BeBalanced Natural Weight Loss Centers, headquartered in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, recently celebrated the opening of its first Rochester franchise location at 2170 W. Ridge Road.
Who does BeBalanced help?
BeBalanced helps women facing hormone imbalances through natural hormone balancing, which allows better sleep, improved mood, weight loss, and assistance with premenstrual syndrome and menopausal symptoms.
“I’m a breast cancer survivor and, as a result, my hormones were very out of balance, causing horrible symptoms related to weight gain, mood swings, hot flashes and more,” said Paulette Petix, co-owner of the Rochester franchise. “When I discovered BeBalanced and tried the program, I couldn’t believe how much better my body felt. When my friend, who also tried BeBalanced, and I saw the opportunity to open our own center in Rochester, we knew this was going to be our way to help other women like me feel their best. I look forward to meeting women throughout the community and helping them feel and look amazing.”
Petix, along with Michael Quataert, opened the first Rochester BeBalanced franchise.
How is BeBalanced Natural Weight Loss Centers different?
At BeBalanced, women are educated on how daily stressors build up and often come from unexpected sources. The company’s approach utilizes natural hormone balancing, an alternative, non-medical approach to balancing sex and stress hormones while giving the body the building blocks to create necessary hormones naturally and risk-free.
BeBalanced founder Dawn Cutillo, author of The Hormone “Shift”, has more than 28 years of experience working with women, helping them to become the best versions of themselves by naturally balancing three core hormones: progesterone, estrogen and cortisol. The Becoming Balanced program gives women the tools to lose stubborn fat quickly, while simultaneously resolving other hormone-related symptoms with mood, sleep and energy.
The BeBalanced Rochester center is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Call (585) 206-7000 or click here for information.
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