By empowering their patients with the knowledge to distinguish the difference between good and bad fats, Diet Doc clients have been able to lose up to 20 pounds per month safely, naturally and without side effects
San Francisco, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/10/2014 -- One of the first things that comes to mind when beginning a diet, is to stay away from fats, however, not all fats are created equally. There is a substantial difference between good and bad fat and the body processes these different types of fats in very different ways. While certain types of fat do, in fact, contribute to negative health problems, other kinds of fat are used by the body in beneficial ways and can actually stimulate weight loss.
One common misconception about dietary fat is that it is the cause of weight gain. While it is very clear that overconsumption of carbohydrates will cause the body to store fat, nutritional scientists at Harvard University have concluded that the total amount of dietary fat is not strongly linked to weight gain. So if total fat is not a concern, why should one even worry about dietary fat at all?
The answer lies in the quality or type of fat. The majority of fat does have a specific purpose and most fat is very active and plays important roles in bodily functions. The chemical name for fat is lipid. The functional part of lipids are fatty acids and these fatty acids are valuable because they are used to build cell membranes, transmit signals to and from cells, control inflammation and blood clotting, regulate mood and behavior, and even work on the DNA. Healthy fatty acids, such as omega-3 fatty acids and omega-6 fatty acids, typically found in certain types of fish, hold extreme benefit to the body, including reducing triglycerides, or blood fat, in the system, reducing the risk for heart disease, alleviating and curbing stiffness and joint pain caused by rheumatoid arthritis, and some research suggests that these healthy omega-3 fatty acids may even reduce symptoms of ADHD in children and help to prevent Alzheimer’s disease and dementia in adults. Studies have also shown that fats, such as omega-3, omega-6, and omega-9, are actually required for weight loss and fat is burned at a higher rate when the body is supplemented with these healthy fats.
Diet Doc patients will not only learn the difference between good and bad fats, but will be provided with meal and snack plans that are specific to their personal nutritional, medical and weight loss needs. These diet plans are interesting and easy to follow and incorporate nutrient rich foods that nourish the body while being lower in calories and eliminating bad fats. To see fat melting more quickly from the body, qualified patients may choose to enhance their diet plans with Diet Doc’s hormone treatments and exclusive diet pills. This powerful blend signals the body to seek out bad fat, forcing its release into the bloodstream to be quickly flushed from the body.
Diet Doc patients report looking and feeling better than ever before by losing excess fat and learning to make healthier food choices by distinguishing the difference between good and bad fat. In fact, a recent in-house survey, involving over 25,000 actual clients, revealed that the majority reported an average loss of up to 20 pounds per month without negative side effects. These diet plans may be enhanced with Diet Doc’s hormone treatments and exclusive diet pills and supplements to allow patients to see fat melt more quickly from the body. This powerful blend signals the body to seek out bad fat, forcing its release into the bloodstream to be quickly flushed from the body.
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Diet Doc Weight Loss is the nation's leader in medical, weight loss offering a full line of prescription medication, doctor, nurse and nutritional coaching support. For over a decade, Diet Doc has produced a sophisticated, doctor designed weight loss program that addresses each individual specific health need to promote fast, safe and long term weight loss.
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