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Dr. Webb has successfully helped many patients lose weight through a personalized weight loss program. He can help you too with a professional, practical approach. Weight loss is like a merry-go-round for many people; most people go on restrictive dieting programs for a few weeks or months, have trouble following the program, and eventually gain back any weight they may have lost.

Dr. Webb’s program is different. He will work with you one-on-one first to determine the underlying causes that are making it difficult for you to lose weight. This includes testing the body to determine which organs are under stress and are not functioning properly. Proper organ function is a key factor that allows your body to burn fat effectively. If your underlying bodily systems are stressed and not working properly, you will never lose any weight no matter what diet program you go on. Dr. Webb will determine whether your body is under stress, and will develop a customized protocol to help bring your body back to optimal functioning.

Once Dr. Webb has fixed the stress on organs, he will then develop a personalized weight loss protocol that fits your body’s needs. He will suggest the changes necessary to help your body properly digest foods and eliminate toxins and waste that are the culprits behind not being able to lose weight. He will also tell you the simply dietary and lifestyle changes that are necessary to allow you to lose weight effectively in the shortest amount of time, and keep the weight off. 

Dr. Webb’s personalized weight loss programs are designed to teach you the proper techniques that will allow you to lose weight fast and dispel the many weight loss myths that are often the problems behind many people not being able to lose weight. For example, many people think that dieting means not eating; this myth is probably the number one factor as to why most diet programs fail. This type of thinking is comparable to not putting gas in your car; you won’t get very far without the fuel your car needs to run. The same goes with nutrition and weight loss. If you don’t give your body the fuel it needs from eating the right foods, then your organs will not have enough energy to effectively burn fat and lose weight. 


Visit Advanced Chiropractic & Nutrition Health Solutions today and let Dr. Webb show you the right path in losing weight and keeping the weight off for good!  

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