Dr. Bridget Chufo's 1-800-900-THIN
  Weight Loss & Wellness Center 724-719-2581
Dr. Bridget Chufo  is a nationally renowned expert in the field of weight loss and obesity.  She is a registered nurse with a Ph.D. from the prestigious New York University who has studied this field since 1980.   She has been interviewed by most all national television and radio shows in the country.  Working with thousands of patients who are debilitated from being overweight and obese, she has instituted strategies and techniques unique to helping them stick to a healthier way of living.  She believes that most anything can be accomplished with hard work, persistence, prayer, and a great positive attitude.  She believes that challenges come with life, but they can be overcome.
The reasons behind Dr. Chufo’s successes are clear.  She has a strong drive and true passion for whatever she does and passes this on to her patients.  She is full of energy and has a great sense of enthusiasm, even in the face of despair and hopelessness, which is simply a miserable part of life that most of us must go through at some point in our lives.  Dr. Chufo has a tremendous amount of compassion and sincerity and calls a spade a spade.   She does not dance around issues, but is gentle and kind in the way she does this.  She has a talent for helping people feel special and helps them to see the good in themselves.  She believes in being responsible and accountable for the choices one makes in life and not in blaming others or situations.  She, herself, has been through much adversity and many challenges in her personal and business life, but continues to put one foot in front of the other and keeps on moving.
Dr. Chufo shares her knowledge and experiences with others in both large and small groups.  Anyone who wants to change their lives and make them better in all ways is her goal in life.   She helps people weather the storms that life presents and helps them to find the rainbows in their lives.  She is consistently contacted as an expert in the areas of weight loss and obesity, but these areas continue to lead to changes in one’s whole being, meaning the body, as well as the mind, heart, and soul.  She shares wonderful and miraculous stories that others have experienced with these changes.
Dr. Chufo’s Professional Achievements have included the following:
  • Member of the International Women’s President Organization
  • 2006 Pittsburgh Business Ethics Award in Small Company Category for Outstanding Achievement in the advancement of ethics within the business community
  • 2002 Finalist Western Pennsylvania Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year
  • 2009 Women in Business Award of the Pittsburgh Business Times
  • The second runner-up in Pennsylvania 50-50 Quest for American’s Best by QVC
  • 2006 Winner of Small Company Category of the SFSP
  • Hosted a weekly cable news show on health, nutrition, and weight loss in Pittsburgh
  • Featured weekly during 2006 on “The Tammy Bruce Show”, a syndicated radio show on 156 stations nationwide
  • Selected Woman of the Year, 2005, by The Biological Institute and its Board of International Research
  • Participated and led group session focused on health, wellness and weight loss at Duke University, Raleigh, N.C.
  • Guest on the Fox News televisions new show, “The O’Reilly Factor”, debating the pros and cons of vegetarianism and children
  • One of Pennsylvania’s Best 50 Women in Business, 2002
  • An Honored Professional from 1997-1998 in the National Directory of Who’s Who in Executives and Professionals
  • Received the Who’s Who in American Nursing Award from the Society of Nursing Professional in both 1994 and 1996
  • A Lifetime Professional Member of the American Association of Nutritional Consultants
  • Listed in the Top 2,000 Notable American Women in the American Biological Institute
Dr. Chufo gives back to the community by being of having been actively involved in:
  • The DePaul School for Hearing and Speech (her son is deaf)
  • The Hearing Center of Children’s Hospital
  • The American Liver Foundation (she has a type of liver disorder)
  • La Roche College, Board of Regents