Dallas, TX (PRWEB) September 05, 2012
hCGTreatments / Diet Doc hCG Diet and Weight Loss Plans announce a doctor designed and managed rapid weight loss solution per an in-house study shows the weight was kept off long term, unlike diets without clinical evidence to support the weight loss, such as the Military Diet.
With the perpetual growth of the internet, dieting websites pop up every day, mast claiming unbelievable weight loss in an astonishing amount of time. Diet Doc warns however that if something sounds too god to be true, it most likely is.
In the internet age, fad diets gain traction very easily. The internet is filled with people looking for that illusive silver bullet of weight loss. One such fad diet is called the Military Diet. Purveyors of this diet tout 10 pounds lost in 3 days, with exercise and proper eating. This certainly falls under the heading "too good to be true", and hCGTreatments / Diet Doc Weight Loss Plans continues to warn dieters that when something is unproven, and sounds too good to be true, it most likely is.
Dieters on the Military or 3-Day Diet must follow a strict eating regimen, common among any other diet. It is considered best practice, in order to lose weight fast, to eat many small meals frequently. But how, with small meals and moderate exercise does the 3-day diet propose dieters lose 10 pounds in 3 days? Livestrong.com reports what any seasoned dieter already knows; "Although people may lose weight on the three-day diet, most of this weight loss is due to fluid loss associated with very low-calorie diets, as noted by Diet Fads. This means that although you may lose weight, you're not losing fat. Additionally, the weight typically comes back on after the dieter returns to regular eating."
hCGTreatments / Diet Doc Weight Loss reminds consumers that hCG is a proven and healthy weight loss medication that has over 50 years of documented results. Initially discovered by Dr. A.T.W. Simeons in the 1950's, hCG has been proven safe for nearly anyone, and has a longstanding track record of producing fast weight loss safely and effectively. Human chorionic gonadotropin, or hCG , is naturally produced in the placenta during pregnancy to help a woman’s body access her fat stores instead of her muscle to feed and regulate development of the embryo. It is also used to treat infertility in women and delayed puberty in boys. Due to its ability to help the human body access fat stores instead of muscle tissue in times of low calories, hCG is considered to be an extremely effective weight loss aid.
hCGTreatments / Diet Doc Weight Loss has vastly improved on the hCG diet and offer a range of products and services to compliment and facilitate the weight loss, making the hCG diet proven to be the fastest way to lose weight. While on hCG, dieters lose an average of one pound-per-day of stubborn body fat, safely and reliably, without tricking dieters by draining water weight like the 3-day diet does. Dr. Rao, Medical Director for Diet Doc adds, “We use a ketogenic diet that is considered to be a high-protein, low-carbohydrate diet, similar to what athletes use. We found this to be the healthiest and most effective diet to use for fast weight loss results."
As for military personnel that need to lose weight fast and safely, they too chose the hCG diet offered by Diet Doc Weight Loss, not the fad military diet. A Lieutenant Colonel came to Diet Doc facing possible honorable discharge from the military for his severe sleep apnea, believed to be caused by being overweight. This Lieutenant Colonel was able to shave 20 pounds with an aggressive, doctor-supervised diet plan, thereby saving his military career. Fad diets are named such for good reason; the most popular method is often fleeting, while proven methods like Dr. Simeon's hCG discovery and then Diet Doc Weight Loss Plans' modernization and improvement of the hCG diet stand the test of time. The truth is that 10 pounds in 3 days is not sustainable or healthy. The Cleveland Clinic perhaps says it best; "We all wish that weight loss and other health benefits could occur with simply making three days worth of dietary change. But severely restricting your calories, and including/excluding specific foods from the diet is not the way to long-term, sustained weight loss and health benefits."
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