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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the primary benefit of Serotonin?
Serotonin (5-hydroxytryptophan) is a neurochemical produced in the brain and in the intestines. It plays a large role in helping you keep a positive mood, by regulating sleep, memory, learning, social behavior, and more. Imbalances can lead to depression, anxiety, panic attacks, and other disorders.
What is a medical weight loss program?
A medical weight loss program is just like it sounds: It’s a plan designed by medical practitioners who care for you every step of the way. Because weight loss expert Dr. Posner and his supportive team will be looking after you throughout your journey, you can rest assured that your weight loss will be safe and effective.
The weight loss plans at Serotonin Plus are not one-size-fits-all, rather, Dr. Posner will get to know you as a person. He’ll find out what’s causing your weight gain, especially if you have an undiagnosed medical issue, and treat that problem. You’ll get a clinically advanced medical weight loss plan that’s tailored to you & and you only.
Will I need to take weight loss pills?
Because you’ll be under the guidance of a physician, it’s possible that you’ll get prescription-strength medications to give your weight loss efforts a jumpstart. For instance, if you feel like you’re hungry all the time or just can stop yourself from going back for seconds, you might benefit from appetite suppressants. Dr. Posner can prescribe FDA-approved appetite suppressants, such as phentermine, so you won’t have to worry about feeling hungry all the time.
As a leading researcher in the weight loss profession, Dr. Posner designed several supplements that can help with weight loss. Many men and women who are under his care benefit from taking his patented serotonin supplements, which further help minimize cravings and hunger naturally.
Am I going to have to skip meals during my medical weight loss plan?
No! Skipping meals and cutting calories down too far — less than 1,000 calories per day — can do more harm than good. Your body starts breaking down your muscles to get fuel if you don’t eat enough.
Dr. Posner and his highly skilled team will teach you which types of foods to eat, how often you should eat, and how to control your portion sizes. While it is important to cut back on calories, as well as fatty and sugary foods, you don’t have to deprive yourself. Your dedicated medical team can adjust your diet plan as needed to include foods you enjoy.
* Individual results may vary.