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Nutrition FAQ's (4)
Avoiding foods that are high in saturated fat and cholesterol is one way to reduce your risk for heart disease. Despite what you may have heard, though, fats aren’t necessarily bad for you – your body needs a certain amount … Continue reading
No, not at all. In fact, many of our patients report an increase in energy and reduced hunger!
The program at Horizon Weight Loss is different from many mainstream weight loss programs in that it is not based on prepackaged foods. We encourage a diet that consists of real, grocery-store food. Most importantly, we will work to educate … Continue reading
Exercise FAQ's (2)
Our bodies need regular activity, especially if they are carrying around extra weight. Satisfying this need requires a definite plan, and a commitment. Although any kind of physical movement will burn calories, the type of exercise that uses the most … Continue reading
Finance FAQ's (3)
The best way to answer this question is to speak with your insurance provider directly. Your agent will be able to help you determine whether your treatment will be eligible for reimbursement.
No. Our patients are never required to pay in advance or sign a contract.
Yes, if you have a credit card for the account. However, Horizon Weight Loss does not accept personal checks as a form of payment.
Genearal Health FAQ's (4)
Fortunately, there are very few medications which interact negatively with our medical weight loss program. When you visit our office for a consultation, a practitioner will review your medical history thoroughly and discuss your options with you.
Yes! Our medical weight loss program is closely supervised by a physician. So if you’re suffering from a medical condition, like diabetes, you can be treated with your physician’s permission.
As the fastest growing health concern for Americans, obesity affects one in every three U.S. adults— and is the 2nd leading cause of preventable death. According to The World Health Organization, obesity is “one of the greatest neglected health problems … Continue reading
To be eligible for the Horizon Weight Loss program, a patient must have a BMI of 27 or higher. In special situations, we may approve a patient who has a 25 or 26 BMI—the best course of action is to … Continue reading