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SOURCE: Diet Doc
Diet Doc / hCGTreatments announces a diet that can reset metabolism according to recent studies that help fuel the body, and speed up metabolism and fat burning.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) June 14, 2012
hCGTreatments / Diet Doc Diet Plan announces the development of a diet that can reset metabolism according to recent studies.
Constant dieting, consuming in nutritionally inadequate foods and a lack of exercise all help to create a slow down in metabolism according to nutritional weight loss reports. The doctors at Diet Doc have come up with a solution to actually reset metabolic rate by developing a diet that fuels and therefore speeds up the metabolism.
Metabolism is the rate of which a body converts food into fuel, but also a measurement of how efficiently bodies burn that fuel. Of course, not everyone burns calories at the same rate states Julie Wright, president of Diet Doc Diet Plan.
“Metabolism is influenced by your age (metabolism naturally slows about 5% per decade after age 40); gender (men generally burn more calories at rest than women); and proportion of lean body mass (the more muscle a person has, the higher metabolic rate tends to be). Some people just burn calories at a slower rate than others." –WebMD
Regardless of size age and sex, a metabolic boost is realized 30 minutes after eating. Eating small, frequent meals during a diet program as well as after, helps to speed up metabolism.
During long periods of not eating, the body slows down to compensate which causes less fat to burn or less weight to eventually lose. Most people eat a large meal once per day which leads the body to store the excess calories and fuel for a future date. This is how fat builds up.
The doctors at diet doc have come up with a diet plan that will ignite metabolism. If the hcg is the lighter fluid then their new diet plan is the kindling that keeps it burning.
In a study that was presented at the 2005 annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine, proves this point. “Researchers from Georgia State University reported that when athletes ate snacks totaling about 250 calories each, three times a day, they had greater energy output then when they didn't snack.”-WebMD
An interesting side note, the athletes also ate less at each meal resulting in an overall lower caloric intake and a higher metabolic rate.
Diet Doc has designed a diet that very specifically targets speeding up the metabolic rate with a combination of high protein and low carbohydrates fueling the body on a specific schedule. Resetting the metabolism makes weight loss goals achievable and maintainable.
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