There is an overweight component to almost every chronic,
medically non-responsive disease/disorder presently
plaguing the industrialized world. Overweight, for example,
plays a very important role in most cardio-vascular disease,
cancer, diabetes, arthritis, etc. Not only are the majority
of adult Americans over forty overweight, but the children
are quickly catching up with ever increasing numbers.
National recognition of this dilemma has spawned a myriad
of weight loss programs, and for over forty years I have
recommended a modified Atkins approach to weight loss.
Combined with exercise and proper supplementation, it
yielded the best results of all the approaches that I
researched over the years, and there were many.
Unfortunately, this dietary lifestyle is hard, and the
tendency to regain the lost weight is always present.
I concluded, and I think reasonably so, that there is no safe
and easy way to lose weight and keep it off, and then I met
Alan Organ, M.D., Ph.D. This recent meeting opened my eyes about
an easier (I said easier, not easy) weight loss program that
additionally resets the Hypothalamic set point.
All weight loss programs require considerable discipline. I know
because I have been stuck at a given weight and this new program
has propelled me back into weight loss.
The program consists of a modified Atkins, high protein diet,
exercise, an allowed caloric intake of 1250 calories, and two
Homeopathic medications. One sub-lingual medication facilitates
the weight loss, and the research on this product is impressive.
The second Homeopathic product is designed to reset the
Hypothalamic set point, and the feedback on this is
impressive as well.
I have resisted becoming focused on weight loss at the office
because of the inconsistent results of the programs that I
researched. Nevertheless, as a physician, weight loss is
something I had to deal with daily because it is a factor
in the lives of most of my patients.
With the advent of this new and exciting weight loss program,
I am pleased to announce that Dr. Organ is the new advisor
to the office regarding this program and will be holding
Thursday evening education sessions at the office.
These educational sessions will begin within the next month
and I will announce the date via this newsletter.
The sessions will be limited due to space availability,
so reservations will be required.
See Dr. Organ’s Bio for an introduction to his extensive experience.