Users don't need to come into my office to be monitored but they should notify their medical doctor of this new lifestyle change.
New York, NY (PRWEB) February 3, 2008
It's finally available online -- Dr. Morrison's Urban Detox Diet™ (http://www.dailybenefit.com) launched in January in time for patients committed to weight loss and a healthy lifestyle for the New Year. Whether it's a workaholic executive or single mother who eats on the run, the site is designed to provide users with hectic schedules living in an urban environment easy access to the diet. The site includes a guideline on how to follow the detox diet, sample meal plans, a Q&A fact sheet, a list of permissible and avoidable foods, a monthly newsletter describing upcoming events and recommended DailyBenefit products.
"If a person is in good health they should have a high success rate following the diet," said Dr. Jeffrey Morrison, health specialist and creator of the Urban Detox Diet. "Users don't need to come into my office to be monitored but they should notify their medical doctor of this new lifestyle change."
How it Works
The meal plan allows the body to improve its ability to cleanse itself. "Whether you live in a big city or near the country the chances that you are eating, drinking and breathing in toxins on a daily basis is very high," said Morrison. The diet's effectiveness comes from the concept of eliminating unhealthy foods such as coffee, sugar, alcohol and bread and replacing them with lots of vegetables and non-allergenic protein sources.
How To Follow The Diet
For 30 days, users drink a detox shake consisting of Daily Detox Powder, Lecithin and Daily Fiber (available for purchase at http://www.dailybenefit.com) for breakfast and lunch. For dinner a sensible meal consisting of 4-6 ounces of protein and organic vegetables is recommended. Salads and vegetables can be eaten in between meals.
Does it Really Work?
Patients who tried the diet for 30 days said the health benefits were very beneficial. They reported feeling more energetic, had lower body mass and lost between five to 20 pounds. To increase results, Dr. Morrison also recommends regular exercise during the diet.
About Dr. Morrison
Dr. Jeffrey Morrison is the founder of The Morrison Center in Manhattan. He completed his undergraduate training at the University of Rochester and received his medical doctorate from Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia. He is trained and Board Certified in Family Practice and has completed additional training in Environmental Medicine. He is a member of the American Academy of Environmental Medicine (AAEM) as well as a lecturer and Board Member for the American College for the Advancement in Medicine (ACAM). Dr Morrison has made television appearances, written journal articles, chapters for textbooks, and has lectured throughout the country in the field of integrative and complementary medicine. He is medical doctor who champions a nutritional approach to health care as well as preventing and reversing degenerative diseases.