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People Nationwide are Turning to Diet Doc's Medical Weight Loss Programs to Safely and Quickly Lose Excess Pounds That May Be Causing Infertility

LOS ANGELES, March 28, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Obese women are up to 43% less likely to achieve pregnancy than women of a normal weight. Studies show that this may be because being overweight or obese negatively affects the production of sex steroid hormones, resulting in hormonal imbalances that impact ovulation in women and sperm production in men.

Everyone knows that carrying excess body fat is linked to an increased risk for countless health conditions, but not everyone understands that being overweight or obese can also be a leading cause of infertility. The good news is that Diet Doc can help women, and men alike, lose unhealthy and dangerous excess fat. They help their patients regain lost health and restore their figure and they help those who are struggling with infertility due to excess weight, to achieve parenthood.

Because they are a medical weight loss program, Diet Doc's doctors, nurses and nutritionists are better able to, first identify and address underlying causes of uncontrolled weight and to create diet plans that are specific to those causes. After a personal, online doctor consultation, each patient works closely with their certified nutritionist, who use their own algorithm to tailor diet plans that are compatible with the patient's personal nutritional needs, medical conditions, age, gender, activity level and goals.

The professional weight loss experts at Diet Doc know how to help their patients lose unhealthy excess fat that has become stored very comfortably in the belly, hips, thighs, underarms and buttocks and very dangerously around the internal organs. They assess and review each patient's system to identify hormonal imbalances that may be causing infertility. And, because studies reveal that 70% of women who are infertile due to obesity will achieve a normal pregnancy following weight reduction, more and more people are turning to the Diet Doc experts.

Because Diet Doc's doctors are weight loss specialists, they understand that excess body fat is a key element in reproductive health and, one that is often overlooked when evaluating infertility. They also understand that obesity in pregnancy increases the risk for gestational diabetes, toxemia, Cesarean section delivery, pre-eclampsia, overdue births, longer labors and more blood loss during delivery. For this reason, it is important for expectant parents to understand how and why the body reacts to unhealthy, processed foods and how to enjoy a happy, healthy pregnancy without compromising their health or the health of their newborn child.

Diet Doc is not just another weight loss company. They pay personal attention to each client and take pride in each accomplishment. The staff monitors each patient's progress throughout their journey and are available to answer questions, offer suggestions and always eager to lend their professional support, guidance and encouragement. They structure diet plans, that may include one or more of their pure and powerful prescription diet aids, that help those who are struggling to lose that final 10-20 pounds to those who must lose 100 pounds or more.

Call today to schedule a personal, no-cost consultation.

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.

Diet Doc Contact Information:
Providing care across the USA

Headquarters:
San Diego, CA
(888) 934-4451
Info@DietDoc.info
https://www.dietdoc.com

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