According to The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition,* less than 20% of overweight individuals are successful at long-term weight loss. During a landmark research study 80% of the men and women who initially lost over 10% of their body fat had gained their lost weight back. At Dr. Rogers Centers (a top Weight Loss Clinic in San Antonio) , we understand how frustrating this can be for someone who has experienced yo-yo dieting. Our focus is not only to help you lose weight, but keep it off for good through behavior, education, and accountability.
Dr. Tamyra Rogers is often asked, “What is the best diet?” and her answer is, “the diet you can stay on.” While it may seem obvious, planning for success has many layers. It includes understanding how to make wise food choices at home, in social settings, and at work. It also involves knowing how to work out effectively, for what duration and intensity.
Our medical weight loss programs include low carbohydrate meal plans, monitored lab work, weekly visits with a nutritionist and lipotropic injections. Our fitness experts also take into consideration V02 function through a specific test that monitors your optimal metabolic exercise performance. We feel this knowledge helps you work out smarter, not harder.
Clinical Manager, Nichole Ulibarri explains, “99% of our patients achieve weight loss. We attribute this success to our team genuinely getting to know our weight loss patients and their health concerns. We chart a path for not only weight loss, but overall wellness. ”
When you decide to lose weight, our teams at our San Antonio clinics located on Redland Rd. and at The Dominion are there to support your weight loss goals with actionable results. Dr. Rogers Centers medically supervised programs in San Antonio is the top weight loss program with a 99% success rate. Let us provide you with a lifestyle change to reach your weight loss goals. Come in for a FREE assessment by filling out our contact form today! https://drrogerscenters.com/weight-loss/overview/
Reference: The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Volume 82, Issue 1, July 2005, Pages 222S–225S, https://doi.org/10.1093/ajcn/82.1.222S