HCG Diet Using Self-administered Injections or Nasal Spray
IMPORTANT: Before you begin your HCG Diet, please read the following:
You must follow Dr. Simeons protocol for weight loss as outlined inhis manuscript "Pounds and Inches: A New Approach to Obesity". Please read it before you begin dieting. If you do not follow the Simeons protocol exactly, you may experience weight gain or plateaus.
This protocol consists of an initial consultation, examination, physician review, 40 day (one cycle) HCG prescription and a 127 page HCG guide including a complete copy of Dr Simeons’ Diet Plan
Additional cycles may be purchased. This includes a physician review of your medical condition based on the previous cycle plus the HCG prescription.
The HCG prescription can be shipped from our pharmacy, cold-packed, via UPS overnight delivery. The lab we use meets the USP 797 ISO Class 7 standards.
The Duration of Treatment (Injections or Nasal Spray)
Twenty to 40 pounds loss on a 40 day cycle is normal. Men generally lose weight faster than women.
Patients requiring the loss of more than 40 lbs. must have a second or even more courses. A second course can be started after an interval of not less than six weeks, though the pause can be more than six weeks.
The reason for limiting a course to 40 injections is that by then some patients may begin to show signs of HCG immunity. After 40 daily injections it takes about six weeks before this so called immunity is lost and HCG again becomes fully effective.
Human Chorionic Gonadotrophin
HCG produces little or no tissue-reaction, it is completely painless and in the many thousands of injections given, inflammatory or suppurative reaction at the site of the injection has not been observed. There are virtually no contraindications to the HCG method.
The diet used in conjunction with HCG must not exceed 500 Calories per day, and the way these Calories are made up is of utmost importance. Under the effect of HCG the obese body is always able to obtain all the Calories it needs from the abnormal fat deposits, regardless of whether it uses up 1500 or 4000 per day. It must be made very clear to the patient that he is living to a far greater extent on the fat which he is losing than on what he eats.
Many patients express a fear that they may be running out of vitamins or that the restricted diet may make them anemic. Physician can confidently relieve their apprehension by explaining that every time they lose a pound of fatty tissue, only the actual fat is burned up; all the vitamins, the proteins, the blood, and the minerals which this tissue contains in abundance are fed back into the body.