Combining these prescription hCG treatments with a low calorie, clean diet plan aided dieters in quickly and easily shedding excess weight, results achieved by actors and celebrities today. But, while these original programs were successful in leading their clients toward fast weight loss, they also encouraged their clients to consume a dangerously low caloric intake of only 500 calories per day. Unlike their competitors who continue to urge dieters to follow this dangerous and risky 500 calorie intake, Diet Doc researchers modernized their prescription hCG treatments with todays advanced science and medical understanding in order to allow their clients the ability to lose weight while consuming an average, healthy caloric intake of almost double that of their competitors. And, because the Diet Doc team understands that eliminating unhealthy food items can be challenging, they offer their clients unlimited consultations, six days per week with certified nutritionists who will work with clients to create a personalized, clean diet program.
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Should Your Employer Recommend Weight-Loss Drugs?
Under a pilot program announced Jan. 14, http://finance.yahoo.com/news/garcinia-cambogia-extract-investigation-now-190000760.html company health plans can alert workers who might be candidates for two obesity drugs that hit the pure garcinia cambogia market last year, the first ones approved by U.S. regulators in more than a decade. If employees are interested, and their doctors agree, workers start taking the medication and use Aetnas lifestyle coaching apps to help them manage their diet and exercise.
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Aetna Promotes Personalized Weight-Loss Options
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