Effective weight- loss and diabetes recovery now available nationwide Topeka doctor launches e-learning course.

Center for Health Information inc. today released a new online course on Using the New Hippocratic Diet®. For over 5 years, people struggling with overweight have found the New Hippocratic Diet®, taught by Dr. Irving Cohen in Topeka, effective when previous attempts to lose weight or control type 2 diabetes were unsuccessful. Now, those outside the Topeka area can share this experience through an inexpensive online course. This course, available at www.Learn2Diet.com provides necessary information, wherever the learner is located, whether they are dieting in privacy or under the supervision of a health-care professional. It complements the series of books on the New Hippocratic Diet® published by Center for Health Information. Successful dieters have found they can lose weight without diet pills, surgery or dangerous supplements, enjoying smaller portions of food they prepare themselves, without the hunger that sabotages most diet plans. Some have lost hundreds of pounds. Many have been able to reduce their medications, while improving chronic medical problems. Dr. Cohen is a board-certified physician, trained in Preventive Medicine at Johns Hopkins University, Bloomberg School of Public Health, where he served as Chief Resident of Preventive Medicine.

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