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Weight Control Services In Irvine

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Weight Control Services

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Business Listing   1ST NUTRITION DR. SOY- FARIBA - Irvine, CA - Phone: (949) 585-9393

Business Listing   Boggess V P DC - Irvine, CA - Phone: (949) 727-4197

Business Listing   Diet Finale - Irvine, CA - Phone: (949) 863-2781

Business Listing   Dr. Food Medical Weight Loss - Irvine, CA - Phone: (949) 333-3663

Business Listing   Duckor Steven L MD Facg Inc - Irvine, CA - Phone: (714) 669-4413

Business Listing   Herbalife Distributor - Irvine, CA - Phone: (949) 261-6237

Business Listing   Herbalife Independent Distribrutor Sondr - Irvine, CA - Phone: (714) 857-1637

Business Listing   Jenny Craig Personal Weight Management - Irvine, CA - Phone: (949) 857-8171

Business Listing   JK Alliance - Irvine, CA - Phone: (949) 660-1633

Business Listing   Oliak Center for Weight Loss - Irvine, CA - Phone: (714) 582-2530

Business Listing   Onderdonk Flory MD - Irvine, CA - Phone: (949) 552-4624

Business Listing   Pacific Holistic Health Center - Irvine, CA - Phone: (949) 653-1187

Business Listing   Right Eating Association - Irvine, CA - Phone: (949) 552-7030

Business Listing   UCI Corporate Health - Irvine, CA - Phone: (949) 824-8770

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Helpful Definition for: Weight Control Services

Weight control services in Irvine cater to people on weight loss programs. They offer popular diets and programs, books, dieting software, and weight loss products and supplements. They help overweight and obese people work on weight-control strategies that include choosing low-fat/low-calorie foods, eating smaller portions, drinking water instead of sugary drinks, and being physically active. They help people achieve a healthy weight by controlling blood pressure, blood sugar and cholesterol, which help prevent other weight-related diseases like heart disease, diabetes, arthritis and some cancers. They help people lose weight by using more calories than what they eat.

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