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A New Way to Think About Dieting

In a study of over 180,000 dieters, it was concluded that 83% of people who start a diet pick one that is virtually guaranteed to fail. Ninety-eight percent of people who lose weight on a diet gain it all back within five years. Some gain more than that.
Posted on February 23, 2011 Read More »

Don’t blame me: It’s all in my genes!

Genes, personal choices and a society that encourages high calorie foods and discourages exercise all play a role in body weight. But, genetic differences may explain why some people gain weight despite a healthy lifestyle while others stay lean without exercising much or paying much attention to what they eat.
Posted on February 9, 2011 Read More »

Super Bowl Diet Survival Guide

Super Bowl Sunday is the first “holiday” of the year that can derail your New Year’s diet and exercise resolution. You don’t have to let that happen.
Posted on February 2, 2011 Read More »

10 Ways to Get Healthier in 2011

Losing weight and getting healthier is the number one resolution for the New Year. A new year brings a fresh start and new hope when you have been stuck in a rut. My advice for starting off your healthy habits is to just get started. Here are ten suggestions for you to start getting healthier in 2011.
Posted on January 5, 2011 Read More »

January Diet Resolutions – Feeling the Pinch?

When it comes to losing weight this year, you may be feeling the pinch…in your waistline and your wallet. Although joining a diet program may seem like a luxury, it could actually save money now, and in the long run as weight-related surgeries, medications, co-pays, and other medical expenses are reduced or eliminated.
Posted on January 2, 2009 Read More »

Hormonal Balance

Welcome to the official blog for Scott Isaacs, M.D. My philosophy is simple: permanent weight loss through hormonal balance.
Posted on April 2, 2008 Read More »