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The hCG Diet Plan from Diet Doc Weight Loss Announces Revised, New Diet that Delivers Rapid and Effective Weight Loss

September 10, 2012

Diet Doc announces a new doctor designed version of the 50-year-old hCG diet that was originally developed by renowned endocrinologist, Dr. Simeons in the 1950′s is offered by Diet Doc Weight Loss at the lowest possible prices. This medically supervised is also personalized for each patient after reviewing their state of health.

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) September 10, 2012

The hCG Diet Plan from Diet Doc Weight Loss announces a revised, new diet that delivers rapid and effective weight loss.

Diet Doc announces a new doctor designed version of the 50-year-old hCG diet that was originally developed by renowned endocrinologist, Dr. Simeons in the 1950′s is offered by Diet Doc Weight Loss at the lowest possible prices. This medically supervised is also personalized for each patient after reviewing their state of health.

The hCG diet from Diet Doc Weight Loss that is the only medically supervised physician designed and managed diet helps dieters shed as much as 30 pounds a month without experiencing fatigue or hunger pangs. This modern day version of the 50-year-old hCG diet that was originally developed by renowned endocrinologist, Dr. Simeons in the 1950′s is a low calorie diet and includes the administration of prescription hCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) through injections, sublingual tablets and drops, etc. The original hCG diet created by Dr. Simeon´s permitted only 500 calories a day and it was a pretty restrictive diet that allowed dieters a choice of limited food groups.

The combination of this low calorie diet and small regular doses of the hormone hCG that is produced only by pregnant women was responsible for the abnormal fat release by the body per clinical studies conducted by Dr. Simeons. Patients experienced a boost in their energy levels and reported no hunger and the results of this study were published by the acclaimed doctor in his book Pounds and Inches. Diet Doc Weight Loss uses the same underlying principles of the original hCG diet, but one of the main differences is that they have done away with the drastically low calorie intake that the original diet allowed. In fact, the new modified diet plan allows almost double the calorie count along with a wide array of different foods to choose from. This has been done to ensure that people stick with the hCG diet instead of hitting a roadblock and the best part is that patients can always talk to their assigned weight loss coach about any problems they are facing.

The entire plan has been modified to make it effective, safe, and most importantly, manageable. The hCG diet protocol from Diet Doc Weight Loss begins with a careful health evaluation of the patient by one of the doctors and a prescription along with a customized diet plan is created by a certified nutritionist after reviewing the patient´s state of health. This flexible diet coupled with support and encouragement offered by the team of doctors, physicians, nurses, nutritionists, and weight loss coaches helps people shed those excess pounds with focus and determination. Dr. Rao, the Medical Director of Diet Doc Weight Loss says, “We understand the frustration and confusion that patients go through when they are on a diet. Changing one´s eating habits and altering their lifestyle drastically is bound to have its own physical and emotional effects and that is why the entire program was designed to be foolproof by ensuring that each and every patient always has a strong, objective, and solid support system in place.”

The hCG diet is an affordable weight loss program from Diet Doc Weight Loss that is also geared towards helping people improve their health while keeping the excess weight away permanently. This enables people to live a healthy life as the program holds a lot of promise when it comes to preventing a number of health problems associated with obesity and weight gain.

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