After 4 months of Dr. Oksana Aron, M.D. WeightLossNYC program I have lost 30 pounds from 220 to 190. There was a lot of struggle at first experimenting with a regular healthy diet plan but with the help and guidance of Dr. Aron I’m now on the right track of a regular daily regimen of fresh vegetables, fruit and whole grains with plenty of fiber. My goal is to lose another 20 pound and get back to a healthy weight of 170, and a 33 inch waist.
I would like to start and say Thank You Dr Aron without you and my excerising I would have not been able to lose my weight. You do feel so different as a person when you can achieve an goal without having surgery. Dr Aron went over what you can or cannot eat. It might be hard in the being but trust me your mind and body will get used to it. Give it 2 weeks and if you can follow through the rest is easy. I was referred to Dr Aron through an friend and been going to her since and I live by JFK airport and I make that trip to see her because it’s worth it for me. If you want to lose the weight without the surgery come and see Dr Aron. Trust me it works. Thank You Dr Aron and the staff.
With reduced caloric intake, it is essential that nutrition improves to account for the reduction in food quantity.
Digestive enzymes break down ingested food into usable proteins, fats and carbohydrates to provide nutrition and healthy metabolic processes. With aging or illness, digestive processes may also decline, leading to nutritional deficiencies and inflammatory conditions.
Digestive enzymes are classified based on their target substrates:
Lipases split fatty acids into fats and oils.
Proteases and peptidases split proteins into small peptides and amino acids.
Amylases split carbohydrates such as starch and sugars into simple sugars such as glucose.
Nucleases split nucleic acids into nucleotides.
A special formulation of 8 natural digestive enzymes which helps to supplement these important enzymes that play a vital role in digestive health:
Natural sources of Digestive Enzymes
Several natural sources of digestive enzymes are beneficial to our health.
These natural sources of digestive enzymes aid in the efficient digestion process and may also provide other health benefits due to their fiber content and micronutrient value.
Fruits and vegetables such as papaya and pineapple contain proteolytic enzymes that help break down proteins into smaller compounds for easier digestion.
Fermented foods contain lactase which is an enzyme that helps digest lactose, such as yogurt, sauerkraut, and kimchi.
Honey is a popular source of amylase — an enzyme that breaks starch down into simple sugars.
Different types of Digestive Enzymes
Knowing what types of enzymes are available can be a helpful tool when looking into how to break down the best food you consume.
Amylase helps break down carbohydrates, and are released from the pancreas and small intestine, aiding in the digestion of starches, such as bread, cereals, and pasta.
Betaine helps break down fats and is found in foods like beef, eggs, and dairy products and assists in proper digestion these types of foods.
Bromelain, found in pineapple, helps break down complex proteins allowing us to benefit from their component nutrients.
Diastase, also produced by the pancreas, helps break down complex carbohydrates, and helps us absorb and properly utilize these types of carbs.
Papain is a digestive enzyme derived from the papaya plant that helps break down proteins. Papain helps us to digest meats, poultry, and fish easily.
Pancreatin is another digestive enzyme that helps break down proteins, carbohydrates, and fats. Pancreatin is produced by the pancreas, aiding our bodies in breaking down these essential nutrients.
Pepsin is one of the main digestive enzymes which helps digest the proteins in food. Pepsin breaks down proteins into smaller parts to enable absorption into the body.
Additional Digestive Enzymes
Cellulase is essential for breaking down cellulose fiber found in many plant-based foods and extracting nutrients.
Lactase breaks down the milk sugar lactose. Some people have trouble digesting dairy products and lactase supplementation can help reduce symptoms.
Proteases also break down proteins to be used as essential building blocks for many processes in the body.
Lipase targets fats, helping us both extract necessary energy from them and break them down into forms we can use more effectively.
To see some weight loss results, exercise and healthy eating go hand in hand. If you’ve never been athletic, there’s still hope--because even just a little bit of exercise can do wonders for your health and weight loss goals. Here’s how.
Easy does it
You don’t need to be a marathon runner. In fact, you’re better off jogging and doing moderate exercise if you want to lose weight. The best part? All you need to do is exercise a few times a week to get some traction in your weight loss scheme.
Check out these facts:
You may live longer
Specifically, an encouraging 2012 study of 52,656 American adults found that those who ran 1 to 20 miles per week at an average pace of about 10 or 11 minutes per mile … lived longer, on average, than sedentary adults. They also lived longer than the group (admittedly small) who ran more than 20 miles per week.
You can lose more weight
In one study in Denmark, a group of overweight men lost more weight when they exercised moderately for 30 minutes several times per week compared with men who worked out twice as long. They also ate less than the men who exercised more.
You can have more energy
In the same study, those who exercised longer sat around more during the rest of the day than those who exercised moderately. Those who exercised for 30 minutes a day seemed to be more energized.
Moving around, stretching and being more active during the day all add up! Even if you are active for 10 minutes a few times per day, a few days per week, that counts as exercise too--and every little bit helps.
Just do it
The whole point is to not sit around too much being inactive, watching TV or using the computer. Find new ways of doing things (typing while standing, playing with the kids outside more or walking upstairs more often) to burn those extra calories. You’ll not only lose the weight, you’ll also get to enjoy life more when you improve your lifestyle and extend the number of days you get to live!
Make Your Move
Get actionable tips and support structures for weight loss from Dr. Oksana Aron Medical Weight Loss Center in Brooklyn NYC. A licensed bariatric specialist physician, she’ll set you straight on what you need to eat and do to lose up to 10 to 20 pounds of more each month. Call 718-491-5525 or book online for your initial consultation.
If you rarely ever get physical, you may want to take a look at the facts from a recent study of 17,000 men over a 20-year period. Read a few key findings connecting cardiovascular health and cancer; your life may depend on it. Staying fit improves survival rates of male cancers:
Lung and Colorectal cancer rates were reduced by 68% and 38%, respectively, for men who had the highest levels of cardiovascular fitness.
Risk for Prostate Cancer among men with cardiovascular fitness did not experience a reduced risk of prostate cancer, but they did have a significantly lower risk of death from prostate cancer, lung and colorectal cancer if they were fit in middle age.
Even one metabolic equivalent increase (increasing the amount of energy used while resting when you increase the intensity of physical activity) reduced the risk of dying from cancer and cardiovascular disease by 14% and 23%, respectively.
Stay fit, live longer
The study supports the idea that staying active can help you not only enjoy a healthier lifestyle, but you can also have a better chance of escaping or surviving cancer. It’s never to late to get started.
Even men who aren’t considered obese but are overweight are at a higher risk of developing cancer. This highlights the importance of working with a specialist who can make sure your health, weight, diet and fitness level are right where they should be.
… It could lead to a much higher mortality risk for you, too
”Adult children of mothers who were overweight or obese had up to a 90% higher risk of dying from heart disease or stroke compared with peers born to mothers who were not overweight or obese, a study indicated. The results were presented at the American Heart Association meeting.”
Get the latest information on medical weight loss and health tips from Oksana Aron, M.D. at WeightLossNYC™. Her medical weight loss program has helped thousands of New Yorkers lose weight where other methods did not.
There is no shortage of diet names to confuse us all. We want to be healthy and want to go beyond just a gimmick or trend. Dr Aron surely knows fact from fad, she prescribes diets to all her patients. So here are some simple facts about what makes a diet healthy, and why it should matter to you.
“Diet is the single most significant risk factor for disability and premature death.” — American Family Physician
Well … That seems like a pretty good reason to care about your diet.
Across the board evaluation of clinically viable food plans favor higher percentage of vegetables, limiting sugars, and replacing processed grains with whole grain sources. Important to note is that juices are not considered a proper replacement for real fruits and vegetables due to their higher glycemic index and loss of healthy fiber in processing. Likewise, potatoes fall into the carb camp not as veggies.
Making the proper substitutions can be challenging yet the clinical outcomes are meaningful in that your diet can push back on risk factors for cardio-vascular diseases, high blood pressure, obesity, and of course, diabetes.
What to do next
Fundamentally, maintaining proper nutrition is key, via proper balanced diet and appropriate food choices. Dr Aron can advise you of any items you are not sure if suitable for your weight loss progress as well as for your life.
Visit her medical practice at WeightLossNYC.com to learn more.
Sources: American Family Physician; Twitter author jokes
Our bodies are made of complex systems that constantly control and self-regulate countless aspects including temperature, heart rate, blood pressure, and hunger…
Ghrelin: from the acronym GHR (“growth hormone-releasing peptide”) + -lin (common hormone suffix), with an incidental pun on prefix greh- (“to grow”) and English growling.
The Hunger Game
As we have blogged before, ghrelin is a powerful protein that our bodies use to signal hunger to the brain, a naturally produced hormone which we can indirectly affect by application of some good habits.
Medical weight loss addresses the hunger factor to help you reduce cravings and shed weight naturally by the body’s natural pathways. The benefits of losing weight may be obvious, yet worth considering some of the less familiar aspects as well.
Team up with Dr Aron and WeightLossNYC.com as your guides and colleagues to weight loss success. Another patient review here
I have had more success than I have ever seen…
“My girlfriend and I have been going to Dr Aron for 2 months and have seen great results. I have lost 30 pounds and my girlfriend lost 12 pounds. Dr Aron and her staff are very professional and caring. I am so happy that I started going to Dr Aron. It is a commitment to lose weight but with the support and guidance from Dr Aron I was able to get back to my ideal weight. If you want results I would highly recommend you go to see Dr Aron.”
— Bledar, Brooklyn, New York : ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 5/5 stars
Why go it alone? Partner up with a pal — or your partner — and support each other in the process of losing weight.
Get Active Now
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Every moment we have a choice: to have the results we want in life, or instead to have the excuses why we don’t. What are your personal motivators? Improve your health? Feel more fit? Regain your figure? Work with medical weight loss Dr Aron to bring the future you want, closer to you today.
Lose Weight at Your Own Pace
Vegetarian patient review:
“I have lost more than 30 lbs by going to the WeightlossNYC.
When I first went to the Center, during my first appointment my weight and measurements were taken, I was given a blood test and a complete assessment consultation.
During the months that I have been going, I’ve had my ups and downs with my weight loss journey due to my trying to balance a stressful life. However, I have never felt judged or been reprimanded by Dr. Aron. I’ve complained enough to her how stressful my life is, due my job.
She’s always found time to listen and give me helpful tips. I have been losing gradually, at my own pace. She has not made me feel like I need to lose the weight very fast. She and her staff are very nice. There have been times when I stop going for a few weeks because of a lack of time, they’ve always welcomed me back.
Another thing I like about Dr. Aron is the fact that she’s open about your personal choice regarding your weight loss. When I first started with her, she had recommend that I reduce my calorie intake to what I thought was too low for me. I didn’t think I could handle the level, as I am a vegetarian, she worked with me to find come up with a more suitable level of daily calorie intake that I could deal with. She is supportive of her patients and open to suggestions from them.
She’s a great person. I whole-heartedly recommend the Center.”
— Dominique, Brooklyn, New York : ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 5/5 stars
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Tomatoes are a very popular fruit, or vegetable… No matter how you slice it they are a very versatile and nutritious ingredient that can be enjoyed raw or cooked in so many ways including juice and sauces, grilled, and in salads. Also the variety of tomatoes from heath beefsteak to pop sized cherry bites give all the more encouragement to include them in your diet.
Some fun facts
One cup of tomatoes can provide:
8 percent of your recommended daily fiber intake
15 percent of your daily B6
12 percent of your iron
Sorry oranges! One tomato can provide 28 percent of your vitamin C for the day
Cooking tomatoes can provide the highest levels of lycopene, a nutrient known for many essential health benefits
Hydration too: fresh tomato juice can provide antioxidant benefits, just caution on high sodium store bought brands. Eating raw tomatoes also can fill you up due to the high water content.
Adding cooked lentils to your tomato sauce can provide much needed protein (about 9 grams per half cup lentils) as well as iron. This also aids in making a heartier, more filling sauce without the negatives of other means.
Lightly cooked kale adds a big nutritional boost to any dish. Including into your tomato sauce a few minutes before serving can rock your vitamins A, C, And selenium, plus dozens more antioxidant flavonoids
You want to lose weight—and fast. You’re willing to try almost any weight loss product promising a miracle, but will it work? And more importantly, is it safe?
FTC cracks down on false weight loss claims
Looks like the Federal Trade Commission is cracking down on companies hawking weight loss products with bogus claims and here’s what’s happening right now.
Products that the FTC says are making false claims include Sensa and a “slimming” body cream by L’Occitane. The FTC is also working to get consumers their money back for purchasing such products and is going to urge the companies to stop the false advertising.
Some common false claims:
Eat whatever you want and still lose weight
No diet or exercise required
Just take this pill and you’ll lose weight
Where’s the miracle?
“The chances of being successful at substantial weight loss just by sprinkling something on your food, rubbing creams on your body or just using a supplement, well, they’re slim to none” — Jessica Rich, Director of the FTC Bureau of Consumer Protection
There are no miracle weight loss pills, no matter what those companies try to get you to believe. Buying these supplements from unscrupulous sources online without a doctor’s supervision is dangerous. Not only do they not work—they could cause you serious harm or even death.
Your best option is to work with a medical weight loss doctor who can advise you safely on what your body needs in order to lose weight.
Are you Overweight? Do you want to lose weight?
Find out how to lose weight fast and in a safe manner by speaking with licensed bariatric physician Dr. Aron.To schedule your first appointment, give us a call at 718-491-5525 or visit WeightLossNYC.com
What’s in your brown bag for lunch? While packing a lunch can be difficult (a sandwich again?!), here’s one idea to switch things up a bit and lose weight: eating avocado with your lunch can aid weight loss. Here’s how:
An Avocado a Day Keeps the Hunger Away
Consuming up a half of an avocado can help you feel as much as 26% more satisfied and can even keep you from wanting to reach for an afternoon snack later on in the day, according to a study published in Nutrition Journal. Those in the study reported a:
40% decreased desire to eat 3 hours after lunch, and
28% decreased desire to eat 5 hours later
Just a little avocado a day can go a long way in eating a healthy diet without overeating.
What’s in an Avocado
A whole avocado contains 250 calories and 23 grams of fat, most of which is healthy monounsatured fat, which can reduce bad cholesterol levels. It may even be helpful in regulating blood sugar levels, which has yet to be investigated.
Any way you slice it, avocados can be healthy for you and boost your weight loss efforts. Try some in a healthy green salad or spruce up a boring sandwich with it and notice the difference.
Want to lose weight fast?
Become our next success story at WeightLossNYC™. No gimmicks or crash diets, just sound advice for healthy living. Give us a call at 718-491-5525 today.
Nationwide statistics show Americans dining out for almost 1/3 of their meals, with almost 1/2 of their food budget spent at these establishments.
Given our tendency to dine out, it is worthwhile to consider ways you can manage and maintain your weight loss dieting program on the go. Some simple guidelines follow, as well as some links to some of our more popular posts past:
Avoid unlimited buffets and junk food franchises. Salad bars are good if you choose the healthy staple items not the dangerous ones.
Cater to places with extended menus to help you find healthy choices you will like. Favor seafood and salad places for healthier fare. Soups can be good, but know what you are choosing. Ask.
Best to plan ahead to dine out instead of splurging on surprise outings. Consider reviewing online menu before going so you will know what you will have.
Focus on eating for nutrition, not as a social activity. Make reservations to manage your cravings and limit the temptations to drink and snack while waiting. You can even have some small healthy crudite before leaving home to settle your stomach.
Stay away from large portions and fried food places. Know what is reasonable for you to eat and enjoy with your diet.
Consider sharing entrees with friends to manage your portions. Don’s be shy about tossing aside bread and extra carbs. Send away any extra munchies the waiter puts on your table. Only eat what you intend to eat.
As always, start to drink water as soon as you arrive and while waiting for meal.
Ask your server about options — extra salad instead of a heavier side dish. Bring your own dressing if you want to be sure of low calories. Add veggies to your entree to fill you up and slow you down.
Power Tips — Know your Menu Vocabulary
Bad: Buttery, Breaded, Buttered, Fried, Pan-Fried, Creamed, Scalloped, Au Gratin.
Avoid: Cream sauces, made with milk, mayonnaise, cheese or oil.
Look for tomato based sauces instead. Order all sauces on the side and use sparingly.
Follow Your Diet Plan
As always, follow the diet guidelines presented to you by Dr. Aron. She will have told you your calorie limits and suggested foods for you to enjoy and avoid. Fill up on water, salad and vegetables first. Focus on your friends more than the food. Slow down and pace yourself so you can enjoy your meal and not be left hungry and crave more. Your body also needs time to recognize the food in your system to trigger satisfaction. It is also more than OK to leave the table a little hungry. You never need to stuff yourself, be gentle to your body.
Looking for More Motivation to Lose Weight?
Align with Dr. Aron at WeightLossNYC™ and start losing weight today. Call 718-491-5525 or visit WeightLossNYC.com
Sources:  USDA, National Restaurant Association. Adapted from Sparkpeople
You already know that exercise is a necessary evil if you want to lose weight, but did you also know it can help your knee pain? If you carry extra weight on your frame, every pound can put more stress on your knee. We’ve spoken before on how exercise can do more than just help you lose weight.
Regular exercise: Just do it
Traditionally, glucosamine and chondroitin supplement have been used to relieve knee pain, but results were mixed upon further research. In fact, many joint pain sufferers didn’t experience much more relief than the placebo.
In a recent JAMA study, however, overweight and obese patients with knee osteoarthritis, who followed an intensive diet and exercise plan, reported less pain, improved mobility and better overall health. Losing weight—even just a few pounds—also showed it can help reduce knee pain.
All kinds of exercise, from walking and water aerobics to conditioning are proven ways to reduce pain and increase flexibility. Exercise is an easy way to instantly improve the way you feel, no drugs or supplements required.
‘KNEE TO KNOW’ BASIS
“Losing weight—even just a few pounds—also showed it can help reduce knee pain.”
Take Action, Feel Better
A healthy diet and regular exercise will help you lose weight and reduce pain. If you suffer from knee or joint pain or are simply inactive, get proactive. Even those who suffer from osteoarthritis feel better when they get regular exercise; if someone with arthritis can improve their health with a little exercise, you can too!
Take the first step by calling 718-491-5525 to make your first appointment with Dr. Aron at WeightLossNYC.com™ Start losing weight today and be on your way to a new you.
Portion control can slip up almost anyone no matter how hard you try. How do you know if you're eating the right amount of food? You can measure everything out, teaspoon by teaspoon… or you can try this simple guide.
Portion Sizes Made Simple
Looking for a quick, easy way to know you’re eating enough but not too much? Look no further than your own hand! Every time you prepare a meal or sit down to eat outside of the home, you can follow these guides to gauge how much you should be eating by simply looking at your hands. Here’s how to measure your portions with ease.
A serving of meat should be 3 or 4 oz., but what does that look like? It’s about the size or your palm.
This carb-packed food should be no more than a 1/2-cup serving--or the size of your clenched fist.
A quick snack, you need no more than a tablespoon of peanut butter. The distance of your knuckle to the tip of your thumb is just the right amount.
Go easy on the butter, but what does that mean? Try 1 teaspoon max on your toast or about the size of the tip of your index finger.
Ice cream can easily pack on the fat and calories, so avoid. A couple spoonfuls to taste; One cup is about the size of your closed fist.
Be in control of your weight
Controlling the number on the scale starts with controlling how much and what you eat. The serving size listed on food packaging isn’t always how much you should eat. But with these guidelines, you can easily keep yourself—and your weight—in check.
Need advice on what’s really going to help you lose the weight? A consultation with a doctor who specializes in medical weight loss is the first step to safely losing up 10 to 20 pounds a month. Call 718-491-5525 to set your first appointment with Bariatric Physician, Dr. Aron of WeightLossNYC™
When you sit down to eat, do you savor it slowly or do you gobble it up in record time? Did you know that eating quickly can make you gain weight because your body hasn't registered how full your stomach really is?
Well, that's not the only news. Taking your time to eat can help prevent you from overeating, but there's a difference in how this affects your body, depending on whether you're considered normal weight, overweight or obese. Read on for more details.
Eating quickly can make you gain weight because your body hasn't registered how full your stomach is. Taking your time to eat can help prevent you from overeating, but how this affects your body depends on whether you're considered normal weight, overweight or obese.
Bite for bite, pound for pound
In the study published by the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, two groups were observed: one group of normal-weight individuals and another of overweight and obese individuals. Both groups were asked to consume two meals, one at a slow pace with no time constraints in mind in which they were asked to stop and put the spoon down in between bites, and a second one at a fast speed with an imagined time constraint, large bites and quick chewing without putting the spoon down for breaks.
Both the normal-weight and overweight groups were less hungry after eating the slower meal.
They also tended to drink more water, which could have affected the amount of calories they consumed.
What can we learn from this? Taking our time and enjoying our meals—healthy food, mind you—we can ensure we'll be taking in a proper amount of calories. Plus, don't forget your H2O…
Friends can be very influential in the way we dress, speak and even eat. So does that mean who we hang around with can make us fat? Obese, even? Researchers decided to look into this to see if that was the case.
What did researchers find?
Turns out that the people around us can affect what we eat and how much, according to findings from several studies published in The Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
I’ll Have What She’s Having
When people know that others in the group are eating low-calorie food, it makes them more likely to want to eat the same, the data said. The same went for high-calorie food. People also ate similar quantities of food just to fit in. When eating in group settings, people tend to eat like their friends do, whether it's healthy or not.
Real Friends Don't Let Friends Eat Junk
Eating is a social behavior and we can use it for good. When dining out or having friends over for a dinner party, set a healthy trend. Select healthier options on the menu and opt to split a large dish to cut calories. Serve a nutritious spread of fruits, veggies and smaller-portioned foods at your next party.
Overeating and making the wrong food choices can make you gain weight, so it's especially important to mind what you eat when in the company of friends. Be the one to make the first move!
Need to lose weight?
Whether 20, 50, or 100 pounds or more, Dr. Aron is here to listen and help. Read more about her medical weight loss program in New York.
What’s your excuse for not working out? Whatever the reason, you're not alone. Busy schedules, and juggling work and family life typically leave the average American adult with little time or energy to hit the gym, but there is a solution for you.
Whether you’re trying to drop some pounds or stay in shape, you need regular exercise. But when you’re short on time, what do you do? You get creative. That’s why this 7-minute workout routine is perfect for someone like you who has the desire but not the time. Check it out.
Get the most out of your short workout
Turns out just 7 minutes of high-intensity interval training can make a difference. By doing just 8 to 12 repetitions of resistance training for each muscle group at 40% to 80% intensity for two or three non-consecutive days a week, busy people can still put in a good workout that promotes weight loss, according to the American College of Sports Medicine. Two to four sets of each muscle group with two to three minutes rest in between each exercise are recommended.
Try exercises such as side planks, abdominal crunches, squats, lunges, push-ups and jumping jacks for 30 seconds each with a 10-second rest period in between. Do them for a total of 7 minutes and you're on your way to a fitter, healthier body.
Now there are no excuses! This is not only a great alternative to 30 or 60 minutes or longer of exercise, but you’ve got an effective way to lose body weight and fat.
Lose Weight Fast
You can lose as many as 10 to 20 pounds each month—or more! Schedule your first consultation with Dr. Aron today so you can learn how. Call us today at 718-491-5525.
Dr. Oksana Aron recommends taking a fresh look at the foods you eat every day is an important healthy start. Keep switching out some of the unhealthy items in your diet with healthier ingredients, you will feel and see the difference in your diet.
There are No Secrets, Just Healthy Facts
Media love to hype up celebrity diets, but you don’t need an endorsement to read up on healthier food options for your diet.
Healthier foods, healthier you
On the quest for foods that help you lose weight? Or are you in a meal planning rut? Look no further than the following healthy foods to incorporate in your next meal to mix it up and drop some pounds. The only celebrity here is you, making famous food choices to build a healthier you.
An excellent non-meat source of protein, 1 cup of black beans give you 15 grams of protein to keep you full and satisfied
It boosts your metabolism and may even prevent fat absorption
Cucumbers help you feel full and satisfied, but are low in calories
Its healthy monounsaturated fats lower bad cholesterol and raise good cholesterol
A high-fiber alternative to other breakfast cereals, it can help you cut calories and stay fuller
With 5 grams of fiber, they're as filling as they are delicious. They also contain pectin, which helps lower bad cholesterol.
Eating eggs for breakfast can lower your daily caloric intake by 400 calories.
Low-Fat Mozzarella String Cheese
With no carbs and lean protein, it helps you feel full.
All-Natural Peanut Butter
Its piceatannol content helps block the formation of fat cells.
Lose Weight Fast Diet Plan
You can lose weight quickly by calling us at 718-491-5525 for your initial consultation. By taking a holistic approach to your unique needs, Dr. Aron will help you achieve and maintain a healthy weight.
“Today’s diet is tomorrow’s body” — Oksana Aron, M.D.