Hormone-Assisted Weight Loss in Safety Harbor, FL
Weight gain (and the inability to lose it) is a problem that plagues millions of Americans. The quickest, cheapest, best-tasting food is also typically the worst for you. Unfortunately, finding balance and moderation is not always easy.
Are any of these troubling you?
- Love handles
- Excess fat
- Sleep apnea
- Back pain
- Joint pain
All of these issues and more can come with weight gain. It often seems like there’s a new fad diet or miracle pill each week. With all the buzz and the hype circling the newest weight loss trends, finding solutions you can trust is a nearly impossible task. It’s time to stop worrying about issues like these and focus on the root of the problem.
The answer to your weight loss needs may come from within!
Let’s Talk About Hormones
There are three major hormonal players contributing to your weight. Insulin is a hormone produced in the pancreas which breaks food into glucose (sugars) as it digests. What it doesn’t use is stored as fat. When the body isn’t producing enough insulin, you gain weight and put yourself at risk for conditions like type 2 diabetes .
Triiodothyronine and thyroxine are produced in the thyroid gland and can have a significant impact on the rate of your metabolism (as well as a wide variety of other bodily functions). If your thyroid gets sluggish , the production of these hormones slows and drags your metabolism down with it.
Hormones for Weight Loss
Hormone replacement therapy is a procedure in which the levels of imbalanced hormones’ are measured and then corrected. Balancing your hormones can kick start the body’s metabolism and restore its abilities to properly break down sugars and eliminate excess fat.
Request more information about Hormone-Assisted Weight Loss Treatment today! Call (727) 826-0838 or contact Dr. Tracie Leonhardt online.
Peaks of Health Metabolic Medical Center
Address1120 S Belcher Rd
Largo, FL 33771
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Tue: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Wed: 7:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thu: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Fri: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm