Diet Doc hCG Diet and Weight Loss Creates New Weight Maintenance after Completion of HCG Diet
Diet Doc hCG Diet announces their new weight maintenance program after completion of the hCG diet. The maintenance program is explained as it’s part of a 3-part hCG diet protocol.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) September 19, 2011
Diet Doc hCG Diet and Weight Loss announces a new weight maintenance hcg phase 3 diet. Each is as important as the other explains, Julie Wright, president of Diet Doc.
Diet Doc Phase 1: Dieters consume high fat, high calorie food to set their body up for success during the low calorie hcg diet program of phase 2.
Diet Doc Phase 2: Dieters go on a low calorie diet averaging 700 to 1000 calories per day on the hcg diet program. The Diet Doctor personalizes the hCG diet for each person and then rolls 4 diet plans into one master diet specific for each person. Diet Doc dieters report losing an average of 1 pound per day.
Phase 3: Weight maintenance program after the hCG Diet program. Diet Doc hCG Diet announces it’s proprietary Maintenance program that will help keep the weight off long term reports Wright.
Diet Doc Ph 3 Maintenance is when foods are brought back into the diet that were not allowed during the low calorie weight loss phase. Any spike in weight should be a red flag that those foods could result in weight gain. The dieter is then encouraged to reframe or limit these foods reports Wright.
Diet Doc hCG Diet often discovers the reason people failed on past diets. Extreme sensitivity to sugar is the primary cause states Ms. Wright. For those individuals, it’s often a case of their blood sugars being high from a weight loss perspective, reports Dr. Rao, Diet Doc medical director. This is a huge problem for many people. Once we eliminate the sugar, even fruit and tomatoes, the weight comes off at a rapid, safe rate, up to 1 pound per day reports Dr. Rao.
Weight loss is actually a complex medical condition which requires a doctors supervision who understands the mechanisms for weight loss reports Dr. Rao.
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