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Dr. Travis Stork introduces 'The Doctors Diet' weight-loss plan


Examiner.com, United States - December 11, 2013

Dr. Travis Stork introduces 'The Doctors Diet' weight-loss plan
Examiner.com

Diet -- “it's a four-letter word that stirs up a lot of emotion,” Dr. Travis Stork said, referring to the “D word” on today's episode of “The Doctors.” But despite that, and perhaps to un-demonize the word, he has written a new weight-loss book and

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