DOVER, DE--(Marketwired - December 13, 2016) - Nearly 35% of all Americans face obesity with many more overweight. Based on a recent report consisting of over 1,000 epidemiologic studies examining cancer risk and excess body fat, higher body mass index (BMI) levels are linked to greater cancer risk. Excess body fat is, in fact, directly linked to the existence of various cancers (gastric cardia, liver, gallbladder, pancreas, ovary, and thyroid) as well as multiple myeloma and meningioma. This shows the extreme importance of moderating weight gain, ideally by creating customized diets based on an individual's personal dietary needs and weight loss goals.
To avoid weight gain or lose weight overall, an individual must expend more calories than they intake. The number of calories expended should ideally be greater than, or equal to, the number of calories consumed. However, this is easier said than done, because most people eat until the point that they feel "full" which often involves larger number of calories than the body needs to operate. Many individuals find it excruciatingly difficult to regulate food and drink consumption. This is why Diet Doc, a nationally recognized weight loss program, recently released a revolutionary product called "Fullness Factor" that helps increase individuals' satiety and sense of fullness. Appetite suppression may be the first step to ensuring consistent, long-term weight loss.
According to Dr. Nishant Rao, Diet Doc's resident medical expert, increasing the sense of fullness is crucial. Fullness Factor is a great potential solution because it contains a soluble fiber called glucomannan that expands and creates a mechanical sensation of fullness in the stomach, while slendesta (a patented vegetable protein) increases gastric signaling to the brain by promoting CCK, which tells your brain that you're full. Fullness Factor enables patients to control food portion size and therefore eat less and still feel satisfied sooner. In addition, it helps control food portion size and provides the following benefits:
- Reduce hip to waist ratio
- Avoid stimulants and caffeine
- Reduce constipation, cholesterol and blood sugar
- Slow the absorption of carbohydrates stabilizing blood sugar
Dr. Rao recommends patients to take Fullness Factor one hour before a meal for best results. Fullness Factor can be combined with all other Diet Doc products and is a compounded prescription created at the pharmacy. However, getting a prescription does not require a doctor's appointment because Diet Doc consultations and services can be done online. Diet Doc's medical team calculates individual diet macros for everyone to ensure lean muscle is preserved and that body composition changes are optimal. Like with any Diet Doc program, all Fullness Factor patients receive a doctor-approved diet plan and continual guidance throughout their weight loss process.
Patients can get started immediately, with materials shipped directly to their home or office, and follow a customized, doctor-prescribed diet. They can also maintain weight loss in the long-term through weekly consultations, customized diet plans, motivational coaches and a powerful prescription program.
Getting started with Diet Doc is very simple and affordable. New patients can easily visit https://www.dietdoc.com to quickly complete a health questionnaire and schedule an immediate, free online 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.