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hCGTreatments / Diet Doc hCG Diets & Weight Loss Plans Announces Updated hCG Diet Plans That Promote Better Health, Longevity & a Possible Reduced Risk for Endometrial Cancer

In light of new studies, linking endometrial cancer to obesity, Diet Doc has released their updated hCG diet plans to fight obesity and now possibly lower patients' risk for developing certain types of cancer.


Escondido, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/19/2013 -- Endometrial, or cancer of the lining of the womb, is the sixth most common cancer in women, affecting approximately 50,000 American women each year. A new report, published by the American Institute for Cancer Research and World Cancer Research Fund International, and reported by Medical News Today, reveals that women who eat healthy, keep a lean body by making healthy food choices, lose unwanted weight and engage in a moderate amount of physical activity have an approximate 60% reduced risk for developing this cancer.

Symptoms of endometrial cancer may include abnormal vaginal bleeding or discharge, as well as pain in the lower abdomen during intercourse. Though this cancer typically affects women over 60, there is currently no reliable screening system to detect it. Elise Bandera, associate professor at Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey states that "While additional studies are needed, it is a safe bet that maintaining a healthy weight and engaging in regular physical activity will reduce endometrial cancer risk, as well as having many other health benefits and that eating a diet high in vegetables and low in fat and refined sugars will help with weight control, while probably also protecting against cancer in other ways."

Diet Doc has helped thousands of American women lose unhealthy excess weight leading to a reduced risk for countless weight related conditions and diseases by updating and modifying the outdated original 1950s hCG diet plans. hCG is produced naturally in the placenta of pregnant women, and was discovered by Dr. A.T.W. Simeons to promote fast weight loss when combined with a 500-calorie per day diet. Although Simeons’ diet plans were effective in weight loss, the low caloric intake posed serious health compromise to patients, including hair and muscle loss, as well as severe fatigue and exhaustion.

While many hCG companies continue to follow the outdated 1950s hCG diet protocol, Diet Doc distinguishes itself by guiding patients toward safe and effective weight loss with a less restrictive diet plan, allowing patients to consume over double the calories of the original diet. The company has extracted the most essential elements of the original hCG diet hCG diet and incorporated only 100% pure prescription hCG that is manufactured in Diet Doc’s fully licensed, FDA approved, United States based pharmacies. Diet Doc combines the medically supervised administration of their prescription hCG with diet plans that are designed by certified nutritionists and unique to each patients’ individual nutritional, medical and lifestyle needs.

To assure that each patient transitions comfortably and smoothly into a leaner and healthier body, Diet Doc’s board certified doctors supervise the patient’s journey with scheduled weekly checkup calls. Nutritionists, nurses and coaches are available 6 days per week to answer questions and eager to lend unlimited support, guidance and encouragement before, during and even after the last ounce of excess fat has melted away. This level of personal services enables the doctors to assess each patient’s comfort level while dieting, while also monitoring weight loss progress. Weight loss plateaus or other barriers that may be hindering fast weight loss can be quickly identified and resolved by making medication adjustments.

Diet Doc has become the nation’s leader in prescription hCG diet plans and offers everyone the opportunity for improved health, longevity and less risk for a myriad of diseases, including endometrial cancer, by losing unwanted and unhealthy excess fat.

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