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Make This the Year That You Attain and Maintain Your Goal Weight With Our Help

You may have been trying for years to lose weight, making the same resolution each new year: to lose those last pesky pounds and achieve your weight loss goals once and for all. Yet each year, you find that your weight remains higher than you’d like. You may have even gained weight last year, despite your best intentions.

Let the compassionate professionals at Living Water Clinic guide you toward real and lasting weight loss this year. With our primary care team’s support, you can finally reach your weight loss goals while avoiding potentially harmful crash diets.

We successfully support patients who need help with weight loss management from our locations in Porterville, Visalia, and Lindsay, California, both in person and through our telemedicine services. Here’s what you should know about how you can attain — and maintain — your goal weight with our help.

Why haven’t your past diets worked?

Most people who are overweight or obese have made at least one attempt at weight loss at some point in the past. You might have tried many different diets. But your attempts all seem to end in failure, whether the weight came right back or you never saw significant results at all. You may even be heavier than when you first started trying to lose weight.

While weight loss might seem like a simple matter of willpower, in reality, the way your body gains and loses weight is complex. Multiple factors — like genetics, metabolism, and even your hormones — can get in the way of your weight loss goals. And with harmful crash diets, you risk making the problem worse and causing damage to your metabolism and long-term health and wellness.

Professional help for real results

Instead of making another weight loss attempt alone, reach out for professional help and support from Living Water Clinic this year. If you can successfully lose weight, you can improve your blood pressure and cholesterol, and reduce your risk of Type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Even moderate weight loss can have a significant positive impact on your health.

We can help you tackle your weight loss in multiple ways. We start by examining your physical health and personal health history, and then put together a customized weight loss plan.

You benefit from personalized diet and exercise plans, emotional support and counseling, and ongoing professional supervision. If you’re a good candidate, we may also prescribe medications to help adjust your appetite.

With healthy and sustainable weight loss goals, you can take charge of improving your health and wellness this year. To learn more about your weight loss support options, contact Living Water Clinic today. Schedule your initial consultation appointment online, or call now.

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