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What To Look For When Purchasing HCG Drops

The HCG Drops have allowed hundreds of thousands of people reach their weight loss goals and keep the weight off.  HCG is a hormone that is produced by pregnant women.  It stands for Human Chorionic Gonadatropin and it allows your body to pull extra calories from your excess fat when combined with a low calorie diet.  It also resets your hypothalamus which will allow your body to renew your metabolism so you naturally keep the weight off instead of gaining it back once you stop dieting. Although the diet is very strict, following a specific 500 calorie diet for a minimum of 24 days is worth it because of the long term results.

Different HCG Drops On The Market

However, not all HCG is created equal. In fact, not all HCG contains HCG at all. There are several types of HCG drops. The original HCG is a once a day injection that requires a prescription. You have to go through a doctor when dieting with the injections.  If you get them online, or without a prescription then it is not only illegal, but most likely dangerous (coming from out of the country where they do not process the HCG correctly).  If you would like to avoid the Dr’s high prices you can use the sublingual HCG drops.  With the drops you get the same amount of HCG as you would with the injections, but instead of a high dose given once a day, you take a small dose 6 times a day while following the same diet protocol and seeing the same amazing results (1/2 to 2 lbs of weight loss per day).

The Correct HCG Drops Dosage

When purchasing your HCG drops it is important that your drops contain the actual hormone Human Chorionic Gonadatropin and in the correct dilution. 6X,12X,30X,60X is recommended (this dilution is not further diluted by adding water to the drops to get the correct dose).  Many companies claim that alcohol will kill the HCG however, if it is a USP grade alcohol it will actually extend the life of the hormone (it is used in the medical field for this purpose) which will allow you to keep your drops at room temperature instead of needing to refrigerate your drops.  When ordering HCG drops they may also contain some added amino acids to help maximize weight loss (digestive enzymes) which are: Arginine 3X,12X,30X L-Carnitine 3X,12X, 30X, Ornithine 3X, 12X, 30X.  However there should be no additional ingredients listed on your bottle. The more ingredients listed the poorer the quality of HCG.

The FDA has been discussing banning HCG for several years now because they cannot regulate it.  In order to prevent bad HCG products from being available on the market they have to shut down all HCG products. However, they have not made a final ruling on this so HCG drops are still available.  However, it is up to you to ensure you are getting the high quality product. To do this, only buy from a reputable company who has an FDA regulated lab in the USA which is GMP certified for consistent quality and who offers a money back guarantee. There are many products that come from out of the country which may not process the HCG correctly, which can be dangerous since it is a human hormone plus if the HCG is not viable then you would be setting yourself up for a starvation diet which is very unhealthy.

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*The dietary information provided by Your HCG is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any illness or to provide medical advice. We are not medical doctors and we do not prescribe medication. As with any weight loss program, individual results may vary. If you have any questions about the relationship between nutrition and supplements, we recommend that you seek advice of a qualified and licensed health practitioner. Our opinions are based on literature and research by a variety of medical doctors, naturopathic physicians, biochemists, and other professional researchers. HCG drops and the HCG diet is not approved by the FDA for weight loss. Your HCG is manufactured in an FDA licensed and approved laboratory for safety. You are encouraged to make your health care decisions based on your own research and the advice of a qualified health care professional.