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Diet Doc Weight Loss Diets Now Help New Mothers Lose Weight Fast with Body Fat Burning Weight Loss Supplements
Date:8/24/2013

Houston, TX (PRWEB) August 24, 2013

To avoid potentially life threatening disease and illness that can be caused by obesity and weight gain, many people in Houston are looking for ways to reduce their overall body fat content and lose weight fast. But, a new study by the Universities of Edinburgh and Aberdeen in Scotland may offer people in Houston an even greater incentive for determining how to lose weight fast, their children. Diet Doc’s diet plans are designed specifically around each new patient’s personal needs and causes of weight gain and their team of body fat eliminating experts work with patients to find the perfect combination of healthy foods, weight loss supplements and education to help patients quickly shed dangerous, unwanted extra weight.

As reported on by Medical News Today, researchers recently performed a study that showed that children of overweight women have a greater chance of dying from heart disease than their parents. This new study reviewed birth and death records from nearly 29,000 women whose body fat content, and the body fat content of their offspring, were measured over time. Of the mothers, 21% were overweight and 4% were obese. Researchers found that the children of obese mothers were 42% more likely to be admitted to a hospital for a heart related even than those children born to mothers with a normal body fat content. These findings highlight the urgent need for obesity prevention and public health programs to encourage women of childbearing age to lose weight fast. Fortunately, Diet Doc offers a personalized approach to eliminating excess body fat an
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