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We're a Team of Physicians

We're Ready to Help You Lose Weight And "Reverse" chronic disease such as Diabetes.

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Phsyciains, nutritionists, health coaches, exercise physiologists and your all-in-one, comprehensive, evidence based, medically supervised weight management team are here to help guide you on how to lose weight.

"Obesity is being recognized for the serious disease and epidemic that it is."

A supportive path to obtaining and maintaining a healthier lifestyle is more important than ever. 

Our comprehensive, extensive research,  dietary programs will help take the weight off, and keep it off, thereby treating and even reversing many underlying chronic diseases.

Do you suffer from Type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, fatty liver and metabolic syndrome to name a few? 

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Our Doctors


  • Our doctors are experienced in helping people who are affected by obesity lose weight. 
  • The virtual clinic, Weight Zero MD, offers a wide range of evidence-based treatment options to help you lose weight, including medically supervised meal replacement with nutritional and behavioral support. 
  • You work with a dedicated health coach who works on behavior modification and disease reversal though weight management.  

We Fight Obesity


  • Obesity is a condition in which a person has too much body fat relative to their height.
  • More than one-third of adults are affected by obesity, and nearly one-fifth of children in the United States.
  • If not managed obesity leads to a myriad of serious health conditions, including, coronary artery disease, Type 2 diabetes, hypertension, fatty liver disease, arthritis of the knees and other joints, obstructive sleep apnea, and even fertility problems.
  • Obese persons will also most likely require surgery to repair weight-related health conditions, such as hernia, worn joints, and narrowed blood vessels.

Things We Consider

Body Mass Index


To diagnose obesity, doctors with Weight Zero MD use a widely recognized formula called body mass index, or BMI. This is calculated based on a person’s height-to-weight ratio. For most people, BMI is a reliable indicator of body fat. A BMI of 18.5 to 24.9 is considered healthy, whereas a BMI of 25 to 29.9 indicates that a person is overweight. People with a BMI of 30 or greater are obese. People who are seriously obese have a BMI of 40 or greater.

Fat Distribution/ Waist Circumference


Doctors at Weight Zero MD also measure waist circumference, which gives more information about a person’s risk of developing obesity-related health conditions. Research has shown that people who are “apple-shaped” and carry most of their body fat around the abdomen are at greater risk for conditions such as heart disease. This is because abdominal fat is thought to break down more easily into fatty acids, which increase the production of LDL, or “bad,” cholesterol, and triglycerides, a type of fat in the blood that contributes to heart disease. Abdominal fat can also cause insulin, a hormone that controls blood sugar, to be less effective, which raises the risk of developing diabetes.If you receive a diagnosis of obesity, you and your doctor can come up with a weight loss goal and create an action plan for achieving it. If your doctor determines that other medical conditions may be contributing to weight gain, he or she can refer you to our specialists who can help.  

Medically Supervised Weight Loss


People who are affected by obesity and have had limited success losing weight on their own may benefit from medically supervised weight loss through Weight Zero MD. Our program offers structured support from our weight loss experts and registered dietitians to help you lose weight as quickly and safely as possible.  

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