Whether dieters are interested in losing only a few pounds, or want more extreme weight loss results like newly skinny celebrities, Diet Doc programs are able to help their clients reach their weight goals.
San Diego, USA – December 10, 2013 /MarketersMedia/ —
Diet Doc understands that not all dieters are in search of the same results, and that some may only want to lose a few pounds while other dieters are looking for more extreme weight loss results like a newly skinny celebrity has achieved for a recent role. In order to address the desires and goals of each individual patient, Diet Doc creates personalized extreme weight loss plans around each client’s age, gender, health history, lifestyle and food preferences. And, while this newly skinny celebrity lost weight to resemble a character he was portraying, most Diet Doc patients are interested in losing weight in order to improve their health and overall weight-related quality of life, as well as increase lifespan and reduce doctor visits. With Diet Doc’s extreme weight loss programs, thousands of patients have successfully lost the weight they want, with some losing up to almost a pound of excess, and potentially dangerous, fat per day.
Similar to newly skinny celebrities, each patient will have unlimited access to a team of weight management experts there to provide assistance and guidance during their extreme weight loss journey. Once dieters decide to begin losing weight with Diet Doc’s prescription hCG diet plans, they will complete a confidential, online health questionnaire and immediately consult with a Diet Doc physician, easily over the telephone or via Skype. Unlike other prescription hCG diet programs offered around the country, each Diet Doc physician has been specially trained in the most effective methods for extreme weight loss as well as in the many underlying causes of weight gain. This initial consultation is designed to discuss and uncover the patient’s individual cause of gaining weight and create a plan to address and treat those issues throughout the course of their prescription hCG diet plan.
Part of each patient’s program will include fat burning supplements or treatments and appetite controlling diet pills that celebrities may, or may not, include in their diet. Diet Doc understands that being able to reduce the number of calories consumed during the day can be challenging for some dieters and includes these diet pills to eliminate any cravings or discomfort patients may experience when doing so. Being able to step back and reevaluate unhealthy eating habits, and begin introducing more healthy food options into the dieter’s daily routine, will also help to reduce any discomfort patients could experience during an extreme weight loss diet program.
Diet Doc also understands that knowing which foods are healthy, low in fat and calories and encourage fat burn is a difficult feat without having health or nutrition training and, like a newly skinny celebrity likely has, offers unlimited consultations with certified nutritionists. These extreme weight loss experts will spend time counseling patients on which foods are best for helping to reach their weight goals and which foods will actually contribute to weight gain. They will also help create a personalized meal and snack plan that burns fat while still leaving them feeling full and satisfied.
Achieving extreme weight loss results like those of skinny celebrities may seem impossible to some dieters; however, once clients begin their Diet Doc program and see fat quickly melting away, they will see how easily reaching their weight loss goals can be. The rapid weight loss produced when completing these prescription hCG diet plans have helped to make Diet Doc the nation’s leader in medically supervised weight management programs.
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