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Ep 29 Success Stories

Our challenge is finished but we remain focused on better nutrition. To keep our motivation, we highlighted a few of the successes from our patients and explain again why success is NOT only measured on the scale!

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Community Outreach

Working Wardrobe

Do you have clothing that is too big as a result of your weight loss success?

We highly recommend that you do not keep the clothing that you have “grown out of” during your weight loss process.
Keeping those clothes as a “safety net” is a way your subconscious can send the message that “this isn’t going to last, better keep those larger sizes, just in case”.
Getting larger clothing out of your closet tells your subconscious that there is no going back. And from a practical standpoint it helps create an environment that supports your weight loss progress.

Working WardrobeYWCA has three unique clothing banks offering free, business-appropriate attire to women experiencing homelessness or displacement who are in need of clothing for interviews or new jobs.
There is a specific need for large sizes.

We are looking for:
Office-appropriate clothes
Accessories: Hand bags, scarves, umbrellas

Please make sure that all donated clothing is in good condition and dry-cleaned.

We will be hosting a collection drive April 6th (Saturday) from 9am – 1pm at our clinic in Edmonds.
If you are unable to have items dry-cleaned we can do that for you.

Visit for more information

Open House

Join us for an Open House
Where you can meet the providers and ask burning questions about our Medical Weight Loss Program.

We will have light appetizers and protein snacks and samples.
Dates below…

  • March 16th 9am-4pm
  • March 21st 2pm-7pm
  • April 6th 9am-1pm

Want to get started now?
Schedule a FREE consult
Call us at 425-606-0022
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