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Diet Doc’s prescription hormone weight loss programs include extensive counseling on the best choices for healthy foods that will keep dieters feeling full and satisfied allow them to sustain their weight in the future.

San Diego, USA – December 6, 2013 /MarketersMedia/ —

Choosing the right healthy foods to eat for fast weight loss has been challenging for many dieters in America. To assist their clients in choosing healthy foods that not only help them to quickly reach their weight loss goals, but that also leave them feeling full and satisfied and allow them to maintain their weight in the future, each Diet Doc patient has unlimited access to certified nutritionists who will guide them through their life changing journey to better health and a slimmer figure. And, combining healthy foods with prescription hormone treatments provides Diet Doc patients with faster weight loss without any of the negative dieting side effects often experienced with other diet plans.

In a recent article published by Health.com, authors revealed the best healthy foods to eat to feel fuller for longer. Among the healthy foods included were beans, fruits and weight loss smoothies that contain dense proteins and other elements that provide dieters with energy but will not cause them to gain weight. The Diet Doc team of weight management experts includes certified nutritionists who are specially trained in choosing these, and other fat-burning and satiating foods, for successful weight loss. Each patient will have unlimited access, six days per week, to these nutritionists and will receive suggestions for recipes with healthy foods and recommendations for low fat, low calorie snacks to curb hunger and increase their energy levels throughout the day.

Because eliminating fatty, processed foods, foods that patients have become accustomed to, is difficult and can cause dieters to forgo their attempts at losing weight, Diet Doc combines their healthy meal plans with prescription hormone treatments that naturally suppress the appetite. Each treatment contains hormones naturally produced by women during pregnancy and, when used as a weight loss tool, target stored body fat, mobilize that fat and quickly flush it from the patient’s body. But, while patients are able to see fat quickly melting away, they will also experience a significant decrease in their appetite and cravings for unhealthy foods. Discovering the ability to take a step back and reevaluate their unhealthy eating habits helps patients to begin incorporating nutrient dense, healthy foods into their routine instead.

Diet Doc understands that today’s dieters are looking for rapid weight loss without the discomfort of other diet plans. Their prescription hormone diet programs stand apart from all others because their patients are able to easily modify their eating habits without intense cravings or uncontrollable hunger. And, including prescription hormone treatments into their healthy eating routine actually increases the speed that clients see fat being eliminated and provides them with much needed motivation to maintain their intentions to lose weight fast.

Dieters across the country who have chosen to change their lives with Diet Doc’s prescription hormone programs have been able to rapidly shed excess, embarrassing fat, with some losing up to almost a pound of fat per day. Thousands of patients have already taken advantage of these exclusive diet plans and, because of their fast, easy results, Diet Doc has become the nation’s leader in medically supervised weight control.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.hcgtreatments.com/lose-weight-fast-update/?rid=mm

Contact Info:
Name: Amanda Hughes
Email: Callcenter@dietdoc.info
Address: 10601 Tierrasanta Blvd, G371
Phone: 888-317-5545
Organization: Natural Health Research

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