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Diet Doc Hormone Diets & Weight Loss Plans Announces New Diet Plans for Women, Helping Women Increase Confidence & Have More Rewarding Intimate Relationships
Date:11/13/2013

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) November 13, 2013

Countless factors can influence a woman’s weight, including childbirth, hormones, age, and genetics. Aside from compromising overall physical health, obesity and being overweight can also affect a woman’s sexual health and libido. A study, conducted by researchers from the University of Pennsylvania was recently reported on by Medical News Daily, and explored women’s sexual functioning, sex hormone levels, body image and depressive symptoms after undergoing weight loss surgery. The study shows “that women experienced significant improvements in health-related quality of life, as well as weight-related quality of life, body image, depressive symptoms and most domains of romantic relationship satisfaction.”

Although the study was focused on women who had undergone invasive weight loss surgery, any method of safely losing excess weight can produce the same positive outcome. Diet Doc’s prescription hormone diet plans for women allow everyone the opportunity to improve their overall general health and boost their self-confidence and increase their libido by losing unwanted and embarrassing excess weight naturally, safely and rapidly.

Subsequent to a simple, yet comprehensive, evaluation, Diet Doc’s certified nutritionists will work closely with each woman to create diet plans that are specific to their individual body size and shape, metabolism and nutritional needs, while being compatible with almost any medical condition and fitting neatly into each woman’s busy lifestyle.

Unfortunately, most women do not consume enough nutrient rich foods to keep the body operating at maximum capacity. Diet Doc’s tailor made prescription hormone diet p
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