Qvita Health and Wellness Medical Weight Loss Program

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For decades, Americans have fought a losing battle with obesity. Between 1960 and 2010, the prevalence of adult obesity in the United States nearly tripled, to 36 percent from 13 percent, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Americans do recognize the problem. According to 2018 data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, just under half of adults in the United States (49.1 percent) tried to lose weight in the prior 12 months. Nevertheless, according to CDC data, the obesity rate that year rose to a record 42.4 percent.

Traditional weight loss medications are stimulants with a long list of potential side effects, such as hypertension, fast heart rate, abuse potential, cardiac ischemia, tremors, sexual dysfunction, palpitations and much more. To make things worse, people often gain even more weight back once they stop the medication.


Our medical weight loss program is designed to help people lose weight, feel more energic and improve overall health. Medical weight loss is not surgery. It is weight management based on medical scientific evidence that targets the root causes of obesity and weight gain. Trained medical providers provide the treatment and guidance necessary to help you achieve weight loss and maintain it for life.

We provide a combination of new revolutionary prescription medication, Semaglutide with certified vitamins to assure the preservation of your good health while you achieve your weight loss. During your time in the program, your medical provider and our clinic staff will educate and guide you every step of the way. We provide a scientifically proven diet plan and recipes to help you achieve your weight loss and long-term goals of a healthy life.

Our medical weight loss program is designed to help any individual with his or her specific weight loss goals, whether to lose 100 pounds or those last stubborn ten pounds. It is especially beneficial for those who have a body mass index (BMI) of 30 or higher because it can reduce the risk of other serious medical conditions.



Historically insurance has not been kind to those suffering from obesity. Despite it being considered a disease and leading to extensive health problems, insurance has not supported coverage of weight loss medications overall. This has compounded healthcare costs from the diseases arising from obesity. We have worked diligently to provide Semaglutide into our weight loss program at 75% less than the pharmacies.



Lose weight* quickly and easily with Qvita Health and Wellness Medical Weight Loss Program. Our diet plan and expert medical staff will help you maintain your healthy weight loss goal. The goal is to get it off and keep it off!

Our medically supervised weight loss program may relieve many symptoms associated with obesity.

*Disclaimer: Results are typical but not guaranteed. Your actual results may vary.

Call our office at 813-501-4130 to schedule your consultation.

Peggy Demetriou, FNP, APRN-BC Founder and CEO of Qvita Health and Wellness.

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