Atlanta Center for Endocrinology,
Diabetes, Metabolism and Weight Loss

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Weight Loss Programs

Weight Loss Success Stories

Published Results:
62 lbs in 21 weeks

Average weight loss for patients after 21 weeks on the HMR diet program. Data collected from three groups of patients treated at the HMR Program, University of Kentucky. HMR's medical research, weight loss, and weight maintenance data have been published in several leading medical and nutritional journals.

The HMR Program for Weight Management™ at Atlanta Endocrine Associates is a Licensed Affiliate of Health Management Resources Corporation® (HMR), Boston, Massachusetts. Health Management Resources® is a weight-loss and weight-management leader, helping dieters lose weight in clinic programs at hospitals and medical centers, as well as on their own with HMR weight loss programs, and weight-loss foods, including low-calorie diet shakes, diet meals, and other diet products. Some of the material used in this site is owned by Health Management Resources® Corporation, (HMR®) of Boston, Massachusetts, and is used with its permission. Click on the Notices and Disclaimers link for more specific information about the relationship of HMR and this site and other important information.

Step Out to Fight Diabetes:

Atlanta Endocrine Associates Top Fund Raiser at Diabetes Walk!

Atlanta Endocrine AssociatesTeam Steps Out to Fight Diabetes at Grant Park

Saturday, September 20th hundreds of participants gathered together at Grant Park for a fun 5k walk to help raise funds and awareness to find a cure and end this devastating disease.

On behalf of the millions of Americans with diabetes and their families and friends, Atlanta Endocrine Associates, would like to thank all the participants and donors who came out to walk with us and helped us raise $2,538.99. With your help we were one of the top fund raisers for the event.

Every dollar raised for Step Out: Walk to Fight Diabetes plays an important role in supporting the mission of the American Diabetes Association, which is to prevent and cure diabetes and to improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes.

Thank you again for all your support!