The new year is right around the corner and it’s time to seriously start thinking about improving your health.
Currently, more than two-thirds of American adults are considered to be overweight or obese. Dealing with these weight issues can be extremely tiring and when they become severe enough, they not only will cause other health problems, but they can ruin relationships, create anxieties, and negatively impact your overall quality of life.
Significantly improving quality of life and cutting down on obesity isn’t easy. There are hundreds of weight loss options out there but none of them are easy and all of them affect people differently. At any given moment in the U.S., about 50% of American adults are dieting, but so many of those dieting programs go unfinished or simply do not help. That’s why it’s so amazing when someone who is struggling with weight loss finds something that works a little better for them.
That’s where the HCG weight loss program comes in.
Dr. Albert Theodore William Simeons was the leading exponent of the weight loss dieting program based on human chorionic gonadotopin (HCG). In 1954, Dr. Simeons published a book called Pounds and Inches that goes into the diet and the various HCG supplies to get you started on your weight loss journey.
Here are a few HCG supplies to get you started:
- The dieting essentials — The HCG diet should consist of tea or coffee without sugar in the morning, 100 grams of beef, chicken, fish, or veal (with fat removed before cooking), a vegetable, a grissino breadstick, and an apple or some strawberries.
- An International Unit (IU) — An IU is the international standard of measurement for substances like hormones, biologicals, enzymes, and various fat-soluble vitamins.
- Potency test strips — These supplies are used to test the potency of HCG.
Knowing what HCG supplies to get you started is important, but you need to be careful as you attempt to get healthier as the new year approaches.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: It’s important to note that we are NOT medical professionals and can, in no way, provide medical advice. The only thing we can do is provide personal opinions, share stories and experiences, and state information. Please seek the advice of experienced doctors or medical professionals before beginning any dieting or weight loss program.