What works for someone else might not work for you. Keep in mind, it’s normal to try many approaches on the path to long-term weight management.
These are just some of many treatment options to discuss:
You can make small changes to your surroundings, such as clearing out high-calorie snacks in your kitchen, or keeping your activity gear near the front door, that may help you stay on track with your weight-management goals.
Working with an expert in behavior modification, such as a counselor or a nutritionist, may help you find ways to build new habits that fit into your lifestyle. Small changes, like reducing sugary drinks or making time to be active a few times a week, can really help.
The FDA has approved several prescription medicines for weight loss and weight management. You can discuss the possible benefits and risks with a health care provider.
Bariatric surgery is usually an option for individuals with a body mass index (BMI) of 35 or higher along with weight-related conditions. It may help some people achieve greater and more sustained weight loss than other strategies.
There are different types of bariatric surgical procedures that cause weight loss by reducing how much food the stomach can hold. You can discuss the possible benefits and risks with a health care provider.
Explore some treatment strategies with a health care provider. Together, you may even find combining strategies aids your weight-management efforts.
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Get your free, personalized TrueWeight® Report. Answering a few questions about your weight-management history, current lifestyle, and goals is a great way to prepare for a conversation with a health care provider.
Find an obesity care provider to talk about your weight and health today.