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Diet Doc Medical Weight Loss Plans Issues New Advice For Patients Looking to Avoid Long Term Health Risks Associated With New FDA Approved Diet Pills
Date:8/29/2013

Miami, FL (PRWEB) August 29, 2013

Controversy surrounding two new diet drugs, Belviq (lorcaserin) and Qsymia (phentermine plus topiramate), is at the forefront of medical headlines and dieters are urged to evaluate the benefits versus the potential health risks when making the decision to use these diet aids. Although recently approved for use in the United States, As Medical News Today reports on August 24th of this year, Europe considers these diet drugs too harmful to be marketed. Dr. Sidney Wolfe, founder of the health research group at Public Citizen, states that, after clinical trials, these drugs were approved in America despite vast cardiovascular concerns. During trials, patients were observed to have increases in pulse of more than 10 beats per minute, which is a significant risk factor for cardiovascular disease, as well as potential arrhythmia related concerns, impaired memory and reduced concentration. The diet drugs were also associated with a 16% increase in heart valve damage.

Committed to providing the safest and most successful long term weight loss solution for all patients, Diet Doc urges all Americans to be well informed and knowledgeable about drugs that are represented to promote quick weight loss. Benefiting from decades of scientific research, the company has designed prescription diet plans that are aimed toward promoting quick weight loss for patients; however, each diet is supervised by a staff of board certified doctors and nurses with diet plans specifically designed for each patient by certified nutritionists. Before experimenting with new prescription diet aids or over-the-counter diet pills, the '/>"/>

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