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Lose Weight With Dr. Oz: The 2011 Move it And Lose It Plan

America’s favorite doctor, Dr. Oz, best known for his appearances on the Oprah Winfrey show, unveiled a new plan for weight loss today.  His  “2011 Move It & Lose It” weight loss plan,  is an 11-week diet and exercise program, customized by Dr. Oz and sponsored by Nike and Sharecare.  

Dr. Oz has tailor-made the plan to curtail many of the common diet detractors that derail most diet programs.  With a focus on healthy snack offerings, the support of web-based personal trainers, and personalized exercise plans, the “Move it and Lose It” plan has been carefully created to be, as Dr. Oz calls it, A “Resolution Revolution,” turning hard-to-stick-to goals into realistic steps to lasting change.

Here’s what you can expect from the Dr. Oz “Move It & Lose It” plan, including how and where to sign up, get started, and start making your resolutions a reality.

WHAT IS THE MOVE IT & LOSE IT PLAN?

Listen to Dr. Oz himself describe the Move It & Lose It Plan via video on his website.

HOW MUCH WEIGHT CAN I EXPECT TO LOSE ON THE PLAN?

The Dr. Oz plan isn’t a quick, fad weight loss plan.  The amount of weight loss will vary from participant to participant. While on it, you will recieve expert support, advice, tips, and recommendations designed to put you on the road to true change, developing healthy habits that will remain with you long after the inital 11-week plan.

WHERE CAN I SIGN UP FOR THE DR. OZ MOVE IT & LOSE IT PLAN?

Sharecare, one of the sponsors of the 2011 Dr. Oz weight loss plan, has a simple sign-up form.

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