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Tis the Season! How to Get Through the Holidays on a Diet


Indianapolis, Indiana (PRWEB) October 29, 2014

Tis the Season

The Holidays are a wonderful but emotional time of the year. Many people turn to food for solace. When happy, people eat chips and salsa. When sad they turn to the ice cream. Angry, lonely, bored, stressed…any of the emotions and many will treat that emotion with food. Logic says it’s not the answer, but it’s done anyway.

Dr. Jennifer Whirley Diaz, will ask her patients all the time; “Why do we give food so much power?,” and “How do we get into this unhealthy relationship with food?” Those are important things to think about because we are in charge of our own choices. And, believe it or not, Halloween is not about the candy, Thanksgiving is not about the mashed potatoes, and Christmas is not about the fruit cakes and cookies.

These are things on which to focus during the upcoming festivities:

Remember, it’s all about the people: Spend extra time with friends and family and less at the time at the table. Meet and reacquaint with people, not food.

Always have a plan: I advise my patients to be Boy Scouts; “Be Prepared!” If possible, know in advance what is on the menu and decide what you will and will not eat. If you are going to indulge in an item, set a limit. One piece of cake is not a healthy choice, but 5 pieces can be catastrophic to a weight loss program.

Hydrate: Now, Dr. Jennifer is referring to water, but other beverages may be available. If it’s served in a punch bowl, pass on it. Get plenty of water before and during any get together and avoid sugary drinks. If drinking alcohol set a limit and do not exceed it no matter what “friends” suggest. The calories in alcohol add on the pounds just like cake. And, of course, never drink and drive!

Enjoy the Holidays and Enjoy good health.

Medical Obesity Management of Indiana (MOMI) is a physician owned and operated program to help lose weight and learn how to maintain weight loss success. Our healthy lifestyle focus will result in numerous health improvements, including medical conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure and elevated cholesterol. Look and feel better. We offer the most intensive and effective diet options tailored to food preferences, schedule, and nutritional needs. Patients are closely monitored by Dr. Whirley-Diaz, a Board-Certified Obesity Specialist. We will support and inspire as goals are met, and celebrate with the healthier, happier lasting skills to maintain the success. Our programs are designed for weight control success-even for those who have failed on other diets and are discouraged. MOMI will help achieve the desired outcomes-looking better, becoming healthier, and feeling better.

MOMI offers programs for whatever the weight loss needs may be, whether it is 10 or 100 pounds or more! We provide the education, direction, and support to make the weight loss experience a success and help develop sustainable eating and exercise styles for life. Join our professional and private practice where we specialize in the treatment and prevention of obesity.







Tis the Season! How to Get Through the Holidays on a Diet


Indianapolis, Indiana (PRWEB) October 29, 2014

Tis the Season

The Holidays are a wonderful but emotional time of the year. Many people turn to food for solace. When happy, people eat chips and salsa. When sad they turn to the ice cream. Angry, lonely, bored, stressed…any of the emotions and many will treat that emotion with food. Logic says it’s not the answer, but it’s done anyway.

Dr. Jennifer Whirley Diaz, will ask her patients all the time; “Why do we give food so much power?,” and “How do we get into this unhealthy relationship with food?” Those are important things to think about because we are in charge of our own choices. And, believe it or not, Halloween is not about the candy, Thanksgiving is not about the mashed potatoes, and Christmas is not about the fruit cakes and cookies.

These are things on which to focus during the upcoming festivities:

Remember, it’s all about the people: Spend extra time with friends and family and less at the time at the table. Meet and reacquaint with people, not food.

Always have a plan: I advise my patients to be Boy Scouts; “Be Prepared!” If possible, know in advance what is on the menu and decide what you will and will not eat. If you are going to indulge in an item, set a limit. One piece of cake is not a healthy choice, but 5 pieces can be catastrophic to a weight loss program.

Hydrate: Now, Dr. Jennifer is referring to water, but other beverages may be available. If it’s served in a punch bowl, pass on it. Get plenty of water before and during any get together and avoid sugary drinks. If drinking alcohol set a limit and do not exceed it no matter what “friends” suggest. The calories in alcohol add on the pounds just like cake. And, of course, never drink and drive!

Enjoy the Holidays and Enjoy good health.

Medical Obesity Management of Indiana (MOMI) is a physician owned and operated program to help lose weight and learn how to maintain weight loss success. Our healthy lifestyle focus will result in numerous health improvements, including medical conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure and elevated cholesterol. Look and feel better. We offer the most intensive and effective diet options tailored to food preferences, schedule, and nutritional needs. Patients are closely monitored by Dr. Whirley-Diaz, a Board-Certified Obesity Specialist. We will support and inspire as goals are met, and celebrate with the healthier, happier lasting skills to maintain the success. Our programs are designed for weight control success-even for those who have failed on other diets and are discouraged. MOMI will help achieve the desired outcomes-looking better, becoming healthier, and feeling better.

MOMI offers programs for whatever the weight loss needs may be, whether it is 10 or 100 pounds or more! We provide the education, direction, and support to make the weight loss experience a success and help develop sustainable eating and exercise styles for life. Join our professional and private practice where we specialize in the treatment and prevention of obesity.







Tis the Season! How to Get Through the Holidays on a Diet


Indianapolis, Indiana (PRWEB) October 29, 2014

Tis the Season

The Holidays are a wonderful but emotional time of the year. Many people turn to food for solace. When happy, people eat chips and salsa. When sad they turn to the ice cream. Angry, lonely, bored, stressed…any of the emotions and many will treat that emotion with food. Logic says it’s not the answer, but it’s done anyway.

Dr. Jennifer Whirley Diaz, will ask her patients all the time; “Why do we give food so much power?,” and “How do we get into this unhealthy relationship with food?” Those are important things to think about because we are in charge of our own choices. And, believe it or not, Halloween is not about the candy, Thanksgiving is not about the mashed potatoes, and Christmas is not about the fruit cakes and cookies.

These are things on which to focus during the upcoming festivities:

Remember, it’s all about the people: Spend extra time with friends and family and less at the time at the table. Meet and reacquaint with people, not food.

Always have a plan: I advise my patients to be Boy Scouts; “Be Prepared!” If possible, know in advance what is on the menu and decide what you will and will not eat. If you are going to indulge in an item, set a limit. One piece of cake is not a healthy choice, but 5 pieces can be catastrophic to a weight loss program.

Hydrate: Now, Dr. Jennifer is referring to water, but other beverages may be available. If it’s served in a punch bowl, pass on it. Get plenty of water before and during any get together and avoid sugary drinks. If drinking alcohol set a limit and do not exceed it no matter what “friends” suggest. The calories in alcohol add on the pounds just like cake. And, of course, never drink and drive!

Enjoy the Holidays and Enjoy good health.

Medical Obesity Management of Indiana (MOMI) is a physician owned and operated program to help lose weight and learn how to maintain weight loss success. Our healthy lifestyle focus will result in numerous health improvements, including medical conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure and elevated cholesterol. Look and feel better. We offer the most intensive and effective diet options tailored to food preferences, schedule, and nutritional needs. Patients are closely monitored by Dr. Whirley-Diaz, a Board-Certified Obesity Specialist. We will support and inspire as goals are met, and celebrate with the healthier, happier lasting skills to maintain the success. Our programs are designed for weight control success-even for those who have failed on other diets and are discouraged. MOMI will help achieve the desired outcomes-looking better, becoming healthier, and feeling better.

MOMI offers programs for whatever the weight loss needs may be, whether it is 10 or 100 pounds or more! We provide the education, direction, and support to make the weight loss experience a success and help develop sustainable eating and exercise styles for life. Join our professional and private practice where we specialize in the treatment and prevention of obesity.







Tis the Season! How to Get Through the Holidays on a Diet


Indianapolis, Indiana (PRWEB) October 29, 2014

Tis the Season

The Holidays are a wonderful but emotional time of the year. Many people turn to food for solace. When happy, people eat chips and salsa. When sad they turn to the ice cream. Angry, lonely, bored, stressed…any of the emotions and many will treat that emotion with food. Logic says it’s not the answer, but it’s done anyway.

Dr. Jennifer Whirley Diaz, will ask her patients all the time; “Why do we give food so much power?,” and “How do we get into this unhealthy relationship with food?” Those are important things to think about because we are in charge of our own choices. And, believe it or not, Halloween is not about the candy, Thanksgiving is not about the mashed potatoes, and Christmas is not about the fruit cakes and cookies.

These are things on which to focus during the upcoming festivities:

Remember, it’s all about the people: Spend extra time with friends and family and less at the time at the table. Meet and reacquaint with people, not food.

Always have a plan: I advise my patients to be Boy Scouts; “Be Prepared!” If possible, know in advance what is on the menu and decide what you will and will not eat. If you are going to indulge in an item, set a limit. One piece of cake is not a healthy choice, but 5 pieces can be catastrophic to a weight loss program.

Hydrate: Now, Dr. Jennifer is referring to water, but other beverages may be available. If it’s served in a punch bowl, pass on it. Get plenty of water before and during any get together and avoid sugary drinks. If drinking alcohol set a limit and do not exceed it no matter what “friends” suggest. The calories in alcohol add on the pounds just like cake. And, of course, never drink and drive!

Enjoy the Holidays and Enjoy good health.

Medical Obesity Management of Indiana (MOMI) is a physician owned and operated program to help lose weight and learn how to maintain weight loss success. Our healthy lifestyle focus will result in numerous health improvements, including medical conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure and elevated cholesterol. Look and feel better. We offer the most intensive and effective diet options tailored to food preferences, schedule, and nutritional needs. Patients are closely monitored by Dr. Whirley-Diaz, a Board-Certified Obesity Specialist. We will support and inspire as goals are met, and celebrate with the healthier, happier lasting skills to maintain the success. Our programs are designed for weight control success-even for those who have failed on other diets and are discouraged. MOMI will help achieve the desired outcomes-looking better, becoming healthier, and feeling better.

MOMI offers programs for whatever the weight loss needs may be, whether it is 10 or 100 pounds or more! We provide the education, direction, and support to make the weight loss experience a success and help develop sustainable eating and exercise styles for life. Join our professional and private practice where we specialize in the treatment and prevention of obesity.







Tis the Season! How to Get Through the Holidays on a Diet


Indianapolis, Indiana (PRWEB) October 29, 2014

Tis the Season

The Holidays are a wonderful but emotional time of the year. Many people turn to food for solace. When happy, people eat chips and salsa. When sad they turn to the ice cream. Angry, lonely, bored, stressed…any of the emotions and many will treat that emotion with food. Logic says it’s not the answer, but it’s done anyway.

Dr. Jennifer Whirley Diaz, will ask her patients all the time; “Why do we give food so much power?,” and “How do we get into this unhealthy relationship with food?” Those are important things to think about because we are in charge of our own choices. And, believe it or not, Halloween is not about the candy, Thanksgiving is not about the mashed potatoes, and Christmas is not about the fruit cakes and cookies.

These are things on which to focus during the upcoming festivities:

Remember, it’s all about the people: Spend extra time with friends and family and less at the time at the table. Meet and reacquaint with people, not food.

Always have a plan: I advise my patients to be Boy Scouts; “Be Prepared!” If possible, know in advance what is on the menu and decide what you will and will not eat. If you are going to indulge in an item, set a limit. One piece of cake is not a healthy choice, but 5 pieces can be catastrophic to a weight loss program.

Hydrate: Now, Dr. Jennifer is referring to water, but other beverages may be available. If it’s served in a punch bowl, pass on it. Get plenty of water before and during any get together and avoid sugary drinks. If drinking alcohol set a limit and do not exceed it no matter what “friends” suggest. The calories in alcohol add on the pounds just like cake. And, of course, never drink and drive!

Enjoy the Holidays and Enjoy good health.

Medical Obesity Management of Indiana (MOMI) is a physician owned and operated program to help lose weight and learn how to maintain weight loss success. Our healthy lifestyle focus will result in numerous health improvements, including medical conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure and elevated cholesterol. Look and feel better. We offer the most intensive and effective diet options tailored to food preferences, schedule, and nutritional needs. Patients are closely monitored by Dr. Whirley-Diaz, a Board-Certified Obesity Specialist. We will support and inspire as goals are met, and celebrate with the healthier, happier lasting skills to maintain the success. Our programs are designed for weight control success-even for those who have failed on other diets and are discouraged. MOMI will help achieve the desired outcomes-looking better, becoming healthier, and feeling better.

MOMI offers programs for whatever the weight loss needs may be, whether it is 10 or 100 pounds or more! We provide the education, direction, and support to make the weight loss experience a success and help develop sustainable eating and exercise styles for life. Join our professional and private practice where we specialize in the treatment and prevention of obesity.







Tis the Season! How to Get Through the Holidays on a Diet


Indianapolis, Indiana (PRWEB) October 29, 2014

Tis the Season

The Holidays are a wonderful but emotional time of the year. Many people turn to food for solace. When happy, people eat chips and salsa. When sad they turn to the ice cream. Angry, lonely, bored, stressed…any of the emotions and many will treat that emotion with food. Logic says it’s not the answer, but it’s done anyway.

Dr. Jennifer Whirley Diaz, will ask her patients all the time; “Why do we give food so much power?,” and “How do we get into this unhealthy relationship with food?” Those are important things to think about because we are in charge of our own choices. And, believe it or not, Halloween is not about the candy, Thanksgiving is not about the mashed potatoes, and Christmas is not about the fruit cakes and cookies.

These are things on which to focus during the upcoming festivities:

Remember, it’s all about the people: Spend extra time with friends and family and less at the time at the table. Meet and reacquaint with people, not food.

Always have a plan: I advise my patients to be Boy Scouts; “Be Prepared!” If possible, know in advance what is on the menu and decide what you will and will not eat. If you are going to indulge in an item, set a limit. One piece of cake is not a healthy choice, but 5 pieces can be catastrophic to a weight loss program.

Hydrate: Now, Dr. Jennifer is referring to water, but other beverages may be available. If it’s served in a punch bowl, pass on it. Get plenty of water before and during any get together and avoid sugary drinks. If drinking alcohol set a limit and do not exceed it no matter what “friends” suggest. The calories in alcohol add on the pounds just like cake. And, of course, never drink and drive!

Enjoy the Holidays and Enjoy good health.

Medical Obesity Management of Indiana (MOMI) is a physician owned and operated program to help lose weight and learn how to maintain weight loss success. Our healthy lifestyle focus will result in numerous health improvements, including medical conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure and elevated cholesterol. Look and feel better. We offer the most intensive and effective diet options tailored to food preferences, schedule, and nutritional needs. Patients are closely monitored by Dr. Whirley-Diaz, a Board-Certified Obesity Specialist. We will support and inspire as goals are met, and celebrate with the healthier, happier lasting skills to maintain the success. Our programs are designed for weight control success-even for those who have failed on other diets and are discouraged. MOMI will help achieve the desired outcomes-looking better, becoming healthier, and feeling better.

MOMI offers programs for whatever the weight loss needs may be, whether it is 10 or 100 pounds or more! We provide the education, direction, and support to make the weight loss experience a success and help develop sustainable eating and exercise styles for life. Join our professional and private practice where we specialize in the treatment and prevention of obesity.







Tis the Season! How to Get Through the Holidays on a Diet


Indianapolis, Indiana (PRWEB) October 29, 2014

Tis the Season

The Holidays are a wonderful but emotional time of the year. Many people turn to food for solace. When happy, people eat chips and salsa. When sad they turn to the ice cream. Angry, lonely, bored, stressed…any of the emotions and many will treat that emotion with food. Logic says it’s not the answer, but it’s done anyway.

Dr. Jennifer Whirley Diaz, will ask her patients all the time; “Why do we give food so much power?,” and “How do we get into this unhealthy relationship with food?” Those are important things to think about because we are in charge of our own choices. And, believe it or not, Halloween is not about the candy, Thanksgiving is not about the mashed potatoes, and Christmas is not about the fruit cakes and cookies.

These are things on which to focus during the upcoming festivities:

Remember, it’s all about the people: Spend extra time with friends and family and less at the time at the table. Meet and reacquaint with people, not food.

Always have a plan: I advise my patients to be Boy Scouts; “Be Prepared!” If possible, know in advance what is on the menu and decide what you will and will not eat. If you are going to indulge in an item, set a limit. One piece of cake is not a healthy choice, but 5 pieces can be catastrophic to a weight loss program.

Hydrate: Now, Dr. Jennifer is referring to water, but other beverages may be available. If it’s served in a punch bowl, pass on it. Get plenty of water before and during any get together and avoid sugary drinks. If drinking alcohol set a limit and do not exceed it no matter what “friends” suggest. The calories in alcohol add on the pounds just like cake. And, of course, never drink and drive!

Enjoy the Holidays and Enjoy good health.

Medical Obesity Management of Indiana (MOMI) is a physician owned and operated program to help lose weight and learn how to maintain weight loss success. Our healthy lifestyle focus will result in numerous health improvements, including medical conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure and elevated cholesterol. Look and feel better. We offer the most intensive and effective diet options tailored to food preferences, schedule, and nutritional needs. Patients are closely monitored by Dr. Whirley-Diaz, a Board-Certified Obesity Specialist. We will support and inspire as goals are met, and celebrate with the healthier, happier lasting skills to maintain the success. Our programs are designed for weight control success-even for those who have failed on other diets and are discouraged. MOMI will help achieve the desired outcomes-looking better, becoming healthier, and feeling better.

MOMI offers programs for whatever the weight loss needs may be, whether it is 10 or 100 pounds or more! We provide the education, direction, and support to make the weight loss experience a success and help develop sustainable eating and exercise styles for life. Join our professional and private practice where we specialize in the treatment and prevention of obesity.







Tis the Season! How to Get Through the Holidays on a Diet


Indianapolis, Indiana (PRWEB) October 29, 2014

Tis the Season

The Holidays are a wonderful but emotional time of the year. Many people turn to food for solace. When happy, people eat chips and salsa. When sad they turn to the ice cream. Angry, lonely, bored, stressed…any of the emotions and many will treat that emotion with food. Logic says it’s not the answer, but it’s done anyway.

Dr. Jennifer Whirley Diaz, will ask her patients all the time; “Why do we give food so much power?,” and “How do we get into this unhealthy relationship with food?” Those are important things to think about because we are in charge of our own choices. And, believe it or not, Halloween is not about the candy, Thanksgiving is not about the mashed potatoes, and Christmas is not about the fruit cakes and cookies.

These are things on which to focus during the upcoming festivities:

Remember, it’s all about the people: Spend extra time with friends and family and less at the time at the table. Meet and reacquaint with people, not food.

Always have a plan: I advise my patients to be Boy Scouts; “Be Prepared!” If possible, know in advance what is on the menu and decide what you will and will not eat. If you are going to indulge in an item, set a limit. One piece of cake is not a healthy choice, but 5 pieces can be catastrophic to a weight loss program.

Hydrate: Now, Dr. Jennifer is referring to water, but other beverages may be available. If it’s served in a punch bowl, pass on it. Get plenty of water before and during any get together and avoid sugary drinks. If drinking alcohol set a limit and do not exceed it no matter what “friends” suggest. The calories in alcohol add on the pounds just like cake. And, of course, never drink and drive!

Enjoy the Holidays and Enjoy good health.

Medical Obesity Management of Indiana (MOMI) is a physician owned and operated program to help lose weight and learn how to maintain weight loss success. Our healthy lifestyle focus will result in numerous health improvements, including medical conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure and elevated cholesterol. Look and feel better. We offer the most intensive and effective diet options tailored to food preferences, schedule, and nutritional needs. Patients are closely monitored by Dr. Whirley-Diaz, a Board-Certified Obesity Specialist. We will support and inspire as goals are met, and celebrate with the healthier, happier lasting skills to maintain the success. Our programs are designed for weight control success-even for those who have failed on other diets and are discouraged. MOMI will help achieve the desired outcomes-looking better, becoming healthier, and feeling better.

MOMI offers programs for whatever the weight loss needs may be, whether it is 10 or 100 pounds or more! We provide the education, direction, and support to make the weight loss experience a success and help develop sustainable eating and exercise styles for life. Join our professional and private practice where we specialize in the treatment and prevention of obesity.







Tis the Season! How to Get Through the Holidays on a Diet


Indianapolis, Indiana (PRWEB) October 29, 2014

Tis the Season

The Holidays are a wonderful but emotional time of the year. Many people turn to food for solace. When happy, people eat chips and salsa. When sad they turn to the ice cream. Angry, lonely, bored, stressed…any of the emotions and many will treat that emotion with food. Logic says it’s not the answer, but it’s done anyway.

Dr. Jennifer Whirley Diaz, will ask her patients all the time; “Why do we give food so much power?,” and “How do we get into this unhealthy relationship with food?” Those are important things to think about because we are in charge of our own choices. And, believe it or not, Halloween is not about the candy, Thanksgiving is not about the mashed potatoes, and Christmas is not about the fruit cakes and cookies.

These are things on which to focus during the upcoming festivities:

Remember, it’s all about the people: Spend extra time with friends and family and less at the time at the table. Meet and reacquaint with people, not food.

Always have a plan: I advise my patients to be Boy Scouts; “Be Prepared!” If possible, know in advance what is on the menu and decide what you will and will not eat. If you are going to indulge in an item, set a limit. One piece of cake is not a healthy choice, but 5 pieces can be catastrophic to a weight loss program.

Hydrate: Now, Dr. Jennifer is referring to water, but other beverages may be available. If it’s served in a punch bowl, pass on it. Get plenty of water before and during any get together and avoid sugary drinks. If drinking alcohol set a limit and do not exceed it no matter what “friends” suggest. The calories in alcohol add on the pounds just like cake. And, of course, never drink and drive!

Enjoy the Holidays and Enjoy good health.

Medical Obesity Management of Indiana (MOMI) is a physician owned and operated program to help lose weight and learn how to maintain weight loss success. Our healthy lifestyle focus will result in numerous health improvements, including medical conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure and elevated cholesterol. Look and feel better. We offer the most intensive and effective diet options tailored to food preferences, schedule, and nutritional needs. Patients are closely monitored by Dr. Whirley-Diaz, a Board-Certified Obesity Specialist. We will support and inspire as goals are met, and celebrate with the healthier, happier lasting skills to maintain the success. Our programs are designed for weight control success-even for those who have failed on other diets and are discouraged. MOMI will help achieve the desired outcomes-looking better, becoming healthier, and feeling better.

MOMI offers programs for whatever the weight loss needs may be, whether it is 10 or 100 pounds or more! We provide the education, direction, and support to make the weight loss experience a success and help develop sustainable eating and exercise styles for life. Join our professional and private practice where we specialize in the treatment and prevention of obesity.







Tis the Season! How to Get Through the Holidays on a Diet


Indianapolis, Indiana (PRWEB) October 29, 2014

Tis the Season

The Holidays are a wonderful but emotional time of the year. Many people turn to food for solace. When happy, people eat chips and salsa. When sad they turn to the ice cream. Angry, lonely, bored, stressed…any of the emotions and many will treat that emotion with food. Logic says it’s not the answer, but it’s done anyway.

Dr. Jennifer Whirley Diaz, will ask her patients all the time; “Why do we give food so much power?,” and “How do we get into this unhealthy relationship with food?” Those are important things to think about because we are in charge of our own choices. And, believe it or not, Halloween is not about the candy, Thanksgiving is not about the mashed potatoes, and Christmas is not about the fruit cakes and cookies.

These are things on which to focus during the upcoming festivities:

Remember, it’s all about the people: Spend extra time with friends and family and less at the time at the table. Meet and reacquaint with people, not food.

Always have a plan: I advise my patients to be Boy Scouts; “Be Prepared!” If possible, know in advance what is on the menu and decide what you will and will not eat. If you are going to indulge in an item, set a limit. One piece of cake is not a healthy choice, but 5 pieces can be catastrophic to a weight loss program.

Hydrate: Now, Dr. Jennifer is referring to water, but other beverages may be available. If it’s served in a punch bowl, pass on it. Get plenty of water before and during any get together and avoid sugary drinks. If drinking alcohol set a limit and do not exceed it no matter what “friends” suggest. The calories in alcohol add on the pounds just like cake. And, of course, never drink and drive!

Enjoy the Holidays and Enjoy good health.

Medical Obesity Management of Indiana (MOMI) is a physician owned and operated program to help lose weight and learn how to maintain weight loss success. Our healthy lifestyle focus will result in numerous health improvements, including medical conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure and elevated cholesterol. Look and feel better. We offer the most intensive and effective diet options tailored to food preferences, schedule, and nutritional needs. Patients are closely monitored by Dr. Whirley-Diaz, a Board-Certified Obesity Specialist. We will support and inspire as goals are met, and celebrate with the healthier, happier lasting skills to maintain the success. Our programs are designed for weight control success-even for those who have failed on other diets and are discouraged. MOMI will help achieve the desired outcomes-looking better, becoming healthier, and feeling better.

MOMI offers programs for whatever the weight loss needs may be, whether it is 10 or 100 pounds or more! We provide the education, direction, and support to make the weight loss experience a success and help develop sustainable eating and exercise styles for life. Join our professional and private practice where we specialize in the treatment and prevention of obesity.