Sunday, 15 May 2016
How hCG is used in dieting
hCG (human Chorionic Gonadotrophin) is a biologically natural substance that is produced in abundance in women during pregnancy, at which time its purpose is to use stored fat to nourish the developing fetus–whilst preserving the mother’s muscle tone. When used for weight loss, hCG allows the body to mimic these effects on the body– allowing ready access to fat stores.
The use of hCG as a weight loss protocol was originally identified, researched and refined over many years by Dr. A.T.W. Simeons–a British endocrinologist who established a clinic in Italy in the 1950s, specialising in the treatment of clinically obese patients.
In his manuscript Dr Simeons outlines his clinical observations–amongst them the discovery that hCG is an effective treatment for fat loss when combined with a very low calorie diet (VLCD); the synergy of which allows the body to shift its source of energy from food to your stored fat reserves, to meet its nutritional requirements. Acting in this way, whilst undergoing an hCG Protocol weight loss cycle, the appetite reduces with no experience of hunger; such as you would certainly experience without the effect of hCG in your system.