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15 Feb

Dr. Scott Isaacs Receives Obesity Medicine Certification

Hormones, Weight Loss No Comments by Scott Isaacs, M.D.
Scott Isaacs, M.D.. F.A.C.P., F.A.C.E has been certified by the American Board of Obesity Medicine (ABOM) as an ABOM diplomate. ABOM diplomates are physicians who undergo rigorous training and an extensive examination process to achieve this designation.
01 Feb

HMR Program at Atlanta Endocrine Associates Named 2017 No. 1 “Best Fast Weight-Loss Diet” by U.S. News & World Report

Weight Loss 2 Comments by Scott Isaacs, M.D.
A program offered by Atlanta Endocrine Associates in partnership with HMR Weight Management Services (HMR) has been named No. 1 Best Fast Weight-Loss Diet in U.S. News & World Reports’ Best Diets of 2017 Rankings.
28 Jul

How to Boost Your Metabolism

Hormones, Metabolism, Weight Loss No Comments by Scott Isaacs, M.D.
Fat on Fire Yet another reason not to let your weight seesaw: You'll hamstring your metabolism. "My patients with the lowest metabolisms are the weight cyclers," says Scott Isaacs, MD, clinical instructor of medicine at the Emory University School of Medicine. "When you lose weight, you lose muscle and fat, but when you gain it back, it's mostly fat, which burns fewer calories."
24 Jun

Adrenals Shot? Probably Not.

Brown Fat, Hormones, Weight Loss 14 Comments by Scott Isaacs, M.D.
Whatever you want to call it—adrenal fatigue, exhaustion, or burnout—it is not a real hormonal condition. Adrenal fatigue is a fake diagnosis that has no scientific basis. If you have been told you have adrenal fatigue, get a second opinion from a board-certified endocrinologist.
08 Jan

Fast Weight Loss Is Better Than Slow Weight Loss

Uncategorized, Weight Loss No Comments by Scott Isaacs, M.D.
A common misconception is that losing weight quickly is not healthy, not sustainable, and will just lead to future weight re-gain. To the contrary, numerous clinical studies demonstrate that following a lifestyle change program which promotes fast initial weight loss can result in better long-term success.
03 Jan

Debbie Lost 65 Pounds in 20 Weeks at Atlanta Endocrine Associates

Weight Loss No Comments by Scott Isaacs, M.D.

When I began HMR’s “Decision Free Program,” my words of “I can never lose weight” became changed into “I can become healthy!” This all happened due to the HMR program, Dr. Scott Isaacs and his compassionate staff.

The yummy shakes and the delicious entrees that HMR offers have made it easy for me to achieve 65 pounds

03 Jan

Dr. Isaacs is the Medical Expert for a New Weight Loss Television Show on ABC

Weight Loss No Comments by Scott Isaacs, M.D.
Dr. Isaacs is the Medical Expert for a New Weight Loss Television Show on ABC
03 Jan

Vicki Lost 85 Pounds in 7 Months at Atlanta Endocrine Associates

Weight Loss No Comments by Scott Isaacs, M.D.
I love this program. I am an advocate of HMR and Dr. Isaacs’ program set up/staff. I feel like they saved my life and have helped to make me a better wife, mother, sister, friend, etc. I don’t have enough Thanks to express how grateful I am to everyone who has been involved in my journey!!!
01 Jan

What Thin People Don’t Understand About Living with Obesity

Weight Loss No Comments by Scott Isaacs, M.D.
Most people who are very overweight have, at some point, tried to majorly cut calories—and failed, says Scott Isaacs, MD, a clinical instructor of medicine at Emory University School of Medicine and medical director at Atlanta Endocrine Associates. While it's true that they're probably eating too much, they're doing so because they're hungry, he explains. "Telling someone to eat less is a lot like telling them to breathe less," he explains. "They can do it for a while, but eventually biology is going to win out."
22 Jul

Hunger Hormones

"In the past 20 years, we've learned a lot about hunger and satiety hormones," says Scott Isaacs, MD, a board-certified endocrinologist in Atlanta and author of Beat Overeating Now! "The first one was leptin, which was discovered in 1994." Since then, many other hormones that impact hunger, appetite, cravings, and weight have been discovered. "Leptin is a hormone that's produced by fat cells, and it works to suppress appetite in the brain," Isaacs explains. "We used to think a fat cell was an inert storage depot for excess fat, insulating the body. But now we know that fat is an endocrine organ, that is, a gland that produces hormones. Leptin is just one of the hormones produced by fat cells." The amount of leptin circulating in a person is proportional to the amount of body fat and indicates how much energy stores a person has.
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