Many of us make New Year’s resolutions to lose weight. Last January, one woman started a weight loss program and had a lot of success. 

Kyle Mohon is a mother of four, grandmother of three  and works as a pharmacy technician. She’s also a woman who’s battled her weight.

Kyle Mohon, “As I’ve gotten older the weight seems to have progressively stayed on and has seemed to increase.”

A friend told her about Horizon Health’s Medical Weight Loss Clinic. It’s Ideal Protein Diet limits carbs and fat and helps people choose quality protein.

Kyle Mohon, “I had a friend who had gone on this plan lost an extreme amount of weight.”

Crystal White, Director of Horizon Health’s Medical Weight Loss Clinic, “We’ve had at least three participants loose right around 100 pounds or maybe a little bit more. We’ve had multiple participants loose between 50, 60, 70 pounds and then we have some come in with much lower weight loss goals of 10 to 20 pounds.”

Horizon Health searched across central Illinois to find the best weight loss program it could offer to patients. By helping people lose weight, it lowers their risk of diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol.

Crystal White, “All these can lead to an increase risk of cardio vascular disease and actually there’s evidence of an increase risk of certain cancers by being overweight.”

Mohon says the diet is easy to follow. Over the past year, she’s lost and then kept off 40 pounds and more than 25 inches. She has more energy.

Kyle Mohon, “I sleep better at night, I am more focused during the day. My concentration is better.”

And her legs no longer hurt when she get off work. In fact, she feels so good, she teaches an exercise class. All thanks to taking a step to loose weight.

To lean more you can attend:

January 16, 2019
A free informational session regarding Horizon Health’s Medical Weight Loss Clinic will take place at 5:30 pm (central time) in the Paris Clinic. The program utilizes a medically supervised, scientifically based approach that promotes fat loss while supporting muscle mass. To register, call 217-466-4710.