Frequently Asked Question’s about HCG
Today, 65% of Americans (over 160 million people) are overweight or obese and the numbers continue to increase.
The average American diet consists of white flour, white sugar and high fat.
Most people eat less than 3 meals a day.
Most weight loss programs and diets fail.
The reason most diets fail is that…
- With weight loss and fat loss there is a loss of lean muscle…
- The lean muscle loss will slow metabolism
- A slow metabolism will result in gaining weight back and more of it
- The more you diet, the more difficult it is to lose weight!!!
There are three types of fat
- Structural fat
- Normal fat (the “checking account”)
- Abnormal fat (the “money market”)
Structural fat fills the gaps between organs, a sort of packing material. It performs such important functions as bedding the kidneys in soft elastic tissue, protecting the coronary arteries and keeping the skin smooth and taut. It also provides the springy cushion of hard fat under the bones of the feet, without which we would be unable to walk.
Normal fat is the normal reserve of fuel which the body can freely draw upon when the nutritional income from the intestinal tract is insufficient to meet the demand of the body. Let us term this the “checking account”. We make deposits and withdrawals. Normal fat packs the highest caloric value into the smallest space for muscular activity and the maintenance of body temperature. These reserves are located all over the body.
Abnormal fat is the reason people are obese. It is like the “money market”. You can make deposits but not withdrawals. Unlike the normal reserves, it is not available to the body in a nutritional emergency. It is entirely abnormal and is the fat least likely to respond to typical diets.
Most commonly asked question:
Would I lose the same amount of weight without taking HCG? Answer. Most likely–no. That is because very low calorie diets without HCG cause the body to go into “famine” mode to preserve, not burn, fat. Very low calorie diets without HCG do the following: Loss of precious lean muscle mass Decreased metabolism from muscle loss Increased hunger Increased irritability Increased fatigue Lack of energy
What happens in starvation diets?
When overweight people try to reduce by starving themselves they will first lose normal fat reserves (the “checking account”). When normal fat is exhausted, they begin to burn up structural fat. Lastly, abnormal fat reserves (the “money market”) will eventually begin to burn.
The obese person usually feels so weak and hungry that the diet is abandoned. They will complain that they feel famished and tired and their face becomes drawn and haggard, but their belly, hips, thighs and upper arms show little improvement. The fat they have come to detest stays on and the fat that they need to cover their bones and pad their organs gets less and less. Their skin wrinkles and they look old and miserable. This is one of the most frustrating and depressing experiences a human being can have.