THE HCG DIET

THE HCG DIET

The HCG DIET, which has been used successfully since the 1950s, is having an unparalleled upswing in popularity again over the past couple of years.  In my practice it is typical to see requests for this protocol to triple at this time of year when people are looking for a rapid weight loss method that works in anticipation of Summer's outdoor activities.

HCG, or Human Chorionic Gonadotropin, is a hormone that increases to a very high level during pregnancy.  When given in much smaller doses over a 28 to 40 day duration of the Diet program, it enables a patient to maintain a very restricted caloric intake without experiencing the degree of hunger they otherwise would.  It is also believed to help mobilize unhealthy fat and reset one's metabolism for lasting results.

If you are one of the many people who are frustrated by minimal weight loss despite rigorous dieting and strenuous exercise, or if you have typically regained lost weight and then some following other diets, you may want to consult your practitioner about the HCG Diet Program.  Read on for additional information and feel free to give me a call if you'd like to find out if this protocol is for you.

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LOOK YOUR BEST FAST -- A HOLIDAY MIRACLE FROM ME TO YOU

LOOK YOUR BEST FAST -- A HOLIDAY MIRACLE FROM ME TO YOU

Do you have those stubborn problem areas such as "love handles", muffin top, double chin, that no amount of incessant dieting or rigorous exercise ever seems to decrease?  Do you find the prospect of surgery or other invasive procedure too risky and frightening, or just too expensive?  Then you've landed on the right page.  Read on for details of my new CoolSculpting technology and find out how to join us for an exclusive event on Monday, November 16, 2015.

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Find out about 5 things that are making you fat – and they have nothing to do with your diet or exercise!

1. Obesogens

What in the world is an obesogen?! An obesogen is a substance or chemical that interferes with our normal fat metabolism, thus contributing to weight gain in some people.  This includes a wide variety of chemicals such as certain medications like SSRI antidepressants, plastics such as water bottles and coffee cup lids, receipts, processed foods, skin care products, packaged foods, and non-stick cookware.  These are chemicals that we are exposed to on a daily basis multiple times.  It is fascinating to look at the correlation between the raising obesity rates and the increased exposure of these obesogens over the past few decades.  Scary, Larry!

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