Losing weight can be difficult, even after replacing the hallway floor with a treadmill and molding kale into appealing doughnut shapes. Pursue weight loss more simply with today’s Groupon to iBody in San Marino. Choose between the following options:
- For $109, you get a basic food-intolerance test, with blood work tested against 15 common foods, and a dietary consultation with a nurse or doctor (a $219 value).
- For $199, you get a deluxe food-intolerance test, with blood work tested against 95 types of food, and a dietary consultation with Dr. Robert Tostado (a $450 value).
Guided by a medical doctor, iBody bolsters clients' weight-loss endeavors with food-intolerance tests that help identify allergies and develop plans to detoxify organs and assist digestion. During an initial 15- to 30-minute appointment, staff members extract a blood sample to send for inspection at a lab. Technicians then test the substance against 15 or 95 common foods, noting any allergic reactions or jubilant cries of "I love nuts!" When results arrive two to three weeks later, clients head back to iBody for a 30-minute follow-up consultation, during which Dr. Robert Tostado or one of iBody's nurses analyze the findings and spout off dietary guidance. Equipped with knowledge of potential allergies, patients may be able to lose weight more easily, treat gastrointestinal issues, and avoid swelling up while hugging pineapples.
With scientific grounding from onsite physicians, the staff at The iBody design courses of pound-shedding and detoxifying treatments that focus on resetting metabolism, balancing hormones, and liquefying fat cells with lasers. Using iBody's medical weight-loss program helps stored fat release 1,500–4,000 calories per day, the equivalent of an armchair made out of hamburger. SmartLipo treatments help vanquish fat cells by prodding flab with laser fibers through a canella, whereas testosterone therapy inserts small pellets under the skin that release small doses of weight loss–inducing hormones over the course of three to six months.