HCG Drops Grab Celebrity Attention
Jersey Shore star Jenni Farley “JWoww” reports using HCG drops to lose weight when she hit it big on the New Jersey-based MTV reality show.
“My girlfriend lost 40 pounds in 6 weeks on the plan,” she reported, noting that her girlfriend had previously tried everything to lose weight without success. “So I thought if it worked for her, it would work for me.”
Anyone who has seen Farley on camera in her string bikini can attest that HCG drops worked for her. She’s not the only one. Ms. Montana winner Janet Bierer used HCG drops from HealthyHCG.com to help overcome a serious weight loss plateau. She quickly lost 18 pounds to reach her goal weight for the Ms. U.S. Continental Beauty Pageant for 2010. Rumors also point to the HCG diet as the catalyst behind Britney Spears’ new body, resulting in a big comeback even after giving birth to twins.
The HCG drops diet is gaining more celebrity attention than ever due to its immediate results and lack of serious side effects. This reflects growing concern about more drastic and invasive procedures such as HCG injections and weight loss surgeries that more commonly result in serious, undesirable side effects.
HCG drops act quickly to help dieters lose the pounds. “HCG stands for human chorionic gonadotropin,” said Milt Rose, RN, from HCG drops pioneer HealthyHCG.com. “It’s a natural substance produced by pregnant women to provide the baby with a constant source of nourishment.”
HCG diet drops work to unlock stored fat deposits, flooding the bloodstream with 2,000 to 4,000 calories per day. This allows the dieter to consume a mere 500 calories per day with little to no discomfort while burning away unwanted fat.
The HCG diet has been proven effective by celebrities and regular people alike for over 50 years. It’s no celebrity fad, even though it has only recently become popular in clinics and online. Thousands of people have experienced the success of using HCG for weight loss.
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