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HCG use and misuse

(The following is a dramatization.)

Tom wanted to lose a lot of weight quickly. He had heard good things about human chorionic gonadotropin, or hCG. It was supposed to help the body lose fat without losing muscle, at the rate of up to a pound a day. He decided it would be cheaper to buy pills over the counter, rather than commit to a weight loss program monitored by experts. The pills he bought were advertised as homeopathic. Tom did not actually know what that meant, but it sounded vaguely medical and he was pretty sure he had heard it used by some doctorish-looking people on TV, which was good enough for him. He tried to stick to the 500-calorie-a-day diet, but it made him furiously hungry for the first few days and sick and listless after that. What Tom did not know was that the pills he was taking contained none of the active ingredient that would let him maintain a normal level of activity on this diet. He gave up after a week.

Tom was luckier than Jane, who also wanted to try hCG weight loss. She ordered pills online from a supplier in another country. The pills did contain human chorionic gonadotropin, but they also contained something else — something rather toxic. After a few days on the pills, she began to feel very sick and show the symptoms of jaundice. After a stay in the hospital and a biopsy, Jane learned she was suffering from liver damage. The good news was that she would survive, and her liver would return to normal function within a week or so. The bad news was that her health insurance would not cover this unfortunate incident.

Susan was also interested in hCG weight loss. She found a HCG weight loss program in Matthews, NC designed by experts, with medicine of guaranteed effectiveness and purity. There were weekly injections and a guidebook that included a low-calorie menu. She found she actually liked some of the meals, and she was able to go about her day normally while her body burned fat to keep up. The staff at the weight loss clinic carefully monitored her for side effects of rapid weight loss. In 43 days, she lost 37 pounds. The staff used the FDA-approved Medgem, which Susan remembered seeing on The Biggest Loser, to calculate her new metabolic rate so that she would know exactly how much to eat and exercise every day to keep the pounds from coming back on.

Be like Susan.

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