As the winter season approaches, many of us look forward to the holiday parties, family gatherings, and the New Year. At the same time, some of us may be dreading the winter season that's full of over-indulgent dinners, spirited beverages ornamented with peppermint sticks, and those irresistible holiday cookies. We may try to be valiant, with plans to eat just a spoonful of Grandma's stuffing and only plan to taste the various pies or cakes when we get to the gathering. The next thing you know, however, you have scarfed down your second helping of everything, with your belly full of food and your mind full of regret. How did that happen, when you don't even remember eating the first bite?
Then you think that's okay, I will make it up after the New Year starts. So you make your resolution as you drink your last glass of highly-caloric good champagne to the lyrics of Auld Lang Syne and vow to never allow your hips to be that big again. Valiantly, you head to the gym in your new After-Christmas-Blow-Out sale sneakers the day after the ball drops, only to be hit with a waiting list to use ANY of the cardio machines or the line into sardine-packed aerobic classes. So many of us weight-challenged folks get so frustrated with the whole exercising/gym procedures and the minimal weight loss, that we may find ourselves giving up entirely after a few weeks or so. Anyone who's ever been loyal to a gym knows that the first day of the New Year is probably THE most crowded with health resolution hopefuls. However, if you watch over a couple months, you find by end of February, there are no longer the strict time limits or the waiting lists. I completely understand and
sympathize whole-heartedly with how hard it is to make
such drastic changes in lifestyle.
At the Waverly Weight Loss clinic, we offer one-on-one
physician support as well as a tri-fold program that includes diet, exercise, and medication (if needed) to get you fit. You will learn how to use the foods you love to achieve your health and weight loss goals. You won't be tied to any pre-packaged meals or powdered foods. You won't be stuck with a one-fits-all diet routine. After all, we all have different goals and different needs. Your goal could be to get off your blood pressure or diabetes medications or to have more energy. Another person may just want to get back into those skinny jeans that were pushed to the back of the closet. Likewise, we don't all want to eat the same foods or have access to the same options. You may need to travel and eat out most of the time or you may have to adhere to certain dietary restrictions. We will work with you, to get on
the path to better health and weight loss success!
For more information, visit: http://www.waverlyweightloss.com