Friday, June 13, 2014

The Daddy of All Weight Loss Techniques.

Father's Day is this Sunday, and it's prompting us to think a little bit about men and weight issues.Whether you're a bariatric surgeon, a person dealing with obesity, or a noncombatant in the long war against the growing human gut, you have had to notice a change in attitudes regarding men and obesity issues.

If you were to walk into a Weight Watchers or Overeater's Anonymous meeting in, say, 1979, you would very likely be startled at how very few men you'd see -- perhaps only one or two in a room full of fifty people. Of course, men had weight issues then, just like today, but they were far less likely to see it as a problem. (The reasons why that was so could probably fill several books.) While weight loss remains a somewhat disproportionately female endeavor today, that's been changing to the point where it won't be long before an equal number of women and men will be doing whatever they can to achieve a healthy weight.

Here at Dr. Feiz and Associates, we're definitely seeing a growing number of males coming in. As men realize that they're health is at least as endangered by obesity as the women in their lives, and they continue to want to be healthy enough to enjoy their children and grandchildren, we expect to shortly be helping just as many daddies as mommies to acheive the happier, healthier life we all deserve.

If you're ready to get on the track to a life free of severe obesity, it might be time to give the offices of Dr. Michael Feiz a call at (800) 868-5946 today to inquire about attending a free seminar.

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