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Life Extension Magazine

June 2009

Physician’s Guide: Using Blood Test Findings To Safely Induce Weight Loss

Obese Americans now outnumber those who are merely overweight.Overlooked are a plethora of research findings indicating substantial fat-loss effects in response to the proper use of bioidentical hormones, certain prescription drugs, and nutrients, along with lifestyle changes. The reason these proven weight-loss strategies have not caught on is that when used in isolation, they often fail to meet the expectations of corpulent individuals. In this eye-opening report, Life Extension discusses how to interpret blood test results to utilize an armada of medications, natural hormones, and lifestyle alterations that can safely induce substantial and sustainable weight loss.

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Life Extension Weight Loss Blood Test Panel

While most aging people accumulate excess body fat, the under-lying causes of weight gain vary considerably amongst individuals. Unless the obesity factors responsible for your weight problem are identified, you’re literally “shooting in the dark” when attempting to shed excess fat pounds.

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