One of the most common concerns our patients routinely discuss are issues with excess weight. In addition to feeling less attractive with the excess weight, excess body fat affects your health.
An excess in body mass is associated with numerous metabolic conditions including early diabetes, heart disease, cancers and almost every medical condition with inflammation.
One of the most common reasons for weight gain is hormonal imbalances that can occur with menopause, low testosterone, low thyroid, adrenal imbalances or nutritional deficiencies. All of these conditions can contribute to weight gain and body fat that is almost impossible to lose without correcting the hormonal imbalance along with a good comprehensive weight loss plan. For a weight loss program to be successful a solid detoxification and hormonal balance program must be in place.
Dr. Samra-Latif Estafan does not implement a one-size fits all approach to weight loss. She incorporates a comprehensive approach to weight loss and as a result offers individualized programs tailored to the client. Often this starts with a detox program followed by food sensitivity testing, then metabolic and hormonal balancing. Unless underlying causes are addressed any weight loss is usually temporary and unsatisfactory in the long run.
Our hormone modulated based programs assists in the detoxification process and re-setting of the metabolism rate and fat storage. The programs not only target stored fat, but also prevent muscle or bone density loss during all of our medically supervised weight loss programs. We use many different metabolic boosters to help you with your weight loss.
We offer many different weight loss programs but the most popular is the HCG program. The hCG Weight Loss Program is a method that incorporates a low calorie diet and promoting the burning of fat through use of human chorionic gonadotropin, or hCG. This is not a method you should attempt alone, and doctor supervision is strongly encouraged to ensure safety during the procedure. Described over 60 years ago, using small amounts of the hormone and physician monitoring, average weight loss in the first month is 17.4 lbs.