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Introduction

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Hello. I’m Dr. Howard Shapiro.

When I first came to NY about 30 years ago, I had a vision to create the most thorough, cutting edge integrated medical practice of its time—to help my patients achieve healthy weight control and life long wellness. And that includes tackling diabetes prevention and childhood obesity.

As a trained MD., Osteopath and weight loss specialist, and with my team of nutritionist, psychologist, physical therapist and exercise trainers, we look at the whole body, not just the symptoms. Having an integrated medical practice allows us to customize a program to fit your needs.

I’ve had the honor of working with many wonderful patients over the years, including some celebrities and New York’s Police and Fire Department. We’ve helped New York’s bravest and finest lose over 2,500 pounds, and we’re still going!

I’m also the author of a best-selling book series called Picture Perfect Weight Loss, which illustrates my Food Awareness Training method with visual demonstrations, and explains my philosophy that you’re never on a diet, your participating in an ongoing process of learning to make satisfying, healthy food choices.

This blog is dedicated to sharing what I’ve learned about helping people develop a healthy relationship with food.  It will be full of food comparisons, tips and techniques for how to eat and loose weight, including food shopping, eating out, recipes and more.

Please comment and contact us for information about a personalized health or weight loss plan.

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