I have blogged about Doctor On Demand several times in the past. We love using the service because it is so conveneint. Doctor On Demand will be releasing a diet book in November, and I was able to get my hands on a copy before the release date! There is so much about this book that I want to share with you. Dr. Melina Jampolis is an internist and board-certified physician nutrition specialist (one of only a several hundred practicing in the United States). She specializes exclusively in nutrition for weight loss, disease prevention, and treatment. I am so glad she has this book because I am starting my own weightloss journey now. It came at the perfect time. The Doctor on Demand Diet provides a customized eating, exercise, and behavioral plan that optimizes your chances of success without forcing you to eliminate any major food groups. There are several parts to this book.
- Phase 1- 10-day CleanStart - This phase gets you started on your journey. It is esigned to control hunger without compromising nutrition by focusing on higher-protein foods and reducing fat and carbs—especially sugar, dry carbs, and bread.
- Phase 2- 10-day Customize Your Carbs- This phase personalizes your eating plan to match your own individual metabolic profile.
- Phase 3- Cycle for Success - creates a more flexible plan that provides continued weight loss while preventing frustrating weight-loss plateaus.
You will read real-life patient stories, and targeted findings from the latest scientific studies show how basic lifestyle changes can boost your health while you slim down. There is also a simple exercise quiz pinpoints your exercise “personality” and gives customized, practical, and fun exercise suggestions. There is a chapter that helps you understand the psychological side of weight loss. You can purchase this book now! What do you say? Take charge of your health today. Be sure to visit them on their social media below to stay up to date with the latest! Thanks for reading!
*This is a sponsored post for Doctor On Demand. All opinions are my own*