Anyone who has lost weight or taken a nutrition class at their local community college can claim to be a dietary expert and create a weight loss blog. Some are incredibly well educated with fancy professional letters after their names and they see a niche in the ever expanding demand for diet and weight loss. New fad diets come out every year. The cookie diet, the 17 days diet, the Special K diet are examples that are searched on Google hundreds of thousands of times per year. Other plans, like the Atkins diet or Weight Watchers, are more thought out and less whimsical than the obvious fad diets yet still lack critical components to be effective long term weight loss solutions.
Common sense is often overlooked when searching for the best diet and weight loss plan. Ask yourself, does it sound reasonable that eating cookies can help you lose weight or that you can eat as much of anything that you want and lose weight only of you sprinkle it first with white powder? For how long will eating cereal three times a day last before you become so bored that cardboard begins to look like a tasty option? Diet for 17 days…and then what, put it all back on in 10? The Atkins diet allows you to eat all the bacon and fried chicken you want. That doesn’t seem right.
Weight Watchers requires either that you have a degree in mathematics or that you carry around a points card with you everywhere you go. Foods dissolve away into numbers.
At its most basic level food provides fuel and substance to sustain life. For most of human history, eating has also been a sacred, social act. Besides sex, eating is the one behavior we are all genetically and physiologically compelled to do. Eating behavior itself is very complex, influenced by a variety of internal and external factors. It also tends to vary from one person to the next. Simple solutions for effective, long term weight loss do not exist.
Three questions you should always ask yourself prior to beginning a diet: Is it healthy? Is it sustainable? Is it customized for my needs? Permanent changes in behavior do not often take effect with the first attempt. If the diet passes on these three questions, finding one that offers close support and coaching to ensure long term health and wellness is highly recommended.
Diet Doc physicians are highly trained experts in this field. They have collectively seen thousands of successful cases, and will give you the proper advice and support as you transition into the person you want to be.
Diet Doc has modernized the old HCG Simeons Weight Loss Protocol. How you might ask? Dr. Simeon’s original HCG protocol used 1955 medical and nutritional standards. Medicine and nutrition have made hurdles in terms of what they know over the past 50 years!
Other physicians who offer HCG are doing the old Simeons protocol. The reason is there is no place to obtain modern day training in this one area. At Diet Doc, they actually train physicians on their hCG weight loss protocol across the USA.
The Diet Doc HCG Weight Loss program allows dieters to consume 1,000 calories per day. The benefits of the Diet Doc Weight Loss Program are feeling satisfied and full. People report that they are not hungry and are satisfied throughout the day.
We are able to provide patient care in 48 states. If you are looking for a weight loss program that really works…..call DietDoc today 888-934-4451 or visit us at http://www.hcgtreatments.com .