CHARLESTON, WV--(Marketwired - February 24, 2017) - The Sirtfood Diet focuses on consuming foods which may interact with a type of protein called, Sirtuins. The primary foods that contain this protein include chocolate, red wine, kale, blueberries, citrus, prawns, and salmon as well as green juices. The diet itself is limited to 1000 calories for each of the first three days, then the diet increases to 1500 calories per day. Dr. Nishant Rao -- Medical Director of Diet Doc's national medical weight loss program advises dieters who are looking to lose weight on the Sirtfood Diet that, "Most of the initial weight loss during the first three days is going to be glycogen weight (stored carbohydrates + water), not actual fat loss." Dr. Rao continues, "Also, there is very little research on the actual impact that these foods have on weight loss when you take their calorie counts out of the equation."
Dr. Rao also takes issue with the way that the Sirtfood Diet's research has been conducted, "The research that was put forth by the author of the book used paid participants and were also under the guidance of a personal trainer and nutritional expert." This again blurs the lines between weight loss that would occur regardless, and any additional benefits of the sirtfoods. Ironically, sirtuins themselves are also produced via caloric restriction and exercise! While experts may disagree on whether sirtfoods actually cause weight loss, the fact that the creators of the diet enlisted personal trainers and nutritional experts does point to the fact that a combination of doctor supervision, diet planning and nutritional guidance and support plays a significant role in helping individuals reach their ideal weight. Diet Doc Medical Weight Loss offers unlimited guidance from certified doctors and nutritionists to clients nationwide and customizes the nutritional criteria for each of their clients based on their unique health history, body composition and current weight loss struggles.
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