Are you interested in losing weight in the New Year – but not sure exactly where to start?  Join us for a free educational seminar at our two convenient New York City-area locations and discover eating and exercise strategies that can positively impact your health and well-being:

March 20, 6 p.m.    2158 Ocean Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11229     (718) 382-9200

March 21, 6 p.m.    425 Northern Blvd., Great Neck, NY 11021     (516) 467-0253

Space is limited for both seminars.  Call to reserve your spot today!


According to Statistic Brain Research Institute, losing weight and incorporating healthier eating behaviors top the list of New Year’s resolutions, with approximately 21 percent of people opting for this positive lifestyle change.  But how many are successful in achieving their goals?  Less than 10 percent.

While this may not be surprising – after all, don’t we all have lofty ambitions at the beginning of the year that we find hard to maintain past February? – it doesn’t have to be the case.  Striving to eat more nutritionally balanced meals and to move more today than we did yesterday are admirable propositions.  And incorporating them into our daily routines, and making them as much a part of our days as showering and brushing our teeth, can result in less stress, greater confidence and self-esteem, more energy, and a happier, more balanced outlook on life.

Recognizing the all-too-frequent tendency toward recidivism, how can we keep our New Year’s resolutions to lose weight?  How can we keep on track … on point … and on target to reach our goals?

Dr. Sergey Kalitenko, a New York City-area holistic practitioner with offices in Long Island and Brooklyn, can help.  Not only can he recommend dietary improvements and ways to incorporate more physical and natural activities into your life, he also takes a personalized, alternative approach by looking at what got you where you are in the first place.

Using a functional perspective, he starts by looking at the root cause of your weight gain.  Are you getting older, which makes it easier to add excess pounds – and more difficult to shed them? At the same time, could you be losing muscle mass, which may make it more challenging to keep your metabolism motor humming?

And what about your hormones?  Could your estrogen, progesterone, testosterone and/or other hormones be out of balance, making it more difficult for your body to function optimally?  How about toxins?  Is there something foreign in your system that’s causing it to retain that excess weight?

During our free weight loss event, Dr. Kalitenko will explain how he can help you cleanse your system naturally, without resorting to fad diets or dangerous weight loss pills.  He can also provide helpful, insightful guidance on getting through menopause and andropause without the all-too-frequent weight gain.

He’ll also share some valuable insights about thoughtful, natural eating.  An advocate of a Paleolithic diet, Dr. Kalitenko believes in consuming a rich bounty of organic foods, including fresh fruits and vegetables, grass-fed beef, acorn-fed pork, milk-fed chicken and omega-3 rich fatty fish.  He’ll explain how making simple dietary changes can reap significant rewards.

If you’d like to refresh your New Year’s commitment to losing weight – and learn actionable strategies that can help you eat more nutritionally, exercise more frequently, and ensure that your body is in optimal health – RSVP for our free seminars today.  Our two offices in Brooklyn and Long Island make it convenient for anyone in the five boroughs to join us.

Learn how Dr. Kalitenko can design a customized weight management program that’s right for your body – and your life.


Speaker Information

Board certified in Internal Medicine, Sergey Kalitenko MD graduated from Donetsk Medical Institute in the Ukraine, later serving as an emergency care physician and head of the Hyperbaric Oxygen Department of the Donetsk Clinical Hospital.  After moving to the United States, Dr. Kalitenko finished his medical residency in Brooklyn, New York, was Board Certified in Internal Medicine, and became a staff physician at a teaching hospital to support both in-patient and out-patient care. In 2001, he decided he could better serve patients through his own practice, utilizing a functional and holistic approach to traditional medicine at his two convenient locations in Brooklyn and Long Island. By addressing the root causes of his patients’ unique concerns, he can then address them on an individual basis to promote a healthy lifestyle and overall wellness.