Eu Yan Sang Integrative Health Pte Ltd

TCM Weight Management


TCM Weight Management uses TCM treatments and natural Chinese herbal medication to help you achieve your ideal weight under the guidance of a registered physician with the TCM Practitioners Board, a statutory board under the charge of Ministry of Health. The two main approaches include treatment via Acupuncture and Chinese herbal medication.

Acupuncture Slimming

The effects of acupuncture slimming are visible with minimal adverse outcomes. It helps to promote healthy digestion. It suppresses appetite, which reduces the amount of energy that we take in. At the same time, acupuncture has an effect on stimulating the metabolism. It assists to maximize the absorption of nutrients in our body, which are burned as fuel rather than stored as fat. The combined effect will result in healthy weight loss.

Chinese Herbal Medication

Based on the individual's unique condition and body constitution, our physician may prescribe customized Chinese herbal medication. This medication consists of several herbs combined together to enhance the herbs' effectiveness and minimizes possible side effects. Acupuncture slimming and Chinese herbal medication work in tandem to help individuals achieve the desired weight loss and prevent weight rebound.

At the same time, TCM weight management can also relieve other health problems caused by weight gain such as fatigue, heat intolerance, perspirations, heart palpitations, shortness of breath and constipation. It also helps to prevent the onset of hypertension, coronary heart disease, high cholesterol, bone and joint disease, severe metabolic disorders such as diabetes and metabolic syndrome.

In the process of TCM weight management, body functions are also regulated and returned to their balanced, healthy state. So a healthier weight not only means being in shape, it also means a healthier you!

To enquire on our TCM Weight Management services, please call 1800 2251887.


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