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ThinU opens in Alpharetta

ThinU, founded by Barry Lucas is located at 4075 Old Milton Parkway
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ALPHARETTA, Ga. —A 2015 JAMA Internal Medicine online study indicates that many Americans struggle with obesity. As reported by the study, there has been a significant increase in obesity over the past 20 years.

ThinU President Barry Lucas believes that it is important to recognize the magnitude and severity of the problem and to be aware of how obesity damages health, and it is important that people that are struggling with weight be aware of the options and technologies that are available to help them achieve their weight loss goals.

ThinU intends to help people with their weight loss efforts by bringing technologies such as LED Lipolysis, 3D Body Scanning, Metabolic Testing and Vibration Therapy into the main stream and use them in conjunction with diet and nutritional support.

ThinU is open Monday through Friday from 10am to 8pm and Saturday from 9am to 7pm at 4075 Old Milton Parkway, Suite 4, Alpharetta and can be reached at 678-996-1313.

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