MIAMI, FL–(Marketwired – July 19, 2016) – Diet Doc, a nationwide medical weight loss company, offers complete diet plans that include personalized service and attention. Their staff of doctors, nurses and nutritionists work closely with each patient to help them understand what happens to the body when it is indulged with processed and sugary foods. They teach their patients the difference between good and bad fat and how the body responds to these two fats.
While the human body needs fat for energy, overindulging causes excess calories and fat to be stored in adipose tissue throughout the body. If left unattended, these fat stores become comfortable in the cells of the belly, hips, thighs, underarms, back and buttocks. It dangerously accumulates around the heart and other vital internal organs, wreaking havoc on the body, both internally and externally. Fat that accumulates in these areas are typically created artificially through hydrogenation and are known as Trans Fats and Saturated Fats. These fats are dangerous and the most difficult to lose. In fact, a study performed by the Harvard School of Public Health, and published by The Family Health Guide, indicates that trans fats can harm health in even small amounts and that every 2% of trans fat calories consumed increases heart disease risk by 23%.
Polyunsaturated fats and Omega -3 are known as good fat and are primarily found n fish and plant sources. These fats promote healthy skin and tissue, nerve cell protection and help the body to more easily transport vitamins through the bloodstream. They play a key role in mood management, mental clarity and acuity, fatigue and weight control. They are protected with antioxidant vitamins for added heart protection and overall good health.
So, the problem for many becomes how to distinguish the difference between good and bad fats. This can be a challenge to those who are trying to become healthier by losing excess fat and believe that choosing food labels that advertise “No fat” or “Low fat” will work. And, because most people do not have a medical or nutritional background, they do not understand that the body does need a certain amount of fat to function optimally, however, most find it difficult to control the balance of good and bad fats in their menu options.
The staff at Diet Doc works closely and personally with each patient. They review and assess the entire system to identify sluggish organs, cellular toxicity and internal hormonal imbalances that may be hindering weight loss and causing excess weight gain. Their doctors and nutritionists address these issues when designing each diet plan. They tailor the meal and snack plans to be compatible with each patient’s age, gender, activity level, medical conditions and nutritional needs. They combine their pure prescription hormone diet treatments, diet pills and fat burners and blockers to help their patients lose weight quickly without harmful or annoying dieting side effects. In fact, more than 97% of their patients report losing 20 or more pounds per month. They report looking better and feeling better with increased energy levels within days.
Diet Doc has earned national recognition, trust and respect by treating each patient individually with diet plans and prescription diet products that work safely and quickly to melt dangerous and embarrassing excess fat. They create safe and effective diet plans for those who are struggling to lose that final 10-20 pounds to those who must lose 100 pounds or more. They have the ability to help those in any part of the country.
Call 800-581-5038 or visit https://www.dietdoc.com to complete an initial health questionnaire and schedule a personal, online, no-cost consultation.
About the Company:
Diet Doc Weight Loss is the nation’s leader in medical, weight loss offering a full line of prescription medication, doctor, nurse and nutritional coaching support. For over a decade, Diet Doc has produced a sophisticated, doctor designed weight loss program that addresses each individual specific health need to promote fast, safe and long term weight loss.