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BodyChangers | Weight Loss Support Group

UPMC BodyChangers

Change Your Body. Change Your Life.

Each year, thousands of people achieve dramatic weight loss through a commitment to d​iet and exercise alone, or in combination with weight loss surgery.

But for those who have found weight loss too challenging, or keeping lost weight off even more of a struggle, UPMC BodyChangers offers a solution to achieve your weight loss goals.

Based at Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC and a joint venture of Life After Weight Loss and Bariatric Surgery, BodyChangers creates a supportive community of like-minded individuals who want to be happy, healthy, energetic, and fit by taking better care of themselves.

We are dedicated to setting you on the track toward wellness, helping you stay there, and providing you with opportunities to have fun on your journey to a healthier lifestyle.

Sign up for BodyChangers today!
Call 855-BODY-CHG (2639-244) or email for more information.

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