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Diet Doc Hormone Diets & Weight Loss Plans Allow Women to Easily Lose Weight Without the Risk of Giving Birth Prematurely Following Dangerous Weight Loss Surgery
Date:11/25/2013

Dallas, TX (PRWEB) November 25, 2013

While many dieters may be considering weight loss surgery as their solution to lose weight fast, a new study suggests that this form of weight control may actually interfere with their plans on giving birth. Because of this study, and other concerns over the safety of weight loss surgery, dieters are now seeking other, safer options to help them lose weight. Diet Doc's natural prescription hormone diet plans were created by professional weight management experts, highly trained in the most effect methods to lose weight quickly, in order to offer their clients a safer alternative to weight loss without interfering with plans for giving birth. Thousands of dieters across the United States, many of those dieters have already taken advantage of Diet Doc's prescription hormone diet plans and have begun successfully losing weight, some losing up to nearly a pound of excess weight per day.

As reported on by Medical News Today (4 October 2013), this new study, completed by researchers with the Karolinska Institutet in Sweden, found that women who will be giving birth, and who have undergone weight loss surgery, should be treated as high-risk pregnancies and should receive more attentive prenatal care. Their findings show that 9.7% of infants whose mothers were giving birth following weight loss surgery were born prematurely, compared with 6.1% in the control group. The Diet Doc team understands that being able to lose weight could drastically improve their clients' quality of life, but do not believe that patients should have to risk the safety of giving
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