Good News for HCG Diet: Scientific Study Shatters the Myth of Slow Weight Loss
A study released at the recent International Congress on Obesity in Stockholm, Sweden, revealed that dieters who lost weight quickly had better long-term results than those who lost weight slowly. Dr. Jeroen Barte, lead author of the new research, is a researcher at the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment in the Netherlands.
Dr. Barte said that for the best long-term results, “It should be recommended and favored that people lose a high amount of weight.”
The study’s results contradict a weight loss myth that’s prevalent among doctors and dietitians today. They say that dieters should lose weight in small increments to prevent later weight gain and maximize weight loss. But Barte’s study shows that participants gained an average of half their weight back regardless of how quickly they lost it. So those who lost more weight initially ended up better overall.
“Fast weight loss has been stigmatized by doctors for years, but we’re seeing that view is incorrect,” said Milt Rose, co-founder of HealthyHCG.com, a company that sells HCG drops for weight loss. “Fast weight loss has better long term results, especially when combined with a diet that teaches better eating habits like the HCG diet.”
The HCG diet has been helping people lose weight quickly for over 50 years. It combines daily doses of HCG, or human chorionic gonadotropin, with a careful eating plan that promotes wise diet choices. After the standard three to six weeks of taking HCG drops and following the diet, most participants report an average of 0.7 lbs. lost per day. For three more weeks, their diet choices are reinforced. After that, they join the ranks of those in Dr. Barte’s study who achieve better long-term results from their initial fast weight loss.
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