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January 9, 2014

Ageless Medical provides diet plan and advice tailored to each individual

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LAUREL COUNTY, Ky. —

It’s been six months and Geoghegan has lost 53 pounds. She’s slimmer, more fit, and, best of all, feels like a brand new person.

“I feel really good. This came at the right time in my life, at a point where I needed it,” Geoghegan said. “And I’ve always been heavy. It’s a mental thing for me to get used to not being heavy anymore. I’m still trying to get used to it.”

Natalie Jensen, co-owner of Ageless Medical Center and Medspa in London, said they’ve helped more than 600 clients lose over 100,000 pounds combined since they open in Feb. 2011.

“That’s what sets us apart from other services,” Jensen said. “We talk to our clients on a personal level. We do one-on-one counseling to make sure every program is tailored to the individual. We talk to people who are struggling – people whose first impulse is to eat out of comfort.”

For more information on Ageless Center Medical Weight Loss and Medspa, call (606) 330-0002.

 

sbelzer@sentinel-echo.com

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