Don’t rely on fad diets: find the weight-loss plan perfect for your unique needs.
Most people gain a few pounds as they go through life, but adding too much weight brings serious risks, including heart disease, stroke and cancer.
So, people fight the bulge: Fad diets. Exercise plans that start, but don’t finish. Frustration. And pounds that just don’t go away.
Sure, the South Beach Diet, the Stillman Diet, and the Zone Diet all have fans. And, they can work.
Many people, however, need additional help putting together the best eating plan, the right exercise, and even maintaining motivation.
For them, a doctor-supervised weight-loss plan might offer the best option.
With diet doc supervised weight loss, our medical professionals creates a plan specific to your needs. No two patients are exactly the same, and neither are our plans.
However, supervised plans draw on the latest, medically sound diet research. Nutrition, exercise and emotional support all play a role. And because they are supervised by our doctors, these plans can offer dietary supplements and hormone therapies that can ramp up weight loss.
In fact, some patients can lose as much as 20 pounds in the initial month of treatment, rapid loss usually only considered safe with diet doc medical supervision.
Because the plans are targeted, doctors can create the right strategy to combat specific diseases. Someone with diabetes, for example, might have a different strategy than someone coping with hypertension.
And because the diet doc plans are so detailed, designed to balance with each patient’s natural dietary needs, treatment can often allow a man or a woman to lose weight without feeling hungry.
There are plenty of non-supervised options, but take a close look.
The zone diet is one example. It asks each dieter to manage the perfect diet: 40 percent of protein, 30 percent carbohydrates, and 30 percent fat.
Planning a meal? With the zone diet, you must consider not only the proportions, but also how each food item fits into the ratio.
Some people, including many athletes, praise the diet. Others, though, find it hard to sustain.
Similarly, the Stillman Diet and the South Beach Diet both take their own spins on creating healthy, weight-loss inducing eating plans.
And, they can work. But, will they work for you? That’s the key question, and the stakes are high, considering the health risks associated with carrying extra weight.
Not all diet need to be complicated, however.
For an average woman, a diet with no more than 1,500 calories daily can promote weight loss. For men, the number goes up to about 1,800 calories per day.
Foods with high quality nutrition are essential: lean meat, plenty of vegetables, whole grains, nuts, and healthy oils.
But, often people struggle with transitioning to better dietary and exercise habits and need a doctor supervised plan to stay on track.
If you fear your weight is creating health problems, consult with a Diet Doc medical expert at no obligation. Diet Doc can help find the solution that works for you.
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