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Weight Loss Programs at Atlanta Endocrine Associates

Weight Loss Success Stories

Published Results Show 62 lbs.

Average weight loss for patients after 21 weeks on the HMR diet program. Data collected from three groups of patients treated at the HMR Program, University of Kentucky. HMR's medical research, weight loss, and weight maintenance data have been published in several leading medical and nutritional journals. HMR makes no claim that the results are representative of all patients in the HMR Program.

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Judy's Story

Weight Loss Success Stories - Judy's Story

I made the best decision for my health in 2005 when I attended the orientation class at Atlanta Endocrine Associates . I started Healthy Solutions May 18, 2005. I lost 90 pounds by the next May and am still in the Maintenance program where I have continued to learn how to keep the weight from coming back on.

When I began my blood pressure was elevated and I weighed 242½ pounds, the most I had ever weighed in 54 years!  At the beginning I went on blood pressure medicine but because of my weight loss and exercise regimen, my Primary Care doctor took me off the medicine completely. She said I was a walking testimony that eating right and exercise can make a big difference in your blood pressure.

Dr. Isaacs, the health educators and the staff at AEA have been so supportive, informative and encouraging in the process. I am changing my lifestyle in the way I eat and by incorporating physical activity in my daily routine. I like the disciplined approach in Healthy Solutions. Keeping a food journal and keeping up with calories earned in physical activity will be a part of my life from now on. The accountability of the program, the support of family, fellow classmates and staff make the journey worthwhile. It's exciting to know that I am doing the best thing I can do for my health and well being every day.