Medical Disclaimer

As with all diet and fitness programs, consulting a Doctor or medical professional before starting is always a good idea. The information contained in eDiet101 is for educational and informative purposes only and is not intended to replace medical or professional advice.

Though diet and nutrition plans used to control metabolic disorders and disease can work, it is a very complicated science, and the information on eDiet101 is not to be used for this purpose. The purpose of our diet and fitness information is to help average healthy people reach your cosmetic fat loss and/or muscle building goals by educating you in proper nutrition, sleep and exercise guidelines.

No health or medical claims are made for this program. We do not warrant, lead, guide or in anyway want you to believe or expect that the nutritional and fitness information presented on eDiet101 will: cure, heal, or correct any illness, metabolic disorder, or medical condition.

The authors and contributors are not medical doctors, registered dietitians, certified clinical nutritionist or professional coaches. We are students of body mechanics and fitness principles, who have spent many years seeking to dispel fitness and nutritional myths and help average people transform there physical shape.

If you have diabetes, chronic hypertension, high blood cholesterol, cardiovascular disease, or any other medical condition or metabolic disorder requiring special nutritional considerations, we suggest you consult a health care professional with a clinical nutrition background (MD, RD, or CCN) for your special nutrition program.

A nutritional plan is not enough to be effective by itself. You must combine a great diet, a targeted exercise program, and rest to achieve the desired results. If you have been sedentary and are unaccustomed to vigorous exercise, you should obtain your physician’s clearance before beginning an exercise program.

The American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) recommends that apparently healthy individuals who are male and over 40 or female and over 50 to have both a physical exam and a diagnostic exercise test prior to starting a vigorous exercise program. A diagnostic exercise test and physical examination is also recommended in individuals of any age who exhibit two or more of the major coronary risk factors (smoking, family history of heart disease, elevated blood cholesterol, elevated blood pressure, and diabetes). Any individual with a known history of heart disease or other heart problems should be required to have a medical evaluation including a graded exercise test before engaging in strenuous physical activity.

By using these diet and fitness guidelines, you agree that you have read the above medical disclosure, you agree, and you will hold harmless the authors, contributors and publishers, and they shall have neither liability nor responsibility to any person or entity with respect to any of the information contained in this program. You (the user) assumes all risk for any injury, loss or damage caused or alleged to be caused, directly or indirectly by using any information described in this course.

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