14 11, 2017

Holiday Strategies for Eating Smart

2020-09-06T11:10:09+00:00November 14th, 2017|Blog|

There’s nothing quite like the food that you enjoy at the holidays. A particular recipe can conjure up all sorts of memories, and just one sniff of the prepared dish can transport you across the years and miles. Unfortunately, holiday food can also wreak havoc with that healthy lifestyle that you work so hard to maintain. That’s why we’re happy to offer these tips that may just keep you from going too far astray during the holiday season this year. The biggest pitfall most of us encounter while trying to follow a healthy holiday eating plan is the feeling of [...]

20 07, 2017

Weight Loss That Works

2019-06-21T15:53:30+00:00July 20th, 2017|Blog, Weight Loss|

More and more we’re reading about medical research that shows how maintaining a healthy weight is the best way to get and stay healthy over time. But knowing we should lose weight and making it happen are two very different things. That’s why it’s important to have a strategy that will not only help you reach your goal but help you stay there going forward, too. It’s important to understand that long-term weight loss requires a long-term commitment to the process. So you’ll also need to understand your motivation, and embrace it fully. Make a list of why this is [...]

1 03, 2016

Am I A Good Candidate For Tummy Tuck

2020-09-11T01:46:22+00:00March 1st, 2016|Blog, Tummy Tuck|

What is a Tummy Tuck? The medical name for a tummy tuck procedure is “abdominoplasty.” A tummy tuck is a procedure that tightens sagging muscles in the abdomen as well as the abdominal wall. The tummy tuck procedure removes excess fat and skin from the abdomen, and typically results in a tighter and more taut-looking abdomen. There are numerous kinds of tummy tuck procedures, ranging from minimally invasive to transitional full length tummy tuck. It’s important to understand the associated risks of each type of surgery, and to choose the one that most closely fits your personal goals and expectations. [...]