Oxytocin Now Found to Help Diet Doc Patients Whose Weight Has Gotten out of Control Due to Emotional Eating Disorders

Jersey City, NJ (PRWEB) April 17, 2015

Oxytocin is a natural hormone that is stored in the posterior pituitary and thought to help mothers bond to their newborn, as well as strengthening bonding between couples. To further substantiate this, new studies performed, at NYU Langone Medical Center in NY, published in the journal, Nature, and reported by Medical News Today on April 16, 2015, reveals that oxytocin does have a powerful influence over maternal social behavior. The study reveals that, when oxytocin was injected into the brains of mice, social information processing was increased in the left auditory cortex, prompting female mice to respond to distress signals from young mice who had strayed from their nest. Senior study author, Dr. Robert Froemke, states “Our findings redefine oxytocin as something completely different from a ‘love drug,’ but more as an amplifier and suppressor of the brain’s neural signals”. http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/292380.php Because of oxytocin’s potential to effect the brain’s cortex, new research also shows that, when used as a weight loss aid to complement a medically supervised diet plan, oxytocin can help those who have struggled with their weight due to emotionally driven appetite, hunger and fear-induced eating disorders.

Diet Doc’s medically supervised oxytocin forces the body to release its own natural hormone during times of stress and anxiety when the urge to overindulge or reach for comfort foods is at its peak while also having an effect on the appetite by suppressing sugar intake, perhaps by reducing the thrill and reducing the emotional reward derived from food. Qualified patients whose weight has gotten out of control due to emotional eating disorders will consult online with one of Diet Doc’s specially trained physicians who may recommend enhancing their nutritionist-designed diet plans with oxytocin for a faster and more comfortable transition.

While there are various methods of oxytocin delivery, most experts feel that intranasal spray is superior to oral or sublingual dosing because it provides a non-invasive route for drugs with poor systemic bioavailability after oral administration, causes minimal discomfort, is easy to use and typically results in higher patient compliance. Patients are encouraged, however, to ensure the safety and effectiveness of oxytocin spray, by ascertaining that the drug is formulated by an FDA approved compounding pharmacy to ensure purity and potency.

Having demonstrated its potential to positively influence weight loss for those who suffer emotional eating disorders, Diet Doc recently incorporated oxytocin to their already impressive stable of diet products and healthy living supplements and has helped people throughout the country safely, comfortably and rapidly lose excess fat. They urge those who are struggling to lose excess fat to call today.

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