Weight Loss Facts
- What weight loss solutions are provided by Village Health Partners?
We offer an 8-week group weight management course taught by our weight loss doctors and licensed dietician. The courses teach about balanced nutrition, physical activity, goal setting and stress management. Our weight loss doctors, dietician and staff also counsel patients one-on-one to diagnose weight-related health issues and provide medical treatment for healthy lifestyle changes.
- What are the best weight loss tips?
Consistency is key. We recommend consistent physical activity and a balanced diet to reach and maintain a healthy weight. Additional weight loss tips include limiting liquid calorie intake, limiting portion sizes and eating 150-calorie snacks that mix protein and carbohydrates.
- I have diabetes; can you help me lose weight?
We help patients understand and plan for diets and lifestyle changes that specific health issues may require. If you have diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease or any other medical concerns, our weight loss doctors will help you reach and maintain a healthy weight.
- What is a healthy weight?
"Healthy weight" refers to your body’s natural weight, not appearance, when at optimum health and nourishment. Each person’s healthy weight is unique and can be assessed by our weight loss doctors. Assessment takes several factors into consideration including age, sex, body type, bone density, muscle-fat ratio, general health, nutrition, physical activity and height.
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Start getting more nutrition out of your diet by eating nutrient-dense foods and paying attention to calories and portion sizes. Nutrition is key to a balanced diet. It’s an essential part of preventative health and helps you maintain a healthy lifestyle. Poor nutrition and eating habits can lead to high blood pressure, cholesterol and diabetes. Good nutrition and healthy eating habits can lower risk your of disease, help you maintain a stable weight and increase your appetite for life.
What nutrition services are provided by Village Health Partners?
Our medical practice offers on-site diet and nutrition guidance. We can help you address health issues by:
- Adding nutrition to your family meals
- Helping you with your diet and weight loss plan
- Helping you create and instill healthy eating habits
- Signing you up for group fitness/weight loss classes and nutrition seminars.
What is a considered a nutritionally balanced diet?
To enhance your nutrition and create a balanced diet, you need plenty of vegetables, fruit and lean protein, as well as some wheat, dairy and a little fat. It is important to avoid skipping breakfast and overeating.
How many calories should I get a day?
According to the American Diabetes Association, adult males should eat between 2,000 to 2,800 calories a day, and adult females should take in 1,200 calories a day, minimum. Everyone’s body and nutrition needs are unique. However, these numbers are a good guide for a healthy diet. Think of your daily calories and nutrition like your budget: all food items can fit in a balanced diet that adds or subtracts calories as necessary to meet your daily goal.
I have diabetes. Where can I find information to eat healthily?
We specialize in helping patients and their families understand and embrace new eating lifestyles and nutrition requirements that certain health issues may necessitate. Please schedule an appointment with our doctors and nutritionist.
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