Medical Weight Loss & Nutrition

You know how frustrating loosing weight can be. You try different diets, restrict calories, limit your consumption of a specific food group but the stubborn pounds remain. The truth is that successful weight loss does not solely depend on what is put into your mouth.

Yes, calories burned should be equal to the calories put into the mouth, but there are many other factors involved in the process of taking unnecessary pounds off or putting them on. Those are lifestyle issues like appropriate exercise, fiber and water intake, sleep, stress, food allergies and addictions, but also hormonal dysfunction, toxins, yeasts, other overall health influences and health disorders, medications, your body's ability to burn food as energy instead of storing it as fat (metabolism), chronic inflammation, brain chemical dysfunction, etc.

Multilevel strategy, an integrative approach, finding culprits and understanding the complex machinery our body represents with its interrelated functions, ultimately helps us to loose weight and to maintain it.

Excess weight in being obese or even overweight can be dangerous to our wellbeing. It can increase risk for nearly 40 diseases, including heart disease, diabetes, stroke, sleep apnea, stroke, and cancer.

If you have tried the one-size-fits-all weight loss plans without the desired effects, it is time to find the reason (s) for having difficulties and address them. You may decrease your cholesterol level, reverse diabetes, eliminate GERD and more by losing extra, unneeded pounds. If one is fat on the outside, one is fat on the inside too, with all its consequences.

Find help. Do not despair. You can make a difference in your life.


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Marek Gawrysz, MD

Marek Gawrysz, MD

I earned my medical degree from the Medical Academy in Krakow (Collegium Medicum of the Jagiellonian University), Poland in 1978. My training requirements were fulfilled at the Medical Academy in Krakow, Poland, Swedish Covenant Hospital and Columbus-Cuneo-Cabrini Medical Center in Chicago. I am board certified and have dual fellowship (extra training) in Family Practice and Anti-aging, Regenerative and Functional Medicine.

I am practicing medicine for 35 years.

I am also a recipient of 2012, 2011 and 2010 People's Choice, Most Compassionate Doctor 2011, and 2003 Physician of the Year awards.

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American Academy of Anti-Aging MedicineFellowship in Anti-Aging, Regenerative & Functional MedicineAmerican Academy of Family PhysiciansAmerican Board of Physician SpecialtiesJagiellonian UniversityPolish-American Medical Society
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