Here we are, with Valentine’s Day looming over our heads. Some of us are buying boxes of chocolate for our loved ones. Some of us have made reservations at that expensive restaurant a spouse has always wanted to try. Some of us have a small (or not so small), weekend getaway to a cabin in the woods or a tropical island planned. Some of us are treating our friends— even ourselves—to a fun night out or a cozy night in.
Perhaps it won’t be the day after, maybe not even two days, but come Monday after a weekend of fun, food, and drinks, many of us will step on the scale and wonder what happened. For those who are at a comfortable weight, a couple extra pounds aren’t the end of the world and will likely be shed again by the following weekend. For those who have been diligently dieting and exercising with a weight loss goal in mind, a few added pounds can be devastating. To see one’s hard work be overpassed by one, maybe two, days of splurging is difficult. For some, it’s even enough to tip them over the edge and make them give up on their regimen of diet and exercise all together.
“By February, a large portion of people have already given up on their New Year’s Resolutions,” Gary Jouver of Montville, Connecticut says. “When Valentine’s Day rolls around, a lot of people who have been hanging on to their weight loss goals give up. They’ve struggled too long with too little pay-off, and all of the delectable sweets make them fall off the deep end.”
A few missed days shouldn’t be enough for someone to give up on their weight loss journey, but Dr. Dale Eubank, a Corpus Christi medical weight loss doctor, has seen this trend time and time again. In his practice of gynecology, he witnessed women struggle through similar cycles. Let’s say one woman put on weight due to pregnancy. Following the pregnancy, she struggles to lose the weight. She tries and tries, but she can’t seem to get back to her original weight, and after trying fad diets, she gives up.
For years, Dr. Eubank watched dozens of women struggle in this all too similar fashion, sometimes turning to dangerous diets in order to lose weight. It was this frustrating battle against the scale that inspired Dr. Eubank to come up with his own weight loss alternative using a natural chemical we all have: serotonin.
Serotonin is a mood regulating hormone found in the brain. An imbalance in the chemical has been implicated to contribute to higher cravings of carbohydrates, increased binge eating, and depression. By targeting that imbalance with Dr. Eubank’s Serotonin-Plus supplement and a personalized regimen of diet and exercise, men and women alike have managed to shed their stubborn pounds like the never have before. In 12 weeks, clients lose an average of 35 pounds—a massive improvement for those who have struggled on their journey for too long.
“In the last 5 years, my participation in various weight control programs had been disappointingly unsuccessful. However, the Serotonin Formula Weight Loss Program™ has been AMAZING!!” Shirlee C., a former client says about her journey. “While following this program during this past 12 week period that included Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year festivities, I LOST 20 lbs. …TRULY AMAZING…”
Whether you have 10 pounds or 100 pounds to lose, Dr. Eubank and his staff at Advanced Weight Loss can get you there. Each client is an individual with individual needs to be addressed, and the program reflects that. They want you to succeed in becoming the best possible version of yourself just as much as you do.
For more information on Advanced Weight Loss, or to schedule a free consultation, call (361) 906-1112, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit their offices.