Diet Doc Review
Diet Doc is a medically-supervised weight loss program that promises to help anyone achieve their weight loss goals through the power of HCG. Here’s our review.
What is Diet Doc?
Diet Doc, found at DietDoc.com, is a weight loss company that claims the best way to lose weight is through the HCG diet.
HCG stands for human chorionic gonadotropin. It’s a reproductive hormone naturally produced by the body during pregnancy.
When you’re pregnant, HCG helps your body burn fat for energy and put that fat towards more important things – like the health of your baby.
When you’re not pregnant, injecting HCG into your body forces your body to burn fat.
When you contact Diet Doc, the company will connect you with doctors in your area who provide the HCG diet.
How Does Diet Doc Work?
Diet Doc claims to work by offering doctors on standby ready to take your call about dieting.
You call Diet Doc, and a company specialist (not a doctor) will tell you about doctor-approved diets.
Then, a real doctor personalizes a diet plan based on your age, gender, lifestyle, budget, and weight loss goals.
The dieter then receives prescription and diet supplies delivered to their address, and they can begin to lose weight.
The website offers a few different disease-specific weight loss programs, including for diabetes, cardiovascular problems, and hypertension, among others.
After telling the Diet Doc about your lifestyle goals, the website claims that a “team of doctors formulates specialty weight loss” advice catered to your unique needs.
Ultimately, this all sounds good – but all of the diets recommended through Diet Doc involve taking HCG. The only “customization” that comes through Diet Doc is how much HCG you take, and how few calories you’re going to eat per day.
Typically, on the HCG diet, you drop your caloric intake to 500 calories per day. Diet Doc promises a slightly higher caloric intake: about 750 to 1250 calories per day.
Areas Served by Diet Doc
Diet Doc is available all across America, although for some reason, the website does not serve customers in Oregon. The company also specifically serves the areas outlined on its official website here: DietDoc.com/service-area/
Those service areas cover some of the largest cities in America and new cities are being added on a regular basis. The company claims to serve every state except, once again, for Oregon (I don’t know why).
Diet Doc Supplements
Diet Doc gives away various supplements to those who apply for a consultation through the site.
Those supplements include appetite suppressants, fat burners, and other similar products. Here are some of the Diet Doc supplements currently being marketed online:
— Diet Doc Green Fat Metabolism Booster: Encourages your body to stay in ketosis mode for maximum fat burning.
— Diet Doc Red Fat Accelerator: Claims to assist with blood sugar control to help manage symptoms of diabetes while also keeping your metabolism at a fast, constant level.
— Diet Doc Complex Fat Burner & Appetite Suppressant: Helps prevent fat storage while also controlling your appetite.
Each of these supplements is sold at a price of $10, although the company claims that they “normally” retail between $75 and $95. You can only access the $10 price point after signing up for a Diet Doc consultation.
About Diet Doc
Diet Doc’s About Us page provides little information about the company. They claim that “The Diet Doctors” have specialized training in helping thousands of people across America achieve their weight loss goals.
You can contact the company toll-free at 800-581-5038.
Ultimately, Diet Doc makes big promises about your weight loss goals, but it’s essentially just a system designed to push you towards doctors in your area who provide the HCG diet. That’s not necessarily a bad thing – but it’s a service you can already get in your local area simply by Googling “HCG diet (Your City)”. For that reason, Diet Doc seems to have few advantages over other existing services.