Sat, Jun 03, 2023
A recent survey has revealed 55% of Americans are regularly taking a prescription medicine.
Is it a coincidence then that millions of Americans are more tired and unhealthy than ever?
Dr. Theodore Diktaban, M.D., called one of the “Super Doctors” of New York City by the New York Times, doesn’t think so.
When new patients come to him complaining of exhaustion, the first thing he does is review their medical history to see if they're taking any of these four specific medications.
As Dr. Diktaban stresses to his patients, “people should never stop taking prescription medication without their doctor’s approval. However, if someone is feeling tired all the time, they should not only be talking to their physician about medications, but their diet as well.”
Knowing that millions of Americans are waking up exhausted each day, he took matters into his own hands to find a simple solution.
After much trial and error, the double-board certified surgeon finally made an incredible nutritional breakthrough. A weird, but precise, combination of foods eaten before bed allowed his patients to wake up with insane energy levels.
According to Dr. Diktaban, “Waking up tired, or feeling exhausted all day long is NOT normal. It can be a sign of much bigger health issues.”
Fortunately, not only does his unique combination of fatigue fighting foods target the root cause of low energy, but many other common and annoying symptoms many people deal with on a regular basis. Things such as brain fog, the “blues”, a sluggish metabolism, poor skin health and digestive issues.
With that in mind, Dr. Diktaban has created a brief and fast-paced presentation that reveals not only his food-based prescription for fighting fatigue, but also exposes one sinister veggie that is actually draining your energy.
This life-changing information is available free for a limited-time by clicking the link below.
The #1 Veggie Draining Your Energy »
Dr. Diktaban, a double-board certified surgeon and anti-aging expert with more than 30 years of experience working with everyday and celebrity clients alike, has appeared on major television programs such as The Dr. Oz Show, and is regularly featured in The New York Times as one of the “Super Doctors” of New York.