Top Tips for Medical Weight Loss

There are millions of weight loss tips around the internet, and the majority of them aren’t true. At the onset of your medical weight loss program it is a good idea to separate fact from fiction so that you can focus on adopting healthy habits that will actually help you reach your weight loss goal.

Eat less and exercise more. This is the age-old advice when it comes to losing weight, but the problem is these instructions are much more complicated than they sound. Diet and exercise are vague instructions when they aren’t broken down, and simply eating less can be pretty challenging if you aren’t following a well-balanced diet plan.

Weight loss medications, body contouring treatments and the ongoing support of your weight loss doctor can help you lose weight. Combining these medical weight loss tools with healthy habits is a great way to achieve your weight loss goals.


The Top 5 Weight Loss Tips

  1. Walk more often: If you are new to exercise, then walking is a great place to start. In Greenbrae and Petaluma it is possible to walk outside 12 months of the year, so if you aren’t a fan of walking on treadmills consider taking a fast-paced walk around the block.
  2. Increase incidental activity: Incidental activity is any activity you do during the course of the day that isn’t explicit exercise. This could include walking your dog, watering the plants, taking the stairs at work or walking around the mall.
  3. Add healthy foods to your diet: Instead of focusing on the foods you can’t have, start thinking about what you can eat. Add more fruits and vegetables to your diet. The more healthy foods you eat the less you’ll munch on unhealthy items.
  4. Drink more water: Drinking plenty of water between meals can help keep you full. Before sitting down to a meal try to drink a full 8-ounce glass of water, and aim for 64 ounces of water total each day.
  5. Be patient: One of the greatest tips you can get is to be patient with your weight loss program. You didn’t gain weight overnight and you won’t lose it overnight. A medical weight loss program can help you to start losing weight right away, but the greater weight loss goals will be achieved over time.

As you lose weight you’ll continue to encounter weight loss tips from all sorts of sources. Remember that if something sounds too good to be true, it usually is. Focus on improving your health by eating a nutrient rich diet and becoming more active. Doing this can help to set you up for long-term weight loss success.

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