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Weight Management

Weight Management

Worried about your weight?

Over the years, as the UK’s leading private diabetes centre, we’ve developed enormous expertise in nutrition and weight management, to help patients live better with that complex lifelong condition

Today, we apply that world-class expertise to providing tailor-made, state-of-the-art support and treatment for anyone wanting to lose weight and live more healthily. We have particular expertise in the field of childhood obesity.

Why lose weight?

Carrying excess weight can have serious health implications, increasing your risk of heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure and cancer, as well as diabetes.

But the good news is that losing even a small amount can make a big difference to your future health prospects.

In fact, research shows that losing just 5 – 10% of total body weight can have significant benefits, leading to improvement in glycaemic control, a reduction in blood pressure and cholesterol levels.

Make an enquiry online using this form and one of our team will be in touch. By using this form you agree with the storage and handling of your data by our team.

No quick-fixes: lose weight for good

As you may know from experience, short-term quick-fix solutions to weight loss hardly ever deliver lasting results. If you want to lose weight for good, in order to live a long and healthy life, it’s essential to take a realistic and sustainable approach.

At London Medical, our goal is to put you in control of your weight, once and for all. Our expert clinical team will assess your risk factors, past medical and social history and current lifestyle, and then provide the help and support you need, on a personal one-to-one basis.



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