Losing weight is a challenge almost as difficult as reading an entire dictionary or climbing a tree that’s covered in canola oil. Take an expert approach to tackling the task of slimming down with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
$69 for a 30-day weight-loss package (a $506 value). This package includes:
- New-patient consultation and four weekly evaluations (a $316 value)
- Four energy-boosting B12 lipotropic injections (a $140 value)
- Workbook and food journal (a $25 value)
- Natural appetite suppressant (a $25 value)
$24 for 2 B12 injections (a $50 value)
$57 for 5 B12 injections (a $125 value)
$99 for 10 B12 injections (a $225 value)
During their first visit, weight-loss package clients discuss their medical history with an attentive staff member in a new-patient consultation. The meeting maps out a 30-day diet-and-exercise regimen to help clients to meet their slimming goals. Next, a B12 lipotropic combo injection boosts their metabolisms and aids in liquefying fat. The energy-boosting injection is repeated in each of the following three weekly appointments, and patients also receive a natural appetite suppressant. A program workbook keeps patients on track to reach their desired weight, and a food journal's pages nonjudgmentally record dreams of flying unfettered over fields of chocolate cheesecake.
The staff at Modern Wellness knows that knowledge is power—although it won't turn on your TV or cell phone, it can help to uncover what allergens your body reacts to, where your grandparents were born, or how your body loses weight most efficiently. Through general-health and wellness tests—including anemia panels and diabetes scans—technicians can discover potential bodily issues before they become debilitating conditions or stats on next year’s office baseball cards. Staff physicians can also use this info to tailor weight-loss programs to each body’s particular needs. Technicians use their lab prowess for other investigative work, as well—drug testing at the facility equips clients with the paperwork that a number of employers require before making hiring decisions.