Hard Truths About Weight Loss
Are you committed to regaining your ideal body shape? To accomplish so, you must be able to know the difference between what is genuine and what is untrue about weight reduction. Here are some hard truths that make your weight loss journey effortless.
Your body works against you
When you want to reduce weight, you are fighting your appetites and your own body. According to Family Doctors, losing weight diminishes the hormone leptin, which signals to your brain that you’re full, and raises the hormone ghrelin, which drives appetite. According to the study, this hormonal imbalance persists even after weight reduction, making it much more challenging to keep the pounds off.
One diet does not fit all
Because everyone’s body is different, the diet that works for your friend, coworker, mother, or sibling may not work for you. Consider your health and family history, metabolism, exercise level, age, gender, and likes and dislikes while deciding how to reduce weight. Tailor your diet to your body for weight reduction success, and recognize that one diet will not work for everyone.
Fad diets Do not work for a Long time
Grapefruits, maple syrup, Cabbage, Vinegar, apple cider All of these “wonder” diets help you lose weight and burn fat. According to doctors in Ontario and other countries, these work only for the short term. They aid in calorie restriction but fail to produce long-term effects.
Water consumption aids with weight reduction
Water by itself has no weight-loss benefits. However, because it has no calories, replacing it with your typical calorie-containing liquids (milk, soft drinks, juice, etc.) reduces your daily calorie consumption. It has the effect of reducing appetite in some people. Drinking water also provides a variety of additional health advantages.
Alcohol promotes weight gain
Alcoholic beverages are often high in calories, and excessive consumption can contribute to weight gain. On average, 12 ounces of ordinary beer have roughly 140 calories. A 150-ml glass of white wine has around 120 calories. For example, a daiquiri or pina colada with white rum can have up to 450 calories in a 250-ml glass. To be sure, this requires some consideration as well as moderation!
I hope now you know right about weight loss. However, if you wish to reduce weight efficiently, Court Street Medical Center can help. The Walk-in Clinic allows patients to get over weight loss quickly.
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On a Sunday, I was able to book an appointment online for 12:00 noon the next day. I arrived 10 minutes early and found that the clinic is extremely efficient and beautiful inside. I walked out at 12:22 with having talked to a receptionist, nurse, got x-rays done and talked to a doctor. If I had gone to a hospital emergency room, the wait would have been 5 hours or more. At the clinic, I was and out in just over 30 minutes. I highly recommend this clinic for it’s efficiency and level of care.
My son had acute onset of face and head pain. The clinic booked us in, in less than 24hrs…..for context we couldn’t see his pediatrician until October.
When we arrived at the clinic the check in process was fast an efficient! We maybe waited 10 minutes then we were called to a room and seen by Dr. Gerald who was AMAZING. He was thorough and explained everything in terms we could understand. He did not force medication or uneeded services and explained what to do if things worsened. I wish he was our pediatrician!
We will definitely be using this clinic in the future.
I booked an appointment at noon. My information was taken and covid screening took place as soon as I walked in. I barely sat down before being brought to an examination room where I was promptly asked questions by a nurse. I was sent for an X-ray just across the hall (X-ray techs were out for lunch until 12:30, but promptly brought me in upon return. Quick and efficient X-ray process, then back to the clinic, where I was immediately directed to an examination room. I just waited a few moments before a doctor came in, asked a few questions, examined/tested my knee, gave me my X-ray results and shared my prognosis. Even with the short wait for the X-ray, I was in and out before my lunch hour was finished. Everyone in the process was friendly, helpful, professional, thorough and efficient. Very clean space. Recommended.
Booked an appointment for my 7 year old. We got in quickly, and the nurse and doctor were both wonderful at making her feel comfortable. The receptionist was friendly and the office was big and very very clean. The online booking was easy to use, and the option to book a same day or next day appointment was wonderful. We will absolutely return to this clinic for our needs in the future.
Booked my appointment one day in advance, waited 10 minutes and then saw the doctor. Friendly staff/doctor and the place was nice inside and clean. Only had to wait a couple of days to hear back from the doctor from the lab results. Overall good first experience.
Dr. Kahani was fantastic with my son! Great bedside manner, very kind and gentle with him. Diagnosed his croup, prescribed the medication and gave me some very helpful hints to manage symptoms at home.
First time there. Appt made 24 hrs ahead. I showed up 5 mins early for 4:15 appt. Waiting room empty. Three staff manning desk. Barely sat down when I was called in to triage. Explained my injury, X-Ray requisition printed, over to X-Ray across the hall, 3 mins there, back to office. Doc shows up 30 secs later, to examine, checks x-rays, diagnosis, prognosis and instructions, and on my way.
In and out in 14 minutes. Everyone was friendly, professional and efficient. Pretty remarkable, I’d say.
Took my child in and we saw Dr. Kabani, he is absolutely amazing with children and even took the time to engage with my other child who did not have an appointment. Both kids left with the biggest smiles . I wish we could have him as our regular pediatrician.
This clinic is great having amazong doctors and X-ray right the next door. Dr. Katz did a great job consulting me this morning, provided recommendations and prescribtion for the wrist brace which helps a lot.
I recently took my 15 year old daughter to the Minor Illness and Injury clinic because she injured her thumb. I was immediately impressed when we able to get an appointment for her the same day. The nurse that saw her was incredibly kind and seemed to ask all the right questions. My daughter was directed down the hall for an x-ray right away. She then came back and was seen by Dr. Kabani. He was amazing. Best bedside manner I have seen when dealing with a child. He was thorough and honest. From beginning to end we were there for 60 minutes. I would highly recommend the clinic for any minor injury. Beats waiting at the Children’s hospital for hours on end just to sit in a room waiting for another hour and then being rushed out without any real answers.