Weight loss is like a hot air balloon: it imparts a feeling of exhilarating lightness and makes us look that much cooler when arriving at a high-school reunion. Create a more floatable form with today’s Groupon: for $79, you get a custom weight-loss program from Jeffrey P. Pardee, MD (a $390 total value). The program includes the following:
- A first visit (a $65 value)
- An EKG (a $35 value)
- All necessary blood work (a $210 value)
- Medication (a $15 value)
- One follow-up visit (a $65 value)<p>
Dr. Jeffrey P. Pardee eschews short-term diets in favor of all-encompassing lifestyle changes when furnishing his clients with the multifaceted means necessary to ease the slenderizing process. An initial consultation—complete with lab work, EKG, and a physical—determines the client’s starting point, medical needs, and vulnerability to earth-based-magic attacks. Based on the information gathered, Dr. Pardee crafts a blueprint for 30 days of concrete, achievable fitness-building goals and personalized objectives. Participants also learn how to make smart eating and grocery-buying choices in their daily lives to ensure that their hard work isn’t undone by exposure to foie gras pop-tarts.
Jeffrey P. Pardee, MD
Dr. Jeffrey P. Pardee understands firsthand the frustration of trying to lose weight. He struggled with obesity as a child, and watched his weight rise following a heart procedure later in life. His personal battles make him more sensitive to his clients’ predicaments, which he approaches on a case-by-case basis. His custom-tailored plans eschew short-term diets in favor of all-encompassing lifestyle changes that not only slim down waistlines, but overhaul the unhealthy habits that lead to weight gain. He helps his clients reach their goals through comprehensive, custom systems that marry dietary changes with medication, including appetite suppressants to ease the slenderizing process. Dr. Pardee ramps up results through exercise and nutrition counseling to help clients make smart everyday choices and ensure that their hard work isn't undone by exposure to foie gras pop tarts.