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How to lose weight safely in Philadelphia?


  • Are you a bit overweight or obese and tired of it?
  • Are you looking for safe, easy and fast ways to lose weight?
  • Do you think you are "eating right" but still gaining weight?
  • Do you have health insurance?
  • If yes, do you know your insurance might have coverage for medical weight loss?
If you answered yes to any of the above questions, you may want to consider the W8MD's insurance covered medical weight Loss and wellness program offered at Poly-Tech Sleep Services.


W8MD offers:

  • inexpensive, individualized weight loss plan with all of the right ingredients. 
  • a loss of between 2-5 pounds a week with nutritious, easy to prepare, pre-portioned, low-glycemic food. 
  • a consultation, under the guidance of obesity medicine physician with experience in treating obesity, its associated conditions and a wide variety of sleep disorders. 
  • instruction on nutritional programs teaching you: about metabolic syndrome and insulin resistance and whether you are at risk. 
  • the proper amount of low glycemic foods you should be eating on a daily basis to fit your needs. how often, and the proper times you should be eating during the day. 
  • the correct food combination of protein, fats and carbohydrates.

W8MD'S PHILADELPHIA WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAM AT 
POLY -TECH SLEEP SERVICES INCLUDE:
W8MD’s NYC Weight Loss, Sleep & Medspa
Manhattan, NY – 401 E 55th Street New York, NY 10022
Poly-Tech Sleep, W8MD Weight Loss & MedSpa – King of Prussia, PA
 Coming soon – W8MD Weight Loss, Sleep & Medical Spa Cherry Hill, NJ

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