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Why Wait Until the New Year? Start Your Personalized Weight Loss Program Now

Why Wait Until the New Year? Start Your Personalized Weight Loss Program Now

Every year on January 1, millions of Americans make New Year’s resolutions. And every year, one of the most popular resolutions is to get healthier — in fact, one 2019 survey found that 48% of Americans resolved to lose weight, 54% resolved to eat healthier, and 59% resolved to exercise more in the coming year.

Committing to New Year’s resolutions is great. But if your goal is to shed those extra pounds once and for all, why wait until the New Year?

At Endocrine Associates of West Village, our weight loss experts are ready to help you get started now. We specialize in custom, medically supervised weight loss programs to deliver results and keep you motivated longer. Here’s what you need to know.

Making a New Year’s resolution doesn’t guarantee success

New Year’s resolutions are a time-honored tradition. Whether your goal is to get healthy, save money, try new things, or do something else entirely, you’re certainly not alone. A new year signals a fresh start, and many people are inspired to make positive life changes.

Unfortunately, research shows that setting goals at the start of the new year doesn’t mean you’ll achieve them. In fact, 80% of resolutions are abandoned by February. You might hit the gym for the first few weeks of the year, but that motivation usually fades. Soon, the goal is forgotten entirely.

Boost your results with a personalized weight loss program

If you’re ready to make healthy changes, don’t wait for an arbitrary date on the calendar. Schedule a weight loss consultation with our team now, and start achieving those goals sooner.

Our weight loss program is a comprehensive solution to help you get healthier and shed extra pounds. We start with a complete health evaluation and customize your program for your body and goals.

Health check

A variety of health factors affect your weight. Before recommending a weight loss plan, we do a physical exam, review your medical history, and order blood tests to identify any conditions that could limit your ability to lose weight.

Our endocrinologists review your results, then use that information to develop a weight loss plan for you.

Nutrition guidance

Our registered dietician educates you about healthy eating and the importance of calorie deficits to lose weight. They work with you to develop a meal plan that fits your lifestyle and offer tips to make sticking to the plan easier. 

Exercise guidance

Our physical trainer evaluates your fitness level and asks questions about the types of activity you enjoy. Together, you develop an exercise routine that’s fun, so you’re more likely to stay engaged and keep working out.

Accountability and support

To achieve lasting weight loss, you need to eat right and exercise regularly, but success often requires more than that. When you participate in our weight loss program, you get personalized support from experts and the accountability you need to stick to your goals.

This personalized approach means you’re more likely to see results and maintain motivation for success that continues well after the New Year is passed. Contact Endocrine Associates of West Village online or call our office in Long Island City or New York, New York, to get started today.

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