Weight Loss Programs Specialist
Weight Loss Programs Q & A
To determine where your weight falls, the first stop is the body mass index (BMI) calculator, which roughly measures the percentage of fat you have in your body based on your height and weight. The BMI calculator outputs a number, which falls into one of these categories:
- Under 18.5: Underweight
- 18.5 to 24.9: Normal weight
- 25-29.9: Overweight
- 30 to 40: Obesity
- Over 40: Extreme obesity
While your BMI number is just a starting point, it gives you a broad picture of where your weight falls.
The health implications that come with carrying extra pounds are far too numerous to list here, but the following are some of the more common:
- Sleep apnea
- Heart disease
- Stroke or heart attack
- Liver disease
- Kidney disease
- High blood pressure
The fact is that there’s very little that being overweight or having obesity doesn’t affect when it comes to your health. More importantly, the effects of carrying extra weight are incredibly serious, which is why weight loss is your best chance for avoiding or reversing some of these health issues.
As you can see by the list of health complications above, the benefits of weight loss are almost without limits. And the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that even losing just 5-10% of your body fat can make a positive impact on your health.
To help you achieve that goal, Dr. Sure offers medically supervised weight-loss programs, which he tailors to your lifestyle, health, and goals. Each weight-loss program is different, but typically includes:
- Lifestyle changes
- Nutritional counseling
- An exercise regimen
Dr. Sure creates a weight-loss program that provides you with healthy and sustainable results, which is where fad diets fall short. And one of the more effective aspects of a medically supervised weight-loss program at Sure Medical Care is that Dr. Sure closely monitors your progress, providing encouragement along the way and a little push whenever needed.
To get started on a meaningful weight loss program, call Sure Medical Care, or request a consultation using the online scheduler.
If Dr. Sure diagnoses you with diabetes, his first goal is to regulate the levels of glucose in your system, which he can accomplish with insulin.
But it’s the work you do through lifestyle changes that can make the most difference. Depending upon your unique situation, Dr. Sure tailors a treatment plan that includes the following:
- Losing weight
- More exercise
- Quitting certain habits, such as smoking or alcohol use
These steps — especially diet and exercise — can prevent the complications associated with diabetes, so they’re terribly important for your long-term health. With some effort on your part, as well as Dr. Sure’s treatments, you can lead an active life long into the future.
For experienced and comprehensive diabetes care, call Sure Medical Sure, or use the online scheduler.