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  • in reply to: Fighting Obesity to Fight Covid-19 #900

    The toughest part of the HCG diet is managing your hunger. and what’s scary about it is that you can’t have a cheat day while doing it. Otherwise, you might lose your weeks of progress in one day

    in reply to: Fighting Obesity to Fight Covid-19 #890

    Doing the HCG is really intended for people who are too busy or too lazy to do exercise. If you have a healthy lifestyle, i don’t think you’ll be needing anything from HCG. Just control your calorie intake. It’s just like doing the hcg diet but at least you can still eat more and go to the gym.

    in reply to: Fighting Obesity to Fight Covid-19 #803

    Apple day is only being able to eat 6 apples the entire day. As for the steak day, you could only have water the entire day and would only be able to eat during dinner. That is when you would have a steak for dinner.

    in reply to: Fighting Obesity to Fight Covid-19 #780

    If your body starts craving for more food, it means that your body is spending more energy than it could get. Reduce your workout routines when that happens. it’s just until you finish the hcg program anyway.

    in reply to: Fighting Obesity to Fight Covid-19 #765

    You won’t have enough energy for gym routines. Remember that you are in a 500 calorie diet. Your meals are extremely limited to accommodate your body’s muscle growth and recovery. You may end up getting more hungry and not being that hungry is what the HCG is for in the first place

    in reply to: Fighting Obesity to Fight Covid-19 #742

    They’re just all the same. Just let you hunger be your way to measure your dose. A little hunger is fine. but being too hungry is not.. go adjust your dose.

    in reply to: Fighting Obesity to Fight Covid-19 #734

    The manuscript by Dr Simeons says that you should take it at 125 IU. However, the dosage also varies from person to person. because there are some people who still experience insufferable hunger while going through the program. If that’s the case you may want to add or reduce your dosage. You may try dosages between 125-200. which ever you prefer. You may try going up from 125 or go down from 200. I don’t recommend taking in more than 200 IU.

    in reply to: Fighting Obesity to Fight Covid-19 #721

    If you are buying online, they are usually sold from overseas, I would suggest you buy stocks which are good for 4 months. Just to be sure that you have all you need. You don’t wanna stop your progress midway.

    in reply to: Fighting Obesity to Fight Covid-19 #713

    I lost more than 32 lbs after using it for 2 months. no exercises

    in reply to: Fighting Obesity to Fight Covid-19 #698

    i have a good friend who died from covid19, to say that it isn’t real is a disrespect to her struggle and battle against the virus. This is not acceptable

    in reply to: Fighting Obesity to Fight Covid-19 #655

    i tried it and im still using it every now and then. Helps you a lot in losing those target weight. the diet experience will be quite nasty at first but you’ll be fine once you get use to it. and you get your eating habit adjusted even after you stop using it. If you ever stray from your diet again. Just do the program again.

    in reply to: Planning for the Next Round #284

    Okay, thanks! Oh, another question, do I still have to follow the 2 pound rule when I get to P4?

    I really want to this right. I was a bit hesitant when I first started this HCG diet but after having significant loses this 1st round, I’m excited for round 2.

    in reply to: Planning for the Next Round #282

    Hi, I am now at the 2nd week of P3 and would like to do a round 2 after the recommended 6 weeks break. How do I do this? Do I extend my P3 to 6 weeks?

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