thumb_HCG-234x178Medically Supervised Accelerated Diet

Everyone seeks the seemingly unattainable – a rapid, easy, safe weight-loss program involving no crash dieting, no hunger pangs or side-effects. Impossible to find? Well such a diet is now available through Delaware Integrative Medical Center in the form of the breakthrough Medically Supervised Accelerated Diet – a new fast-acting weight-loss program which is already proving extremely popular with patients.

The practitioners at the DIMC recognize that when people start a diet, the thing they want most is Results— and fast . Most people don’t want to take 3 months to shed 20lbs, they just want it gone.

There are a great many “crash” diets on the market which are not only unhealthy but also, in some cases, may be an unsafe way to lose weight. Any kind of medically un-supervised diet can result in the wrong kind of weight-loss. It is essential to not lose lean muscle or bone mass as a side effect of dieting. This fast-acting diet is medically supervised and doesn’t involve exercise. It targets fat, not muscle and patients at the clinic report they have very little, if any hunger.

The Medically Supervised Accelerated Diet can bring significant weight-loss in 23 days, with an average continual loss of 1/2-2lbs per day. People wanting to lose more weight can repeat the program after a break.

The Medically Supervised Accelerated Diet has proven to be a breakthrough program for many patients, and it may help you.

 

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