The failure is not their fault, it’s the diet plan. Obesity is a disease, and it needs to be treated like one....
Weight Loss For Mental Health

Weight Loss For Mental Health

There are many reasons to do a weight loss program. People choose to lose weight for obvious medical reasons but mental health is equally as important. Mental Improvement Mental improvement is an often overlooked aspect of weight loss. Losing weight can boost...
How To Talk To Friends About Weight Loss

How To Talk To Friends About Weight Loss

Robert Ziltzer, MD, FACP, FAAP You’ve seen friends chase diets, repeating the cycle only to regain the weight they’ve lost. You yourself may have experienced the same frustration. It’s a common story. But what if I told you, surrounding yourself with people who are...
Getting Started with Exercise

Getting Started with Exercise

Diana Bone MSN, FNP-C Getting exercise is an important part of any weight loss program. Not only can it help with weight loss but it will also help to improve your well-being overall. Getting started with an exercise regimen is difficult for some but with the right...