Losing weight requires patience and support from others, just like posing for a family portrait in a human-pyramid formation. Get a helping hand with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $20 for two lipotropic injections (a $44 value)
- $99 for a medically supervised weight-loss plan (a $424.16 total value)
- $149 for the above medically supervised weight-loss plan and $50 worth of food and vitamins (a $474.16 value)
The weight-loss plan includes three lipotropic injections (a $66 value), plus a physical exam, medical-history review, EKG, lab review, and two weekly sessions with a medical provider (a $358.16 value). Use the $50 voucher to purchase a box of protein bars ($13) or chocolate pudding ($10 for a four-pack), or a variety of high-protein soups and entrees. Life Extension vitamins and supplements, which include optimized chromium ($7.50 for 60 capsules) and super omega-3 EPA ($26.25 for 120 capsules), also promote health and wellness.
Medical Weight Loss Centers
Eloise Pabst was running out of time. As a result of excessive weight, she was an insulin-dependent diabetic, and her sugars were out of control. Not only was she suffering from high triglycerides and taking three blood-pressure medications, she was enduring chronic back problems, and she couldn't walk long distances. According to her interview on WTNH's Connecticut Style, Pabst's doctor recommended Medical Weight Loss Centers as a last-ditch effort to help her regain her health. The medical staff guided her through their program and helped her lose an impressive 100 pounds in eight months. As noted by physician assistant Monika Fuller in that same news story, Pabst's blood sugars are now stabilized, and she is completely insulin-free. Her triglycerides are normal, and she's cut her blood-pressure medication and reduced her thyroid meds by half. Of her life-changing journey, Pabst said, "Everything is spelled out for you. You know what to eat, they provide the proteins for you … It's very easy. You're constantly eating every two to three hours."
Pabst's story is no different from those of many of the patients at the center—including its own associate medical director, Andy Rodican, PA-C. Rodican himself struggled with diabetes, hypertension, and sleep apnea before suffering a heart attack in 2002 at the age of 46. He recognized that obesity was the root of his problems, and he now uses what he's learned both personally and as a graduate of the physician associate program at Yale University's School of Medicine to help other people reach their goals. He and his team are specially trained in bariatric medicine. They steer clients toward protein-filled low-calorie and very-low-calorie diets and away from bad carbohydrates.