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Diet Doc Medical Weight Loss Plans Now Encourages Natural Weight Loss With Fruits and Vegetables that Help Patients Lose Weight Fast and Live Longer
Date:7/27/2013

Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) July 27, 2013

Making healthy changes in daily routines may not only allow Phoenix residents to lose weight fast, but a new article out of Reuters on July 11, 2013 now suggests that it may also lead to a longer life. In the study cited, performed by researchers with the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Reuters reports that people who never ate fruits and vegetables died an average of three years sooner than those who ate plenty of apples, carrots and tomatoes. Diet Doc understands that incorporating healthy foods into medically supervised diet plans can have many weight-related health benefits including leading patients to a slimmer, healthier figure and possibly adding years to their life.

Diet Doc’s four-stage medically supervised diet plans combine counseling and education on the importance of eating healthy foods with herbal supplements and diet pills that actively suppress the patient’s appetite while burning excess and embarrassing fat. An important strategy to lose weight fast is to significantly reduce the amount of calories patients are consuming, but Diet Doc understands that limiting caloric intake can be challenging. Therefore, the first stage of Diet Doc’s medically supervised diet plans offer patients a chance to load up on calories to provide energy for the patient as calorie intake as reduced. This “loading phase” of medically supervised diet plans will carry patients into phase two of their medically supervised natural weight loss programs when herbal supplements and diet pills will control the patient’s appetite so that they can reevaluate their eating habits and begin to incorporate low-fat, low-calorie foods. Over time, patients will find that eating more fruits and vegetables, along with lean meats, will leave them feeling full and satisfied and help them los
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