Are you diabetic or worried about becoming diabetic? Particularly with Type II diabetes? Are you on multiple medications? Are you frustrated with your condition? Do you have complications from diabetes: heart problems, infections, neuropathies?
Want to lose weight, or just simply want to get off your medications?
Do not worry, we can help. We have programs designed specifically for diabetics.
If you want to learn more about our diabetic programs give us a call (904) 222-8500 and we would be more than happy to explain this program to you.
You can lose the weight and Live a Healthy and Enjoyable Lifestyle without the struggle.
Weight loss can seem impossible and frustrating no matter how hard you try when you have diabetes. With diabetes there is a physiologic reason for this. Do not blame yourself. We educate you on the simple facts of the diabetic condition and once you learn “why” this is the case: You Will Succeed.
All diabetics are seen on a weekly basis as needed for no extra fee. We will get you on the right track. As well, one of our trained staff will be your “Program Coach” and will guide you through the process.
We will give you a diet and wellness plan and schedule weekly visits to monitor your blood sugar levels, decrease your medication dependence and deal with any special issues. There is no additional charge for these additional visits or for your Program Coach – Our goal for you is your health and wellness, not your wallet or pocketbook.
At each visit we make clinical assessments, give you a B12 injection and slowly decrease medications, carbohydrates and calories.
As it relates to diabetic weight loss – We are a resource for you and your primary care physician here in Jacksonville, Orange Park and all of northeast Florida: Fleming Island, Ponte Vedra Beach, St. Johns County and Green Cove Springs.
Common sense about the Type 2 diabetes condition suggests that it can be controlled. In most cases diabetes is a symptom of lifestyle and obesity. Recent research shows the same – See: Type-2-diabetes-weight-loss-Newcastle-University-study (For original research article, see: Type 2 Diabetes: The Pathologic Basis of Reversible β-Cell Dysfunction)… So, it is probably better to consider diabetes as a “condition” related to weight and not a “disease” as most people and physicians think of it. Note that individual responses to weight loss will vary in terms of diabetes.