Hcg Diet

Questions About Hcg Meals

August 31, 2011

George asks…

Can I take hcg drops when I wake up during the afternoon then before bed instead of before meals?

If not is there a way I can take them at another time then lunch because of school?

admin answers:

HcG has to be injected. What you are taking as “drops” is not going to do anything so you more or less wasted your money. Ie.. You got scammed

Paul asks…

What Are Some Recipieces That I Could Make To Stay Under or At the 500 Caloric Limit During The HCG Diet? ?

I just bought the HCG drops and want to start using them but I need some ideas of the kind of meals to eat that will keep me under or at the 500 Calorie limit per day. So if you’ve been on HCG before or have any tips about the do’s and dont’s that can be helpful to me I’d really appreciate it.
Thanks…

admin answers:

A 500 calorie per day diet is considered anorexic. Mix it with a hormone from pregnant women’s urine and you get a miracle diet!
All over the counter hcg products were announced as illegal and fraudulent by the FDA on January 24, 2011. Testing concluded that all over the counter oral and injection products on the market have little to no real hcg in them but most a similar synthetic hormone. I was in GNC last week. They carry three brands of hcg drops and not one of them has any hcg in them. The well trained salesman even admitted it when I mentioned it. They contained “similar hormones” or amino acids.
Sort of like I’m going to sell you this Toyota Prius but it is really a Ford Focus but we’re going to put a price tag on it that says it is a Toyota Prius. Excuse me?
Anyone that lost weight especially with the drops did it because they ate fewer calories than they burned. The hcg acted as the placebo to help them lose the weight.
The only approved use for hcg is to increase fertility in both men and women.
Next year will mark 60 years since this fraudulent science was started.
The doctors exploiting this benign hormone with the ability to prescribe injections can’t even agree on how it works. Some say it releases stored fat calories into the system. Others say it acts as an appetite suppressant.
Neither explanation justifies the weight loss in the individuals taking the oral drops with NO hcg in them that still lost weight. I am confident the hcg diet has a 95% failure rate just like every other controversial diet plan out there.
By the way, the expensive “clinical injections” are not covered by insurance since it is not FDA approved. What doctor wouldn’t want to get an “all cash” practice going?
Check out these clips before going further. Just aired a few weeks ago.

Http://www.doctoroz.com/videos/weight-loss-controversy-hcg-diet-pt-1

So the question is are you willing to risk your health based on testimonials, not research, and the statements from doctors in this all cash business?

Michael asks…

can I skip lunch on the hcg diet and eat my 500 cals at dinner?

I’m not always hungry at lunch, but am more hungry at dinner. Just curious if I can consume all my cals in one meal.

admin answers:

Yes , you can do this but it is not advised. Doing this too many days in a row can throw your body into starvation mode and cause you to experience severe hunger as well as throw off your metabolism. You are better off doing 250 for lunch and dinner and staying on that routine so your body will regulate.

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