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SmartforLife® Grand Opening With Dr. Sass Moulavi

Dr. SassSmart for Life held a Grand Opening Thursday at its new manufacturing facility in Riviera Beach. Dr. Sasson Moulavi speaking at the grand opening.

A ceremony will be held on November 1, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. to celebrate the grand opening of Smart for Life’s newly-renovated, 25,000-square-foot manufacturing and distribution facility at 1210 West 13th Street in Riviera Beach, FL.  The event is being hosted by Palm Beach County and company founder, Dr. Sasson Moulavi.

The company produces nutritious baked food products that aid in weight loss under the trade marked names Smart for Life, ThinAdventure, The Cookie Diet, and Zilch.  It also licenses Smart for Life weight reduction centers in the U.S. and Canada.  Its major customers include Smart for Life Centers, Costco USA, Costco Canada, Walgreens, Sams Club Mexico, and Walmart.

The $3.1 million project was funded in partnership with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), and the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA).

DES worked closely with the business to complete its financing package through the Section 108 Loan and Energy Revolving Loan Fund programs to assist with working capital and energy retrofits at the new facility.  The company is expected to create 25 new full-time jobs.

This is the third manufacturing business to receive assistance through the Section 108 loan program that is located along West 13th Street, an important area of economic revitalization for the city.  Production commenced at the new site in August and the company reports that the energy improvements already have resulted in a reduction in electric costs.

DES estimates that the project will have an economic impact of $64.7 million over the next five years.

Guest speakers at the event will include District 7 County Commissioner Priscilla Taylor, Riviera Beach Mayor Thomas Masters, HUD Miami Field Office Director Armando Fana, and SBA Assistant District Director for Lender Relations Miguel Gonzalez.

Republished from: http://www.pbcgov.com/newsroom/1012/10-30-12_smart_for_life.htm

 

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Smart for Life Bakery Grand Opening

Smart for Life Bakery Grand opening – Cookie Diet

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The Smart for Life bakery grand opening was Thursday at its new manufacturing facility in Riviera Beach.  Dr. Sasson Moulavi speaking at the grand opening. A ceremony will be held on November 1, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. to celebrate the grand opening of Smart for Life’s newly-renovated, 25,000-square-foot manufacturing and distribution facility at 1210 West 13th Street in Riviera Beach, FL.  The event is being hosted by Palm Beach County and company founder, Dr. Sasson Moulavi.

 

 

 

 

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Being Overweight Is A Lifelong Battle With Lots Of Pain

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You Don’t Want The Lifelong Battle of Being Overweight

lifelong battle weight lossWe can help see why most overweight people have tried losing weight, but either fail or gain the weight back. It can be a lifelong battle.

As a fat ER doctor who lost 40 pounds and kept it off, I know how tough this is.

When I set up Smart for Life in Boca Raton to help people lose weight 10 years ago, our program was very successful. Since then we have made it even better.

 

-Ask yourself if the program you are doing or considering answers yes to all these questions.
-Are you seeing a doctor who concentrates on weight loss?
-Is he/she a member of the ASBP and ABBM and do they follow these best practices?
-Do they have natural ways to suppress appetite and if these fail do they have appetite suppressant prescription medication (pheteramine or Phendimetrazine) to dispense right at the office in Boca Raton?
-Do they have methods to break down your eating habits so you start eating correctly, small multiple meals through the day?
-Do the have other modalities to help you if you need it such as , HCG, MIC, B12, Lipotropic injections and more?
-Do they asses your metabolism with blood test? Caloric assessment and more?
-Do they assess how your weight affects your health such as body composition analysis, Lipid testing and more.
-Do they take most insurance?
-Do they do have studies to prove that there program works?
-Do they teach you to maintain your weight loss once you lose it?
-Do they have a supporting and friendly staff who truly care about people.
-Do they have a number you can call 24/7 ?

Dr. Sass and his team can say yes to all of the above. Dr. Sass has also lectured and been featured in many news articles and shows as a weight loss expert. People from all over come to Boca Raton to lose weight and get healthy. No matter what you do, lose the weight and stop your pain.

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Eat Cookies and Lose Weight Dr. Sass Says It’s True

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Eat Cookies and Lose Weight!

eat cookies lose weightDr. Sass spoke about how you can eat cookies and lose weight, the Smart for Life program and highlighted how the cookies and protein bars work to suppress your appetite and help you lose weight. He also mentioned that there are three weight loss centers in the Los Angeles area including one in Beverly Hills. He urged viewers to check out SmartforLife.com to learn more about the program. Additionally, Smart for Life weight loss success story, Shirley Caddell accompanied Dr. Sass and shared experience using Smart for Life and shared how anyone can eat cookies and lose weight.

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Dr. Sass Talks About Childhood Obesity on Fox 23 Maine – Good Day Maine

Childhood Obesity

Dr. Sasson Moulavi is the Medical Director of the popular “Smart for Life” weight management program. Dr. “Sass”stopped by the studio to talk about his program in relation to local success stories and the alarming rate of childhood obesity. Childhood obesity has more than doubled in children and quadrupled in adolescents in the past 30 years. Childhood obesity has both immediate and long-term effects on health and well-being. Childhood obesity is a serious medical condition that affects children and adolescents. It occurs when a child is well above the normal weight for his or her age and height.

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Smart for Life Diet Featured on Fox 13 Good Morning Memphis

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Welcome To The Smart for Life Diet

weight loss boca raton-smart for life dietMemphis, TN – Eating cookies to lose weight? Dr. Sasson Moulavi says the Smart for Life weight management program will help you do just that. Hear the whole story on this video with Dr. Sass from Fox 13 Memphis.

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Smart for Life featured on Good Morning Arizona

Phoenix- Good Morning Arizona – Three women share their stories of weight loss on three different diet plans. One woman used Medifast, another used Smart for Life and a third woman used an ice cube diet. All three lost 100 pounds or more.

Watch video at http://www.azfamily.com/good-morning-arizona/Three-women-lose-weight-on-different-diet-plans-121895894.html

Smart for Life on Facebook

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What You Really Need To Know About Going Gluten-Free

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A lot of celebrities like Gweneth Paltrow & Elisabeth Hasselbeck are promoting gluten-free diets, but did you know that the diet was actually created for those who are gluten intolerant?

Gluten-free diet

Celiac disease is a condition that damages the lining of the small intestine and prevents it from absorbing parts of food that are important for staying healthy. The damage is due to a reaction to eating gluten, which is found in wheat, barley, rye, and possibly oats.

Alene Schwartz was diagnosed with this disease three years ago. She is a patient of Dr. Sasson Moulavi M.D., the Medical Director of Smart For Life. Alene says after switching to a gluten-free diet, she lost more than 125 pounds after being diagnosed with Celiac’s Disease.

So, what does a gluten-free diet mean?

Dr. Sass says all gluten, which is a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye that contain those grains should be eliminated from your diet. He also says countless food products including pasta and bread also should be eliminated from your diet for a gluten-free diet.

Does it work?

“Yes, changing to a gluten-free lifestyle does in fact help. Ask Alene!” Dr. Sass says.

These dietary changes to cut go gluten-free, Dr. Sass says, have people eat whole foods including fish vegetables and red meat, which are an excellent source of many needed nutrients.

Some symptoms to look out for include:

1. Low energy
2. Gastrointestinal problems (similar to bloating, diarrhea, cramping and constipation)
3. Acne

He says Celiac patients can also develop headaches, fatigue, muscle pain, tingling, skin rashes and joint pain. These symptoms are due to the autoimmune attack at the root of the disease which gradually erodes your intestine wall. Dr. Sass says this then leads to poor absorption of iron, folate and other nutrients that affect energy and brain function.

How much gluten is normal?

If you have Celiac’s Disease, you must commit to a completely gluten-free diet, Dr. Sass advises. But for people with gluten sensitivity, this is not the case, because sensitivity to gluten has not been linked to intestine damage and long-term health problems. Dr. Sass advises to eat as much gluten as you feel comfortable and can handle without feeling sick.

If you think you may have Celiac’s Disease, Dr. Sass advises to see a doctor so that they can run a blood test to diagnose gluten sensitivity. He says that many patients have to experiment through trial and error, measuring their gluten sensitivity through foods.

For more information check out http://www.abc15.com/dpp/lifestyle/family/what-you-really-need-to-know-about-going-gluten-free.

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