Who among us is not struggling to lose those pounds gained over the holidays—or still trying to lose that 2020 Covid weight? Perhaps a visit to New Jersey's Medical Weight Loss for Life clinic can help.
Owner Paul Pogrebinsky is passionate about helping others achieve their weight loss goals. With a degree in nutrition and several years of experience working in the medical weight loss field, Paul has gained extensive knowledge on effective methods for sustainable weight loss.
"There's no 'one size fits all' solution when it comes to losing weight," says Paul. "Each individual's body is unique, and what works for one person may not necessarily work for another."
This belief sparked an interest in exploring various methods and strategies for healthy weight management. Over time, through continuous research and practical experience with clients, Paul developed a holistic approach toward achieving sustainable weight loss. This approach includes personalized plans based on individual body types and health conditions, regular physical activity, stress management techniques, and behavior modification strategies.
Medical weight loss is a specialized branch of healthcare that focuses on helping individuals achieve their weight loss goals through medically supervised and science-based methods. Unlike commercial diet programs, medical weight loss considers an individual's unique health needs, body composition, and metabolism to develop a personalized plan for sustainable weight loss. The NJ Medical Weight Loss center's approach uses semaglutides, FDA-approved peptides that help individuals control their appetite and cravings. All medications are custom-blended to fit each individual's needs.
Paul has experienced firsthand how important passion and purpose are in building a thriving business, and he especially loves working with clients in the New York/New Jersey area at his office on Old Hook Road in Westwood.
"I've always known that I wanted to make a positive impact in people's lives through my services" says Paul, "and once I took the time to reflect on myself and my passion for helping people, it all fell into place."