HCG: Solution to unwanted weight gain

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HCG: Solution to unwanted weight gain

There are many reasons why people gain weight, and an increase in body fat commonly occurs due to too much daily calorie intake and unhealthy eating habits. It also includes food cravings which are difficult to control from time to time. Another factor is having little physical activities such as sports and exercises.

Plan and schedule your daily meals

In order to prevent or reduce unwanted weight gain, it is important to follow a meal plan. Stop consistently eating heavy meals and take note that quickly dropping the routine to tiny meals may cause shock to the body. As a solution, you can slowly reduce the amount of food intake until it reaches the required daily meal plan.


Go out, walk and sweat.

One of the main reasons why body fat accumulates is that there are no physical or active movements being done. You may prevent fat accumulation by slowly increasing phase onto an activity like walking. You may not know it but walking burns calories and it is recommended to have at least 30 minutes of walk everyday or equivalent to running for about 12 miles a week.

In the U.S. society, obesity arises because of the people not being able to follow the minimal level of physical activity that is essential to maintain body weight. As a result, there is an increase in the number of obese people.

Following the HCG diet

The HCG diet follows what is called VLCD or “Very Low Calorie Diet” which has a strict 500 calorie meal plan. Combined with daily injection of HCG, you may reduce up to 2 pounds a day.

In contrast with the so called HCG drops or many other useless weight loss substitutes, the combination of VCLD and HCG injections is recommended because upon injecting, the HCG hormones will pass from the oral mucosa into the bloodstream resulting to a better diet.

Let us help you with your diet and weight loss plan. To prevent unwanted weight gain, contact HCG today!

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