Memphis Chiropractor Group Hosts New Year’s Weight Loss Challenge

Memphis, Tennessee (February 7, 2014) – In line with their continuing commitment to the overall wellness of every member of the community, a renowned Memphis chiropractor group aims to help people stick to their New Year’s resolutions by hosting a weight loss challenge. Chiropractic Memphis considers proper nutrition and weight management as integral as exercise and spinal adjustment to the health of the nervous system and entire body.

Four doctors from the practice are set to talk at the event, slated for the morning of February 22, 2014, at the Nabors Auditorium of Southwest Community College. Entitled “RESOLVE: The New Year’s Weight Loss Challenge,” the challenge aims to teach participants the essentials of creating a diet plan that will guarantee weight loss without the need to rely on fad diets that tax the body.

By learning to balance insulin, leptin, and other hormones that help naturally regulate body weight, people can lose weight without the need to count calories or suppress all carbohydrate intake. They may learn to look past “weight loss diet” myths that can actually lead to steady weight gain.

A special potluck dinner, focusing on why some fats are good for the body and some aren’t, is also scheduled to supplement the Saturday presentation. Participants will be able to learn how to incorporate the lessons they learn in making their daily meals while enjoying recipes from Maximized Living Nutrition Plans.

For more information about the weight loss challenge and its host’s other programs, visit

About Chiropractic Memphis

With over five locations in Memphis and Collierville, Tennessee, Chiropractic Memphis works to provide the communities they serve with high-quality health care. By partnering with the Maximized Living network, the group is able to stay up-to-date with the latest developments in the field and deliver the services expected of caring and trustworthy Memphis chiropractors.

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