Combating Obesity with MRC Programs


Obesity in a Word Collage

According to the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services, more than two-thirds (2/3) of American adults are overweight or obese. [1] The question is really more about what to do about combating obesity. For most of us, the answer comes down to food choices. What we eat, how much we eat, and how much exercise we get all work together to combat obesity. Sadly, we already know this. That information is part of many national movements to address weight gain and at-risk health.

The answer is not about national stats and programs. It is about individuals and empowering them to make positive changes. Here is a deeper look at how that works at the Metabolic Research Center (MRC.)

People Just Like You

People just like you staff the Metabolic Research Center. They were overweight, sick, tired, and needed to make a change. When you work with a Metabolic Research Center professional, you will get someone who understands how difficult but important it is to make lifestyle adjustments. They also know a few of the tricks to help you succeed. This is not about dieting. This is about making positive food choices that help you drop the weight and gain health.

Delicious Menu Plans

The MRC has a library of healthy menus that focus on nutrition and good taste. You have access to recipes like this Shrimp-Stuffed Portobello or this Egg and Bacon Frittata. Food is powerful and it is the gateway to losing weight. You do not have to sacrifice good food. You just have to learn which good foods are the best for you and your weight loss goals.

Support - When You Need It Most

The MRC offers one-on-one coaching, real food programs, hormone-balanced weight loss, and even weight loss programs geared to your DNA. We know that hormones are powerful chemicals that affect mood. They affect many bodily systems including our metabolic rate. Can hormone balance work to help you drop the fat and gain health? Can DNA testing tune you into problems that you face on a cellular level? While what we eat contributes to weight gain, why we eat is just important. If you are sick of dieting only to gain back weight, then consider making a lifestyle change. You can keep delicious healthy food, lose weight, and gain health. Stop by the Metabolic Research Center and check out all of your option for discovering a thinner you.

Resources

[1] Overweight and Obesity Statistics — National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases.

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