The human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG or HCG) is a multi-tasking hormone which manifests itself in huge quantities in a woman’s body in the first months of pregnancy. It is called a pregnancy hormone because of the broad role that it performs in ensuring the viability of the embryo. It directs essential glands to prepare the womb for safe and secure implantation, acting relentlessly to stimulate the release of substances needed to support the new life, and helping in the development of the placenta which will eventually provide all nourishment needed by the fetus at the end of the first trimester.
Among its multifarious roles, one function that has drawn much attention in recent years is HCG’s part in ensuring that a growing fetus will receive all the nutrients and calories needed for normal development, and this is almost independent of the nutrition being received by the mother in the early months of pregnancy.
If you have experienced craving for specific types of food, you must have realized that these aren’t just personal whims needing immediate gratification. Cravings are actually our body’s way of telling us what it really needs. If you’ve been wondering why people would crave for fatty foods, it could also be the body’s way of preparing itself for the rough times ahead. Women, for instance, tend to store the excess calories in unsightly areas like the hips, abdomen, buttocks, and thighs. In pregnancy and in the presence of HCG, these fat stores are released and directed towards the fetus for its nourishment. Thus, even in cases where a pregnant woman’s caloric consumption is inadequate to meet daily caloric requirement to support the needs of the growing fetus, the body will draw on reserved fats to provide the growing life with all the nutrients it needs to thrive.
HCG is a gonadotropin which helps stimulate genital development. It is used to treat boys who are experiencing late onset of puberty and underdeveloped reproductive organs. In his early researches, A. T. W. Simeons, a British doctor, observed that boys undergoing therapy for underdeveloped reproductive organs using HCG extracts also lose excess fats by consuming considerably less calories without experiencing hunger pangs. This has prompted him to do further studies on the potential use of HCG as a diet aid. He later developed a dietary regimen which supports a very restrictive diet with the use of HCG, promising daily weight loss of 1-2 lbs per day.
The HCG Diet Protocol, as it is now popularly known, involves the consumption of no more than 500 calories per day. On the average, sedentary adult women need 1,600 to 2,000 calories a day while inactive adult men need around 2,000 to 2,600 calories a day to support basic activities. When you consume only a fraction of the required calories, you are literally starving yourself and depriving the body of the nutrients it needs to stay healthy. The pitfalls of starvation diets are many: falling hair, nausea, fatigue, headache, diarrhea alternating with constipation, gallstones, etc. Many extreme dieters also experience gaining most of the weight back when they go off the diet.
In addition, the injection of the HCG hormone itself is known to cause mild to severe symptoms. Headaches, cramps, constipation, depression, restlessness, swelling, weight gain, edema, breast tenderness, and thinning hair are some of the mild effects of HCG. In rare cases, the hormone can cause ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome, a potentially life- threatening condition in which ovaries swell and spill fluid into the abdomen. This can lead to extreme abdominal pain, swelling, kidney failure, electrolyte imbalance, blood clots, and abnormal build up of fluid in the chest or abdomen.
Because the hormone is safe for pregnant women and the growing fetus, proponents of the HCG Diet Protocol popularized by Dr. Simeons defend the use of HCG as a safe and natural way to support rapid weight loss. In addition, the daily dose of 125 IU is only a small fraction of what is normally found in pregnant women.
Today’s HCG Diet Protocol is based on Dr.Simeons model, but with some refinements to make the weight loss safer, more effective, and permanent.
Moreover, HCG is now available in drops which are easier to administer than HCG shots. It is also safer because it doesn’t cause undesirable side effects that are linked to HCG injections. As for effectiveness, 125 IU of HCG drops have the same efficacy as 125 IU of HCG shots. Even better news is, HCG drops are cheaper than HCG shots because it is non-prescription and can be taken by the patient without supervision.
Our HCG Diet Protocol involves the intake of HCG drops making it one of the safest methods of achieving rapid weight loss. Our HCG drop is a sublingual mixture that is formulated to suppress appetite, making the restrictive diet more acceptable to the body. It is given in three equal doses, with the intake not exceeding the maximum dosage of 125 IU per day. The natural amino acids present in the hormone are fortified with more amino acids and Vitamin B Complex to stimulate and strengthen the body and raise the metabolic rate. There is absolutely no excuse not to lose those stubborn fats and excess weight faster with our system.
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