Weigh Less Louisville launches their Louisville children’s weight loss program

Innovative weight loss solutions providers, Weigh Less Louisville, announces the launch of their weight loss program for children to tackle childhood obesity

October 20, 2019 —

In line with their goal of helping as many people as possible in Louisville to stay healthy, fit, and happy, Weigh Less Louisville has introduced a weight loss program specifically designed to tackle childhood obesity. The Louisville children's weight loss program is designed by a team of health and fitness experts with experience in providing simple, natural, yet effective solutions to help get rid of unwanted fat deposits in the body.

"We are one of the few, or perhaps the only weight loss program in Louisville that can cater to children since we use an all-natural weight loss program. Our system was developed in Europe and mirrors the lifestyle of the Europeans day-to-day life," said Jeff Rosum CEO and co-founder of Weigh Less Louisville.

Studies have revealed an increased incidence of obesity in children with statistics showing that the rate of childhood obesity has tripled since the seventies. Processed food and food additives are some of the major factors attributed to this rather unfortunate phenomenon. Unfortunately, the fast-paced pace lifestyle of the modern American family has made junk foods acceptable for millions of people in Louisville and other parts of the country. Unfortunately, many of the available weight loss solutions have seemingly neglected the needs of children. This is where Weigh Less Louisville is looking to make the difference with their all-natural children's natural weight loss program.

"We take our patients health seriously and even more so when a child is involved. We are here to assist with our natural children's weight loss program, which includes no surgery, no injections, and no pills. It's safe for everyone," said weight-loss specialist, David Seastedt.

The children's weight loss program Louisville is tailor-made to meet the specific weight loss needs of each child. The plans are designed to be painless, requiring no pills, injections, or surgery. The children's weight loss Louisville will help children live a healthy, happy life, preventing all the health and psychological issues associated with childhood obesity, including depression, bullying. This ultimately makes childhood fun and exciting for every Louisville child.

For more information about Weigh Less Louisville and the innovative fitness solutions, please visit - https://weighlesslouisville.com/. Weigh Less Louisville is also available across several social media platforms, including Facebook and Twitter.

About Weigh Less Louisville
Weigh Less Louisville is a health and fitness solutions provider founded by Jeff Rosum and David Seastedt. Headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky, the company offers one of the newest weight loss programs in Louisville, using the most up to date dietary plans, fitness models, and technology.

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