Wednesday, July 8, 2015

My Newest weight Loss Trial - HCG Ultra Drops

SO I have a 2 week supply and I'm finally getting a chance to try it out- I'll let you know how it goes!

The Science behind HCG
In the 1950’s Dr. A.T.W. Simeons, M.D. was looking for a cure for obesity. His research on this subject spanned over 16 years mostly from his lab in Italy whereby he found what many call the ‘Holy Grail’ of weight loss – he founded the research that lead to HCG weight loss. Dr. Simeons found that given the right circumstances people could lose as much as 1 pound of pure fat per day. Not lean muscle or water weight but fat weight. Most people thought it crazy to lose 1 pound per day and still be healthy. It’s true, Dr. Simeons was not only able to prove his theories of weight loss but also show in clinical peer review scientific documents that it is possible for the average person to lose 1 pound per day and still function at optimal levels.  Over the years, other doctors began studying Dr. Simeons' unique protocol and taking it back with them to different parts of Europe and even into the United States starting in the 1970’s. Most came to the same conclusion, which was that people were not just losing pounds and inches, but they were able to keep it off using the HCG program.How does it work?How you ask?  The answer is in understanding how the body uses food and stores it.  The human body has three kinds of fat. The first is the structural fat, which fills the gaps between various organs, a sort of packing material. Structural fat also performs 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. The second type is called the normal fat reserve.  The normal fat reserve is drawn upon when the nutritional income from the intestinal tract is insufficient to meet the demand.  Such normal reserves are localized all over the body. Fat is a substance, which packs the highest caloric value into the smallest space so that normal reserves of fuel for muscular activity and the maintenance of body temperature can be most economically stored in this form. Both these types of fat, structural and reserve, are normal, and even if the body stocks them to capacity this can never be called obesity. The third type of fat is abnormal fat. It is the accumulation of abnormal fat that is found in people who are obese or whom are extremely overweight. This abnormal fat is also a potential reserve of fuel, but unlike the normal reserves it is not available to the body in a nutritional emergency. The reason the abnormal fat is significant is that it is normally the hardest to lose. Typical dieters will lose normal fat reserves first and then move onto the structural fat. By the time people get to the point that they can target the abnormal fat, they have become too week and too hungry and don’t quite get there.How is HCG fat loss like Money?If you look at it like money, abnormal fat is a non-liquid asset and reserve fat is like cash or a liquid asset.  Your body can use reserve fat immediately on demand as needed much like you can use your cash. But abnormal fat, sometimes referred to as stubborn fat, cannot be accessed on demand.  There is a special process that must occur in order for you to access your abnormal fat and use it.  Much like the process you must go through to access non-liquid assets, be it the selling of stocks and bonds or even selling real estate property.  In these latter cases your money is tied up and not immediately accessible.  Hypothalamus Signaling?What is Hypothalmus signaling? Signaling happens as a result of a low calorie diet and the HCG hormone.  HCG signals the hypothalamus to release accumulated fat stores when combined with a low calorie diet.  These deposits typically reside around the belly, hips, and thighs.  This is why the HCG diet is ideal for both men and women.  It attacks fat not lean muscle. Find Out More Here

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