4 Components To A Healthy Lifestyle

Living a healthy lifestyle doesn’t mean hours of training at the gym and eating only salad leaves. It’s about making easy-to-manage healthy choices in your day-to-day living.

If you have ever tried to dramatically change your lifestyle you know how difficult it can be. It takes major discipline and there are so many options, fads, supplements and ads trying to get your attention stating “quick weight loss” or “30 pounds in 30 days” or “this is the miracle lifestyle”. Creating a healthy, balanced lifestyle is a journey with many different components that must work together to achieve results. Whether you are wanting to completely transform your body, just be more active, cut out some bad habits or regain your energy, each of these components must be taken into consideration. Having a plan in place and the support you need will lead you to success.

Here we are discussing the 4 main components to achieving and maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

#1. Diet– consciously choosing what you put in your body on a daily basis is the starting point to creating a healthy body and mind. It is evident that some foods make you feel good and others don’t. Becoming aware of which is which for you personally will help your overall wellbeing. Putting a basic meal plan in place, that is easy to follow and prepare is key to setting yourself up for success.

#2. Exercise– whether it is making simple choices like taking the stairs, parking farther away from the entrance, going to a fitness class twice a week or putting a daily gym routine in place, doing more exercise daily will make you more energized, alert and focused. We all have stress in our lives, exercise is a natural stress release. Where ever you can fit exercise into your daily routine you will thank yourself down the road. 

#3. Sleep– the quality of sleep and the amount are both important when considering this component. Your mind and body require rest to function effectively. As the amount of sleep we need changes as we age so does the quality of the sleep we are getting. Being conscious of our sleeping patterns and getting what we need allows us to be highly productive, function people for our families, our job and our selves.  

#4. Thoughts– this component is arguably the most important and the one that is most affected by all the others. Have you noticed that if your diet is full of sugary carbohydrates or processed foods that its difficult for you to concentrate on a task? Have you noticed that when you are hungry you don’t treat people the way that you normally would? Have you noticed that when you exercise it is easier for you to focus and complete tasks? Have you noticed that when you are tired you are more irritable then normal?  Have you noticed that with a lacking combination of each of these components anxiety can set in?

These are examples of how important lifestyle is when it comes to clear thinking. When our thoughts are clear and positive so are our actions, reactions and even the situations we encounter. Being aware of your thoughts and why they are there is the ultimate component of wellbeing.

Looking for support to implement and maintain a healthy lifestyle? We are here to help. Talk to our providers about the options we have to offer to support your healthy lifestyle journey.

To make an appointment at any one of our offices please call 817-345-0303.

Our Top 3 Healthy Fall Recipes

Keeping on track with your healthy lifestyle can be challenging especially when the weather starts to get a little colder as fall rolls around. You will notice that you crave more hearty meals and more time on the couch. This can take a toll on your fitness regime, it also offers the opportunity to change things up by doing different outdoor exercises in more comfortable climate (not 100 degrees) and to indulge in healthy, hearty fall meals. There is no need to give up your fall comfort foods, as there are healthy choices you can make that will fulfill the cravings.

Here are 3 of our favorite fast, healthy Fall meals that will keep you feeling satisfied and keep your calorie count down.

Healthiest Pumpkin Oat Protein Pancakes
Prep time: 5 MINS
Cook time: 10 MINS
Total time: 15 MINS
Serving amount: 4 Pancakes

Tender, spiced protein pumpkin pancakes that can be whipped up in the blender. Healthy, simple and perfect for chilly fall mornings.

Ingredients
  • 1/3 cup (27g) oats
  • 1/2 scoop (13g) protein powder 
  • 1/4 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1/4 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon or pumpkin pie spice
  • 1/8 teaspoon ginger
  • 1/8 teaspoon nutmeg
  • 1/3 cup egg whites from a carton
  • 1/2 cup pumpkin purée*
  • Optional: stevia, splash vanilla, pancake syrup, maple syrup, butter, fresh fruit
Instructions
  1. Preheat large skillet or griddle and spray with cooking spray.
  2. Grind oats, protein powder, baking soda, baking powder, spices and stevia (if using) in the blender until it’s flour-like.

  3. Add, to the blender, egg whites and pumpkin and blend for a few seconds.

  4. Pour batter onto preheated griddle to make 4 pancakes; cook for about 5 minutes and until golden brown. Flip and continue to cook about 3 more minutes and until both sides are golden brown.

  5. Serve immediately topped with your favorites and enjoy!

 

 

Sweet Potato Hash Egg Bowl 

Prep time: 15 MINS

Cook time: 20 MINS
Total time: 35 MINS
Serving Amount: 7 Cups

 

A hearty, 5-ingredient breakfast hash with sweet potato, brussels sprouts, and apple! A protein- and fiber-packed meal.

Ingredients
  • 3 slices uncured turkey bacon or regular bacon(for Whole30 Compliant, I used Pederson’s brand)
  • 1 small (108g) diced onion
  • 1 sweet potato (208g) cut into ½-inch cubes
  • 2 garlic cloves, minced
  • 2 cups (339g) brussels sprouts, stems removed and quartered
  • 1 apple (118g) diced
  • Optional: eggs, egg whites or a combination of the two*
  • salt + pepper to taste
Instructions
  1. Heat a large skillet over medium heat and add bacon. Cook until desired doneness, then remove from pan to plate lined with a paper towel. When cooled, crumble bacon and set aside.
  2. Reserve about 2 tablespoons bacon grease in a pan and add onion and sweet potato to the skillet and toss to coat. If using turkey bacon, you’ll need to spray skillet with cooking spray or add olive or coconut oil as needed.

  3. Cook until sweet potato has softened, about 10 minutes, then stir in garlic, brussels sprouts and apple and cook for about 10-15 mins longer and until mixture is soft and caramelly. Stir crumbled bacon into the mixture.

  4. In the meantime, poach, fry or scramble eggs, cooking until desired doneness. Serve immediately and enjoy!

Recipe Notes

**Nutritional information only includes the main ingredients for this bowl. It does not include egg, ghee or any other add-in.

Roasted Butternut Squash Brown Rice Holiday Salad
Prep time: 15 MINS
Cook time: 30 MINS
Total time: 45 MINS
Serving Amount: 7 Cups
Ingredients
Dressing:
  • 1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil
  • 1 tablespoon pure maple syrup
  • 2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar
  • 1/2 teaspoon sea salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon black pepper
  • Prepare dressing by vigorously whisking all ingredients

Salad:

  • 5 cups butternut squash about 1 medium squash, peeled, seeded, and cut into 1-inch cubes*
  • 1 large pear cut into ½-inch pieces
  • ½ cup dried cranberries
  • ¼ cup finely chopped red onion
  • 2 1/2 cups chopped fresh spinach or other favorite green
  • 1 bag Success® Whole Grain Brown Rice 2 cups, prepared
  • fresh parsley for garnish, if desired

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 425 degrees F. Place butternut squash on a rimmed baking sheet, spray with cooking spray and sprinkle on a dash of salt. Roast for about 30 minutes, and until tender.
  2. Meanwhile, prepare all other ingredients. Cook brown Success® Rice according to package instructions and in a large bowl, combine pear, cranberries, onion, and spinach.
  3. Once squash and rice have cooked, transfer both to a large bowl with other ingredients and stir so that spinach wilts slightly from the heat of the squash and rice.
  4. Pour dressing over the salad and toss gently to combine. Salad can be served warm, at room temperature, or chilled. Garnish with fresh parsley, if desired.

If you need support in your weight loss journey or help to maintain your healthy, balanced lifestyle our providers are here to support you. To make an appointment at the clinic nearest you call 817-345-0303.

Recipes from: https://www.kimscravings.com/30-healthy-fall-recipes/

Top 10 Body Weight Exercises You Can Do Anywhere

There are some tried, tested and true basic body weight exercises that have been used for decades that can not be dismissed. Whether you are at the gym, in a hotel room on the go, outside at the park or the comfort of your own home these 10 exercises will produce results to improve/maintain your physique between your regular workouts.

When you break it down the most basic bodyweight exercises are pushups, plank, crunch, squat, and lunge and everything else is some variation or combination of these. Simple right?

We recommend 12 reps of each exercise and if you have time, 3 rounds. If you can only fit one round into your schedule do that!! It’s more about consistency then anything. Fit in what you can when you can.

Here is a 10 exercise full body workout you can follow with a few options to change it up if you feel inclined:

1. Pushup/ **Pike Pushup

This one’s a timeless classic. The pushup is essential for building a big chest, cannonball delts, and triceps that look like the wishbone you pulled out of the turkey on Thanksgiving. Master this move and it will yield the same benefits as the bench press.

**If you’ve reached a plateau with your standard pushup routine, it might be time to try the pike pushup. To do this make a V with your body and lift your hips, as you bend your elbows and push back up you target a different area of your upper body while challenging your balance in a different way. This variation directly targets the shoulders and can help improve weak areas, leading to muscle development all over.

2. Plank / Star Plank

Plenty of fitness experts think holding a plank for a minute-plus is a very impressive measure of fitness. The plank requires excellent shoulder stability and top-notch muscle endurance of the abs, lower back, shoulders, neck, and legs. Not only that, but it works well to develop an impressive six-pack (more time under tension = more muscle).

Star plank is an advanced variation of the plank not only creates a greater challenge for your core but also forces your chest and shoulders to pick up some of the load. It also proves you can work your chest, shoulders, and abs at the same time.

3. Plank to Pushup

Take your plank work to the next level with this difficult variation that targets your upper body and your core at the same time.

Here’s how to do it: Start in a plank position, resting on your forearms. Press yourself up away from the ground one arm at a time into a pushup, while maintaining perfect plank position. Press first with your left forearm, keeping your right palm on the ground. Then return to prone position. Press with your right forearm while your left palm remains on the ground.

Ready to make it even more difficult? Lift a leg while you do it, extending your hip muscles and forcing your upper body to account for an even greater imbalance.

4. Bicycle Crunch

A notoriously tough core and cardio exercise, the bicycle crunch targets three major components of your core: Your main abdominus muscles (targeted by the main crunching motion), your obliques (the side-to-side rocking), and your lower abs (the “reverse crunch” motion). It’s also a good way to target muscles like hip flexors and even your shoulders as you work to stabilize your body.

5. Burpee

The No. 1 favorite exercise of any trainer who wants to help their clients burn fat, the burpee has become a staple in programs from bootcamps to CrossFit and everything in between. A full-body explosive motion that requires better cardio than hill sprints and more coordination than nearly any exercise, there’s no doubt that a steady diet of burpees will accelerate your progress toward a leaner, shredded body.

6. Mountain Climbers

A staple of athletic training, mountain climbers are another great core exercise that really fires up your hip flexors and abs while also challenging your upper body to maintain balance. These are a great static exercise that gets your heart rate pumping.

7. Bodyweight Squat/ Jump Squats

A fitness essential, the basic bodyweight squat (or “air squat”) is a vital exercise for maintaining lower-body strength throughout your life. Situate your feet about shoulder-width apart, and make sure you maintain a natural arc in your back and spread your weight through your feet as you hinge your hips and knees into the squat. When you raise yourself back up, make sure your knees are in line with your feet—not drawn inward—so the force hits your knees in their natural hinge.

Jump squats are perfect exercises for athletes or bodybuilders looking to improve their explosive lower-body power, and for adventure-race types who want to improve their ability to clamber over obstacles and keep moving fast. Make sure to land softly as you go into your next rep, forcing your muscles to handle a workload in both the concentric and eccentric motions of the exercise.

8. Overhead Lunge

The overhead lunge—basically just a lunge, which is when you stand with your feet hips-width distance apart and extend one leg back at a time-bending your back knee to a 90-degree angle. Add in raised arms above your head—this is a good way to strengthen your lower body and build up your balance. It might seem like an easy variation, but try enough of them and watch as that perfect touchdown signal becomes a flailing mess.

9. Glute Bridge

Lie on your back, bring your feet as close to your butt as you can, then thrust up with your hips and squeeze your glutes. Yeah, not exactly the prettiest exercise but any trainer will tell you that having strong, mobile glutes is essential for good back health—and other experts agree that having a set of glutes does wonders for your sex appeal.

10. Prone Back Extension

Lie on your stomach, extend your arms out wide and zip your legs together, as you inhale lift your chest and your legs. Sure, anyone can do a reverse hyper on a machine, but the tension is most times inadequate for serious muscle development. One thing trainers won’t tell you: the higher the amount of tension a muscle is put under, the stronger it responds (So harder contractions mean more muscle).

The prone back extension certainly creates a huge, deep contraction more in line with your natural back motion, helping you forge a strong, healthy lower back. It’s also a great stretch along the front side of your body at the end of the circuit.

 

Exercise is a very important aspect of a healthy lifestyle, but there are other components. If you are looking for support in other areas of your healthy lifestyle and wellness regime, the providers at T Off Men’s Health are here to support you every step of the way.

If you have any questions for us please call our corporate office at 817-345-0303.

19 Simple Weight Loss Tips For Men

If you have ever struggled with weight or just wanted to tone up you know there is nothing easy about losing 5 pounds or 80 pounds. There is a lot that goes into living a healthy lifestyle, but the main ingredients are exercise, diet, and mentality. Making small decisions each day can result in big-time fat loss.

Below are 19 simple and effective ways to lose weight. Start with one (or all) —today!

1. Have a clear goal. It should be one that anyone in the world can measure and understand.

2. Encourage yourself. No one ever accomplished anything by beating themselves up along the way. The more positive your mental state can be through your weight loss journey the more rewarding the journey will be.

3. Get Support. It can be overwhelming with all of the weight loss options out there especially when we have a weight loss goal and aren’t seeing the results. Get a support system in place to help you get to where you want to be.

4. Drink more water. Studies have proven that 2 cups of water before each meal result in greater weight loss. It helps fill you up before you even get started.

5. Start your meals with a salad. Salad will provide extra nutrients and some bulk to help fill you up so that you eat less calories overall. Be sure to avoid the high-calorie dressings and order dressing on the side.

6. Eat more protein regularly throughout the day. Replacing refined carbohydrates with lean protein will increase your metabolism. It’s important to time your intake so you’re eating protein regularly throughout the day—not just in one lump sum like most do at dinner. Every meal and snack should include some protein.

7. Eat more fruit and veggies. No one ever gained weight from eating more fruit or veggies. They fill you up, without providing many calories. That includes the so-called “high sugar” fruits like bananas and melons.

8. Add cayenne pepper to your diet. Cayenne is an ingredient that increases fat burning naturally.

9. Decrease processed carbs. They do nothing for you outside of creating a favorable environment for gaining fat.

10. Don’t forget the fiber. Think of fiber like a sponge; it absorbs water and makes you feel full.

11. Eat breakfast and the bulk of your meals by lunch. Then eat progressively less throughout the day. A study published in the Journal of Nutrition showed that eating most of your calories earlier in the day positively influences weight changes.

12. Watch your portions. Avoid the buffet line and never supersize. Instead, make sure you’re following what the nutrition label recommends for a serving.

13. Do full body exercises. Think squats, deadlifts, chin-ups, and pushups. You’ll get more bang for your buck out of each workout.

14. Lift weights. Heavy weights. Build more muscle, burn more calories.

15. Cut down rest time between sets. This will keep your heart rate elevated, causing an increase in calories burned.

16. Do intervals. Study after study after study continues to show intervals are more effective and time efficient than longer activity performed at a lower intensity.

17. Weigh yourself. Studies show daily weigh-ins help enhance weight loss efforts. Don’t live and die by the number. And of course a scale doesn’t decipher between fat and lean body mass, but it can still be of benefit to keep things “in check.”

18. Use the stairs. That’s right: Skip the escalator and elevator. This won’t make or break success, but every little bit helps.

19. Don’t grocery shop hungry. If you do, you’ll buy everything in the aisle – instead of sticking to your list. And most of the time, the foods you buy when hungry will the kinds that sabotage your weight loss efforts.

T Off Men’s Health is here to support your weight loss journey. Let us be the support team you need to finally create the results you are looking for. With our commitment to supporting our patients in feeling and living their best life we are here for you every step of the way.

How T Off Men’s Health Support Can Your Weight Loss Journey

Weight loss is difficult as we all know. But how many of us have tried more than just reading a New York best seller for weight loss, followed a fad diet, did what a friend was doing or just tried to work out more? Have you ever committed yourself to a lifestyle change program that treats weight as a disease process? Weight loss that is permanent only occurs with a committed effort to truly change something about who you are. It means thinking differently about food, fitness, your body, your expectations and setting goals to achieve success. It means properly using food, exercise, problem-solving, medication, nutritional supplements, labs, surgery if needed, coaching – and the list goes on. Weight loss is not a quick fix for many, but we often advertise that it is. How many times have you read, “Lose 30lbs for $99”, as though all you had to do was pay the price and the weight would miraculously fall off. You are given a menu plan, medication, etc… and then you are on your own.

The best systems for weight loss take your personal goals and lifestyle and troubleshoot why you are comfortable where you are. Do you know why you don’t change? In one word, “comfort”. You are uncomfortably comfortable with your current life. Sure you want to lose weight, but why would you want to give up those margaritas or soothing doughnuts. Change is not easy, but your overall health and wellbeing will benefit if you commit to true weight loss.

T – Off Men’s Health creates a custom weight loss program to support “you”. We stand by “you” in your successes and failures all the way to the point where you finally find the right solution and true results.

We have developed a weight loss plan to achieve your weight loss goal. The plan includes:

  • Meal Plans and shopping lists
  • Access to Wellness Portal
  • Access to a Licensed Dietitian via weekly appointments and 24hr HIPAA compliant messaging portal.
  • Nutrition Classes and guided grocery store shopping
  • Prescription weight loss medication for qualified patients
  • Most important and program that is not stuck on selling you one system, but will tell you what works and what doesn’t because you are the center of care!

We also offer individual weight loss services:

  • Individual weight loss counseling
  • Group nutrition classes
  • B12 Injections – vitamin injection to boost energy, mood, concentration, and immune system
  • Lipotropic Injections – a mixture of Vitamin B12, B6, C, and a few other vitamins and minerals used to increase the metabolic rate and help the body dissolve excess fat through the liver.

If you are ready to commit to a lifelong change of lifestyle and are ready to accept the support you need to be a success and achieve the ultimate goals you are working towards. Contact us for an appointment and let’s get your weight loss journey started.

The Simple Truth About Gaining Muscle and Loosing Fat According to Book Bigger Leaner Stronger by Michael Matthews

 

T Off  Men’s Health treats its patents as a whole, this means that not only is primary care of utmost importance, we also offer weight loss planning as a service, among others. In this blog we are focused on the concepts written by the tried and tested strategy developed by Michael Matthews discussed in his book Bigger Leaner Stronger. In his book he offers many truths about weight loss and what it really takes to bulk up, lean down and maintain one’s weight goals. The raw truth and scientific proof in his writing are what is most appealing about his strategy and teachings.

In this blog, we are going to touch on the simple truths that he offers in regards to fat loss and muscle growth. 

 

The 5 Biggest Fat Loss Myths & Mistakes

  1. It is unnecessary to count calories
  2. If you do cardio you will lose weight
  3. Following current fads will lead to success
  4. The best way to get tones is to do high reps of low weight
  5. It is not possible to use spot reduction to target a specific area of the body

The Real Science of Healthy Fat Loss

Law #1: Eat Fewer Calories Than You Expend Per Day And Weight Loss Will Result

Law #2: Create a Meal Schedule That is Most Manageable for You

Law #3: Regular/Measured Cardio will Help Burn Fat

The 6 Biggest Muscle Building Myths & Mistakes

  1. More grow is a direct result of more sets
  2. It is necessary to “Feel the Burn” to gain muscle
  3. It is possible to waste time doing the wrong exercises
  4. Over lifting
  5. Under lifting
  6. Not having the correct meal plan goals

The Real Science of Muscle Growth

Law #1: Muscles Grow BECAUSE they’re forced to

Law #2: Muscles Grow due to overload, not fatigue

Law #3: Muscles Grow after you leave the gym

Law #4: Muscles Grow Only when they are properly nourished

Simple Truths Quoted directly from Bigger Leaner Stronger

Burning Fat

  • “In order to lose fat, you must keep your body burning more energy than you’re feeding it, and the energy potential of food is measured in calories”.
  • “A calorie is a measurement unit of the amount of energy that can be produced by food. One calorie is enough energy to raise the temperature of one gram of water by one degree Celsius. Thus, when you’re referring to the calories contained in food, you’re referring to the potential energy stored in the food”.
  • “What people are actually objecting to with counting calories is trying to figure out what to eat while on the run every day or what to buy when rushing through the grocery store”.
  • “Getting ripped boils down to nothing more than manipulating a simple mathematical formula: energy consumed versus energy expended”.
  • “When you give your body more calories (potential energy) than it burns off, it stores fat. When you give your body less calories than it burns throughout the day, it must make up for that deficit by burning its own energy stores (fat), leading to the ultimate goal, fat loss. It doesn’t even matter what you eat—if your calories are right, you’ll lose weight”.
  • “Before you lift a weight or cut a calorie, you must have specific, tangible goals set in your mind as to why you’re doing it”.

Goals and Gains

  • “No matter how bad you might think your genetics are, no matter how lost you might feel after trying and abandoning many types of workouts, you absolutely, positively can have the lean, ripped body that you dream about”.
  • “If you can get one more rep on an exercise than you did last week (while maintaining proper form), pat yourself on the back, because you’ve made progress”.

Nutrition

  • “There are six aspects of nutrition that are of primary concern when trying to build muscle and lose fat. They are calories, protein, carbohydrates, fats, water, and vitamins and minerals”.
  • “Protein, carbohydrates, and fats are known as ‘macro–nutrients’ (macro means ‘of great size; large’), and how you structure these in your diet is vitally important to your overall results. Of secondary concern to success are vitamins and minerals, which are known as ‘micro–nutrients’, and these are essential for body’s performance of many different physiological processes connected with building muscle and losing fat”.
  • “Eating enough protein every day is rock–bottom fundamental to building muscle and increasing strength”.
  • “Not eating enough protein each day is the easiest way to prevent muscle growth, get stuck in a rut, and quit”.
  • “Regardless of what type of carbohydrate you eat—broccoli or apple pie—the body breaks it down into two substances: glucose and glycogen. Glucose is commonly referred to as ‘blood sugar’, and it’s an energy source used by your cells to do the many things
  • “The amount of sleep that you get plays a crucial role in gaining muscle”.
  • “You could do the perfect workouts and give your muscles the perfect amount of rest, but if you don’t eat correctly, you won’t grow—period”.
  • “A ‘simple’ carb is one that converts very quickly (is high on the glycemic index), such as table sugar, honey, and watermelon, while a “complex” carb is one that converts slowly (is low on the glycemic index), such as broccoli, apple, and whole–grain bread”.
  • “Fats are the densest energy sources available to your body”.
  • “Each gram of fat contains over twice the calories of a gram of carbohydrate or protein”.
  • “Fats help your body absorb the other nutrients that you give it, nourish the nervous system, help maintain cell structures, regulate hormone levels, and more”.
  • “There are two main sources of protein out there: whole food protein and supplement protein”.
  • “Whole food protein is a protein that comes from natural food sources, such as beef, chicken, fish, etc”.
  • “The best forms of whole food protein are chicken, turkey, lean red meat, fish, eggs, and milk”.
  • “Eat carbs in the medium-high range of the glycemic index (70–90 is a good rule of thumb) about 30 minutes before you train and within 30 minutes of finishing your workout”.

Gaining Muscle

  • “By lifting weights, you are actually causing tiny tears (known as “micro–tears”) in the muscle fibres, which the body then repairs, adapting the muscles to better handle the stimulus that caused the damage. This is the process by which muscles grow (scientifically termed hypertrophy)”.
  • “For optimal muscle growth, you must lift in such a way that causes optimal micro-tearing and then you must feed your body what it needs to grow and give it the proper amount of rest”.
  • “Building muscle and getting stronger requires lifting heavy weights, and doing short, intense sets of relatively low reps. This type of training causes optimal micro–tearing for strength and growth gains, and forces the body to adapt”.
  • “Studies have shown that, depending on the intensity of your training and your level of fitness, it takes the body 2–5 days to fully repair muscles subjected to weight training”.

 

If you are interested in weight loss and are ready to take it seriously with the support you need, T Off Men’s Health is here to support your success.

 

For bookings contact a clinic nearest you Fort Worth 817-632-5400, Dallas 214-217-8633 or Keller 817-345-0303.

Feel Your Best With Preventive Care

What is preventive care?

There is an old saying “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure?” This is especially true when it comes to preventive care services.

Maintaining or even improving your health with regular preventive care, before things even get bad, along with following the advice of your doctor, allow you to stay healthy and continuously feeling your best. Routine checkups and screenings can help you avoid future serious health problems, allowing you and your doctor to work as a team to manage your overall health, and help you reach your personal health and wellness goals.

Preventive care focuses on evaluating your current health status while you are symptom-free. Preventive care allows you to obtain early diagnosis and treatment, to help avoid more serious health problems. Even if you’re in the best shape of your life, a serious condition with no signs or symptoms may put your health at risk. Through a preventive exam and routine health screenings, your doctor can determine your current health status and detect early warning signs of more serious problems.

T Off Men’s Health focuses on total men’s wellness which is a broad subject that includes proper medical care, behavioral health, nutrition, fitness, and spirituality. Our latest preventative labs will test for the following:

  • Colon Cancer Risk
  • Lung Cancer Risk
  • Blood cell analysis
  • Liver/kidney function
  • Thyroid
  • Vitamin panel
  • Iron and Folic Acid
  • Advanced Cardiac Assessment
  • Inflammation and Heart Disease Risk Assessment
  • Pre-diabetes/metabolic assessment
  • Genetic testing for gene mutations that are associated with clotting and heart disease
  • Digestion analysis

With these types of preventive tests, you are no longer getting to the point of being sick, you are able to create a wellness plan before a disease has the opportunity to begin taking over your life. Working with our doctors and medical practitioners to help you continue to meet your health goals and keep you feeling your best.

Most insurance companies provide one routine physical that is covered at 100% every year. Are you taking advantage of this?

To find out about your insurance coverage, what is included in our routine physical or any other inquiries please contact the clinic nearest you Fort Worth 817-632-5400, Dallas 214-217-8633 or Keller 817-345-0303.