Accurate Education – Weight Loss & Obesity

Weight Loss & Obesity

 

See also:

Accurate Weight Loss Program

Nutrition and Supplements

 

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– Oliver Hardy

Accurate Clinic Weight Loss Program

Program – Documents for First Visit

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  1. List of Patient’s Physicians (form 1027)
  2. Patient Contact Information (form 1030)
  3. Notice of Privacy Practices and After Hours Clinic Contact (form 1084)
  4. Information Request Form (form 1428)
  5. Medications, Opioids and Pregnancy Agreement (form 1509)

 

 

Program – Body Composition Analysis (BCA)

  1. Body Composition Analysis – Patient Preparation handout
  2. Measurement of visceral fat by abdominal bioelectrical impedance analysis is beneficial in medical checkup. – PubMed – NCBI
  3. The clinical importance of visceral adiposity – a critical review of methods for visceral adipose tissue analysis – 2012
  4. The use of bioelectrical impedance to detect excess visceral and subcutaneous fat – 2007

 

Program – NLAL Lipolysis

NLAL Lipolysis – Handouts

  1. NLAL Lipolysis
  2. NLAL – Patient Treatment Info

NLAL Lipolysis – References

  1. Fat Liquefaction – Effect of Low-Level Laser Energy on Adipose Tissue
  2. Application of low-level laser therapy for noninvasive body contouring. – PubMed – NCBI
  3. Body contouring using 635-nm low level laser therapy. – PubMed – NCBI
  4. Efficacy of low-level laser therapy for body contouring and spot fat reduction. – PubMed – NCBI
  5. Independent evaluation of low-level laser therapy at 635 nm for non-invasive body contouring of the waist, hips, and thighs. – PubMed – NCBI
  6. Low-level laser therapy as a non-invasive approach for body contouring: a randomized, controlled study. – PubMed – NCBI

 

Program –  SML Mini-Meals

  1. Accurate Clinic – SML Program Guide
  2. Accurate Clinic – SML Diet Guidelines
  3. Wellness (Anti-inflammatory) Diet: Overview
  4. Wellness Diet: Menu Examples

 

Foods

  1. Chia Seeds
  2. Pistachios
  3. Fiber

 

Weight Loss

CAM – Supplements for weight loss:

  1. Multi-Nutrient Supplements
  2. NRF2 Activators
  3. CoQ10
  4. Nicotinamide Riboside (NR)

 

Appetite Suppressants

Appetite Suppressants –  CAM

  1. Appe-control and Hunger Block

 

Appetite Suppressants – Prescription Medications

  1. Adipex (Phentermine)
  2. Belviq (Lorcaserin)
  3. Bupropion
  4. Contrave (Bupropion/Naltrexone)
  5. Invokana (Canagliflozin)
  6. Naltrexone
  7. Orlistat (Xenical, Alli)
  8. Qsymia (Phentermine and Topiramate)
  9. Saxenda (Liraglutide)
  10. Topamax (Topiramate)

 

 

Eating Behavior

Eating Behavior – Emotional Eating

  1. Emotional Eating

 

Eating Behavior – ExternalEating Cues

  1. External Eating Cues

 

Eating Behavior – Fasting

  1. Calorie restriction increases life span: a molecular mechanism. – PubMed – NCBICalorie restriction increases muscle mitochondrial biogenesis in healthy humans. – 2007
  2. A double-blind, placebo-controlled test of 2 d of calorie deprivation – effects on cognition, activity, sleep, and interstitial glucose concentrations – 2008
  3. Fasting and refeeding differentially regulate NLRP3 inflammasome activation in human subjects – 2015

 

Maladaptive Eating – Cravings, Binging & Addictive-like Eating

Maladaptive Eating – Cravings

Cravings – Overview

  1. Food craving – new contributions on its assessment, moderators, and consequences – 2015
  2. Pickles and ice cream! Food cravings in pregnancy – 2014
  3. Relationship of cravings with weight loss and hunger – Results from a 6 month worksite weight loss intervention – 2013
  4. How Relevant is Food Craving to Obesity and Its Treatment? – 2014

 

Cravings – Treatment

Cravings Treatment –  CAM Supplements

  1. Quercetin
  1. Synaptamine

 

 

Maladaptive Eating – Binge Eating Disoder (BED)

BED – Overview

  1. Binge Eating Disorder – Recognition, Diagnosis, and Treatment

 

BED – Dopamine

  1. Binge eating disorder and the dopamine D2 receptor: genotypes and sub-phenotypes. – PubMed – NCBI
  2. Dopamine for “Wanting” and Opioids for “Liking” – A Comparison of Obese Adults With and Without Binge Eating-2009

 

BED – Treatment

BED – Treatment, Overview

  1. Current and Emerging Drug Treatments for Binge Eating Disorder – 2014
  2. Pharmacological management of binge eating disorder – current and emerging treatment options

 

BED -Treatment, Bupropion

  1. Bupropion for Overweight Women with Binge Eating Disorder – Randomized Double-blind Placebo-controlled Trial – 2013

 

BED -Treatment, Chromium

  1. Chromium Picolinate – Summary
  2. A Double-blind, Randomized Pilot Trial of Chromium Picolinate for Binge Eating Disorder – Results of the Binge Eating and Chromium (BEACh) Study – 2013
  3. Dietary chromium supplementation for targeted treatment of diabetes patients with comorbid depression and binge eating. – PubMed – NCBI

 

BED -Treatment, Contrave

  1. Treatment of Binge Eating Disorder in Obesity: Naltrexone: Bupropion Combination Versus Placebo – Full Text View – ClinicalTrials.gov

 

Obesity

Obesity – Visceral Fat

Obesity, Visceral Fat – Overviews

  1. Pathophysiology of Human Visceral Obesity – An Update

 

Obesity, Visceral Fat – Biomarkers

Obesity, Visceral Fat Biomarkers – Adinopectin

  1. The role of fat topology in the risk of disease. – PubMed – NCBI

Obesity, Visceral Fat Biomarkers – IL-6

  1. Metabolic obesity: the paradox between visceral and subcutaneous fat. – PubMed – NCBI

Obesity, Visceral Fat Biomarkers – Hypertriglyceridemia

  1. Hypertriglyceridemic waist – a useful screening phenotype in preventive cardiology? – 2007

 

Obesity, Visceral Fat – Exercise

  1. Effect of exercise training intensity on abdominal visceral fat and body composition

Obesity, Visceral Fat – Genetics

  1. Genetic and behavioral influences on body fat distribution. – PubMed – NCBI
  2. The genetics of fat distribution – 2014

Obesity, Visceral Fat – Stress

  1. Interleukin-1 beta – a potential link between stress and the development of visceral obesity – 2012

 

Obesity – Vitamins

Obesity, Vitamins – Overviews

  1. Vitamin status in morbidly obese patients – a cross-sectional study – 2008

 

Obesity – Vitamin C

Obesity – Vitamin D

  1. Decreased bioavailability of vitamin D in obesity – 2000
  2. Higher visceral fat area increases the risk of vitamin D insufficiency and deficiency in Chinese adults – 2015
  3. Obesity and vitamin D 2004
  4. Rising serum 25-hydroxy-vitamin D levels after weight loss in obese women correlate with improvement in insulin resistance. – PubMed – NCBI
  5. The Effect Of Vitamin D Supplementation On Serum 25OHD In Thin And Obese Women – 2012
  6. The Longitudinal Association of Vitamin D Serum Concentrations & Adiposity Phenotype – 2013
  7. Vitamin D and Its Relationship with Obesity and Muscle – 2014
  8. Vitamin D supplementation enhances the beneficial effects of weight loss on cardiovascular disease risk markers – 2009
  9. Update on vitamin D – pros and cons – 2015

Obesity – Comorbid Conditions

Obesity – Fatty Liver

  1. The role of visceral and subcutaneous adipose tissue fatty acid composition in liver pathophysiology associated with NAFLD. – PubMed – NCBI
  2. What non-alcoholic fatty liver disease has got to do with obstructive sleep apnoea syndrome and viceversa? – PubMed – NCBI

Obesity – Kidney Disease

  1. Association of visceral fat area with chronic kidney disease and metabolic syndrome risk in the general population

 

Obesity – Metabolic Syndrome

  1. Association of visceral fat area with chronic kidney disease and metabolic syndrome risk in the general population
  2. Abdominal Obesity and the Metabolic Syndrome – Contribution to Global Cardiometabolic Risk – 2008
  3. Metabolic syndrome and adipose tissue: new clinical aspects and therapeutic targets. – PubMed – NCBI
  4. Subcutaneous and Visceral Adipose Tissue: Their Relation to the Metabolic Syndrome: Endocrine Reviews: Vol 21, No 6

Obesity – Oxidative Stress

  1. Oxidative stress drivers and modulators in obesity and cardiovascular disease: from biomarkers to therapeutic approach. – PubMed – NCBI

Obesity – Sleep Apnea

  1. Visceral fat and respiratory complications – 2004
  2. What non-alcoholic fatty liver disease has got to do with obstructive sleep apnoea syndrome and viceversa? – PubMed – NCBI

 

Educational Resources

Resources for Help

Emphasis on Education

 

Accurate Clinic promotes patient education as the foundation of it’s medical care. In Dr. Ehlenberger’s integrative approach to patient care, including conventional and complementary and alternative medical (CAM) treatments, he may encourage or provide advice about the use of supplements. However, the specifics of choice of supplement, dosing and duration of treatment should be individualized through discussion with Dr. Ehlenberger. The following information and reference articles are presented to provide the reader with some of the latest research to facilitate evidence-based, informed decisions regarding the use of conventional as well as CAM treatments.

 

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