Hormone Pellet Therapy for Weight Loss in Lake Charles, LA
As men and women move into middle age, they may find that they feel sluggish and have packed on some pounds, especially around the midsection. This feeling of low energy accompanied by weight gain can be a sign of hormone imbalance.
Proper levels of testosterone help keep men and women energized and promote the building of lean muscle mass. Although testosterone levels are naturally higher in males, the hormone is still vital to women.
Correct levels of testosterone are associated with having higher energy levels. Those who have low testosterone levels tend to have more sedentary lifestyles and poor eating habits, both of which can contribute to weight gain.
However, the BioTE® method using hormone pellet therapy can restore hormonal balance and have you feeling more energetic and ready to take on more physical activity, which can help you lose weight.
What is Hormone Pellet Therapy for Weight Loss?
Hormone pellet therapy is a treatment designed to combat testosterone imbalance. It's not a magic pill that leads to weight loss, but when testosterone is balanced in the body, the ability and desire to exercise may return. In addition, balanced hormones contribute to better quality of sleep and aid in the body's ability to recoup and rebuild, which boosts the energy to work out and lose weight.
How Does Hormone Pellet Therapy for Weight Loss Work?
The BioTE® method using hormone pellet therapy releases a steady stream of hormones within the body that lasts three to five months.
Not only does pellet therapy help battle weight gain, but it can improve your mood, enhance your libido, boost your energy, and relieve other symptoms related to hormone imbalance. Remember the energy you had when you were in high school? The BioTE® method using hormone pellet therapy can help you get back to feeling that way.
Request Hormone Pellet Therapy for Weight Loss Information Today
Hormone pellet therapy is a safe and effective treatment that has been in use for decades. Request more information about the BioTE® method utilizing hormone pellet therapy today: Call (337) 475-8949 or contact Anne Griepsma online.
Alice Babst Prestia, MD, APMC