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Diet Doc Hormone Diets & Weight Loss Plans Announces New Diet Plans Helping Women Lose Excess Fat Prior to Pregnancy, Which Studies Show Leads to Fewer Complications
Date:11/30/2013

Austin, TX (PRWEB) November 30, 2013

During normal pregnancy, women may experience complications, ranging from anemia to urinary tract infections. A new study, conducted by researchers in the UK, Ireland and New Zealand and reported by Medical News Today, indicates that women who make simple lifestyle changes prior to becoming pregnant can increase the likelihood of having a normal and healthy pregnancy and newborn. The researchers suggest increasing fruit intake, losing excess weight and maintaining a healthy weight before and during pregnancy.

New mothers can benefit greatly from Diet Doc’s individualized diet plans, as well as women who want to lose extra weight before becoming pregnant to increase chances of a normal pregnancy. Diet Doc focuses on providing only the best diet products available on today’s market that produce the most rapid, safest and most effective weight loss results. Manufacturing their prescription products in their own fully licensed, U.S. based pharmacies, enables the company to assure that their prescription diet products contain only the best and most effective ingredients.

Diet Doc’s prescription hormone weight loss program has helped thousands of American women lose weight safely and successfully. Available to patients by prescription only, the company’s hormone is available in powerful and painless injectable solution, sublingual tablets and oral hormone drops. Injectable prescription hormone solution remains the most preferred method of delivery among patients due to its ability to promote more rapid weight loss while naturally suppressing the appetite and preventing muscle loss during dieting. When Diet Doc’s prescription hormone is combined with diet
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