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Dr. Lombardo LIVE LEAN!

Have you made your New Year’s Resolutions yet?

Have you made them, but already failed at following through?  At this time of year, numerous people have attempted to exercise and eat right, but have fallen short already.  Many times we need the help of a professional to direct us in meeting our goals.

Dr. Dean Lombardo has 20 years of experience as a nutritionist.
He also understands that for every client, the key to successful healing and overall health, is to be fit and feed your body good nutrient dense foods that fuel your energy levels and ward off diseases.

Dr Lombardo is so committed to teaching his clients the importance of nutrition that after he received his doctoral degree in 1990, he earned his NY dietitian/nutrition license in 1996.

Losing weight can help those with
• Diabetes
• Hypertension
• High Cholesterol
• Sleep Apnea
• Esophageal Reflux

These conditions can contribute to
• Heart attacks
• Strokes
• Heart and Kidney damage

Although Many of us tried them, your answer is inevitably not through yet another fad diet.  The answer is simple.  Under a doctor supervised weight loss program, your outcomes will surpass your own weight management attempts.  Dr Lombardo utilizes specific programs designed specifically for you and your exclusive body in mind. When appropriate, Dr Lombardo also recommends supplementation to his clients for quick and lasting results.

Many times clients have had previous success on fad diets, but their bodies have become intolerant to losing any more weight.  This is called a plateau.  This is when customized regimens, technology and expert advice are the most beneficial method to get your body back into burning those fat cells.

For the past several decades, Dr. Lombardo has helped his clients learn how to transform their lives.  A healthy diet and appropriate exercise can help clients lose 20-35 pounds in less than 2 months.

How many calories do you burn?
How many calories you burn in the past, has been a guessing game.  A Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR) provides an exact measurement of just how many calories you burn at rest.  In order to lose weight, you must burn more calories than you absorb.  Pinpointing your RMR helps you know how to balance what you eat with what you burn.

Dr. Lombardo has many years of experience to help patients finally get the weight off and keep it off.

About Dr. Lombardo
Dr. Dean Lombardo became licensed as a Certified Dietitian/Nutritionist (NY) in 1996 after receiving his Doctoral degree from NY Chiropractic College in 1990.  Dr. Dean’s fascination with science and nutrition goes back to the influences of his electrical engineer father and self-styled “nutritionist” grandfather.
“My grandfather suffered with Hypertension, Obesity and many other medical conditions.  He turned to nutrition at age 60 to take control of his failing health.  To his credit, he achieved vibrant health, living well into his 90’s!  He lived with us.  Having him in the family was quite a life altering experience.  He impressed on me that healthcare would change to a prevention model and that better health through nutrition would be on the front lines as it is today.”

Dr Lombardo’s Experience and Knowledge of Nutrition is Extensive

His private nutrition practice focused on the nutritional treatment of Diabetes, Hypertension, High cholesterol, Intestinal conditions, Kidney disease, Obesity and more.  Equally as important as treatment is the education.  His approach is very straight forward and delivered in simple terms.  “I just love to talk about anything related to nutrition, diet and taking control of your life.  The whole process should be informative and fun.  A little humor goes a long way”.

Since 1996, Dr Lombardo was the nutritionist for a primary care facility Plaza Medical & Diagnostic (NY) and experienced/treated a wide variety of conditions.  He logged in over 10,000 hours in the nutritional treatment of Diabetes, Obesity, Kidney disease, High cholesterol, breathing disorders (COPD), Sleep Apnea and those undergoing Cardio and Pulmonary Rehabilitation.

He did Cardiac Nutrition work for NY Langone Medical Center (Huntington NY),  helping their patients with High cholesterol, Stents, Valve replacements, Coronary artery bypass and those who have suffered a Heart attack.  He also lectured monthly at the Cardiology department on a wide variety of nutritional topics.

Since November of 2011, Dr Lombardo has sat on the Board of Directors of Long Island Post-Ops, offering long-term nutritional strategies for the bariatric surgery patient and those experiencing post- surgery weight gains.

Since retiring from his New York Nutritional practice in 2015, he has focused solely on weight loss and wellness.  “Rather than treat the disease conditions, I focus on body fat reduction.  Obesity has now reached epidemic proportions according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).  When we lose excess body fat, most nutrition related conditions begin to diminish, even disappear.

Dr Lombardo’s weight loss programs are comprehensive, individualized and focuses on the Long-
Term solution to losing weight and keeping it off.  His post-weight loss education support for clients is second to none.  “The approach has to be individualized as people have different blood values, different, body types, different metabolic rates, different activity levels and different medical conditions. The one size fits all approach is just not enough”.   He lectures on a variety of nutritional topics ranging from Proteins, Fats, Carbohydrates, Cholesterol, Calories, Controlling appetite and Why Most Diets Don’t Work and are Dangerous.  LIVE LEAN!

Dr. Lombardo and his highly qualified friendly staff are ready to answer your questions and concerns. To find out more, please visit Dr. Dean Lombardo’s website, or call their office for an appointment.

888-383-9197
www.drdeanlombardo.com

1740 SE 18th Street, Building 900, Suite 901, Ocala, FL 34471

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