No, being skinny is not always a compliment, and being fat is not always an insult. This is due to the fact that it is only weight, and weight does not define you as long as you are healthy. Westchester’s #1 Weight & Aesthetic Center, The Skinny Center, believes that you can be whatever weight you want – skinny, lean, thin, or fat – wear whatever you want, and eat whatever you want. The Skinny Center’s doctors focus on treating your body properly, strengthening muscles and feeding it the nutrients it requires for optimal function.
“Being underweight can cause the same number of health problems as being overweight. When a person is underweight, their body may not receive the nutrients it requires to build healthy bones, skin, and hair,” says CEO and Founder Mitch Suss of The Skinny Center.
“While some people may have a genetic predisposition or a medical condition that prevents them from gaining weight, our medical interventions have helped save the lives of malnourished unhealthy (skinny) people who have come to us seeking lifestyle changes to live a healthier and more productive life. We are extremely proud and stand by this,” says Mitch.
“Being Healthy and Skinny is the goal we work towards, but it’s important to remember that being healthy is not always synonymous with being skinny,” continues Mitch. “Just as long as our patients are happy, and Healthy, then it’s all good.”