Even if you’re just 10% over your ideal body weight, your risk of high cholesterol, hypertension, kidney disease, and other health issues increases. However, with the help of a board-certified gastroenterologist team, you can get started on a personalized medical weight loss program at Endoscopic Wellness Center of America in Reston, Virginia. No matter how much weight you have to lose — 10, 20, or even100 pounds — our dedicated team can help to reach your goals. Request your consultation through the website, or call the office to speak with a team member directly.
Over 93 million American adults increased cancer risks are considered obese. Because obesity is directly linked to heart disease, Type 2 diabetes, chronic pain, increased cancer risks, and more, the board-certified gastroenterologists at Endoscopic Wellness Center of America in Reston, Virginia, provide integrative treatment solutions.
Losing weight is essential for your overall well-being. You feel better, have more confidence, and may even have more energy if you’re at a healthier weight. But the benefits of weight loss go much deeper. If you lose a moderate amount of weight, such as 5% of your body weight, your risk of the following health issues gradually decreases:
Losing weight can help you lessen your risk of developing these and other serious health issues.
Medical wellness is a collaborative health care approach. Our physicians will discuss with you about your overall health and family medical history.
Whether you’ve struggled with being overweight or obese, your entire life, or just want to increase your fitness levels, Endoscopic Weight Loss Center of America can help.
Use the online scheduler to request your weight loss consultation at Endoscopic Wellness Center of America today. You can also call the facility to schedule your appointment over the phone.
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What causes obesity?
As you may know, having a sedentary lifestyle is known as the leading cause of weight gain. Obesity, however, is about more than a lack of exercise and poor food choices. In many cases, underlying health factors that might be out of your control could be contributing to your weight gain or making it difficult for you to lose weight.
For example, if you inherit certain genetics that impacts how your body stores fat and how it’s distributed, your risk of being obese is higher. Obesity is also positively correlated with:
Occasionally, prescription medications affect your metabolism and can lead to weight gain, too. Because of these underlying issues, obesity management isn’t something you should handle alone.