HCG is an abbreviation for human chorionic gonadotropin, a hormone produced by the pituitary gland that enters the bloodstream during pregnancy. Women with fertility issues and those who experience difficulty conceiving or carrying a pregnancy to term are often prescribed injections of hCG, typically because their bodies don’t produce large enough quantities without intervention.
How Does it Work?
To take on the hCG diet, you’ll need to receive proper injections from a qualified practitioner at a healthcare clinic (Like AALI). The 500-calorie diet that accompanies each weekly injection is typically safe, if challenging, for most patients.Throughout the series of injections, you’ll benefit from the guidance and observation of trained healthcare professionals.
We’ll monitor your progress carefully to make sure you’re obtaining the nutrients you need and the treatments are working as they should. If you’re like most patients, you’ll safely and steadily watch the pounds disappear with no negative effects of any kind.
But the allowances and limitations of the hCG diet won’t work for you if have incompatible food sensitivities or requirements. You’ll also need to expect some of the side effects that come from calorie restriction, like fatigue or lightheadedness.
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