San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) December 18, 2013
Diet Docs prescription hormone diet plans were designed to help dieters nationwide lose weight quickly and also improve their overall weight-related health. But, Diet Doc understands that each dieter requires unique assistance in reaching their weight loss goals; therefore, they create personalized diet plans based on each patients age, gender, health history and lifestyle preferences. Using healthy recipes and prescription hormone treatments, Diet Doc is able to help dieters across the nation quickly lose weight, with some dieters losing up to almost a pound of excess, embarrassing fat per day. And, dieters with specific health care needs are able to have those issues addressed as part of their diet program. For instance, Diet Doc recently revealed their cholesterol diet that, in addition to helping dieters lose weight, also helps them lower their levels of unhealthy cholesterol.
Dieters looking to improve their cholesterol levels will initially consult, easily over the telephone, with a Diet Doc physician who has been specially trained in creating cholesterol diets with prescription supplements and healthy recipes for low fat foods. The patient and physician will discuss the patients health history, including previous attempts to lose weight, healthy recipes that the patient has tried and their goals for overall weight loss. Considering the dieters unique situation and desires, the physician will then recommend and prescribe exclusive diet pills, supplements and hormone treatments that target stored body fat and work to control the patients appetite. And, the patient can easily order their supplements and treatments over the phone, or the internet, so that they cholesterol diet can begin immediately following their initial consultation.
While competitors simply supply their clients with hormone treatments that contain levels of active ingredients too low to produce any effective results, Diet Doc is dedicated to providing the highest quality of ingredients. And, in addition to prescribing fat burning treatments, the Diet Doc team also remains available, six days per week, for unlimited consultations with their clients to answer questions about their cholesterol diet, offer suggestions for healthy recipes and monitor patient progress to ensure that dieters are able to successfully lose weight fast. Their personalized approach to helping their clients lose weight and improve their health through cholesterol diets, has made Diet Docs prescription hormone diet plans stand apart from their competitors and has made them the nations leader in medically supervised weight loss programs.
Certified nutritionists will also spend time counseling their patients on healthy recipes with nutrient rich foods that provide energy without causing weight gain recipes that are appropriate for their cholesterol diet. Diet Doc understands that many of their clients may not have a health or nutrition background and dedicates time to helping dieters acquire the skills necessary not only to lose weight, but to also sustain their weight loss in the future. And, to encourage clients to try healthy recipes on their own, Diet Doc also provides them with a complementary copy of their exclusive cookbook that contains over fifty pages of low calorie food suggestions.
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Boston, MA (PRWEB) December 13, 2013
With the 2014 New Year rapidly approaching Diet Recommendations has revealed a complimentary detox diet plan that can be implemented before, during, and after the holiday season.
“There is a long list of health problems associated with the need to detox the body of dangerous toxins while at the same time balancing healthy bacteria in the gut. Some of the problems people face when they are overloaded with toxins is gas and bloating, constipation, acid reflux, skin problems, headaches, urinary tract infections, trouble sleeping, an inability to lose weight, and heavy sugar cravings,” said one of the research consultants from Diet Recommendations.
The detox diet plan guide reveals the top 10 detox foods that will help to restore balance in the intestines while at the same time detoxifying the body.
“Many people like to start their year off with a detox cleanse to restore and balance their health at the beginning of the new year. The enormous benefit that comes with consuming these detox gut cleansing foods is weight loss that occurs naturally when toxins are released from fat cells and internal gut flora is restored and balanced,” said Mr. Porter from Diet Recommendations.
He continued to say, “We recommend this detox diet plan because of the simplicity involved, and the fact that it focuses on maximizing health and restoring balance rather than some of the extreme detox diets we have seen out there.
The detox diet plan and body cleanse guide is available for a limited time at http://dietrecommendations.com/detox-diet-cleanse.
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Elven, France and Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) December 04, 2013
DIANA and Opertech Bio, Inc. today announced that they have entered into an agreement to collaborate in the area of taste science. The companies will use Opertech Bios proprietary high throughput taste evaluation technology known as the Microtiter Operant Gustometer, or MOG, to evaluate the degree of relevance of using rats as surrogate taste testers.
We are particularly glad to associate OPERTECH BIO to DIANA taste research program. Within our PET FOOD division, we develop sensorial solutions with high level of palatability, thus it is of particular interest that we evaluate taste components using the MOG. Getting quick sensorial answers with several species of animals will allow us to better evaluate the advantages and limits of using such methods, in comparison or complementarily to other methods in the area of molecular biology, shared Isabelle GUILLER, global research Director for DIANA, PET FOOD DIVISION.
“We are delighted to announce this collaboration with DIANA, an international leader in sensorial and nutritional performance and world leader in natural solutions for the food and pet food, nutraceuticals, aquafeed and cosmetics industries with deep sector knowledge and a global customer base. DIANA represents a natural partner for us, providing strong technical synergies which will help us further advance our taste evaluation technology, stated Scott Horvitz, Chief Executive Officer of Opertech Bio.
The MOG Approach to Taste Evaluation
Scientists at Opertech Bio have developed the Microtiter Operant Gustometer, or MOG, a high throughput system for measuring both taste quality (what does a sample taste like?) and palatability (how much do I like it?). With the MOG, rats are trained to become expert taste testers. The MOG offers a new cost effective approach to taste evaluation.
Taste quality measurement is achieved through the experimental paradigm of operant taste discrimination. Rats are trained to press two levers for a food pellet reward after they have tasted solutions presented to them in a 96-well plate. To receive the reward, the rats must press the right lever if the solution is a standard (for example, a sweet sugar solution) and the left lever if the solution presented has any other taste. By comparing the percentage of the presses on the right (standard) lever, the degree of similarity between a novel taste stimulus and the taste standard can be quantified.
Palatability of the solutions in the 96-well plate is determined by counting the number of times the rats tongue enters the well. The path of a laser beam projected across the top of the well is disrupted by the tongue when the rat licks from the well, and each disruption is counted as a lick. In contrast to other assays for palatability, the rate of licking in the MOG system has been shown to be largely independent of motivational factors like thirst or hunger, and therefore is close to being a pure indication of the hedonic value of the taste stimulus.
DIANA group is a world leader in natural functional solutions for the food, pet food, nutraceuticals, aquafeed and cosmetics industries, and technology leader in plant cell culture, dedicated to the production of active ingredients for food, cosmetics and health.
DIANA PET FOOD DIVISION develops with its customers innovative and performing solutions dedicated to cats and dogs well-being and pet owner satisfaction. It relies on a strong establishment in 5 continents with 660 employees, 16 industrial sites, 17 sales offices, 1 research center, 4 local development and technical support and 3 cat and dog expert panels.
Through its SPF brand, the PET FOOD Division focuses on overall pet food palatability improvement including attributes that impact both the animal and the owner. With a close proximity to both raw materials and markets and thanks to a strong expertise in animal food preferences, it delivers high-performing and quality palatants worldwide. For more information, please visit http://www.diana-group.com
About Opertech Bio, Inc.
Opertech Bio offers the food and beverage and flavor ingredients industries a new cost effective approach to sensory evaluation. Opertech Bios technology can be used to discover new flavor ingredients, measure palatability and optimize flavor formulations. For more information, please visit the Company’s website at http://www.opertechbio.com.
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Princeton, NJ (PRWEB) November 26, 2013
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Jeffersonville, Ind. (PRWEB) November 23, 2013
Thanksgiving is a time to celebrate family and furry family members are no exception. While it is customary for families to integrate their pets into holiday celebrations, dog and cat owners should be aware of pet health risks during this season especially during mealtime.
Here are a few tips to ensure pets stay healthy this Thanksgiving weekend:
Preparing the meal
Be extremely cautious of how you discard items used to cook or clean the turkey. Skewers, string, pop-up timers and roasting bags can easily be fished out of a trashcan or garbage bag. Swallowing such things can cause an intestinal blockage or perforation.
Dont feed people food to your pets. This includes scraps, bones of any kind and the skin or fat from the turkey. Any dietary changes in your pets food routine can lead to gastric distress or pancreatitis, an inflammation of the pancreas that causes vomiting and dehydration. Any of this could lead to hospitalization for your pet.
Watch for foods such as onions, grapes or raisins, and garlic that may fall on the floor or be within your pets reach on the counter. These foods can affect your pets stomach, but can also lead to other conditions including renal (kidney) issues. Other foods to be aware of include apple seeds, yeast dough, chocolate, alcoholic beverages, nuts and gum.
Most of the pet insurance claims we see after the Thanksgiving holiday are the result of pets eating people food, bones, or cooking materials they pulled from an unattended garbage can, said Traci Endicott, Veterinary Technician and Claims Coordinator with PetFirst. Most pets will suffer vomiting and diarrhea, which can lead to serious conditions such as pancreatitis or intestinal blockage. All of these situations could require hospitalization or emergency surgery.
What to do instead
The best way to avoid gastric problems is to continue your pets meals around the same schedule they are accustomed to, including treats. Always keep in mind your pets routine.
Give dogs or cats a new and safe toy to keep them occupied during the meal.
Educate guests not to share food with your pets. Well-meaning family and friends may slip a scrap or sweet treat from the table to your pet unless you request they not.
Try to keep stress, including the excitement of guests coming and going, to a minimum. Stress can also create gastric issues for dogs and cats, resulting in unexpected messes.
Always have your veterinarians phone number close by just in case your pet becomes ill, said Endicott. It is also a good idea to have the number to your local 24-hour emergency veterinary hospital for treatment recommendations too.
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The Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute (ASMI) is delighted to announce Sara Squarstoff as the winner of the Show Us Your Alaska Seafood Instagram Contest. Her photo of home-canned Alaska salmon impressed the ASMI board and committee members, who voted on the winner from a group of 3 finalists that had been selected from over 100 entries. As the winner, Squarstoff will take home a winters worth of Alaska seafood and a GoPro Hero camera.
Born and raised on Kodiak Island, Squarstoff is an artist and chef at the Kodiak Paradise Lodge in Port Lions, Alaska. As a Native Alaskan from a commercial fishing family, she has a passion for seafood and draws inspiration from Alaska waters. Most of my protein comes from the sea. When I cook, its fresha lot of my dishes are under 10 ingredients. I like to keep my food geared to my heritage and lifestyle, Squarstoff said.
ASMI launched the contest during October to celebrate National Seafood Month.
Alaska seafood fans can connect with ASMI on Instragram by following @alaskaseafood and tagging photos with #alaskaseafood. For wild Alaska seafood recipes, species profiles, sustainability information, and more, please visit http://www.wildalaskaseafood.com
About Alaska Seafood
The Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute (ASMI) is a partnership of the State of Alaska and the Alaska seafood industry. ASMI works to promote the benefits of wild and sustainable Alaska seafood and offer seafood industry education.
For more than 50 years, Alaska has been dedicated to sustainable seafood. Its so essential to our way of life that our constitution mandates that fish are utilized, developed and maintained on the sustained yield principle. The seafood industry is Alaskas largest private sector employer, and as a result, Alaskans understand the need to protect the fisheries and surrounding habitats for future generations. Were proud of our leadership in sustainable management, which has led to an ever-replenishing supply of wild seafood for markets around the world. For more information, please visit http://www.alaskaseafood.org.