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One Size Fits All?

The internet is awash with all kinds of nutrition information and diets. There are low-fat diets, low-carb diets, vegan diets, Paleo diet, calorie-counting diets, just to name a few. Some claim replacing meals with smoothies or juicing works, while others claim intermittent fasting or small, frequent meals is the right way of doing thing. With all of these sources claiming to have the magic solution to weight loss, how do you know which diet is best for you?

Recent studies have shown that, in addition to behavioral changes in regards to diet choices, biological and genetic makeup may be as influential when it comes to a person’s susceptibility to weight gain. The New York Times recently highlighted an Israeli study on personalized nutrition that suggested that an individualized approach to nutrition may be most beneficial when it comes to tackling obesity.

Here at Metanu Center, we recognize and treat the numerous factors that may be influencing your obesity, in a specific and individualized treatment plan that is tailored just for you. Contact us for more information on how we can help.

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