hCG Diet Doctors Formulate 3 Prescription Diet Pills Which Work to Cause Fast Weight Loss According to a Diet Doc Weight Loss Survey of 30,000 Patients
hCGTreatments hCG Diet Doctors formulate 3 prescription diet pills that help with rapid weight loss. Diet Doc hCG Diet compares Belviq diet pill, the new FDA diet pill, to the newly formulated hCGTreatments diet pills. According to TIME Magazine, after 1 year, Belviq only helped people lose 5% of body weight, or up to 12 pounds per year.
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) July 17, 2012
hCGTreatments hCG Diet Doctors formulate a prescription strength diet pill that is 100% all natural, yet according to a recent survey of 30,000 hCG Diet Doc patients, many times more effective than other diet pills used.
hCG Treatments Medical Director, Dr. Rao states, “The reason for its potency is this diet pill was created by our team of weight loss doctors, who are highly skilled at helping people achieve rapid weight loss safely and keep it off long term. The hCG Treatment diet doctors could not find a diet pill available, either over-the-counter or by prescription, that is useful for rapid, safe weight loss. So they formulated a diet pill specifically to eliminate hunger, increase energy and help people lose up to 30 pounds per month and keep it off.” In a recent survey of over 30,000 Diet Doc patients, they reported these diet pills as more effective in helping them lose weight faster than anything previous they had tried.
Now, what about the other diet pills on the market, you might ask? A review of Belviq or lorcaserin shows that people can only expect to lose 5% of body weight after1 year? hCG Treatments does not consider Belviq diet pill effective because of such little weight after 12 months of making lifestyle changes and while taking a costly, prescription drug.
Web MD states the drug’s manufacturer will be required to conduct six post-marketing studies, including a long-term trial to look for heart attack and stroke risks, the FDA announced today.
Diet Doc Weight Loss president Julie Wright states, “This is not a true weight loss medication as the end result of losing only a minimal amount of weight after one full year of taking an expensive medication with side effects is not ideal. This weight loss drug is not a solution to obesity.”
The FDA has approved a weight-loss medication for the first time in 13 years. The FDA has given the go-ahead to Arena Pharmaceutical, of Zofingen, Switzerland, to manufacture Belviq, a drug which, according to reports, helps people lose 5% of body weight after 12 months of lifestyle changes, while taking Belviq.
But honestly, if it’s almost possible to lose five percent of body weight just getting off the couch regularly and walking through the average house, just think of what walking three-to-four times a week, for 30 minutes at a time, would do for you.
But here’s the rub: Not only does the drug appear to only minimally affect obesity, it’s potentially harmful as well. It was rejected by the FDA in 2010 because officials were concerned about tumors that had developed in animals tested with the drug. However, somehow after the San Diego-based Big Pharma resubmitted its application with more information, the FDA suddenly found “little risk of tumors in humans using the drug,” the BBC reported. Now, the medication is expected to launch in 2013.
In stark contrast, Diet Doc provides an all natural, highly developed diet pill that has proven results with few side effects, as well as providing weight loss service to people nationwide, regardless of physical location with a unique business model that eliminates borders and provides unlimited (free) clinical care 6 days/week to dieters.
Diet Doc Weight Loss is a doctor-designed, physician managed, medical weight loss program incorporating the best elements of diets that work, including the Paleo, Mediterranean, low carbohydrate diet, and low glycemic diets. “The patient can expect to receive a personalized diet plan created by a skilled weight loss physician,” explains Wright. “Our customized diet plan considers each person’s age, gender, health history and lifestyle. By personalizing a diet plan, the dieter can expect to lose weight rapidly and safely, averaging 30 pounds per month,” reports Wright.
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