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How Appetite Suppressants Can Help You Achieve Your Weight Loss Goals

To successfully lose weight, you need to change your habits. The little things matter, and often your attitude and behaviors regarding food can be barriers on the path to weight loss. By overcoming those factors, you’ll begin to find success losing excess weight and maintaining your new slimmer figure. 

Dr. Elmer Symonett and his staff at the Symonett Weight Loss Center can help you by providing several services to help you overcome weight loss barriers. Appetite suppressants can be an important part of your successful weight loss plan. 

At Symonett Weight Loss Center, we encourage you to consume whole foods for long term weight loss and management. But, to give you a kick-start, you need to consume a smaller amount of calories than when you reach your goal weight and are in maintenance. Appetite suppressants may be an important part of your early weight loss phase

Working with a highly-qualified medical professional like Dr. Symonett means that you don’t need to worry about becoming dependent on appetite suppressants. We offer only FDA-approved medications, and only for the length of time it takes for you to adjust to consuming fewer calories. 

It’s not a magic bullet, but a partner in weight loss

Although weight loss medications can help you lose weight, they don’t work alone. They are best as part of a comprehensive weight loss plan that includes making healthy food choices and adopting behaviors that promote lasting weight management. When you work with Dr. Symonett, you have expert guidance while using appetite suppressants, and the team can help you follow a controlled-calorie meal plan so you lose weight. 

End the cravings

Appetite suppressant medication is incredibly useful for patients who find themselves battling nagging cravings. They can help you develop the consistency necessary to lose weight. It’s important to eat the appropriate number of calories, derived from nutritious, healthy foods as you lose weight and maintain that loss. 

However, cravings can make it almost impossible to stick to a nutritious meal plan consistently. If cravings are a problem, Dr. Symonett may suggest a medication that acts on certain chemicals in the brain to reduce cravings and help you stick to your weight loss plan and feel good while doing so. 

Eat less, still feel full

If you’ve been consuming more food than your body needs, you may find it challenging to follow a lower-calorie plan. Certain appetite suppressants make you feel satisfied with less food. The result is that you feel full even after eating a small meal. 

Reduce feelings of hunger

When you feel hungry, it’s difficult to ignore, making your efforts to lose weight all the more difficult. Excess hunger can lead to overeating, frequent snacking, and stop your weight loss. Appetite suppressants can help control feelings of hunger so that you have the ability to focus on consuming nutrient-rich foods that help you stay healthy and manage your weight permanently. 

If you feel like you’re ready to give up, make one more attempt with the help of our team. Book an appointment at Symonett Weight Loss Center and find out what Dr. Symonett recommends. You can easily schedule online, or call us at 909-285-2357 and we’ll be happy to get you on our schedule.

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