Weight Loss FAQs

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Meet your weight goals with the help a medically supervised plan

Tired of failing at losing weight? Diet Doc can help with medically supervised weight-loss plans.


Q: How much weight can I really lose with a Diet Doc plan?

A: Patients participating in our medically-supervised weight-loss programs can lose as much as 15 pounds to 20 pounds in the first month.


Q: I was just diagnosed with diabetes. Can Diet Doc help me lose weight to fight the disease?

A: Yes, Diet Doc’s medical weight loss can be designed for patients with specific diseases. Not only can we help with diabetes, but our plans also focus on weight loss for people with hypertension or cardiovascular disease.


Q: Will Diet Doc help me understand why I can’t lose weight?

A: Yes, we are trained medical professionals. We work with you to help you to not only lose weight but also to improve your overall health.


Q: Will I always be hungry while on the plan?

A: No. In fact, we think avoiding hunger is critical to your successful weight loss. Our team crafts diets and offers the best supplements to help you lose weight without being hungry.


Q: Can I still eat meat if I’m on a Diet Doc plan?

A: Protein is an essential part of a good nutrition plan. Our plans try to balance meals with the proper amount of fat, protein and carbohydrates to promote weight loss without leaving you hungry.


Q: I have heard of other diets, such as the Zone, the Stillman and the South Beach. Won’t they help me lose weight?

A: Many people do have success with diets combining sensible meals with exercise. And it’s great if one of these diets works for you. But, many diets are complicated and difficult to follow. So, many dieters have trouble keeping the pounds off long-term.


Q: I need to lose a lot of weight, fast. Why not just use gastric bypass surgery?

A: Gastric bypass surgeries change how the digestive system works, often restricting how much someone can eat, how many nutrients are absorbed, or both. Yes, these procedures can work for many people. However, these are invasive surgeries. Know the potential risks, and possible side effects. Consult with a physician to learn if a medically-supervised program might create the same results without the potential for risk.