Healthy weight loss isn’t just about a “diet” or “program”. it’s about an ongoing lifestyle that includes long term changes in daily eating and exercise habits.
Losing weight is not easy, and it takes commitment. But if you’re ready to get started Vanité Clinic is the place for you to begin.
At Vanité Clinic we have our own qualified practitioner who is very accomplished in Weight Management who will take your weight loss very seriously.
Here at Vanité Clinic we deal with weight loss in 3 different ways.
- Orlistat (Xenical® and any generic) 120mg Hard Capsules
- Naltrexone hydrochloride / bupropion hydrochloride (Mysimba®) 8 mg/90 mg prolonged release tablets.
- Liraglutide (Saxenda®) 6 mg/ml solution for injection in pre-filled pen
These 3 ways will allow you to lose weight effectively and efficiently while getting the best results and constant advice from our practitioner Farishta Farhang.
The main benefits of weight loss are:
- Decreased risk of diabetes
- Lowered blood pressure
- Improved mobility
- Confidence boost
There are healthy ways to lose weight and there are very unhealthy options which could cause you harm here at Vanité clinic we offer healthy options for you to lose weight safely and ensure you are doing it the correct way.
Our healthcare professional Farishta Farhang is also SCOPE registered.
SCOPE is the Strategic Centre for Obesity Professional Education. SCOPE allows our healthcare professional to provide the best possible support to patients with obesity. By Farishta completing this course it now allows her to work with our customers to achieve obesity related targets including halting the rise of obesity.
SCOPE is recognised for there amazing training courses to enable healthcare professionals to correctly recognise obesity and help their clients/customers to lose weight, our weight management professional Farishta Farhang is a licensed and certified member of SCOPE so she has trained on how to efficiently help members of the public deal with their weight loss journey. SCOPE challenges the preconceptions and stigma around obesity.
By Mya Smith