Filed under: HCG Diets- Q/A
I have been doing the HCG diet and following the 500 calorie guidelines and restrictions, I have definitely experienced the appetite suppression involved with taking the drops, and I have lost weight. Its driving me crazy, I want to eat a regular low calorie diet so I don’t have to feel nervous about working out on only 500 cals. What will happen if I just use the HCG drops for the appetite suppression it provides and choose my own regular low cal diet?
All over the counter HCG products were banned as fraudulent by the FDA three weeks ago.
The promoters (con artists) have no acceptable clinical evidence their “product” does what they claim it will.
Testing concluded that most of the products out there have little to no real HCG in them but contain a synthetic derivative of the hormone.
Anyone that lost weight 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.
The FDA will most likely allow the sell down of product and then put in a full blown ban with fines for failure to comply.
Look for the lawsuits to start against doctors for giving the shot form for anything other than fertility.
Next year will mark 60 years since this fraudulent science was started.
I don’t understand people buying the bad science that a hormone produced by pregnant women would cause weight loss.
All you ever hear about is women trying to lose the weight they put on why they were pregnant.
You will put all the weight back on as soon as you stop the calorie deficit. The HCG is irrelevant.