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Diet Doc HCG Weight Loss Program Announce a Unique HCG Phase 2 Maintenance Program and Difference Between Homeopathic HCG Drops

February 11, 2011

Dr. Shelton, medical director for the Diet Doc HCG Weight Loss Programs helps those to understand the difference between the genuine doctor supervised Diet Doc HCG Weight Loss Program, including the hcg phase 2 maintenance program and those that are unsafe!

Puyallup, WA (PRWEB) February 10, 2011

Diet Doc HCG (Phase 2) Weight Maintenance

Dr. Shelton, medical director for Diet Doc HCG Weight Loss Program reports that most hcg diet and weight loss programs are inherently unsafe due to restricting daily calorie intake to only 500 calories per day. Furthermore, such extreme restriction in calorie intake often results in significant weight gain once the diet is discontinued. We have found by completing the hcg phase 2 diet that the weight loss will do best and stay off when following the hcg diet plan from start to finish according to Dr. Shelton. The Diet Doc HCG Weight Loss Doctors report that they have created a unique hcg phase 2 maintenance protocol to help people succeed longterm with their weight loss.

Diet Doc Weight Loss reports that many online sites make unqualified and unsubstantiated claims on the effectiveness of the hcg weight loss protocol. They claim that patients are losing 2 pounds of fat per day, or that hcg is a permanent cure for obesity. Neither of these outrageous claims is true and in most states in this country making fraudulent medical claims is not only unethical, but illegal.

Diet Doc HCG Weight Loss explains that it is not true that all hcg diets are created equally. Homeopathic hcg drops are definitely not the same as prescription hcg. Hcg drops in liquid form are never prescription strength and very different than the Diet Doc HCG Weight Loss Protocol. Furthermore, the majority of hcg sold online directly to the public is either not true prescription strength or it is being obtained and sold illegally. The FDA states that buying prescription drugs online is illegal. Prescription hcg is a medication and as such should always be prescribed by a qualified medical professional states Dr. Shelton.

One of the important ways the Diet Doc HCG Weight Loss Program stands out from other diets and weight loss programs is how it emphasizes and focuses on weight maintenance or commonly known as the hcg phase 2. The second hcg phase is an important steps to take for your health once your weight loss goals have been achieved.

Diet Doc HCG Weight Loss Programs report to have treated thousands of people who choose their weight loss protocol as it’s the modern day version of the original Dr. Simeons hcg protocol. With dozens of locations nationwide and a team of physicians who provide Skype doctor visits (in states that allow), they are able to modernize the old hcg protocol to one that does not restrict caloric intake to 500 calories, but ranges from 850 to 1000. They also found that sudden stop of their Diet Doc HCG Weight Loss Program is not advised, but rather, taper off for 2 weeks while adding back foods that were restricted (but still healthy) on the diet while weighing daily. The Diet Doc HCG Weight Loss Doctors knowledge about the hcg phase 2 maintenance protocol is a strong maintenance program to help you succeed longterm.

We have found by completing the hcg phase 2 diet that the weight loss will do best and stay off when following the hcg diet plan from start to finish according to Dr. Shelton.

Diet Doc HCG Weight Loss goes on to explain that much evidence now shows the health risks associated with weight cycling or yo-yo dieting. The goal of any diet or weight loss program should be to lose the weight and keep the weight off long term. A successful program is one that is sustainable and promotes health and wellness. Being able to fit into your tight jeans for a couple of weeks or having more energy for a month is not sufficient. Looking great two years from now and living 5-10 years longer is want we all really want.

*These weight reduction treatments include oral hCG or an injection of hCG”“a drug, which has not been approved by the food and drug administration as safe and effective in the treatment of obesity or weight control. There is no substantial evidence that hCG increases weight loss beyond that resulting from caloric restriction, that it causes a more attractive or “normal” distribution of fat, or that it decreases the hunger and discomfort associated with calorie-restrictive diets. Results may vary and cannot be guaranteed. Medical supervision and compliance with our program is required.

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