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Diet Doc Medical Weight Loss Diets Now Encourages Drinking Water Over Diet Soda to Lose Body Fat in Light of New Research

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) August 22, 2013

Whether diet soda is a good choice to lose body fat is a heavily debated issue across the United States. This week, the Coca Cola Company released a new series of ads endorsing the use of aspartame in their sweetened drinks with their written ads promoting diet soda to help people manage weight as part of their weight loss diets. With Coca Cola stressing the scientific evidence they claim supports the use of aspartame to control or lose body fat, many people are wondering whether including diet soda in their weight loss diet will actually help them lose body fat content. Considering the negative side effects of consuming diet soda, Diet Doc discourages its use as part of their weight loss diets and, instead, encourages their clients to consumer wholesome, low calorie foods and drinks to lose body fat. To help patients stick to their healthy meal and snack plans, Diet Doc offers natural supplements that control cravings to overindulge in sugary or fatty foods.

In response to this new line of advertising, author Malia Frey, who has been teaching and writing about weight loss, health, wellness, diet and exercise for over 20 years, published an article considering the benefits and health consequences associated with diet soda. Frey consulted the Department of Health and Human Services National Toxicology Program for information and found that, although studies have not been able to directly attribute health concerns to aspartame, some weight loss diet experts believe that artificial sweeteners can alter a subject's sense of taste and could actually increase cravings for sugary foods. Diet Doc’s weight loss diets understand the uphill battle that their clients struggle with to control cravings and create their body fat burning programs around healthy foods and supplements to eliminate the temptation to overeat.

In order to produce the best possible results, patients will work closely with Diet Doc’s certified nutritionists who are highly trained in the causes of weight gain and the most effective methods to lose body fat with weight loss diets. These nutritionists will spend time educating and counseling patients on the importance of a healthy diet and which foods provide the essential elements and minerals that their body requires along with foods that leave them feeling full and satisfied without causing weight gain or unnecessary sugar cravings. Patients will also learn why unhealthy foods, like diet soda, could disrupt their weight loss diet and cause them to gain weight and crave fatty, processed foods.

Diet Doc is committed to helping their clients not only reduce and lose body fat, but they are also dedicated to educating their clients on how to sustain weight over time. By developing patients’ skill set for making knowledgeable choices for the foods they are consuming, patients will no longer continuously overeat or fill their diet with foods that cause weight gain.

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