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Four Weeks to Weight Loss at Tula Wellness

Tula Wellness is offering a unique, fourweek personalized Eat to Live weightloss program that provides a great way to jumpstart the journey to wellness. This comprehensive wellness training creates an individualized plan with a wholesome food menu, a customized exercise prescription, stress management tools, sleep considerations and many tried-and-true tips to assist in navigating toward healthy choices and becoming a healthier you.

Research shows that success in losing weight is more easily achieved and sustained in a structured program which creates accountability and a supportive environment. This program is perfect for those that have not succeeded with other programs or require medical supervision and coordination of care. The result is life-altering, as participants find themselves able to do the things they love to do more easily and with more energy.

In this drug-free program, clients receive a manual to organize and guide them daily to make the best choices to achieve success and meet consistently with their own physician/coach to review progress and acquire additional tools.

Cost is $299, including initial physician consultation, four weekly follow-up visits with physician/coach, body composition analysis, individualized diet plan and all program materials. Location: 2200 East River Rd., Ste. 109. For more information, call 520-577-1129, email [email protected] or visit TulaWellnessMD.com.

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