The MedTrimMD program comprises of 3 stages including, active weight loss, transition, and maintenance. During the transition and maintenance, your MedtrimMD team will share with you proven strategies to avoid or minimize weight gain.
The MedTrimMD program produces dramatic, safe weight loss through nutritional, behavioral and lifestyle changes rather than through surgical means, in order to help promote overall health and wellness. Some patients also use prescribed medications to assist them in achieving their weight loss goals.
MetTrimMD uses a very low calorie diet (VLCD) strategy which will accomplish a weight loss 2-3 times greater than other conventional diets. The average dieter can expect to lose around 3 to 5 lbs. per week with minimal discomfort and virtually no loss of energy. The New Self program uses a very low calorie diet (VLCD), using calibrated replacement meals and supplements.
Guy Navarra, MD is a Bariatrician. He is a licensed physician who, as a member of the Obesity Medicine Association (OMA), has received special training in the medical treatment of overweight and obesity and its associated conditions. Bariatricians use a comprehensive program of diet, nutrition, exercise, lifestyle changes, and, when indicated, appetite suppressants and other appropriate medications.
Contact information can be found below:
21 Highland Avenue, Suite 6
Newburyport MA, 01950
The MedTrimMD program addresses appetite – a primary patient concern – in several ways:
The providers at Seacoast Medical Associates know how challenging it can be to lose weight and specialize in weight loss for those who have been unsuccessful in other programs. A primary component of their treatment plan is appetite management.
Type 2 diabetics successfully use the MedTrimMD program. As a matter of fact, because this lifestyle plan uses the patient’s unique medical history, metabolism, and body type, the MedTrimMD diet eventually helps certain patients stop using medications for type 2 diabetes.
Many Seacoast Medical Associates patients find that their insurance covers weight loss services. Because policies vary, patients should check with their insurance provider to find out if their treatment is covered.
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