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Diet Doc Now More Closely Tailors Its Medically Supervised Diet Plans Around Individual Patient Need, Providing an Opportunity to Live Longer & Feel Better Naturally
Date:8/26/2013

ch patient to develop nutrient rich diet meal plans. Because the diets incorporate a wide range of delicious and healthy food choices, patients find that following the plans not only results in fast weight loss, but the diet plans hold their interest while the rapid results keep them motivated.

The combination of these nutrient rich diet plans, coupled with the medically supervised administration of the powerful diet plan jump starts the metabolism, signaling the brain to release the years of trapped stored fat into the bloodstream and burn this fat as the body’s primary source of energy. Because this diet plan is enhanced with energy boosting and vital Vitamin B12, patients are experiencing natural appetite suppression while losing weight rapidly without suffering between meal hunger or loss of energy. Diet Doc has utilized the latest nutrition science to create diet plans that are safe and effective and continues to lead competitors in providing the best weight loss results available.

By developing prescription diet aids within their own U.S. pharmacies, Diet Doc can ensure that only the highest quality ingredients are used and patients are receiving only the best diet products available on the market. Patients will receive a one-year prescription and can order their supplements over the phone or the Internet. For added convenience, all supplements will be shipped directly to the patient’s home avoiding embarrassing or time consuming visits to weight loss clinics in Birmingham Alabama. Included in their package, patients will receive a Certificate of Analysis, performed by a third party laboratory, detailing the quality of the ingredients and levels of each active ingredient.

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