Inland Empire Weight Loss

Inland Empire Weight Loss

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Just want thank Dr Knopke and his staff for all the help. My son posted this picture on his Instagram.
This August it will be 1 year and its been going good. My energy level is great, I've been able to my workouts. Dr.Knopke and is staff are great.

We are not your standard weight loss clinic. Physician supervised medical weight loss program to help you achieve a healthy weight. Schedule a consultation

We are bariatric professionals. The field of Medical Bariatrics is the science of weight loss and our governing society is The American Society of Bariatric Physicians (www.asbp.org) . We are bound to adhere to the guidelines set forth by the ASBP. Inland Empire Weight Loss has three trained providers to assist you in your individualized weight loss plan. Our training in this area is not simply on

Operating as usual

Inland Empire Weight Loss updated their business hours. 12/06/2021

Inland Empire Weight Loss updated their business hours.

Inland Empire Weight Loss updated their business hours.

Inland Empire Weight Loss updated their business hours. 12/03/2021

Inland Empire Weight Loss updated their business hours.

Inland Empire Weight Loss updated their business hours.

Sleep and Adiposity in Children From 2 to 6 Years of Age 03/29/2020

Sleep and Adiposity in Children From 2 to 6 Years of Age

Poor sleep habits in children can lead to greater weight gain later in life. Sleep is important for your weight. https://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/145/3/e20191420

Sleep and Adiposity in Children From 2 to 6 Years of Age OBJECTIVES: To compare sleep in young children at different obesity risks, which were based on parental weight, as well as to explore the longitudinal associations of sleep characteristics with adiposity. METHODS: In total, 107 children from an obesity prevention project were included, of which 43 h...

03/15/2020

Eat more fruits and vegetables and other fresh food. Nobody is hoarding tomatoes. 😉

03/15/2020

I am reposting this from a friend of mine, Dr Ellen Lin who is reposting from her friend. Sound advice I think.

In the midst of all the COVID-19 hype everywhere, here’s some info from a good FB friend Dr. Abdu Sharkawy's (an infectious disease specialist)

1. It's important to know what you can do to limit the spread of COVID-19 and do those things. Wash your hands for 20 seconds, don't touch your face, avoid big crowds, cover your coughs, disinfect surfaces, know the symptoms (fever, cough, shortness of breath), stay home if you're sick, sleep, eat well, stay hydrated, reduce stress, etc. This is not just for your own benefit, but to protect the more vulnerable communities (people who are older, people dealing with chronic illness, people with compromised immune systems, etc.) you come into contact with every day. On that note, ask medically vulnerable people in your life how you can help them! A small errand can go a long way.

2. Buy what you need, and be responsible about it. Don't hoard food and hand sanitizer. If you need something, try to shop local. Small businesses are being impacted in a huge way, and spending your dollars in your community will help keep them alive.

3. Don't buy face masks. I understand the anxiety that drives wanting more ways to be protected, AND masks are not particularly helpful if you are not already sick (in that case, they serve to prevent you from infecting others.) Masks are critical resources for healthcare providers, who are already struggling with supplies. As of March 10, the CDC has loosened its recommendation that front-line healthcare workers wear N95 respirators to looser-fitting surgical masks because the supply chain of respirators can't meet demand. Protect healthcare workers, so they can protect our communities!

4. Take social distancing measures where you can. According to the CDC, that means “remaining out of congregate settings, avoiding mass gatherings, and maintaining distance." Social distancing, in addition to the measures in #1, will help "flatten the curve" of the outbreak (slow the spread, so everyone doesn't get sick all at once), which in turn, helps us reduce the risk of overwhelming our healthcare system. To be able to work from home, stock up on groceries, order what you need, etc. are all privileges. Do what is possible for you—social distancing also includes putting physical space (the CDC recommends 6 feet) between you and another person whether that's in a meeting, on the train, in the grocery store, etc. Please note that social distancing is different from self-quarantine or isolation, which mean separation from others. Isolation and self-quarantine are recommended if you are sick or have been exposed.

5. Take another big breath and try not to get overwhelmed by what's going on in the news. Stress weakens your immune system and doesn't do much to help you effectively deal with what's actually happening. Get grounded in the facts: Assess your personal risks and plan around them. Limit your intake of coronavirus news if you find yourself triggered by it. Stick to reliable sources. It's okay to feel worried—do the best you can, and don't let it take over your life.

BP Drugs, Statins Might Be Replacing Healthy Lifestyle Changes in Some 02/09/2020

BP Drugs, Statins Might Be Replacing Healthy Lifestyle Changes in Some

Do we like drugs more than lifestyle change? This article seems to say this.

BP Drugs, Statins Might Be Replacing Healthy Lifestyle Changes in Some By Amy Orciari HermanEdited by David G. Fairchild, MD, MPH, and Lorenzo Di Francesco, MD, FACP, FHMAdults who start blood pressure- or lipid-lowering

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Happy 4th of July!

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Interval training can be performed by almost everyone. If you have knee pain and are unable to run or do high impact workouts you can cycle or swim. If you have heart disease you can work at a controlled intensity. A person who is younger can sprint at high pace. High intensity interval training is one of the best workouts an individual can do to burn body fat and lose weight while maintaining muscle.

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Stop beating yourself up when you see you've "only" lost 5 pounds! 5 pounds of fat loss is a lot take pride in that accomplishment.

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Exercise is important, but not as important as the food you eat. You can't out work a bad diet.

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Happy Memorial Day from Inland Empire Weight Loss. Thank you to all who have served and continue to serve our country.

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Which line would you rather stand in?
photocredit @dr.jesuscazares

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Attending the Obesity Medicine Association Spring Summit, 2019 Conference in Houston, Texas.
At Inland Empire Weight Loss Clinic, we are passionate when it comes to the health of our patients and we will continue to stay updated on innovative approaches in obesity medicine. Visit our website www.inlandempireweightloss.com/ ,

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Become a priority in your life by taking better care of your health. Eat heathy, exercise, and stay disciplined.

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EAT MORE BERRIES!
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Do you yend to skip meals, or maybe not much of a "breakfast person?" Try replacing your meals with a meal replacement. Protein shakes are a healthier alternative.

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HOW DO WE INCREASE LEPTIN AND SPEED UP METSBOLISM? FOODS HIGH IN LEPTIN IS THE ANSWER. OATMEAL, LEAN MEAT SUCH AS CHICKEN, TURKEY AND FISH; FISH BEING THE TOP CHOICE. GREEN TEA, ALMONDS, EGGS, AND BROCCOLI TO NAME A FEW. OF COURSE THERE ARE OTHER FACTORS THAT PLAY A ROLE IN HAVING A SLOW METABOLISM (I.E. STRESS, NIT ENOUGH SLEEP, DEPRESSION, ETC). HAPPY EATING!

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Prep your meals for the week to stay on track. It's a lot of work prepping, but well worth it!

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4646 Brockton Ave, Ste 302
Riverside, CA
92506

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Monday 8am - 5pm
Tuesday 8am - 5pm
Wednesday 8:30am - 4pm
Thursday 8am - 5pm
Friday 8am - 5pm
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