Weight Loss & Management

weight loss


Learning to eat well, lose weight sustainable, and manage your weight effectively 


Why lose weight?

Carrying excess weight can have serious health implications, increasing your risk of heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure and cancer, as well as diabetes.

But the good news is that losing even a small amount can make a big difference to your health even losing just 5 – 10% of total body weight can have significant benefits, leading to improvement in glycaemic control, a reduction in blood pressure and cholesterol levels.

 Quick-Fixes: lose weight for good,  should be with weight management program.

Whether or not you have diabetes, losing weight is one of the very best things you can do for your health. But it can seem a daunting challenge. At Angeli Doctor services we’re here to provide all the expert help and support you need to develop – and follow – a truly personalised weight management programme.

​For most patients, changes in diet and lifestyle produce excellent results. But, depending on your specific weight management issues and associated health problems, your personalised programme may incorporate advanced medications, such as the revolutionary new weight-loss drugs Saxenda® and Mysimba®.

We can also provide expert advice on he use referral to the specialist if is necessary , such as an endobarrier or gastric balloon, and even bariatric surgery.

                                    BEING OVERWEIGHT OR OBESE

What is Obesity? 

 obese is the person who's describes  very overweight, with a lot of body fat.

There are many ways in which a person's health in relation to their weight can be classified, but the most widely used method is body mass index (BMI).

BMI is a measure of whether you're a healthy weight for your height. You can use the BMI healthy weight calculator to work out your score.

For most adults, a BMI of:

  • 18.5 to 24.9 means you're a healthy weight

  • 25 to 29.9 means you're overweight

  • 30 to 39.9 means you're obese

  • 40 or above means you're severely obese

BMI is not used to definitively diagnose obesity because people who are very muscular sometimes have a high BMI without excess fat. 

But for most people, BMI is a useful indication of whether they're a healthy weight, overweight or obese.

A better measure of excess fat is waist circumference, which can be used as an additional measure in people who are overweight (with a BMI of 25 to 29.9) or moderately obese (with a BMI of 30 to 34.9).

Generally, men with a waist circumference of 94cm or more and women with a waist circumference of 80cm or more are more likely to develop obesity-related health problems.

Risks of obesity

It's very important to take steps to tackle obesity because, as well as causing obvious physical changes, it can lead to a number of serious and potentially life-threatening conditions.

These include:

​problems related to obesity include:

  • breathlessness

  • increased sweating

  • snoring

  • difficulty doing physical activity

  • often feeling very tired

  • joint and back pain

  • low confidence and self-esteem

  • feeling isolated

 Risk of developing many potentially serious health conditions, including:

How do weight-loss medications work?

Prescription medications to treat overweight and obesity work in different ways. For example, some medications may help you feel less hungry or full sooner. Other medications may make it harder for your body to absorb fat from the foods you eat.

Who might benefit from weight-loss medications?

Weight-loss medications are meant to help people who may have health problems related to overweight or obesity. Before prescribing a weight-loss medication, your doctor also will consider

  • the likely benefits of weight loss

  • the medication’s possible side effects

  • your current health issues and other medications

  • your family's medical history

  • cost

Health care professionals often use BMI to help decide who might benefit from weight-loss medications. Your doctor may prescribe a medication to treat your overweight or obesity if you are an adult with

Weight-loss medications aren’t for everyone with a high BMI. Some people who are overweightor obese may lose weight with a lifestyle program that helps them change their behaviors and improve their eating and physical activity habits. A lifestyle program may also address other factors that affect weight gain, such as eating triggers and not getting enough sleep.


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