Although the noninvasive light therapy Dr. Michael McCracken uses to help his patients slim down looks futuristic, the technology actually works with the body's age-old processes. Unlike liposuction, which completely removes the cells and causes body distortion when the weight is regained, Dr. McCracken's beams simply drain fat cells of their contents, allowing the body to flush fat out as it naturally would after an intense workout or hours spent strolling the wrong way on a moving airport walkway. The result: after each noninvasive, roughly 35-minute session patients walk away with slimmer waists, hips, and thighs.
What began as Anita Gibson's struggling, two-person family business has evolved into Advanced Weight Loss Clinics, an organization with 17 corporately owned clinics and 3 franchise locations spread throughout the southeastern United States. Each center's team of doctors and weight-loss specialists encourages clients to win a similarly daunting battle by creating personalized plans for success. The program incorporates vitamins, supplements, and appetite suppressants with a low-calorie, low-fat meal plan that discourages using soft-serve ice cream as toothpaste.
Tide Wellness's team of physicians and weight-loss experts knows how important it is for clients to stay motivated to lose weight. That's why it encourages clients to eat real food and never charges for weekly weigh-ins. The team also gives clients a little extra help with B12 liptropic injections, which may help boost metabolism and energy, and craving-curbing protein bars, chips, and drinks.