<![CDATA[Blog]]> http://www.hcgonlinesource.com/blog/ Tue, 26 May 2015 15:25:15 +0000 Zend_Feed http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss <![CDATA[Positive Side Effects of HCG]]> http://www.hcgonlinesource.com/blog/positive-side-effects-of-hcg/ There is plenty of controversy surrounding the HCG diet craze, with naysayers and opponents arguing against the success many have had on the diet. And as with all supplements, there may be some negative side effects. But not many people know about some of the reported positive side effects of the HCG plan.


HCG is a hormone produced by the placenta in women who are pregnant. For years now, it has been produced synthetically for fertility treatments and certain other medical treatments. The HCG hormone helps make necessary hormonal changes in the woman’s body for the benefit of the pregnancy and helps in the development of the embryo. Interestingly, HCG can also facilitate the development of more male or female sex hormones.


HCG is produced in a lab, under sterile conditions, and is not extracted from pregnant women’s urine as some have laughingly proposed. Drops, injections, and creams are created with the HCG hormone once the hormone is fully developed.


Many individuals on the HCG program describe some surprising added benefits they weren’t expecting. Some have talked about increased energy and metabolism. Others have talked about stabilizing their blood sugar. Migraines have subsided in some users of the diet. And with all the risks inherent in obesity, losing the weight can reduce these risks while increasing confidence and self-esteem.


Recently there was a Fox News Report on a study that linked HCG to a reduced risk of breast cancer. And some individuals with high blood pressure have experienced better control as they lose the weight. Of course exercise is important to a healthy body and mind and should be a part of any weight loss program, along with drinking plenty of water and getting proper rest. With that, the HCG diet offers rapid weight loss and many additional benefits.


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