Customized WEIGHT Managment Program

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Proven results by expert in metabolic medince, Allison Haughton Green, M.D., F.A.A.P.

Clinical Bariatrician
Board Certified Pediatrician

 

Welcome!

We would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to the Orlando Institute of Weight Management and Metabolic Medicine. We are delighted that you have chosen us to assist you with your weight loss needs

Our Approach

Our approach is a medically-proven Three-Step Program specifically structured to meet your individual weight loss goals. First you will enter the Aggressive Weight Loss Step where we will restore your proper insulin levels and restrict your diet for rapid, safe weight loss. During the Educational Step, you will be re-introduced to healthy carbohydrates in preparation for the final step. Permanent Lifestyle Change, the final step, is structured so you will maintain your goal weight.

In your initial evaluation, you will receive an extensive medical examination by Dr. Green or one of her colleagues here at the center. It will include a detailed physical, a complete metabolic laboratory panel and an EKG. Additionally, you will receive an individualized and concise regiment of nutritional supplements, moderate exercise, appetite suppressants and/or fillers.

Since your progress is medically supervised, a weekly office visit is required for the duration of the first and second step of the program in order to monitor your progress and ensure your success. Permanent weight loss is our goal for you and we are committed to assisting you in reaching this goal safely and quickly.

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Featured Articles
American Heart AssociationAmerican Heart Association

Obesity is now recognized as a major risk factor for coronary disease, which can lead to heart attack. Obesity raises blood cholesterol and triglyceride levels; lowers HDL "good" cholesterol; and raises blood pressure levels.

-American Heart Association

The Mayo ClinicThe Mayo Clinic

The increasing incidence of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease is associated with rising rates of obesity. Experts estimate that aboyut two-thirds of obese adults and half of obese children may have fatty livers.

-The Mayo Clinic

American Diabetes AssociationAmerican Diabetes Association

Research shows that you can lower your risk for Type 2 Diabeters by 58% by: Losing 7% of your body weight (or 15 pounds if you weight 200 pounds); and Excersicing moderatly (such as brisk walking) 30 minutes a day five ays a week.

-American Diabetes Association


 

 Customized WEIGHT & HEALTH program

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Customized Weight Loss Program

  • Medical consultation, physical exam and laboratory testing
  • Nutritional plan proven to burn fat and curb cravings
  • Safe and effective appetite suppressants
  • Supplemental injections
  • Exercise program goals
  • Weekly monitored visits

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Learning Phase

  • Weekly supervision and guidance
  • Supplemental injections
  • Introduction to healthy lifestyle

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Long-term lifestyle change to maintain goal weight

  • Continued support and guidance
  • Supplemental injections
  • Ongoing lifestyle training
  • Monthly monitored visits

Set an appointment today and discover how our program can improve your life as it has for so many of our patients.

Wishing You Success,
Allison L. Haughton-Green, M.D., FAAP
and the Entire Staff of the Orlando Institute of Weight Management and Metabolic Medicine