You may already know about Dr. O’z Total 10 Rapid Weight Loss Plan that aims for getting you on weight loss track fast. But before you decide to be on a diet, you should first find out if this plan is right for you. Here are the most commonly asked questions about this plan:
Should I do anything before starting this diet plan?
For most people, the Total 10 Rapid Weight Loss Plan is safe. However for people who require certain nutrition, medications or those who have a specific medical conditions. It may not be for you, so before you do anything that can drastically change your diet, it’s always recommended to consult with a doctor to make sure it is safe for you.
My physician has provided me with a diet. Can i replace it with this one?
There are many reasons why certain diets are prescribed the way they are, disease control is one of them. If your doctor already has you on a diet, you should stick to it as closely as possible and avoid altering your diets.
If i’m on medications, Will this diet affect how they work?
Some diabetes medications and blood thinners are affected by the foods you eat. So before you start the diet, ask your doctor if radically changing your diet may affect how your medications work.
Can i do this diet if i’m Pregnant?
Generally, Diets are not recommended during pregnancy. It is very normal to gain extra weight while you are pregnant. Attempting to lose weight during pregnancy may harm your fetus and may cause complications during pregnancy.
Can i try this diet, if i have a medical condition?
Radical changes in diet can affect those with certain medical conditions, you may be at risk if your medical conditions affect the GI tract: esophagus, mouth, intestines, stomach or if you have diabetes. It’s highly recommended to ask your doctor before starting this diet specially if you are already on a prescribed diet for your condition.
what should i do if i have started this diet, and felt sick after few days?
If as a result of this diet, you started to notice changes in your health, you should not continue with it, instead you should refer back to your prescribed diet (if you have one) and seek advice from your doctor. If you noticed severe symptoms, call 911.