Consequences of Obesity

In the United States, obesity is the second most cause of death, after tobacco use. Obesity is a chronic disease linked to a number of health conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, osteoarthritis, depression, sleep apnea, and more.

There are many benefits of fat loss and weight loss, including the decreased risk of serious health problems, increased energy, and better sleep. Losing weight by yourself or without the proper education can be a struggle. Personal Primary Care offers weight loss and fat loss programs that are customized to each patient, because we know that everyone has different health needs.

According to the World Health Organization:

The increase in obesity globally is caused by the imbalance between calories consumed and calories expended. There is an increased consumption of energy-dense foods that are high in fat and decrease in physical activity due to our sedentary nature.

Now is the time to take action and lead a positive, transformational lifestyle through weight loss and fat loss! Improve your mood, energy, health, and lifestyle through our personalized, comprehensive weight loss management, fat loss, and weight loss programs offered by Dr. Talal Khan and his team.

Together, we can work to reverse trends in our global obesity crisis by making healthy changes in your life, one step at a time. For more details about our programs and practices, check out the rest of our website or call us at 413-787-2575. Remember, it's not too late to get your life in shape!

Personal Primary Care works with patients looking to start fat loss or weight loss programs in Western MA, including West Springfield MA, Wilbraham MA, and Longmeadow MA, and Northern CT.

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