How To Actually Keep Your 2019 Weight Loss Resolutions

//How To Actually Keep Your 2019 Weight Loss Resolutions

How To Actually Keep Your 2019 Weight Loss Resolutions

How To Actually Keep Your 2019 Weight Loss Resolutions

The holidays are over, the New Year offers a clean slate, a fresh start and we attempt to change our lives for the better with a few New Year resolutions. While our hearts are in the right place, many of us lose sight of our resolutions within the first few weeks. You can make 2019 different. Lose the weight, keep it off and optimize your health with the help of CardioMender, MD Weight Loss Specialists.

Life Span of A New Year’s Resolution

According to US News[1], about 80% of American resolutions fail by the second week of February.  Thousands of gym memberships are canceled or go unused. Fad diets and kitchen clean-outs start strong but fizzle out quickly. Life happens, and we fall back into our old routines. Before we know it, it’s the end of another year, we make the same resolutions to live actively, eat healthily and/or lose X pounds. It’s a cycle that rarely works and can make us feel discouraged and unhappy. How can we break the cycle and make a true and lasting change in our lifestyles?

The Plan That’s Been Proven: Making your health and appearance a priority.

We know what doesn’t work in trying to change your lifestyle, so what does work? CardioMender, MD has found that proven success comes from three key factors: Maintenance, Maintenance, and Maintenance. This decision is yours to make. In a world of competing priorities, are you finally going to put yourself first? Doesn’t it make sense to keep it off once you lose it? With regularly tracked progress, meal plans with lots of options, medical supervision, guidance and support, maintaining weight loss can be simple and easy. This is how CardioMender, MD differs from diets, gym memberships and other fads that fade. Thus, making your weight loss goals something you can stick to and easily attain.

Food For Thought

You deserve to make your health and happiness a priority. If you think you’ve tried it all, if you have lost hope, if you think there’s no way you can get back to your goal weight, you have to experience the results of CardioMender, MD for yourself. We can help you take it day by day, stay motivated, stay strong and stay long.

CardioMender, MD Weight Loss Specialists is South Florida’s most trusted medically supervised weight loss program. We provide customized, safe, rapid weight loss and the means to keep it off. At CardioMender, MD a doctor is ALWAYS available. Start losing weight today, under the supervision of Chief Medical Officer Barry H. Schiff, MD, a 32-year veteran Board-Certified Cardiologist and Internist. Dr. D. Allen Young is a Board-Certified Obesity Medicine Physician and Internist.

To find out more about how we can help you reach your goals using proven strategies, please visit us at www.cardiomenderweightloss.com or call us at 954-628-3802 to set up your appointment today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

[1] Luciani, Joseph. “Why 80 Percent of New Year’s Resolutions Fail.” US News &World Report, 29 Dec. 2015, health.usnews.com/health-news/blogs/eat-run/articles/2015-12-29/why-80-percent-of-new-years-resolutions-fail.

By |2018-12-21T13:18:21+00:00January 5th, 2018|Weight Loss Articles|

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