Hormone Weight Loss

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HCG Diet Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Hormone Diet program and how does it work?
The hormone used in our program is a hormone naturally produced in the body. It has many functions and is used medically to treat a variety of conditions. It is the pregnancy hormone. This hormone allows the body to metabolize fat and use it as energy for both mother and fetus. This acts as a “fail-safe” mechanism when energy is needed immediately. For weight loss, we use only a very small amount of hormone to capitalize on this same mechanism. Using HCG in this way does not mimic pregnancy; in fact, it can be safely used by both men and women.

Is this diet Safe?
The hormone diet program is extremely safe. Women may experience very high levels during
pregnancy with no adverse affects. Currently there are no known established
clinical side effects to homeopathic remedies and medicines but as with any
diet we recommend that you consult with a doctor before starting this diet
and if you have any swelling, shortness of breath, dizziness or heavy
redness consult a doctor or medical professional immediately.

Does this hormone cause cancer?
Although hormone injections affect the body's naturally occuring hormones, they do not cause cancer. According to Drugs.com, this hormone can be injected for various reasons. Most commonly an injection will be given as part of a woman's fertility treatment. This hormone therapy will not only help induce ovulation but it will help maintain the corpus luteum, which produces the hormone progesterone. In adult males, an injection will increase sperm count. Hormone injections are also used to treat boys whose testicles have not descended normally into the scrotum. The dosage of such treatments are exceptionally higher than the minute amount given with this diet.

Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/article/16143-can-hcg-injections-cause-cancer/#ixzz0tVnuTxVg

Is the hormone diet safe for men?
The hormone used for this program is naturally present in men. It is found in every human tissue, including males, pregnant women, and non-pregnant women. Men get even faster results and tend to lose more weight than women.

If this hormone works so well for weight loss, why don’t pregnant women
lose weight?

This hormone works to mobilize fat for utilization by the body only when there is a significant decrease in calories and fat. For weight loss, a very low calorie diet of all the right foods is used to trigger this hormone to help rid the body of fat.

Will my metabolism slow down if I am on a very low calorie diet?
It is true that normally when cutting back on calories and fat, our body stores fat and our metabolism slows down. This happens because fat is really a life-saving source of stored energy. When a very low calorie diet is used in conjunction with the hormone, the hormone signals the body to used stored fat for energy, and will eliminate excess fat reserves. It is a natural process, so no ill effects on your metabolism will result. The Hormone keeps the body from going into starvation mode and holding onto fat as it resets your metabolism.

Wouldn’t I lose the same amount of weight eating a very low calorie diet without this hormone?
You can lose weight simply by eating fewer calories and fat, but because the body stores fat during times of deprivation, you will most likely lose muscle and bone before fat. This causes cellular metabolism to slow down, so in the long run, it would make gaining weight easier, as well as decrease bone density and muscle mass. Using this prescription hormone with the low calorie diet, extra fat is mobilized for energy and the rest is eliminated; the low calorie diet is vital in preventing immediate refilling of emptied fat cells. You benefit by preferentially getting rid of excess fat without affecting your bone & muscle. With HCG you can lose the weight quickly and keep it off!

The Hormone program diet is very low calorie, will I get hungry?
It is common to feel mild hunger during the first few days. This will pass and by the second week you will find your servings to be satisfying. Because this prescription hormone mobilizes fat and makes it available to the body as an energy source, it naturally reduces appetite. So even though you are taking in fewer calories, your body can access the energy you have stored in fat cells. Drinking lots of the green tea all day (we like the cold fruity sweet one sweetened with stevia) helps a ton as a natural appetite suppressant and your energy level. Overall, most people have plenty of energy and feel good while on the program.

Will this hormone interfere with any medications I am currently taking? What about birth control pills or Depo-Provera injections?
The prescription hormone and Homeopathic formulas do not interact with ANY medications, including birth control pills or Depo-Provera. Even though there are currently NO clinically proven side effects to our Prescription Hormone or the Homeopathic weight loss formula, as with any diet we do recommend consulting with your doctor to make sure this diet is for you.

Will I experience any changes in my menstrual cycle taking this prescription hormone?
Because the amount of Hormone is so small, there are no changes to your menstrual cycle. Likewise, the hormone will not affect your ability to become pregnant, nor will it increase your chances of getting pregnant. It is best to avoid starting this diet if you are within 5-6 days of your menstrual period. Wait until after your menstrual period is complete to start this diet. Once on the hormone and you have a menstrual cycle, you can maintain the diet.

What about pregnancy and taking this hormone?
If you are pregnant or become pregnant during the diet, stop taking the hormone and consult your physician.

Why are some people calling The Hormone Diet the “Weight Loss Cure”?
This prescription diet is also being called the “Weight Loss Cure” because after taking it for weight loss, it reprograms your body to use stored fat for energy when calories are reduced for a period of time. It helps you maintain your weight and not regain the pounds you lost.

How much weight can I expect to lose on the program?
Most people will lose 26 pounds on the 26 day program. Everyone is different. It depends on many factors including how much excess weight you have and how much needs to be lost. Often, people lose 7-14 lbs in the first week. You need to have at least 12 lbs to lose in order to do the 26 day program.

Does the weight loss slow down after the first two weeks?
Many times there is a large amount of weight loss in the first week, then a plateau or leveling off of weight loss. This does not mean that your weight loss has stopped. Typically, inches are being lost continuously while on the program, and after a period of time, patients will experience another large drop on the scale. Weight loss is thus achieved in this stair-step fashion.

Is it ok to skip a meal or protein at one of my meals?
No you don't ever want to skip any of your meals. Its important to eat all of your 500 calories and especially your protein so that you only lose fat and not muscle.

Can I exercise daily?
No exercise! Or if you must exercise, low key exercise only. You can do about 20 min. of walking a day and a few sit ups or push-ups if you feel that is needed. Exercise burns calories and therefore causes your hunger to increase. The combination of low calorie intake and exercise could cause your body to go into starvation mode. This can negatively impact your stamina and commitment to the diet. So take it easy. And remember, you will be losing fat. So when you do go back to the gym, it's a skinner, more energetic you!

Do I have to take vitamins while doing this diet?
You should take B12 everyday. This will increase with energy and increase your metabolism. Also a good Multi Vitamin helps, make sure it is sugar free and has no fat soluble ingredients like fish oils. Potassium is also good especially if you experience leg cramps (which can be common while on this diet). Calcium/magnesium combo is also a good one to take if needed.

Is it normal to get a headache during the first week?
Some people may experience light headaches during the first week, this is because your body is releasing fat cells very rapidly and you will be going through a major detox. You may take an Aspirin or Tylenol as long as it's not sugar coated.

Can I take this hormone longer than 26 days if I want to keep losing weight?
Yes! You can take them up to 40 days. After 40 days you must take a break for how many days you were on the drops before you start another session. This is to make sure your body doesn't become immune to the hormone. 21 days is the shortest amount of days and 40 is the longest you can do the drops. Just remember the last 3 days of your plan is no hormone and continue diet for 3 days until the hormone is flushed out of your body before going into maintenance. Exercise is encouraged once you start maintenance and are back to 1500-1700 calorie diet.

Can you split up your fruits and eat them when you want?
Yes, you can eat them for breakfast or as a snack. Most don't eat them with their meals so they will have a snack when they feel hungry. You get 2 fruits a day.

Can I wear makeup?
No lotions, moisturizers or liquid make-ups with oil. This diet program is very sensitive to oils, creams and fats. These could slow the weight loss process down; you only want it to target your stored fat. You can use any mineral makeup or pressed powders and of course oil free foundations are fine. Other types of eye makeup and lipstick are fine. Stay away from lip glosses and Chapstick. If your lips get dry the protocol says to use Carmex. It also says if needed you can use mineral oil (baby oil) if needed as a moisturizer. Alba makes a oil free moisturizer that is great for face and hands/arms.

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