Event: from the Latin ‘ex-venire’ denoting ‘to come out of’ or an outcome. My ideal outcome for all my events is enlightenment–in knowledge, culture and spirit. Please join me in creating this experience.

Vitality Society Presentation

  • Sunday Jan 7th, 2024; 7:30-8:30 pm EST; Online Event
  • Embark on a transformative journey with renowned medical expert Dr. Loh, board-certified in internal medicine and obesity medicine, as she leads an empowering program dedicated to helping you achieve your healthiest year yet by unraveling the secrets of healthspan, providing practical tips for healthy aging, and addressing specific health needs for those aged 60 and better in this unique series covering topics from reasonable expectations to biomarkers for a vibrant, quality-filled life.
  • Learn more and RSVP at Any questions about registration, contact [email protected]

Zoom Workshop: Quit Quitting and Get Your Best Body Forever

Jan 12th 2024@ 5:30 pm EST

The 2nd Friday in January is National Quitter’s Day, when most people quit their New Year’s resolutions. Join Dr. Vyvyane Loh in this Zoom Workshop to learn how to finally attain your health goals in 2024–even if you’ve quit your NY’s resolution!

Intentional You Event

Saturday, Jan 28th 1:30-3:30pm, 400 Harvard Street in Cambridge MA

Speakers: Teresa Alleyne and Vyvyane Loh, MD

A workshop to challenge you to Show Up for yourself in 2024. We’ll be working on work-life harmony, communication and confidence with Ms. Alleyne and how to improve your body composition for better health with Dr. Vyvyane Loh.

Registration details TBA. Save the date!

Obesity Medicine Association Conference 2024

April 24-28 in Denver, Colorado

Friday, April 26th 10:30-11:30am (MST)

Topic: The Fat-Muscle-Bone Axis in Metabolic Health


Rather than weight/BMI, body composition is a better way for individualized assessment of metabolic health in a patient. Fat, muscle and bone form a metabolic axis that involves endocrine, paracrine and autocrine functions, inter-tissue crosstalk and a practical way to follow the patient’s metabolic status over time. A patient’s weight may remain relatively stable over time even as the body composition changes. Thus if someone loses 5 lbs of muscle but gains 5 lbs of fat (a very common clinical scenario) they would remain weight neutral but be very different metabolically. Without considering this vital data we would not be able to treat and address the patient’s metabolic health in a meaningful and proactive way.

Institute for Personalized Therapeutic Nutrition Webinar

May 1st, 2024 @ 5:00pm PDT

Dr. Vyvyane Loh will speak on “Deprescribing When Common Chronic Diseases are Put Into Remission”