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Congratulations! You have just taken the first step to getting healthy and losing weight.

Getting healthy is the key to the success of any diet plan. You have no doubt heard that you should lose weight so you can be healthier, because obesity is a health risk causing heart disease, diabetes, arthritis and stroke. Right? People have been pushing the idea that fat directly causes these other problems.

This is not true!

I found it to be just the opposite. You need to be healthy first before you can actually lose weight. In other words, heart disease, diabetes, arthritis, stroke AND obesity are all the result (symptom) of the same thing—an unhealthy body. Somehow, someone has assigned obesity as a primary cause or a disease, when in reality it is an effect or result of something else. If you have stubborn weight problems you have a hormonal imbalance and the body can’t release fat effectively. Attacking your weight problems with dieting and typical exercise without first finding out your body type will continue to be a challenge because you are focusing on the wrong goal…weight loss. A better goal would be creating healthier glands and hormone balance. Weight loss would then occur as a benefit of a healthy body.

There are four main body types each influenced by hormones that cause us to have weight problems. They are Adrenal, Ovarian, Thyroid and Liver body type.

Do any of these look like you?


Pendulous abdomenNeeds coffee to wake upDark circles around eyesSalt, cheese and chocolatecravings


Hair stiff and dryGeneralized weight gainOuter eyebrows thin or absentCraving bread, pasta and sweets


Weight gain in hips, thighs and buttocksHot flashes, vaginal drynessInfertilityCyclic thinning of hair


Burping or belching after mealsPot belly, very little external fatIrritability and moodiness, especially in the morningCraving for fried foods and sour foods


Here are a couple of comments from a few of the people we have helped:

Judy, age 56: Registered Nurse

“When I first started working with Dr. Rick all the other nurses at work were saying ‘Yeah right’ when I told them what I was doing to lose weight. Now they say ‘what are you doing to lose all the weight.’ I’ve lost 44 lbs in 4½ months and I’m still losing!”

Pat, age 60: Former Ironman Tri-athlete

“Getting adjustments three times a week for 4 weeks and taking dietary supplements helped me get fit enough to exercise daily to lose 26 pounds in twelve weeks and lose 10% body fat.”

We know that with the rising cost of gas, that you may not wish to travel to ask a few questions and gather the information you need. So I am offering a complimentary phone consultation to answer your questions to determine if working together would be a good fit. All you need to do is call my office and Debi will schedule a time that we can talk. I am here to listen, care and understand your problems.

What have you got to lose!

I have seen people lose 25 to 30 to even 40 pounds over a short period of time only to find a year later that they have gained it all back plus 5 or 10 pounds. Let me guide YOU to a lasting weight loss. Don’t wait to make that call, you need to get healthy to do and enjoy all the things you’re missing out on now! Offer expires July 31, 2008 so call now!

Dr. Rick Hasemeier, D.C.

PS. If you would like more information concerning this weight loss plan, call to schedule your complimentary phone consultation.