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Welcome to Draelos Metabolic Center

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Welcome to Draelos Metabolic Center! Founded by respected endocrinologist Matthew Draelos, MD, FACE, we have assembled a highly qualified team of health care professionals, experienced in Diabetes, Weight Loss, Thyroid and other Endocrine issues. Our goal is to utilize our medical expertise in conjunction with the best in treatments and technology and to provide the critical support you need to reach your health and weight goals.


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Exercise: 4 Tips for Getting Started

get started exercisingOne thing we all have in common, regardless of age or health, is the need to move. According to the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), adults need 150 minutes per week of moderate physical activity (such as brisk walking), ideally spread out over the entire week. Both aerobic activity (for example, walking or running) and muscle-strengthening activity (like lifting weights) are beneficial. Regular exercise promotes better blood glucose control, and there is now solid evidence that it lowers the risk of heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, high cholesterol levels, falls, depression, and early death while boosting energy levels, mental functioning, and sense of well-being. It's also clear that the opposite is true: Physical inactivity results in poor health.One of the most-repeated diabetes myths is this: People with diabetes must eat special foods. Truth is, whether you have diabetes or not, you should be eating more whole grains, vegetables, and fruits and fewer packaged items, fried foods, and refined carbohydrates. But that doesn't mean you have to stick to a diet of salad and yogurt. By employing some clever kitchen tricks, you can cut out excess calories, fat, carbohydrates, and sodium without sacrificing taste.

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What Our Patients are Saying

  • I went from a size 51 waist to a size 46! I feel great!
    James

  • The staff was great!!! They were nice, polite, and had a great bedside manner. Keep up the great job!!
    Anonymous

  • It was more than I hoped for!
    Anonymous

  • My LDL cholesterol dropped 19 points in just 8 months.
    Theresa

  • I have been on plenty of diets in my lifetime, but nothing has worked as well as this.
    Deborah

  • I lost 25 pounds and am training for my first half marathon.
    Dean

  • I have lost 120 pounds and my A1C is steadily dropping.
    Susan