Dr. Tro’s Medical Weight Loss & Direct Primary Care is proud to announce a partnership with DietDoctor.com. All new patients and clients who enroll with the practice will receive a membership to the website.
“DietDoctor is the most comprehensive site for all things keto and low carb. It has been an indispensable resource to me personally, and I am so happy we can now share their amazing content with our clients and patients,” states Dr. Tro. “I am continually amazed at the depth and breadth of information they provide in their signature easy-to-understand style.”
Patients and clients new to Dr. Tro’s practice will gain full access to the site’s meal plans, planners, extensive recipes, low-carb guides, online community, and over 500 low-carb videos. Diet Doctor states as one of its goals to empower people around the world with trustworthy information about health. To that end, the site eliminates all potential conflicts of interest and does not show any ads, take industry money or sell any products. “That is a level of integrity that I fully support and am honored to be a part of,” says Dr. Tro.
Current patients who are interested in a DietDoctor.com membership should contact the office to inquire about enrollment.
Amy Eiges is a health coach and reformed chronic dieter who is passionate about helping others recover from the diet-binge-gain-shame cycle she struggled with for years. Since discovering a ketogenic and low-carb lifestyle, she has lost over 200 pounds and has both reversed pre-diabetes and resolved lifelong depression. “When I was just starting out, facing 200 pounds to lose seemed insurmountable, and the idea I would ever be where I am now was unfathomable. Know this: I am not extraordinary. I just finally got the right advice, put one foot in front of the other and didn’t look back. I know now that it can be done, but after battling this war for 40 years I had lost hope that it was really, truly possible. I am living proof that it is.”
Read more about Amy’s story and struggles with food addiction and chronic dieting (“I Am Not Broken”).