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2013-11-03T14:53:00Z OBGYN nwitimes.com
November 03, 2013 2:53 pm

Everyone knows that eating right and staying in shape are important for overall health. But hectic schedules, work deadlines, and the demands of being a wife and mom make it difficult for many women. Whether you suffer from a lifestyle-related chronic disease or simply struggle to eat right and exercise more, the Healthy Transformation Program can help.

Healthy Transformation isn’t a diet; it’s a therapeutic lifestyle-change and disease-reduction program. While weight loss often occurs, it's secondary to the primary goal of helping you achieve and maintain a healthy body composition (lean-muscle-to-fat ratio) that improves your health, helps you manage disease, and reduces your risk of more serious conditions.

As Dr. Jennifer Murphy explains, “We recognized that fad diets helped some of our patients with rapid weight loss, but did not address the root problem. We reviewed multiple programs and chose Healthy Transformation because it is based on extensive scientific research and also addresses the long term goal of keeping the weight off and reducing inflammation, the cornerstones of longevity and anti-aging.” Research shows that many of the chronic diseases can be reversed by lifestyle choices. These diseases include heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, stroke, metabolic syndrome, osteoarthritis, Alzheimer’s disease, stress-related disorders, and osteoporosis. “The baseline case study for the Healthy Transformation Program showed success in 92 out of 100 patients, where participants lost 7.5% body fat and retained lean body mass in just over 4 weeks,” says Dr. Murphy.

While most diets focus on not eating, Healthy Transformation emphasizes the need to eat and helps you achieve a lifestyle where you eat the right kinds of foods. It’s a low-glycemic plan based on the latest scientific evidence to help you maintain stable blood sugar and high energy levels. As Dr. Crystal Strickland explains, “The Healthy Transformation program uses “medical foods,” which are FDA regulated, and therefore, it can only be administered by a licensed healthcare practitioner.”

“The program’s focus on ‘medical foods’ is tailored to address the unique nutritional needs of each patient.” Dr. Strickland adds, “We chose Healthy Transformation because of the extensive scientific research behind the plan’s ability to produce long-term results for our patients.”

Obstetrical & Gynecological Associates, Inc. will kick off their initial Healthy Transformation Group on November 14, 2013. Spaces will be limited, so call their office at 219 462 6144 or send a message via their website www.weunderstandwomen.com today to learn more and reserve your spot in this life-changing program for improved health, anti-aging, and longevity.

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