Three Keys to a Healthy Heart

When you think of February, what comes to mind? Chocolate? Roses? Love?  is February, we’re thinking about your heart. February is heart health month and a great opportunity to take stock of the health of your heart.


If you ask Americans what disease they fear most, they’ll likely say cancer. But there’s a killer even more prevalent than cancer…Heart Disease. According to the CDC, heart disease is the number one killer in America. More women die from heart disease than all forms of cancer combined! Men are 2 to 5 times more likely to have coronary heart disease than premenopausal women. But once women reach menopause, their risk is similar to a man’s. Heart disease is a greater threat than cancer. Now for the good news: heart disease is nearly 95% preventable! YES, PREVENTABLE!


There are three key components to heart health: nutrition, blood sugar level, and exercise. When these areas are monitored and kept in check, you can drastically reduce your chances of ever having heart disease.

Nutrition. What you eat (or don’t eat) directly impacts your cardiovascular health. Your blood vessels and heart have a cell lining called the endothelium. The endothelial cells play a critical role in the tone and health of your blood vessels because they produce nitric oxide. Nitric oxide causes your blood vessels to enlarge, which increases the flow of blood through those vessels, helping blood to flow as though the walls of the vessels are slippery. The best way to keep the endothelial cells healthy is by eating plenty of leafy greens, which contain a rich supply of the amino acid L-arginine, the building block of nitric oxide.

Blood Sugar Level. Your blood sugar level measures how much glucose is circulating in your bloodstream and is directly related to the amount of simple carbohydrates that you consume. Over time, chronic high levels of blood sugar increase your risk of heart disease in different ways:
1. Damage and in ammation of the heart. The higher your average blood sugar, the thicker the walls of your heart become.
2. Hardening of the arteries and high blood pressure. High blood sugar levels cause plaque to build up inside your arteries, increasing your risk of a heart attack. The plaque causes your arteries to be stiff and unable to dilate properly causing your heart to work harder to push blood through your sti and narrowed arteries—this is called high blood pressure. To keep your blood glucose levels in check, eat a diet focused on lean proteins, plenty of vegetables, some fruit, and nuts. Limit sugar, white rice and refined flours. Strength train twice a week; intense exercise helps to drive glucose out of your blood and into your muscles where it can be used for energy.

Exercise is a critical part of having a healthy heart. The benefits of a well-designed cardiovascular training routine are pretty obvious, but many don’t realize how important strength training is for heart health. It builds muscle and helps keep your weight down, and also makes your heart stronger.

Weight Control. Being overweight puts you at high risk for heart disease. When you carry around excess fat, your heart has to work harder. It enlarges as it works harder and becomes less efficient. Eventually, this reduction in e ciency culminates in heart disease. As you strength train, you increase the muscle mass in your body, which helps to burn o extra fat, easing the burden on your heart.

Strong Heart. High-Intensity Strength Training, like we do at MaxStrength Fitness, also increases your heart rate, which pushes your heart to become more efficient causing you to grow more capillaries. The result is a heart that is strong and efficient.

This February, make a decision to take care of your heart! If you need help getting your heart health optimized give us a call at 440.835.9090 or go to to request your free initial consultation and demo workout today!


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NAWIC Celebrates Women in Construction Week March 5th-11th

Screen Shot 2017-02-12 at 7.45.24 PMFORT WORTH, Texas, Feb. 9, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — The National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) will celebrate Women in Construction (WIC) Week March 5-11, 2017. WIC Week is the most important date on the NAWIC calendar. This week helps NAWIC advance its mission to enhance the success of women in the construction industry.

“NAWIC has enhanced the success of women in the industry for more than 62 years. We are proud to highlight contributions of women to the industry during Women in Construction Week,” said NAWIC President Connie M. Leipard, CIT.

The focus of WIC Week is to highlight women as a visible component of the construction industry. It is also a time for local chapters to give back to their communities. WIC Week provides an occasion for NAWIC’s thousands of members across the country to raise awareness of the opportunities available for women in the construction industry and to emphasize the growing role of women in the industry.

“Women work in every facet of construction in critically important roles,” said Leipard. “NAWIC’s goal during WIC week is to raise awareness and visibility of the women in these roles. This increased visibility will promote the recruitment of more women and encourage others to start careers in construction. This will ultimately ease the workforce shortage in the industry.”

NAWIC chapters across the nation will celebrate WIC Week with a wide variety of activities. Community service projects, jobsite tours, membership drives, children’s activities, hands-on workshops, fundraisers and school programs are some of the ways local chapters will observe WIC Week. Local chapters are also appealing to their local, state and national representatives to issue official WIC Week proclamations. Visit to locate a NAWIC chapter near you.

Founded in Fort Worth, Texas in 1955, NAWIC is an international association serving 125 chapters in the United States. NAWIC also has affiliates in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, South Africa and the United Kingdom. To learn more about NAWIC, visit For more information, please contact Communications Director Autumn Daughetee at (800) 552-3506.

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Cleveland Housing Network – Prevent Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

chnEvery year, hundreds of people die and thousands are injured from unsuspected exposure to an odorless, colorless gas—carbon monoxide (CO). Studies by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention indicate that, while people recognize CO gas is poisonous, they perceive CO as less dangerous than other household hazards.

CO poisoning is most prevalent when furnaces are turned back on to fight cold winter temperatures, but also commonly occur after summer and winter storms and accompanying power outages, when people tend to rely on portable generators for electricity.

The Cleveland Housing Network (CHN) operates numerous programs to assist with energy conservation and weatherization. CHN averages 8,000 energy conservation jobs a year. Whenever an inspector is dispatched to a property, if there is not a working CO detector and/or smoke detector one is installed.

During cold weather it is important to provide simple reminders to encourage individuals to protect themselves and their families:

  • Install battery-operated CO detectors near every sleeping area in your home.
  • Check CO detectors regularly to be sure they are functioning properly.
  • Have gas or oil furnaces inspected by a qualified professional every year.
  • Never use a generator inside the home or garage, even if doors and windows are open.
  • Only use generators and power washers outside, more than 20 feet away from the home, doors, and windows.
  • Never use a charcoal grill inside the home.

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CHN’s mission is to build strong families and vibrant neighborhoods through quality affordable housing and strengthened financial stability. Check out more info at

Run For All Women Surpasses $100k Donation For Planned Parenthood on 240-Mile Run to Washington DC’s Women’s March

NEW YORK, Jan. 23, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Run For All Women, a running initiative created to support women and provide a hedge against political efforts to defund Planned Parenthood, has successfully raised over $101,525 in just 20 days – more than double their original goal, as of Jan. 23, 2017. Alison Mariella Désir was one of 4 women that led the 240-mile relay from Harlem, New York to Washington, DC from January 18th – 21st. Hundreds of runners and supporters along the way donated supplies, food, time and encouragement to the Run For All Women team.

The original fundraising amount – $44,000 – was chosen to honor the 44th President, Barack Obama. The Run For All Women team has quickly received immense support and solidarity (from all over the world), which has allowed them to spread the word so quickly.
“Looking to defund Planned Parenthood is a huge threat to women. I wanted to send a message through this run that we are here; that we are going to continue to make our voices heard, and that there’s power in just a small idea,” explains Désir in an interview with MSNBC’s AM JOY.

Stations were set up every 4 miles along the 240-mile relay to allow other runners to join the journey, cheer and show support. The run passed through New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maryland, ending at Women’s March in DC 2 hours ahead of schedule.

Jami Gobao, one of the event runners, Baltimore mobilizers and supporters who ran the 40-mile journey from Baltimore to Washington DC, described the event as “a surreal, empowering experience that puts in perspective the power of change. This event was a reminder not to be complacent, and that each person, each woman, has the ability to be the change.

Désir hopes to use this newly created platform to continue to engage, build relationships, and provide support for the next four years during Trump’s presidency and beyond.
The Run For All Women GoFundMe page, which will be accepting donations for Planned Parenthood through February 1st, can be viewed here:

Follow Run For All Women on Twitter @run4allwomen –
#4WomenRunForAllWomen #Run4AllWomen
For more information on Planned Parenthood, visit
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Women and Heart Disease

Do you know what causes heart disease in women? What about the survival rate? Or whether women of all ethnicities share the same risk? The fact is: Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women, causing 1 in 3 deaths each year. That’s approximately one woman every minute! But it doesn’t affect all women alike, and the warning signs for women aren’t the same in men.

There are several misconceptions about heart disease in women and they could be putting you at risk. The American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women movement advocates for more research and swifter action for women’s heart health for this very reason. We women sure know a lot of numbers by heart, like phone numbers, birthdays, pin numbers, and passwords. But do you know the most critical numbers for your heart health? That knowledge could just save your life.

That’s why Go Red For Women and The Heart Truth are encouraging all women to schedule a visit with their doctor to learn their personal health numbers including Blood Pressure, Cholesterol, Blood Sugar, and Body Mass Index (BMI), and assess their risk for heart disease and stroke.

It’s time to learn the most critical numbers in Your life. Your heart depends on it.

Well-known heart attack symptoms can include chest pain and radiating discomfort in the left arm. But there are several other ways your body may tell you when something isn’t quite right, potentially with your heart. There are four silent heart attack symptoms that women should definitely be aware of: Shortness of breath, back pain, jaw pain, and nausea.

• A healthy diet and lifestyle are your best weapons in the fight against heart disease.

• Whether you’re facing crisis or simply managing the challenges of fast-paced living, don’t let stress get out of control.

• Losing weight usually takes effort and keeping it off has its own set of challenges. But your small everyday choices matter!

• Walking is the simplest positive change you can make to improve your heart health.

Trust Your Gut
If you aren’t feeling normal or are experiencing any of the symptoms above, head to your local emergency room. It is better to take care of yourself and prevent damage to your heart, in the event you are having a heart attack. A woman’s intuition is a very strong thing; don’t ever discount it.

Source: American Heart Association Go Red For WomenWomen and Heart Disease

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Tips for 2017 that Will Create a Lean Healthier You!

  • Drink more water.  I recommend 50% of your body weight in ounces.  Start your morning with warm water & lemon.  This will gently break the night of fasting, rehydrate, regenerate & stimulate your digestive system.  You will find the more water you drink, the more energy & better skin you will have!
  • Get moving. You don’ need to be a marathoner to be successful at exercising. Start slowly.  20-30 minutes three times a week is plenty.  Find a healthy balance. How about setting your alarm 20 minutes earlier to get your blood moving before starting the day. A simple morning walk on the treadmill is all you need!
  • Manage Stress.  Stress is just as deadly as a bad diet.  It elevates cortisol, increase hunger & disrupts your gut bacteria.  Stress can undo the perfect diet.  Try to be mindful & aware of your stress levels throughout the day.
  • Detox your beauty products.  The average women slathers on 168 chemicals & sprays before ever leaving the house. A lot of those “mineral” make-ups actually contain bismuth and/or lead. Learn about your cosmetics, sprays & lotions. Your skin is your biggest organ – chemicals get absorbed through it, ending up in your bloodstream.
  • Eat Real food!!  It is just that – single one ingredient foods.  Do you see an ingredient label on an avocado?  The Standard American Diet is not food!  It is high calorie, over processed, overloaded with chemically altered sugars, hormones, fats & GMO’s..making it chemical junk! This leads to metabolic malfunction, obesity & inflammation! Research has show that eating whole foods & healthier fats, stimulates weight loss, reverses diabetes, heart disease & even dementia.
  • Eat Fat.  We have been brainwashed to believe that fats make us fat. Highly processed, sugar filled foods will make you fat.  According to Dr. Hyman, at the Cleveland Clinic Integrative Medicine Center, “dietary fat affects your brain chemistry by turning off the craving & addiction centers making it easy to naturally regulate your appetite. Fat is the key ingredient for proper brain, mood & nerve function. Swap out vegetable, canola & corn oils for coconut oil, extra virgin olive oil & avocado oil.
  • Find the cause of your symptoms.  If you are having gas, bloating, brain fog, acid reflux, acne, psoriasis or any other kind of inflammatory processes – know why!  Taking anti-acids, analgesics, proton pump inhibitors is not getting to the root cause.  If you were sitting on a tack would you take a pain killer or remove the tack?
    It is usually something on your plate that causes inflammation.  I believe, “All disease begins in the gut.” – Hippocrates.

    Approximately 92% of people fall short of their New Year’s Resolutions. Will you be one of them this new year or will you choose a sustainable path?

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Heal Your Gut, Heal Your Body

By Dr. James Krystosik

A growing body of research demonstrates that if the function and integrity of the gut (intestines) is restored, the body can heal itself. How is that possible? For starts, 70% of our immune system is in the gut. If substances that irritate the body are removed (toxins, hidden food allergies, stress) and elements missing are replaced (beneficial bacteria, vitamins, minerals, hormones), the body is able to heal itself. At my health care facility, we don’t guess the values of these vital components…we test. Functional medical tests unveil the cause of digestive illness—the leaky gut. The number one enemy of digestive wellness is leaky gut syndrome (LGS); it is no joking matter. It affects millions of people and is the underlying cause of a long list of illnesses. Asthma, repeated infections (sinus, kidney, bladder, lung), eczema, hives, migraine, irritable bowel, fungal disorders, weight loss, fibromyalgia, depression, inflammatory joint disorders, and an epidemic of autoimmune diseases (rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, psoriasis) are caused by LGS.

Thousands of research studies clearly demonstrate that there is a world of health care information never shared with you because your doctor doesn’t have time to study this research. For over 25 years, I have been deeply immersed in studying and prescribing lifestyle medicine based on this research. A healthy digestive system means more than freedom from the annoyances of bloating, gas, indigestion and heartburn. A healthy digestive system is connected to the health of every organ and system of your body. After treating over 15,000 patients, I have discovered that if I help patients fix their gut, the body will heal itself.

For an appointment with Dr. Krystosik, call 440.519.1766.
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Essential Oils and Aromatherapy Take the Fear and Anxiety out of Dental Visits

screen-shot-2017-01-04-at-10-10-10-pmFear of the dentist is one of the top three reasons for dental neglect. No need to worry anymore! Experiencing the therapeutic effectiveness of essential oils will turn your dental visit into a relaxation session that will keep you coming back. Scientific research validates the value of essential oils in decreasing anxiety and stress. A small application to the temples, back of the neck or wrists, and even inhalation in the waiting area provides relaxation before and during the dental visit. Essential oils are known to provide a calming effect during injections too! Adults and children can both benefit.

The benefits extend beyond the psychological to physical well-being. Aromatherapy has antimicrobial and antiviral properties and increases the oxygen level in the air and cleans the air. There is no “dental office smell” here! Enhancing the experience is what dental “care” is all about. The addition of these holistic modalities truly create piece of mind. If taking care of your teeth is a challenge, our integrative practice can help you with the use of aromatherapy and essential oils.

Health Inspired Dentistry 6151 Wilson Mills Road, Suite 300 • Highland Hts. 44143
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What is whole body Cryotherapy and why try it?

By Mark Belter

screen-shot-2017-01-04-at-10-13-13-pmWhole body cryotherapy enables the natural healing of your body in a 3 minute process. It is used and studied for the reduction in chronic pain. It reduces inflammation and soreness that clients may experience from those annoying aches and pains to those who are dealing with Fibromyalgia, Arthritis, MS, joint pain, and even Migraines.

How does the process work? You enter the Cryochamber for a 3 minute session where your body’s surface temperature will be lowered. During the session, blood vessels will begin forcing blood away from the peripheral tissue and towards a person’s core. In the core, the body’s natural filtration system removes toxins and inflammatory properties of the blood. The blood becomes optimally oxygenated, which accelerates the healing results. The body’s toxins break down and the brain releases endorphins that have a beneficial biochemical healing affect throughout the body. Stop in to Cryo-Freeze Health and Recovery to experience the natural power of the cold and feel great in just 3 minutes. We have special introductory pricing! It is a great experience. Visit our website for more information:

Cryo-Freeze Health and Recovery 25963 Detroit Road • Westlake 44145
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New Year, New You, New Friends

Provided By Claire Broome

It always helps to share your New Year’s resolution with someone you trust. With a friend, you actually join that gym or start volunteering instead of just hoping you might. But what if this year your goal is to maintain a consistently clean house? If you want to enjoy the peace of mind and pride that come with a well-kept living space, make PetalSweet Cleaning your ally.

Most cleaning services are, at best, casual acquaintances. At PetalSweet, we form lasting relationships with our clients—we not only take the care you would in tidying, scrubbing and polishing your
home, but in getting to know your pets and family too.

And as friends do, we want to share secrets with you … whether you’re looking to get rid of grunge or just organize a bit, you’ll find tips below to help keep your fresh start going well after January first.

• GET WARM AND FUZZY. Indulge your dog or cat with a bit of extra petting and brushing each day and you may find you both feel lighter. Well-groomed animals shed less, which means less vacuuming, fewer hairballs and maybe even some lint relief for your washer and dryer.

• INVEST IN A BREATHER. Kitchens and bathrooms can collect fumes and moisture. Greasy or damp-smelling spots are already unappealing, but smoke and mold buildup can also be bad for your health. Up-to-date range hoods and vents keep things aired out, inviting and healthy.

• FALL IN LOVE ALL OVER AGAIN. Updating or re-purposing a room (it can be something as simple as new throw pillows or as involved as creating a crafting space) can fuel enthusiasm to keep it spruced up. When you enjoy the surroundings you’ve created, it’s second-nature to make sure they continue to look nice.

• LIGHTEN YOUR LOAD. Despite advertisers’ massive shift to digital venues, chances are there’s still a ton of junk mail headed to your house. The Federal Trade Commission provides painless steps to opt out of prescreened credit and insurance offers, as well as commercial mailings from many national companies. If it can’t get to your mailbox, it can’t collect on your counter.

• NOBODY’S PERFECT. The thing about a living space is, well, people live in it! Try to keep in mind that dirt and clutter inevitably happen—if you focus on managing them rather then banishing them, chances are you (and everyone in your home) will feel less frustrated or overwhelmed, and more likely to tackle tidying tasks on a regular basis.

And of course, it’s always okay to ask for help. PetalSweet Cleaning’s owner Jesica Wilfong knows exactly how difficult it can be to manage house cleaning in addition to work, family, and whatever else life throws your way—that’s why she started this exceptional company. Call 330.635.2294 to schedule your cleaning today!

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End the Needless Suffering Today

Help for pelvic floor dysfunction

Literally millions of Americans are suffering from pelvic floor dysfunction but for many the disease goes undiagnosed and untreated. Pelvic floor dysfunction refers to a wide range of problems where there is weakness or tightness in the muscles of the pelvic floor or impairment of the sacroiliac joints, low back, tailbone/coccyx and/or hip joints. The pelvic floor is made up of 3 layers of muscles that form a sling that goes from the pubic bone to the tailbone. These often “forgotten” muscles assist in supporting the organs of the pelvis and abdomen along with helping to control bowel, bladder and sexual function.

Conditions of pelvic floor dysfunction may be due to any of the following: Infection, pregnancy or childbirth, insidious onset, trauma (bad fall or sexual abuse), poor posture from low back pain or sacroiliac dysfunction, malalignments of the pelvis/tailbone or spine, or a result of surgery.

Meghan Graf is a Physical Therapist at Ferrell-Whited Physical Therapy Services in Medina that specializes in helping women with their pelvic floor dysfunction. Her specialty includes taking an often complex set of factors and symptoms and addressing each individual with a caring, sensitive approach. She can help with any of the following among others:
1) Disorders of the bladder including incontinence, urgency, frequency, inability to fully empty the bladder, pain or pressure in the bladder (Interstitial Cystitis/Painful Bladder Syndrome)
2) Sexual Dysfunction or painful intercourse
3) Pelvic organ prolapses
4) Pelvic pain
5) Pudendal neuralgia
6) Vulvodynia
7) Low back pain or sciatica

FAQ’s or Misconceptions

What can I Expect During a Treatment?
Meghan uses a gentle approach to evaluate the alignment of your spine and pelvis. She will check for tightness or weakness in your pelvic floor muscles without using a speculum and only within your comfort level. She may incorporate a pelvic floor strengthening program that consists of much more than just “doing your kegels” or she may need to work out some of the tightness in your pelvic floor with gentle trigger point releases and muscle massage.

If I am SUFFERING from INCONTINENCE, doing KEGELS is definitely the way to fix that, RIGHT?
This is one of the most common misconceptions women believe as many times they have been taught to just “do their kegels” as a solution to this annoying problem.  e fact is that if YOU have tightened or shortened pelvic floor muscles (which occur for a variety of reasons), doing kegels could actually make your problem worse! Meghan can evaluate you to determine the best course of treatment unique to your needs and musculoskeletal condition.

If a person has had surgery or is planning a SURGERY to address pelvic floor dysfunction, pelvic floor therapy WILL NOT BE HELPFUL for them?
Incorrect. Physical therapists often work very closely with surgeons to achieve the best results for their patients. Surgery is designed to correct an anatomical problem, but it is important to achieve full muscle control and function after surgery to achieve optimal outcomes. Physical therapy can help achieve that.

Does what I EAT OR DRINK have any IMPACT ON MY SYMPTOMS of urinary dysfunction?
Many women who have problems with incontinence shy away from drinking much water as they think it will make their problem worse. Actually the opposite is true. Not drinking enough water can increase the concentration of your urine which can actually worsen symptoms in many cases. Seems counterproductive to drink more water but it can actually be helpful. Also, there are certain “bladder irritants” such as coffee or tea that when eliminated or decreased in your diet can be extremely helpful in lessening your symptoms.

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2017 is Your Year, You Can Do It!

Thinking about starting that diet at the first of the new year? Check out Last Diet Ever and let this be your LAST DIET EVER.

During the holiday season, it’s not unusual for individuals to experience weight gain as a result of indulging at family gatherings and office parties. In fact, statistics show that many will gain between 7-15 pounds in the weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Since it can be difficult to start a new weight loss program when there are so many tempting treats available, many people wait until the first of the year to make a commitment. Countless individuals will undoubtedly make a New Year’s resolution for 2017 to get back on track and shed all of their unwanted pounds.

The professionals at Last Diet Ever find that a good plan is to sign up for the program, get approval early in December, so participants will be ready to begin their rapid weight loss journey on New Year’s Day. This strategy allows participants to get a head-start in the game of weight loss so they can potentially lose 6-10 pounds by the end of the first week of January. It’s worth noting that by that time, those who chose the gym or their own program may only squeeze in a few workouts and have little to show for it. Those who are interested in medically supervised weight management will discover that a combination of healthy eating, light exercise, hCG treatments, and personal counseling courtesy of Last Diet Ever’s staff can lead to more significant results than diet and exercise alone.

Despite the growing popularity of their weight loss program, Last Diet Ever may be unknown to many residents in this area. It may be interesting to learn that the staff at Last Diet Ever is an excellent resource when it comes to nutritional advice and other helpful tools. For starters, Last Diet Ever encourages participants to purchase fresh fruits, vegetables, and lean meats—including wild-caught fish from their local grocery store. A healthy diet filled with the aforementioned foods can be extremely beneficial to those struggling with their weight, especially when it’s combined with regular hCG treatments. Since Last Diet Ever specializes in medically supervised weight management, they’re able to provide program participants with a naturally occurring hormone called hCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) which has shown to act as a weight loss aid. This hormone can only be prescribed by a medical doctor, so traditional weight loss centers aren’t authorized to give it to clients.

Those who are unsure as to whether this weight loss program will deliver the desired results may benefit from reading some of the success stories from other participants. For instance, Last Diet Ever recently had a gentleman in his 70s complete a 4-week protocol and lose more than 20 pounds. During his follow up call with Last Diet Ever, he expressed his satisfaction with the results and the ease at which he was able to stick with the program, despite frequent get-togethers with friends. Not only did the gentleman lose weight in difficult-to-target areas with excess fat stores, but he was able to get his blood sugar, blood pressure, and cholesterol levels down to the normal range. And he’s not the only one. This weight loss center has helped many participants get off of insulin medications, blood pressure medications, and cholesterol medications.

Those who are unsure as to whether this weight loss program will deliver the desired results may benefit from reading some of the success stories from other participants. For instance, Last Diet Ever recently had a gentleman in his 70s complete a 4-week protocol and lose more than 20 pounds. During his follow up call with Last Diet Ever, he expressed his satisfaction with the results and the ease at which he was able to stick with the program, despite frequent get-togethers with friends. Not only did the gentleman lose weight in difficult-to-target areas with excess fat stores, but he was able to get his blood sugar, blood pressure, and cholesterol levels down to the normal range. And he’s not the only one. This weight loss center has helped many participants get off of insulin medications, blood pressure medications, and cholesterol medications.

Last Diet Ever is extremely grateful to those who have allowed this weight loss center to help them on their journey toward better health. The staff members at Last Diet Ever have found it to be very rewarding to see the results and hear the testimonies. Since this is a season of reflection and thankfulness, Last Diet Ever and the staff wish to say “thank you” to all former patients who have undergone this weight loss program, made permanent lifestyle changes, and are now enjoying a healthier, richer life because of it. Those who are interested in a medically supervised weight management are encouraged to learn more about Last Diet Ever by visiting Those with questions regarding the safety of rapid weight loss and the effectiveness of hCG treatments are encouraged to contact the office directly at 330.721.1422.

Last Diet Ever
750 E Washington St, Ste D-4
Medina, Ohio 44256
Ph: 330.721.1422