hCG / hhCG Facts

  1. There is no actual hCG in the homeopathic hhCG. None. It’s just expensive water and alcohol.
  2. The amount of hCG in the injections is insignificant and will not cause any effect on the body whatsoever. This was confirmed by an alleged doctor that prescribes hCG.
  3. The injectable hCG is RX, which means that a prescription is required. Many “internet doctors” provide the prescription and the hCG to anybody willing to pay for it. Nobody knows where the injectable substance is manufactured or what it actually contains. While there might be a “store front” with a US address, the substance is most likely originating from overseas. And people trust these “doctors” with something they inject into their body?
  4. hCG pellets may contain hCG but hCG can not be absorbed orally.
  5. Any effect from the hCG/hhCG is a pure placebo effect.
  6. Weight loss is a result of following a 500 calorie starvation diet.
  7. Lack of hunger is due to heavy ketosis from a starvation diet.
  8. The ridiculous rules about avoiding all contact with fat (including lotions) in Simeon’s protocol are groundless. Fat can not be absorbed into the blood stream via the skin.
  9. The ridiculous rules about how to handle the homeopathic drops are just that; ridiculous. Avoid proximity to electricity? Why? The bar codes on bottles and packages have been scanned many times in the delivery process. What difference is a little more electricity going to make?
  10. The alleged “reset of your metabolism” does not occur any more with hCG as compared to any other diet. Just read any hCG forum for a while to see how difficult is is to maintain any weight loss.
  11. Weight regain when increasing calories is more than likely. Only by being very vigilant and staying strict lowcarb can a dieter hope to keep the weight loss achieved during the starvation cycle of the diet. For while, at least.
  12. Binges among hCG dieters are common. The body doesn’t respond well to extended starvation and sooner or later “willpower” alone will not be enough.
  13. If following protocol with extended “maintenance” periods between the starvation cycles, the weight loss is no greater than to just follow a standard Atkins’ lowcarb diet.

I just wish people would stop looking for a magic pill and pay scammers in the process. As a rule, a quick weight loss is always followed by an even quicker weight regain. Find a diet that is sustainable in the long run. Starvation is not a good thing and may cause irreversible damage.

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Comments

you are so full of it. Every single one of your statements is WRONG. Do some research before you even say any of the things above.

Agree with angeel all those statement are false. Gets your facts straight before you talk. Maybe you tried it and didn’t have willpower and gained. There’s alot of people out there with success stories. Just cause you don’t have one to share doesn’t mean everyone else is the same

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