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When Dr. Sasson Moulavi worked in an emergency room, he noticed that more people in their 30s and 40s were experience heart attacks. In reaction to the trend, the bariatric physician developed a diet program that uses organic ingredients, triple-filtered water, and hunger-controlling foods. Now unexpected foods such as muffins, shakes, and soups, can help people lose weight. There is even a cookie diet, in which a healthy cookie—formulated to be a perfect balance of fiber, protein, and amino acids—aims to help clients lose several pounds per week.
At Smart For Life Weight and Age Management offices across the country, nutrition experts and physicians guide patients to healthier lifestyles with the diet products, supervised weight-loss and wellness programs, and complex mazes that lead to bowls of salad. They also slim waists with the help of vitamin B12 injections.