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“We take the stress out of weight loss. Our proven system has helped hundreds of patients normalize their body and regain their confidence—and we can help you too!” – Dr. Jason Peisley
Take Charge of Your Health With Personalized Nutrition.
Weight loss is different for everyone. Just because your best friend drops pounds by spending an extra ten minutes at the gym and switching to water doesn’t mean that’s what will be most effective for your body.
Your age, starting weight, gender and metabolism all affect how your body reacts when you try to lose weight. Some people have hormone imbalances, while others simply need some nutritional coaching to find the right combination of tools for successful weight loss management.
At Fairwood Health & Body Transition, we address the root cause of weight struggles to help our patients achieve healthy weight loss and the many health benefits that come with a normalized weight.
Why People Gain Weight
Sometimes you realize you’ve gained weight and you don’t really know why. Sure, you splurge every now and then, but the pounds seem to sneak on even when you’re careful. Here are some of the causes of unexpected we thyroid
- Overeating healthy food
- Overestimating calories burned from exercise
- Sleep loss
- Too much sodium
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