Embrace the Motivation to Lose

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When it comes to a sustainable, healthy lifestyle change, the Medi-Weightloss program from Mirabile M.D. is proof that everything old is new again.


The absolute best, sustainable diet is one you can maintain long-term—and is only one piece of a healthy lifestyle.

But if on January 1 you made a resolution to lose weight or alter eating habits and six weeks later, perhaps after trying a trendy diet or going it alone, you’ve lost the steam and motivation to continue toward your goal, you’re not alone.

It’s estimated that less than ten percent of New Year’s resolutions are actually achieved. There are many reasons that people abandon weight-loss aspirations, with lack of accountability at the top. Apps are great, food journals are wonderful, smart watches telling you to get up from your chair and move are novel, but the strategic piece that’s absent from many strategies to shed pounds is the human element.

Accountability—a real person to be your motivator, cheerleader, advisor, and confidante—is the missing ingredient in most of the weight-loss pitches on the market.

Serving up a decade of results

Mirabile M.D. Beauty, Health and Wellness has offered Medi-Weightloss® for ten years and for good reason.  Founder and Medical Director James Mirabile, M.D., FACOG, researched many weight-loss options for patients and found Medi-Weightloss to be effective, reputable, and based on real results.

The program has helped local patients lose over 80,000 pounds through a proven, realistic, and workable method that combines weekly support, ketogentic nutrition, and medical supervision.  The three phases of Medi-Weightloss—Acute, Short-Term Maintenance, and Wellness—are specifically designed to help you reach your goals and maintain your loss for a lifetime, not a nanosecond.

Developing a mindset geared toward healthy eating habits, exercise and nutrition, all with a team to help keep you on track, is the Medi-Weightloss foundation and is essential to weight-loss success, according to Dr. Mirabile.

“Medi-Weightloss works because it encourages people to approach the idea of losing weight from an entirely new perspective,” Dr. Mirabile says. “So many people think that weight loss is something you do by yourself when, in fact, having a support team has proven to have a positive impact on end results.”

On average, Medi-Weightloss patients lose 7 pounds the first week, and then 2 to 3 pounds each week for the first month.

“Our Medi-Weightloss patients are motivated by not only the first week’s loss, but the consistent loss they experience as they follow the program,” Dr. Mirabile stresses. “And our team is there every step of the way to advise and support them in a private setting.”

Try this on for size: the average BMI

Forget the popularity contest that “losing weight” wins when New Year’s resolutions come around. Plenty of people make the declaration that “this is the year I’m going to lose weight and get in shape,” but as a collective society, progress is sketchy at best.

While the diet industry earnings are ballooning, so are waistlines, according to the CDC, which monitors adult and childhood obesity in the U.S.  and calls it a “common, serious and costly epidemic.” Body mass index, commonly known as BMI, is a measure of body fat based on height and weight. The resulting measurement can provide an easy-to-determine benchmark about whether a person is at the correct weight for their height.

“Over the past decade, the average adult BMI body mass index expanded from 24 to 27,” Dr. Mirabile says. “We consider 25 to 29 as overweight. Obesity affects about 93 million U.S. adults and continues to escalate. Being overweight leads to so many other health risks and conditions. It’s a vicious cycle.”

Crystal lost 63 pounds and decreased her BMI by 11 points.
Crystal lost 63 pounds and decreased her BMI by 11 points.

The One That Works

It’s a bold statement, but Medi-Weightloss has the numbers to support the success it’s had in helping people transform their lives.  Continually evolving to reflect new research on nutrition and other elements that affect people’s weight, the program incorporates tried-and-true methods. Medi-Weightloss has never been considered a fad, but a solid philosophy in sustainable weight loss.

“Since I made Medi-Weightloss available to patients, I’ve seen countless trendy diets that claim to help people lose weight,” he says. “In fact, this is the time of year when we see new patients frustrated that their good-intentioned jumpstart at the beginning of the year has fizzled out.”

IN Kansas City Reader Offer — Lose for Life

Come in for a complimentary Medi-Weightloss assessment and learn how successful weight loss can transform your life and health. Join the program by 3/31/20 and receive 20% off your initial visit.

For more information on the spectrum of services offered, visit online at mirabilemd.com.

Mirabile M.D. Beauty, Health & Wellness
4550 W 109th Street (I-435 & Roe)

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