Weight Loss

Latest weight loss information for medically supervised programs (i.e. hCG, B6/B6, Xenical, Meridia)

Clinical Definition of Obesity

Clinical Definition of Obesity

Obesity has been recently recognized as a disease by the American Medical Association. Obesity and health problems go hand in hand and as such they appear to be a number of different health risks that are associated with being obese. A typical clinical definition of obesity does not exist but has been defined by different […]

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IAPAM Tips for Weight Loss

The IAPAM’s weight loss physicians offer these tips to help you lose weight or maintain your current weight: Drink 2 glasses of water before every meal (it will make you get full faster). Display fruits, not sweets. Get rid of the glass covered sweets display, and replace it with a fruit bowl. Portion out your […]

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IAPAM Weight Loss Resources

Here are some physician oriented weight loss web resources the IAPAM has found that you may find useful: IAPAM hCG Weight Loss Information Follow Jeff’s hCG Weight Loss Journey NHLBI’s The Practical Guide: Identification, Evaluation, and Treatment of Overweight and Obesity in Adults NHLBI’s Clinical Guidelines on the Identification, Evaluation, and Treatment of Overweight and […]

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Vitamin B6 and B12 for Weight Loss

This content is taken from the IAPAM’s Medically Supervised Weight Loss training program.  The program is designed to help physicians incorporate a medical weight loss program into their medical practice. . Vitamin B12 What It Is and How it Works? Vitamin B12, also called cobalamin, is important to good health. It helps maintain healthy nerve […]

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Physical Activity and Weight Loss

This content is taken from the IAPAM’s Medically Supervised Weight Loss training program.  The program is designed to help physicians incorporate a medical weight loss program into their medical practice. An increase in physical activity is an important component of weight loss therapy, although it will not lead to substantially greater weight loss over 6 […]

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Treating Overweight and Obese Patients

. This content is taken from the IAPAM’s Medically Supervised Weight Loss training program. The program is designed to help physicians incorporate a medical weight loss program into their medical practice. According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), treatment of an overweight or obese person incorporates a two-step process: assessment and management. Assessment includes […]

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Supervision is Key for hCG Weight Loss Success

. This content is taken from the IAPAM’s Medically Supervised Weight Loss training program.  The program is designed to help physicians incorporate a medical weight loss program into their medical practice. . The rate of success in patients that are not supervised during treatment is considerably lower than those who are supervised by a physician […]

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Popular Weight Loss Diets

. This content is taken from the IAPAM’s Medically Supervised Weight Loss training program.  The program is designed to help physicians incorporate a medical weight loss program into their medical practice. The Atkins Diet The Atkins Diet represents a departure from prevailing theories. Atkins claimed there are two main unrecognized factors about Western eating habits, […]

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Dr Simeons Pounds and Inches Manuscript

This is the original “Pounds & Inches” manuscript by Dr. Simeons.This protocol is NOT meant to be taken without direct physician supervision. There are many health issues that must be taken into consideration prior to taking the program, please consult with your healthcare provider prior to starting any weight loss program. This is the same […]

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hCG for Weight Loss Explained

Why the interest in effective weight management? The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation reports that “more than two-thirds of adults and one-third of children in America are obese or at risk for obesity.”  Equally, the fifth annual 2008 F as in Fat report, from the Trust for America’s Health (TFAH), found that obesity rates rose for […]

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