Natural Sustainable Weight Loss on Long Island

Summer is just around the corner and everyone is looking to feel and look their best. At Integrative Cardiology Center of Long Island, located in Mineola, we have the knowledge and tools to guide you through natural sustainable weight loss to get you ready for this upcoming Spring and Summer seasons.

We have a variety of programs which includes our Fit in Your Genes Weight Loss Program. Designed for patients without known heart disease or cardiac risk disease factors, our ground-breaking approach includes testing for a diversity of genetic markers accountable for sensitivity to multiple types of exercise, macronutrient metabolism, and response to supplements. This 12-24 week program will guide you in the right direction towards achieving a sustained weight loss of 10% of pre-program body weight, increasing muscle mass, and reducing visceral fat.

Fit In Your Genes Holistic Heart Health is a weight loss program aimed at patients with cardiac risk factors or heart disease. The goal of this program is to attain stabilization of heart disease, maintain glucose and cholesterol control, improve blood pressure, and decrease inflammation using our different types of tests. Some of the results of this 12-24 week program can be weight loss, increased energy and vitality, improvements in symptoms of angina, and more.

Whichever program is right for you, Dr. Druz and her staff can help you better understand your body and what will make it healthy in the long-term. Through a variety of tests and lifestyle changes, you will be on a long-term path to wellness. Integrative Cardiology Center of Long Island located in Mineola is the perfect place to achieve natural sustainable weight loss in addition to maintaining stabilization in blood pressure and blood glucose, and cholesterol. Our Fit in Your Genes program offers the most up-to-date genetic and metabolic profile personalized just for you to help achieve your goals this upcoming season!


By | 2018-01-04T22:48:57+00:00 April 18th, 2017|