Weight & Nutrition Therapy

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Weight & Nutrition Therapy at Seaside Medical Practice

Weight management at Seaside consists of a physician-directed, evidence-based approach to managing weight through a combination of nutritional guidance, fixing up the diet with healthy, wholesome organic foods and avoidance of heavily processed foods, exercise recommendations, and medication management.

Weight reduction through development of a practice choosing balanced, wholesome organic foods, and avoidance of heavily processed and unhealthy foods.weight and nutrition therapy

FDA-approved medications for weight loss such as: Contrave, Saxenda Injection, Belviq, Phentermine/Topamax combo (Qsymia), HCG, injection and others.med adherence

Hormone optimization for management of weight including thyroid, testosterone metformin HGH

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