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Diet Doc Hormone Diets & Weight Loss Plans Introduces New Diet Plans for Parents, Introducing Weight Loss to Parents to Help their Children Avoid Breast Cancer
Date:12/3/2013

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) December 03, 2013

It is no secret that being overweight or obese can be the culprit for a host of diseases and medical conditions, including heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure and diabetes. New research, performed by Michigan State University, now claims that high fat diets during adolescence are linked to a higher probability of contracting breast cancer early in life. Thus, avoiding a high fat diet during childhood, and making healthier food choices may reduce the risk of breast cancer in young women. This research, reported by Medical News Today, suggests that young women that consume a diet high in saturated animal fats, not only have an increased risk of developing breast cancer, but that this diet actually accelerates the disease.

Diet Doc offers parents who may be struggling with weight gain themselves the opportunity to intervene now by learning proper nutrition for themselves, and thus providing the same for their children. Offering their children healthy, low fat, low sodium foods and snacks can have a significant impact on a child’s future health. Because children model the behavior and habits of their most important role models, their parents, it is important to set good examples now by following a healthy diet and losing excess weight.

With emphasis on constantly improving products and services, Diet Doc strives to use modern nutritional science to improve the original hormone diet plans by developing comprehensive plans that, not only help patients over initial weight loss hurdles, but teach them how to maintain a long term healthy weight and pass these healthy habits to their children. The prescription hormone diet plans offer patients a
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