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It's the never-ending battle that some of us have dealt with for years: excess weight. Dieting is hard work. So why do we bounce around from diet to diet? Oftentimes, it’s because we gained the weight back or gave up because we weren't seeing the results we wanted. Many of us have been through this scenario, losing the weight, keeping it off for a while, then putting it right back on. 

Those who are trying to achieve weight loss are working towards a healthier lifestyle. We have all heard about the risks associated with being overweight, and weight management is a smart way to reduce risks and take care of your body. 



When you combine healthy lifestyle choices with medical weight loss methods, you're likely going to see much greater results! People who combine both a healthy lifestyle with medical weight loss methods have been known to lose 3-9% more of their beginning body weight than those just making lifestyle changes. Results vary by medications used and by person, but research shows that many lose 10% or more of their starting weight. 

Losing 5-10% of your starting body weight can result in lowering your blood pressure, blood sugar, and triglycerides. It can also improve joint pain, sleep apnea, and other health problems. 

Body Aesthetics offers a range of medical weight loss options so that everyone can find the right method (or combination of methods) for their body type, goals, and health needs. Options include enhanced diets, injectables, and appetite suppressants. 


Not sure which option is right for you? We can take some of the guesswork out of your decision!  offers a variety of customized packages to choose from in order to get your weight loss journey on the right track!



Let's be honest, understanding what a healthy weight is in comparison to being overweight or obese can be difficult. Most health care providers gauge weight in relation to your height to define a healthy or unhealthy weight. This is known as using the Body Mass Index (BMI). Individuals that have a BMI between 25 and 30 are typically considered to be overweight, and those with a BMI of 30 or greater are considered to be obese.

However, BMI is not the most reliable way to gauge a person's health or whether or not they are at a healthy weight. According to Medical News Today, BMI "is an inaccurate measure of body fat content and does not take into account muscle mass, bone density, overall body composition, and racial and sex differences." At Body Aesthetics, we take a more multidimensional than most health care providers and gauge your health by taking all of those factors into account that BMI doesn't, to provide you with the right medical weight loss options for your needs. 

Medical weight loss options are designed for people who have health problems related to being overweight or obese, and for people who have made all the right lifestyle changes but can't shed those few extra pounds, or for people who need a little help kickstarting their weight loss to reach their goals. Whatever your reason for wanting to lose weight, it's important to know what options you have available to you (that won't jeopardize your health like many of the OTC weight loss options out there). 

Medical Weight Loss is Not Meant to Replace a Healthy Lifestyle

One of the common misconceptions about medical weight loss is that you can use it to replace living a healthy lifestyle. It cannot. In order to see the greatest short-term and long-term results, you must dedicate yourself to incorporating physical activity into your week and healthy eating habits. You don't have to be doing everything right when you begin (and end) your medical weight loss journey, but you must be making an effort to live a healthier lifestyle. Just start somewhere and begin to build those healthy habits for better health. 

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If you have questions about losing weight or questions regarding any of our diet plans or products call us for consultation and get all your questions answered. Schedule an appointment today to discuss our weight loss programs, 762-710-0976

All patients always work directly with one of our providers to ensure patient safety and confidentiality.

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