New York, NY (PRWEB) February 06, 2012
Diet Doc announces a new addition to their overall weight loss program incorporating portions of the Raw Food Diet into the Diet Doc Weight Loss Program.
According to Web MD, the Raw Food Diet primarily consists of eating food in its natural state, which allows for the most nutritional value and absorption. The Raw Food Diet is said to provide a healthier body along with providing weight loss claimed that dieters maintain long term. Dieters have reported elevated energy levels as well. Doctors at Diet Doc report that the Raw Food Diet consists of basic nutrition the body needs for weight loss and to fight disease.
Raw Food Diet enthusiasts spend a large portion of their time preparing food (peeling, chopping, etc.), as it consists of 75% fruit and vegetables. Raw Food Dieters use a food dehydrator rather than conventional ovens.
Medical studies show eating raw vegetables helps reduce the risk of oral, pharyngeal, laryngeal, esophageal, and gastric cancers. However, a recent German medical study on the Raw Food Diet showed that Raw Food Dieters tested low on their plasma lycopene levels, which are vital for disease prevention. Low bone mass in the lower (lumbar) spine and hip is another risk factor, except the weight loss experienced by the Raw Food Dieters helped to build “good bone quality” due to the weight loss reports Dr. Rao, medical director for Diet Doc.
Diet Doc HCG Diet and Weight Loss helps people lose weight and at the same time avoid certain diseases and health conditions associated with obesity.
Diet Doc provides medically, supervised patient care to people across the USA. They provide a collaborative approach to dieting, which is labor intensive, but effective reports Julie Wright. president of Diet Doc. We work with a team of physicians who are passionate about reducing obesity which is often the cause for many diseases and illnesses reports Wright.
It’s important to note, that although Raw Food Dieters are primarily considered vegetarians and/or vegans. As with any diet, it’s important that individuals consume a healthy amount of iron, zinc, calcium-rich foods, grains and legumes (especially, for B12 benefits) and nuts reports Wright.