Weight Loss Centers Arvada CO

Local resource for weight loss centers in Arvada. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to weight loss resources, as well as advice and content on how to lose weight in a healthy way.

Frontier Medical Institute
(303) 233-4247
2801 Youngfield Street, Suite 117
Denver, CO
Services
Weight Management, Preventive Medicine, Nutrition, Men's Health, Herbal Medicine, Healthy Aging, Functional Medicine, Fitness/Exercise, EFT, Chelation Therapy, Cardiovascular Disease, Bio-identical HRT, Acupuncture
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American Holistic Medical Association

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Holistica Integrative Care
(720) 663-1727
2975 Valmont Road, Suite 100
Boulder, CO
Services
Wellness Training, Weight Management, Supplements, Preventive Medicine, Physical Exercise, Nutrition, Mind/Body Medicine, Meditation, Herbal Medicine, General Practice, Family Practice
Membership Organizations
American Holistic Medical Association

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Jenny Craig Weight Loss Ctr
(303) 469-1009
10138 Wadsworth Pkwy
Broomfield, CO

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The Center for Medical Weight Loss -Dr. Leon
(303) 569-6045
2020 Wadsworth Blvd Suite 18B
Lakewood, CO

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Slim Four Life
(303) 666-8130
1116 W Dillon Rd Ste 7
Louisville, CO

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Holistic Pediatric Consulting, LLC
(303) 442-0107
1800 30th Street, Suite #304
Boulder, CO
Services
Yeast Syndrome, Wellness Training, Weight Management, Pediatrics, Nutrition, Herbal Medicine, Functional Medicine, Aromatherapy
Membership Organizations
American Holistic Medical Association

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Better Health, DC, MD, Inc.
(303) 450-9970
680 W 121st Ave Suite 100
Westminster, CO
 
The Center for Medical Weight Loss - Dr T. Levin
(303) 536-5703
3550 Lutheran Parkway
Wheat Ridge, CO

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Gourmet Today
(720) 963-8342
575 Union Blvd
Lakewood, CO

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Slim 4 Life Weight Loss
(303) 450-3166
3981 E 120TH Ave
Denver, CO

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A true fat burner, GABA.

A true fat burner, GABA.

Posted by Mike Furci (09/29/2010 @ 9:05 am)

There’s a very effective fat burner that’s available over the counter, and it’s been around since 1883? Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid, more commonly known as GABA, is a powerful amino acid that is classified as a neurotransmitter in the brain. It acts as a balancer of excitation and relaxation. Its ability to burn fat is actually secondary. GABA stimulates the anterior pituitary gland, leading to an increased output of Human Growth Hormone. HGH is known to have anti-aging effects and lowers body-fat levels. One study conducted by the First Medical Clinic at the University of Milan found a five-fold increase in HGH levels of 19 subjects after 90 minutes of consuming 5gms of GABA. The 18 placebo subjects in the same study showed no increase in HGH output. This is an excellent product for those who can’t afford to go to an anti-aging clinic but want the benefits of HGH.

I’ve used this product on and of since the early eighties and have had good success. I always notice that I get a little leaner, sleep better and have a better overall wellbeing.

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Lose fat with coconuts

Lose fat with coconuts

Posted by Mike Furci (09/01/2010 @ 9:19 am)

Unless you’ve been in a vacuum, you’re aware that the U.S. has a little bit of a weight problem. As a matter of fact, if you’re born in this country your chance of being overweight is greater than 60 percent. One of the many great benefits of coconut oil, specifically the medium chain fatty acids (MCFA) it contains, is its ability to increase energy expenditure. In other words, it increases your metabolism.

Unlike long chain fatty acids (LCFA’s), MCFA’s are processed very easily by the body. When they are consumed, MCFA’s are absorbed directly into the blood stream from the small intestines and go right to the liver. Once in the liver, they are easily burned as fuel. Because of their size and the ease in which they are processed, MCFA’s are not readily stored as fat. On the contrary, because of their size, LCFA’s are not as efficiently processed and the body prefers to store them in fat cells.

MCFA’s metabolism boosting effects have been known for decades and are heavily documented through research:

In a study, researchers compared the thermogenic effect between MCFA’s and LCFA’s after single meals. The meals of 400 calories consisted entirely of either MCFA’s or LCFA’s. The thermogenic effect of MCFA’s over six hours was three times greater than that of LCFA’s. Researchers concluded that as long as the calorie level remained constant, substituting MCFA’s for LCFA’s would result in weight loss. [1]

Farmers found that when they fed their livestock feed that contained polyunsaturated oils like soy and corn oil, animals readily gained weight. However, when they used feed that incorporated coconut oil, the animals got leaner. The main reason for this is that polyunsaturated fats suppress thyroid function, which decreases the animal’s metabolic rate. Soy oils are the worst offenders because of the goitrogens (anti thyroid substances) they contain. [2] This is what happens to us. Is it any wonder the obesity epidemic is so bad when our consumption of vegetable fats has increased more than 400%? [3]

Researchers at Vanderbilt University compared the thermogenic effect of liquid diets containing 40 percent of fat as either MCFA’s or LCFA’s. All subjects were studied for one week on each diet in a double blind, cross-over design. Resting metabolic rate did not change during the week. The thermogenic response to MCFA’s was roughly twice that of the LCFA’s. [4]

A study was published last year conducted by researchers at McGill University to evaluate existing data describing the effects of MCFA’s on energy expenditure and to determine their efficacy as agents in the treatment of obesity. They reported that several different studies have shown weight loss equivalent to 12 to 36 pounds a year simply by changing the types of oils...

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