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hCGTreatments / Diet Doc hCG Diets & Weight Loss Plans Announce New Programs to Reach Healthy Weight Loss Goals and Eliminate Years Lost from Overall Life Expectancy

Diet Doc created new hCG diets that now aim to increase the weight-related quality of life for their patients by helping them achieve their best weight loss goals, referring to a new study that tindicates that losing weight may also eliminate years lost from life expectancy.

 

Escondido, CA -- (ReleaseWire) -- 07/18/2013 -- With the current obesity statistics climbing, it is not surprising that the incidents of weight-related diseases are increasing as well, leaving many people searching for ways to achieve their best weight loss goals. The high mortality rates associated with being overweight or obese are generally caused by obesity-related diseases such as heart disease, hypertension, diabetes and strokes but until now, no studies have been performed that focus on the association of obesity-related diseases with mortality and life expectancy. However, just published in the June issue of the open access journal Plos One, researchers with the National University of Singapore explored the number of years lost from overall life expectancy as caused by obesity-related diseases. Reaching one’s best weight loss goals is the easiest way to decrease years lost from life expectancy and create a happier, healthier and more active lifestyle. Since creating their unique protocol for hCG diets, Diet Doc has helped thousands of patients successfully lose weight fast and maintain their weight over time, leading to a decrease in the years that they lose from their life expectancy. Now clients who do not have a weight loss clinic in San Francisco can call Diet Doc to receive a complimentary hCG diet evaluation.

The results of this new study confirm that being obese puts subjects at an increased risk for a lower life expectancy because of obesity-related diseases. Researchers included coronary heart disease, hypertension, diabetes and stroke as the obesity-related diseases used for their study and found that these diseases increased the chances of dying and decreased life expectancy by between 0.2 and 11.7 years depending on gender, race, body mass classification and age. Diet Doc’s hCG diet plans are committed to helping patients reduce the risk of mortality with their specially developed programs that combine education on healthy eating, nutritious meal plans and prescription diet pills that lead patients to their best weight loss.

Learning how to eat healthy but still feel full and satisfied is an important skill necessary for not only achieving best weight loss goals, but also for maintaining weight in the future and avoiding a return of weight successfully lost. Patients participating with hCG diets, even those in San Francisco, will work closely with certified nutritionists and Diet Doc physicians to develop healthy meal and snack plans around their age, gender, health history, lifestyle and food preferences. Determining which foods are low in calories, fats and sugars and beginning to incorporate those foods into patients’ hCG diets will help them lose weight fast while experience a boost in energy levels. Diet Doc’s nutritionists will also spend time educating the patient on the nutritional value of the foods used in hCG diets so that patients can carry that knowledge into the future in order to sustain their best weight loss.

Diet Doc’s hCG diets have been so successful in helping patients quickly lose weight that they have become the nation’s leader in medically supervised best weight loss programs. Clients not only in San Francisco, but nationwide will learn how to lose weight fast and safely with the ease of making a phone call. According to a recent in-house survey, an overwhelming majority of Diet Doc patients, 97%, reported losing weight rapidly without negative side effects or excessive hunger.

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