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    Discussion in 'Diet & Nutrition' started by laxgoaliesrhs, Feb 29, 2012.

    1. laxgoaliesrhs

      laxgoaliesrhs Well-Known Member

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      Hello all~!

      My girl and I are going to jump on and do the HCG Diet, I ordered the products from Trimnutrition and yes they are the legit real deal. We're not fat or hugh but I do have to admit that I am only about 5'06 and I weight almost 180lbs my girl is about 5'08 and she weighs about 140lbs etc not quite sure but in my eyes she's perfect but you know how woman's are their never happy even if I tell her that she's beautiful everyday. Anyway, looking to shed about 20lbs myself and her about 15lbs or so.


      Has anyone tried this diet? and lastly NO, we won't be restricted to just 500 calories a day!

      Looking for experience on this topic, pro's and con's but please don't flame us! lol

      Thanks to all in advance!
       
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      fa2nzg Well-Known Member

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      No flaming but I've never heard anything good about this diet. Why this one? If not 500, how many cals will you be eating?
       
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      very bad idea... but if you're not doing the 500cal thing, then it's not the hcg diet, only way to help you guys out, as with EVERY nutrition situation is to tell us what you eat, how much of it and when, if you want, include the why's...
       
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      This "diet" works for some and does not for others. I would say is works for very few. Without the 500cal restriction, not sure how u expect results, that is where the weight loss will come from.
       
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      Better off with a keto diet,
       
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      BLTC
       
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      I'm doing it through my nutritionist doctor who is a license doctor, not just some random clinic. 500 Calories is too restrictive and I have a very physical job that requires "some" calories or better said energy. I will be eating 4 times a day, fruit in the am, light lunch, fruit mid afternoon and light dinner. I can't go over 3 or 4 ounces of protein "meat" I have to have a source of veggie and a tiny source of carbs "Melba toast" no lotions or creams in my body for the duration of the treatment and keep myself hydrated constantly. I won't be able to workout, cardio etc so I have to be careful with my energy storage. Also, I will be doing 2X a week Vit B12 and B Complex shots. My doctor will be monitoring everything.

      So any other advise or suggestion? Thanks
       
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      Sounds like a great way to lose weight... Which will include muscle loss. Why did you pick this particular method of losing weight?
       
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      That doctor should have his license revoked, I've posted enough studies in the past to show hcg has no effect on weight loss and a 500cal diet or anything super restrictive is not healthy nor sustainable. Sure some medical professionals perscribe 800 cal or lower diets to some severely obese in extreme cases but the hcg should never be included in this.

      http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/arti...00004-0042.pdf

      That should be about all the proof needed hcg does NOT contribute to fat/weight loss.
       
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