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Diet Doc's Medically Supervised Diet Plans Are a Safe Alternative to Costly and Potentially Dangerous Weight Loss Surgery

20:00 EDT 4 Jun 2015 | Globe Newswire

LOS ANGELES, June 5, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Being overweight has become an epidemic in America, with more than one-third of adults tipping the scales toward obesity. Diabetes, heart disease, stroke, as well as some types of cancer, account for a number of the leading causes of death that could be preventable if Americans would only take the steps to make simple lifestyle changes necessary to lose weight.

The estimated annual medical cost of weight related conditions in the US is approaching $200 billion. Failed diet plans are common and consistent physical activity is a challenge for many. And, while many people throughout the country continue to spend exorbitant amounts of money on fad diets, weight loss gimmicks and gadgets, miracle weight loss cures and, even, weight loss surgery, others simply turn to Diet Doc, the nation's leader in medically supervised, safe, comfortable and fast weight loss.

The two most frequently performed weight loss surgeries are gastric bypass and gastric banding. While there has been a moderate level of success with these procedures, like any surgery, they are accompanied by a significant potential for side effects and complications. Aside from typical weight loss surgery side effects of nausea and vomiting, patients must be willing to commit to frequent doctor visits and revisional follow-up procedures that are often necessary, as well as slow weight loss results.

While complicated surgical procedures are likely to become more successful with time and improved techniques, there is simply no escaping the fact that dietary changes and effective diet plans are essential to lose weight and keep it off long term. Studies have clearly shown that medically supervised diet plans and weight loss strategies developed and monitored by specialists are far more effective than dieting alone.

Patients throughout the country, who are desperate to lose excess fat, have avoided weight loss surgery by turning to the experts at Diet Doc. While the company is committed to guiding patients over initial weight loss hurdles, to teach them how to choose healthier foods, to design meal plans that leave them feeling full and satisfied, coupled with their pure, prescription diet products that eliminate hunger, cravings and fatigue while attacking and flushing stored fat from the system, to allow patients unlimited access to their specially trained staff and to monitor their progress throughout, they cannot promise overnight weight loss miracles, because losing weight requires dedication, commitment and desire. Diet Doc can simply make the journey safer, faster and more comfortable.

Call today for a confidential, no-cost consultation.

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