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Why Should Weight Management Be Scientific?

Why Should Weight Management Be Scientific?

Why should weight management be scientific?

Nobody wants to waste time, resources, and effort on a dietary approach that might work! For the best results, avoid spending money on treatments that aren’t rooted in science. Focus on the treatments that have proven effectiveness.

The scientific process reveals the truth of what works and what doesn’t.  Scientific weight management applies principles developed by scientists who study human behaviors and dietary approaches. Scientific weight management uses findings that demonstrate a consistent, robust, and meaningful effect on weight. Scientific weight management dictates that anything that hasn’t been proven to work is not to be used. Basing your weight management plan on scientific, proven approaches to weight loss is superior to other strategies. 

Scientific weight management is as safe as possible.  It’s very unlikely that a scientific weight management strategy, based on a experiment done by a competent and qualified scientist, would be harmful.  Scientific weight management methods contrast sharply with other approaches that use supplements with dangerous side effects or dehydration procedures to produce weight loss.

You shouldn’t have to risk your health to lose weight. Scientific weight management practitioners typically are educated in medical or health-related fields and can make sure your weight management plan is safe.  Changing body weight can have serious implications for your health, and not all types of weight loss will improve it. The professional overseeing scientific weight loss should have a broad, scientific knowledge base, and should coordinate your care with other healthcare professionals.  

At Dhurandhar Weight Management, we work with your physician to develop dietary strategies that improve your health, are as safe as possible, and have been scientifically proven to be effective. 

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