Dallas, TX (PRWEB) September 06, 2012
Diet Doc hGC Diet announces the results of a 32,000 survey of Diet Doc patients asking if they experienced any unpleasant side effects. The results are in, and dieters reported basically little to no hunger and an increase in energy without unpleasant side effects.
Dieting or finding a diet that can help people lose weight fast is a daunting task. People are bombarded with information on what is the best diet pill, or what is the best diet plan to use.
Diet Doc Weight Loss is a doctor designed and managed diet plan that helps people lose weight fast by personalizing a diet plan based on the health history, age and gender of each individual. The dieter also receives 5 unique consultations by clinical, weight loss staff who not only teach the person what to eat and how to do the personalized Diet Doc Diet Plan, but offers unlimited consultations with weight loss doctors, weight loss nurses and nutritional coaches as part of their offerings, without charging additional.
According to Consumer Reports, there are dangerous diet drugs that are causing serious health issues in people. Consumer Reports that Alli is under scrutiny as the weight loss pill was found to have adverse health effects on critical organ system.
Diet Doc weight loss program offers a safe and effective alternative to weight loss pill Alli that has been associated with 47 cases of acute pancreatitis and 73 cases of kidney stones according to FDA adverse reaction files.
The weight loss pill known as Alli is currently under fire for their growing list of possible dangerous side effects that include liver damage, pancreatitis and kidney stones. And those are the long-term effects of the drugs. Immediate side effects can include diarrhea, stool leakage, an inability to control bowels and vitamin loss. In fact, the side effects are so unpleasant that one would not want to go beyond the allotted 15 grams of fat per meal as stated on the Alli website. Consumer watchdog Public Citizen issued a petition to the FDA to ban the drug last April, the group’s second attempt in five years. Director of Public Citizen’s Research Group, Dr. Sidney Wolfe, says “these drugs (Alli and Xenical) have the potential to cause significant damage to multiple critical organs, yet they provide meager benefits in reducing weight loss in obese and overweight patients.” Alli works by blocking digestion of 25 percent of fat that is consumed at each meal. If one takes in too much fat, the side effects kick in.
In addition to the side effects that come with taking the weight loss pill, dieters that give it a try find that it doesn’t work. Most state that the older version of diet pill gave them some results but “after the shortage/recall none have worked like the old Alli,” wrote one review found on Alli’s forum. Other users were quick to respond, agreeing that the current version of Alli no longer works for them as well. It seems there are better alternatives to losing weight than having to experience the embarrassing and possibly dangerous side effects that this weight loss pill gives.
Diet Doc’s medically-supervised hCG weight loss diet is a safe, natural and effective diet program that is designed to give lasting results without the dependence of a pill. The program consists of 4 simple phases, each of which involve re-introducing essential food groups back into the diet combined with hCG treatments for phase two. Calories are restricted with a long and flexible list of diet foods. “Our program provides a natural solution for fast weight loss so there are no potential or serious side-effects. Our patients generally finish their program at their desired weight with a renewed outlook on life,” says Julie Wright, Founder and CEO for Diet Doc.
Diet Doc’s weight loss diet program also gives their patients the proper and almost vital support that every dieter needs to achieve their goal. “We give each of our patients the right guidance and also hold them accountable for their actions (diet). We do this through our two-way open communication system,” says Wright. After receiving a complete health evaluation by a doctor and a customized diet plan created by a nutritionist, patients are paired with a weight loss coach to guide them through their program. Diet Doc also makes their doctors and nutritionists available to patients should they have any questions or concerns. “We hope to not have any recurring patients, although it would be nice for business. Our goal is to send people on the right track to good health,” Wright says. Most will agree that the key to a healthy, consistent weight is to make lifestyle changes and Diet Doc’s program does just that.