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Diet Doc Weight Loss Programs Announce a Safe and Fast Weight Loss Plan Helping to Reduce the Risk for Kidney Disease


Miami, FL (PRWEB) July 18, 2014

Diet Doc Weight Loss announces a newly designed diet plan to help people reduce the incident of kidney disease.

Diet Doc Weight Loss created a new, medical diet plan that helps people reduce the risk of kidney disease by reducing protein and sale intake, phosphorus food additives, and controlling blood glucose levels.

Experts agree that those who carry extra pounds have a very significant risk for a number of preventable diseases. High blood pressure and diabetes are linked to obesity, two conditions that are directly connected to kidney failure and kidney disease. Diet Doc’s prescription hormone treatments, combined with the expertise of their medical professionals, gently guide patients toward restored health with safe and fast weight loss.

The kidneys, two bean-shaped organs that are responsible for a number of functions in the human body, are located at the rear of the abdominal cavity. Healthy kidneys are vital to regulating blood pressure and electrolytes, producing certain hormones and naturally filtering blood and removing waste by diverting to the urinary bladder. Early medical intervention and losing excess weight is essential to reduce the risk for kidney failure and kidney disease.

Diet Doc’s medical weight loss programs are targeted toward those who must lose weight to improve their quality of life. While their prescription hormone treatments help patients over initial weight loss hurdles, the real passion of the expert fast weight loss staff is to teach clients nutritional facts, enabling them to enjoy long term health and weight maintenance by learning to make healthy food choices.

Diet Doc can help patients who are struggling to lose that final 10 pounds to those who must lose 100 pounds or more. Subsequent to an online health evaluation and physician consult, strategically designed diet plans are customized to each patient’s body size, nutritional needs and lifestyle, while being compatible with almost any medical condition, including kidney disease.

Qualified patients will receive Diet Doc’s prescription hormone treatments, which are typically administered once daily under medical supervision. This powerful combination turns the body into a fat burning machine by signaling the brain to release years of unused, stored fat that has been trapped in the cells of the body and melting this fat from the most stubborn areas of the body.

Diet Doc’s powerful supplements and hormone treatments are effective in, not only targeting stored body fat, but also in actively suppressing and controlling cravings for unhealthy foods. Without the temptation to indulge in sugary, fattening foods, clients are able to reevaluate their unhealthy habits and begin to restore their health by choosing low fat, nutrient rich foods instead.

Each patient will receive unlimited access to specially trained doctors, nurses, nutritionists and coaches who intimately understand how the body responds to specific foods. Scheduled weekly checkup calls enable the doctor to monitor each patient’s comfort level, attitude and weight loss progress and to quickly identify and resolve any issues that may be hindering fast weight loss by altering medication if results begin to taper.

Because Diet Doc utilizes the most current technology, patients can restore their health and prevent countless weight related diseases, including kidney disease, by losing excess weight from the comfort of their own living room simply by calling the specialists or logging onto the computer. This modernized approach to dieting enables Diet Doc to help those in even the most remote regions of the country.

Dedicated to providing the safest and most successful weight loss for every patient, Diet Doc has become the country’s most trusted name in medical fast weight loss programs.

About the Company:

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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Providing care across the USA

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San Diego, CA

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About diabetes

Diabetes is having a devastating effect on the African American community. Diabetes is the fifth leading cause of death in African Americans and African Americans’ death rates are twenty seven percent higher than whites.

Over 2.8 million African Americans have diabetes and one third of them don’t know they have the disease. In addition, twenty five percent of African Americans between the ages of 65 – 74 have diabetes and one in four African American women, over the age of 55, have been diagnosed with the disease

The cause of diabetes is a mystery, but researchers believe that both genetics and environmental factors play roles in who will develop the disease. . Heredity

Researchers believe that African Americans and African Immigrants are predisposed to developing diabetes. Research suggests that African Americans and recent African immigrants have inherited a “thrifty gene” from their African ancestors.

This gene may have enabled Africans to use food energy more efficiently during cycles of feast and famine. Now, with fewer cycles of feast and famine, this gene may make weight control more difficult for African Americans and African Immigrants.

This genetic predisposition, coupled with impaired glucose tolerance, is often associated with the genetic tendency toward high blood pressure. People with impaired glucose tolerance have higher than normal blood glucose levels and are at a higher risk for developing diabetes. What is Diabetes?

Diabetes, commonly know as “sugar diabetes”, is a condition that occurs when the body is unable to properly produce or use insulin. Insulin is needed by the body to process sugar, starches and other foods into energy. Diabetes is a chronic condition for which there is no known cure; diabetes is a serious disease and should not be ignored.

Diabetics often suffer from low glucose levels (sugar) in their blood. Low blood sugar levels can make you disorientated, dizzy, sweaty, hungry, have headaches, have sudden mood swings, have difficulty paying attention, or have tingling sensations around the mouth.

Types of Diabetes

Pre-diabetes is a condition that occurs when a person’s blood glucose levels is higher than normal but not high enough for a diagnosis of type II diabetes. Pre-diabetes can cause damage to the heart and circulatory system, but pre-diabetes can often be controlled by controlling blood glucose levels. By controlling pre-diabetes you can often prevent or delay the onset of Type II diabetes.

Type I or juvenile-onset diabetes usually strikes people under the age of 20, but can strike at any age. Five to ten percent of African Americans who are diagnosed with diabetes are diagnosed with this type of the disease. Type I diabetes is an autoimmune disease where the body produces little or no insulin and this type of diabetes must be treated with daily insulin injections.

Type II or adult onset diabetes is responsible for ninety to ninety-fivepercent of diagnosed diabetes cases in African Americans. Type II results from a condition where the body fails to properly use insulin. According to the American Diabetes Association, “Type II is usually found in people over 45, who have diabetes in their family, who are overweight, who don’t exercise and who have cholesterol problems.” In the early stages it can often be controlled with lifestyle changes, but in the later stages diabetic pills or insulin injections are often needed.

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Refining Advice About Dietary Fat and Heart Disease from the July 2014 Harvard Heart Letter

Boston, MA (PRWEB) July 02, 2014

Decades of well-meaning advice to not eat much fat (especially saturated fat) led food manufacturers and consumers to replace fat with refined carbohydrates and sugar. But low-fat chips, cookies, and other highly processed foods aren't necessarily a better choice, reports the July 2014 Harvard Heart Letter.

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Diabetes and Urinary Health

Diabetes self-management includes paying attention to other health concerns that may arise. People with diabetes need to examine their urinary health and be aware of the symptoms associated with certain conditions. Learn more about how diabetes may have an impact on your urinary health and well-being.

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Grape skin extract may soon be answer to treating diabetes

The diabetes rate in the United States nearly doubled in the past 10 years. Approximately 26 million Americans are now classified as diabetic, stressing an urgent need for safe and effective complementary strategies to enhance the existing conventional treatment for diabetes. Preliminary studies have demonstrated that grape skin extract (GSE) exerts a novel inhibitory activity on hyperglycemia and could be developed and used to aid in diabetes management.
 

Coping With Diabetes: What You Need To Know

If you do not care for your diabetes the best you can, it will hurt you very much in the larger picture of your life. However, you need to make sure you have the information that is best for your body and body systems. This article will provide you with this information, so read on!

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Staying Healthy And Maintaining Your Lifestyle After A Diabetes Diagnosis

Diabetes is a chronic disease that affects millions of people. Left untreated, it can be deadly. Diabetes can strike people of any age. Therefore, it is imperative that you recognize the symptoms of this disease so you can get immediate treatment for yourself or a family member, if necessary. The following article provides you with answers to all of the questions you may have about the different types of diabetes and how they can affect your life.

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Information About Type II Diabetes

Type 2 Diabetes is the most widespread type of diabetes affecting most individuals in the world. In the United States on it's own, approximately 90- 95% of diabetic patients suffer from diabetes mellitus type 2. This problem can be referred to as a metabolic disorder characterised through an upsurge of glucose within blood (blood sugar). As such, there is possibly inadequate insulin within the body cells or perhaps the body can't detect it, which might end up being because of inadequate manufacture of insulin by the beta cells inside the pancreas or maybe by the inability of cells to react to normal levels of insulin.

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