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Progressive Medical Hour of Power is here to help start your wellness Revolution. On the Progressive Medical Hour of Power we cover traditional and natural health concepts to help you pursue a healthy lifestyle. This is Your Life, Live it Well!


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"Dr. Agolli has a tremendous educational background in non-invasive care. He attained a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine degree (NMD) from the United States School of Naturopathy and Allied Sciences in addition to receiving a Healthcare Management Certification from the University of Miami, a Masters degree in Herbology and a Bachelors degree in Healthcare administration. Dr. Agolli is also a Board Certified Naturopath by the American Naturopathic Medical Certification and Accreditation Board Inc. He personally opened the Progressive Medical Centers in Atlanta and will work with you in order to build a treatment plan that is suited to your specific needs. Specialties.

Dr. Gez Agolli has expertise in many areas including the following:

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Progressive Medical Hour of Power

Host: Dr. Gez Agolli



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11/26/12 - Maintaining Weight Loss Plans During the Holiday Seasons

6:00PM - 7:00PM


With the holidays moving into full swing, many of us are concerned that our bellies, like Santa’s, may shake “like a bowl full of jelly.” With holiday parties and gatherings of family and friends we desire to look our best, but the social tradition around copious amounts of food make it difficult even for the most disciplined of us. Don’t let concerns of weight wreck your holiday cheer.  Tonight’s show will focus on weight loss tips to keep you at your best during the holiday season and into the New Year. The average American will gain an extra 2 lbs during the holidays. While that may not sound like much, it quickly adds up to be detrimental to your health. A normal BMI or body weight is one of the things that are most preventative for conditions such as heart disease, diabetes and even cancer. Looking your best means feeling your best and engaging in the most proven part of prevention.