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Some people burn calories without exercising; some don't. While there are a few of us who are blessed with this gift, the rest of us need to burn calories through exercise to lose weight. Sure, you could always limit your calorie intake by eating less. But how far can you go with starvation? Exercise is the key.

The National Institutes of Health provides clear guidelines on when you should see a bariatrician for weight loss. The guidelines are: You're trying to lose more than 15 to 20 pounds; you have health conditions; you're taking medications; or you're planning to take medication to lose weight.

When it comes to dropping weight, commitment is an important factor. You have to commit yourself to the weight loss program. Do away with the fad diet plans and exercise gimmicks. In addition, it takes effort, patience and perseverance to attain your weight goals.

Over 97% of our 14,000 clients lost medically significant weight during their first month on our medical weight loss program. The Rader Weight Loss Method developed by Dr. Rader has spread to at least 21 other states, with many more clinics expressing serious interest. Our five-year weight loss maintenance success is 10 times the national average of other programs.

Any physical activity is good since it burns calories and prevents weight gain. However, yoga may not have the same intensity and calorie-burning power compared to aerobics, running or weight training. An hour of Yoga burns 240 calories compared to 360 calories doing aerobic workouts.

Dr. Rader and Dr. Freshwater are the only physicians in Idaho to pass all three of the processes to become board-certified in weight loss medicine. Not only is Dr. Rader a treatment specialist, he is an instructor who teaches other doctors his weight loss medicine methods. Many doctors have trained with Dr. Rader, while local physicians refer patients to him.

Our feet consist of tiny bones that carry the weight of our entire body. As we gain more weight, our feet carry the burden. This makes our feet susceptible to health problems. This is made worse with diabetes, which can trigger nerve damage or infections in our feet.

We pride ourselves on having Dr. Rader as our weight loss program developer. He has been nationally recognized by the American Society of Bariatric Physicians as the 2007 Medical Weight Loss Doctor of the Year. The clinical results of our program are no secret because we post them on our website. This is our commitment to being transparent with our program's results.

When buying a cup of brew at the local coffee shop, do you go overboard with the creamer, sugar or milk? Before putting extras in your coffee, you might want to check out the nutritional data on your flavor fixtures. Like desserts, some of these drinks have bloated levels of calories. When it comes to weight loss, all calories count.

You're considered obese when your weight is 20% or more above the normal weight that you should have. The most common measure of obesity is the body mass index, or BMI. A person is considered overweight if his or her BMI is between 25 and 29.9. A person is considered obese if his or her BMI is over 30. "Morbid obesity" means that a person has a BMI of 40 or higher.
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