Peter D. Vash, MD, M.P.H., F.A.C.E., Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine, emeritus, at the David Geffen School of Medicine UCLA Medical Center
Masters of Public Health at the UCLA School of Public Health
Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar at the UCLA School of Medicine
Past President of the American Society of Bariatric Physicians
Board Certified in Internal Medicine specializing in Endocrinology and Metabolism with an emphasis on Obesity Medicine
Diplomate and Board Certified in Obesity Medicine
Served on the Board of Shape Magazine and wrote a column about weight loss
Past Medical Director of the Lindora Medical Clinic
Peter Vash, M.D., M.P.H., a 30-year board certified internist, endocrinologist, obesity medicine and weight loss expert, wanted to develop a new tool to combat the ever-growing overweight epidemic and help patients lose and maintain a healthy weight.
As a board certified internist, endocrinologist and Diplomate in Obesity Medicine, with years of clinical experience Dr. Vash has the tools and skills necessary to help you lose your extra weight and then keep it off.
By using results of scientific and medically based clinical studies, the needed education, encouragement, guidance, motivation and support is provided that will help promote and result in your safe, sustainable and effective weight loss with Dr. Vash's book, "Lose It and Keep It Off."
The combination of the powerful proprietary blend of Garcinia Cambogia with Super Citrimax, Zychrome, bound to the minerals calcium and potassium, ensure optimal gut absorption and greater efficacy. Attenuate’s proprietary formula has been clinically tested and medically evaluated to:
1) Reduce fat uptake and increase fat breakdownto significantly reduce bodyweight, decrease hip size, and lower LDL cholesterol (“bad cholesterol”) and triglycerides.
2) Decrease fat cell formationand accumulation of intercellular fat to produce weight loss more than 3 times better than a placebo after 8 weeks of treatment.
3) Significantly reduce Ghrelin, thehunger-inducing hormone, to produce the satiety-promoting benefit of ‘fullness’.
4) Increasethe insulin-sensitizing hormoneAdiponectin,which is associated with a reduction of the risk of developing type 2 Diabetes.
5) Enhance insulin’s stabilityand effectiveness.