You Can Achieve Significant Weight Loss – Without Surgery
Are you still struggling to lose 20-50 stubborn pounds despite trying to eat right and experimenting with diet plans and exercise trends? If so, we have a solution that can help you finally lose that weight. It is FDA-approved and has helped more than 220,000 people around the world. And, it is now available for the first time in Utah at the Lone Peak Surgery Center in Draper.
This two-part weight loss solution includes a simple, non-surgical procedure that features a soft, pliable intragastric balloon. The physician administers a mild sedative, inserts the deflated balloon through a person's mouth and into the stomach. It is then filled with a safe saline solution until it's about the size of a grapefruit. By taking up space, the balloon temporarily limits the amount of food that the person can comfortably eat.
This is not a surgery; in fact, it does not involve general anesthesia and there are no incisions to heal. The entire outpatient procedure usually takes about 20 or 30 minutes and most people go home the same day. During the next six months, the weight loss balloon helps people to gain better portion control. Then the balloon is deflated and removed through another quick non-surgical procedure.
Part two features a personalized coaching program complete with a support team. The physician, a physician assistant, dieticians and exercise trainers teach people how to maintain the weight loss they achieved and drop more pounds if they choose. The program is specifically designed to help participants establish healthier eating habits, a reasonable exercise routine, and long-term weight loss.
Studies have shown that the average person loses three times more weight with the two-part program than with diet and exercise alone. Most important, this non-surgical solution can serve as a preventive measure that helps people to stop the progression of gaining weight and becoming morbidly obese.
This two-part program is an exceptional option for people who have a body mass index of 30 to 40 and need to lose 20-50 pounds. However, patients with a higher BMI can be individually evaluated to determine whether the procedure is medically appropriate for them.
If this new weight loss solution sounds like it might help you, learn more by calling.
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