Redefining “Skinny”

My mother used to say: “You can never be too skinny.” But what did she mean by that? According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, “skinny”  means “lacking sufficient flesh.” But that’s not at all what “skinny” means today. At The Skinny Center, skinny equals healthy, not emaciated or very thin. Our focus has and always will be on helping our patients achieve and maintain the weight that is just right for their body. Maintaining a healthy weight will not only help you feel better and more energetic, but it will also improve your overall health and wellness including:

  • Better sleep
  • Improved mood
  • Clear skin
  • Lower Blood pressure
  • Lower levels of triglycerides
  • Lower risk of heart disease
  • Increased mobility, reduced joint pain
  • Less heartburn and other GI issues

Medical research shows that the ”journey to losing weight begins from the inside out.”  This is what drives the medical weight loss programs at The Skinny Center. Our  medical team uses innovative science to analyze your blood with a comprehensive biomarker blood panel test, called Health 365 that measures glucose, electrolytes, vitamin and mineral levels, as well as gives a thorough assessment of 11 key hormones that control hunger, stress, metabolism and your appetite. Health 365 also helps to identify if you are at risk for increased weight gain and developing a chronic disease. In comparison, a traditional blood test is unable to detect the reason behind serious biological issues that can cause uncontrolled weight gain. A plan specific to your needs will then be created by our medical experts based on your individual test results.

The Skinny Center has set a new standard on what it means to be “skinny” and becoming the healthiest version of yourself. Click here to schedule a medical weight loss consultation.

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