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About Positive Choice Integrative Wellness Center

The Positive Choice Integrative Wellness Center at Kaiser Permanente San Diego strives to not merely treat symptoms or illness, but to evaluate a persons entire lifestyle and then create a lifestyle plan for balance and overall wellness. We use traditional Western medicine therapies where needed and then incorporate proven alternative medicine therapies to enhance recovery from illness and maximize wellness.

We offer a variety of programs to help you achieve your ultimate well-being. Our services include medical weight management programs, nutrition counseling, fitness testing, personal training, exercise classes, free wellness seminars, biofeedback, cooking classes, Integrative Physician appointments, and stress management. Except for the services listed under Health Education for KP Members all our programs are open and available to the entire San Diego community. You do not need to be a member of Kaiser Permanente to participate. View individual sections for more information and fees.

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Lost Over 100 lbs., Size 24 to 6, Esther Shares Her Story of a Plant-Based Diet

Come listen to Esther Loveridge’s inspiring story of losing over 100 pounds in less than 2 years on a whole food, plant-based diet.

In pain and diagnosed with bone on bone in her knees, Esther was overwhelmed when her physician said she had to lose 70 pounds to have knee surgery. She wasn’t sure she could accomplish it, but then a friend gave her a book that changed her life. Come hear how Esther lost the weight, went from size 24 to a size 6, avoided knee surgery and healed her thyroid eating so many of the foods, that we are often told will cause weight gain.

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Hot Dogs as Bad for You as Cigarettes?

After a review of more than 800 studies, The International Agency of Cancer Research concluded processed meat is a “definite cause” of colorectal cancer — making processed meats equal in risk for colorectal cancer as tobacco is a risk for lung cancer.

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