|06-03-2014, 09:57 AM||#1|
| wareen80 |
Rank: New Member
Join Date: Jun 2014
Need more info about hcg diet plan.
My name is warren and I am 30 years of age. I am an owner of one small business in New York. Most of the time I need to work more than 70 hours in a week. So I do not have enough time to exercise in the morning or even in the evening.
My height is 5.7 and my weight is 280 Ibs. I would like to lose my extra weight. I tried in different ways but failed. Although I did consult with my doc and she suggested maintaining a certain workout routine, but it is not possible for me due to my heavy load in my business. I like to take supplement instead of maintaining daily workout routine. I heard lots about supplements and my knowledge is mix about supplements. Some says taking supplements are not good for health, while others say they are risk free.
I am in dilemma right now. Recently I heard about Human Chorionic Gonadotropin. This is popularly known as hcg diet. I went through their website and it says that one British doctor named Dr. Simeons researched and invented hcg diet protocol. According to their website, hcg diet drops are used under the tongue in order to lose weight. It suggests that hcg diet has no side effects as hcg diet is used under the tongue not into your body directly.
I like to know more about hcg diet plan and I also like to know more about hcg diet recipe. Did anyone use this hormone or any kind of oral hormone before in order to lose weight?
I also read couple of reviews and maximum reviews are good enough, but before using this hormone, I would like to know details about it. Did anyone use this before? If not please suggest me which supplements should I use in order to reduce my weight?
|06-21-2014, 11:36 AM||#2|
| Kevsworld |
Experience: 10+ Years
Join Date: Apr 2009
Location: Manila, Philippines
It is a complete waste of time. Most of what I've seen on the HCG diet has you on really low calories (too low). And HCG itself doesn't do anything for you--it's a scam and anyone who says otherwise is trying to make money off of a bogus supplement.
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