Weigh Less Louisville launches Louisville’s only European style natural weight loss program

Leading provider of innovative weight loss solutions, Weigh Less Louisville, announces the launch of their weight loss clinic in Louisville, KY to assist in the lifestyle changes needed to address the general health of their patients

October 20, 2019 —

The founders of Weigh Less Louisville have announced the opening of their Louisville weight loss clinic. The new office opening is in line with the practice's goal of making health and fitness solutions easily accessible to as many people as possible. The new office location also makes the clinic the only provider of European style natural weight loss program in the whole of Louisville.

"As a whole, Europeans are generally healthier and don't suffer from the same rates of obesity as we Americans do. This is what droves us to Europe to find out the secrets of Europeans and their practices of healthy living," said Rosum, co-founder of Weigh Less Louisville.

There is an increasing demand for fitness solutions in Louisville and other parts of the world, with statistics revealing a steady rise in the number of diseases related to having excess fat deposits in the body. While there are several fitness solutions providers in and around Louisville, many of the available programs do not meet the needs of customers. This is where Weigh Less Louisville has been able to make a difference with the introduction of European Style Natural Weight Loss. The Louisville weight loss blog promises to be very educative and helpful too for interested individuals.

The world-class weight loss plan saves people from the use of pills, injections, or surgery that have been discovered to be detrimental to patients. The program was created in Switzerland and has been accepted in different parts of the world, working with professional athletes and celebrities alike. The program consists of an all-natural supplementation, easy to follow food management plan, and state-of-the-art fat-melting contour light, complete with in-house sessions.

The Louisville weight loss program has already started to receive accolades from clients in and around Louisville. "I've been working with Weigh Less Louisville for over four months and have lost 72 pounds. I'm under 200 pounds for the first time in 17 years. Doing the weight loss plan that he set up for me has worked excellent. This plan absolutely works and I feel like I have my life back," said Nelson.

The co-founders of Weigh Less Louisville, Jeff Rosum and David Seastedt are published authors on the subject of weight loss and have been invited to speak all over the country on behalf of their natural European weight loss program.
More information about Louisville weight loss blog 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 offer one the newest weight loss program in Louisville, using the most up to date dietary plans, fitness models, and technology.

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Name: Jeffrey Rosum
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Organization: Weigh Less Louisville
Website: https://weighlesslouisville.com/

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