At one diet review found with a ‘diet plans’ Internet search there were over 590 diet plans listed starting with the 100 Calorie Diet that requires calorie counting, encourages the intake of diet soda and artificial sweeteners and allows alcohol and ending with the Zone Diet, a complex plan that has a substantial list of “forbidden” foods while following a formula of 40% carbs, 30% protein, and 30% fats (sometimes called 40:30:30). In between there are diet plans touting Acai berry supplements that supports a quick fix approach to weight loss, but does not encourage dieters to make lifestyle changes and fat burning soup recipes with a the Cabbage Soup Diet, a 7 day meal plan, aimed at achieving fast weight loss.
There are juice diet plans, and celebrity diet plans. There are low carb, low fat, low glycemic, low protein, and low sodium diet plans. There are diet plans aimed at just women, women over thirty, just men, for body builders, for cancer survivors, and heart patients. If you have allergies there are specific diet plans for you as well. You’ll find the more well known diet plans such as the New Atkins Diet Plan, the Mayo Clinic Plan with a ‘fad’ version and an official version, the NutriSystem, and many more.
Some diet plans have lists of foods you can and cannot eat, some have a pre-made menu from which you select meals and have them shipped to you, others require the eating of only raw food. Perhaps you have tried some of these diet plans and not found the success you were looking for.
Our Medical Weight Loss Program Offers
- Weight loss between 15 – 20 pounds in the first month*
- Disease specific weight loss programs (diabetes, cardiovascular, hypertension)
- Medical weight loss plan that helps undercover reasons why losing weight was previously difficult
- No hunger – team of doctors formulates specialty weight loss supplements (help suppress appetite, help
shrink fat cells, help with emotional eating)
The primary focus of this phase will be on your protein consumption, which will increase significantly from Phase 2. Try to include as much fresh and organic fruits and vegetables as possible while remaining within the daily calorie guidelines. Although strenuous exercise is not necessary on DietDoc.co diet plan, we do encourage some exercise as part of your moving forward into a healthier lifestyle.Our last phase, Phase 4 is what we consider a Lifetime Management Phase where the client continues to add all foods back into the diet, including starches and carbohydrates. We suggest adding those carbohydrates in moderation while observing the body’s response to them. By continuing to eat healthy proteins such as nuts, eggs, whole grains and low fat meat and striving to eat at least 5 servings of colorful vegetables and 4 servings of fruit per day, our clients will successfully maintain their weight loss. Weigh yourself often and make adjustments accordingly.
Our goal at DietDoc.co is to provide you with the safest, highest quality medical weight loss diet plan while providing you with all the tools you will need for a successful weight loss experience.