what HCG does?
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April 29, 2017 at 1:56 am #1611AshbyParticipant
hey there everyone… can you please help me with some of my few questions that I have in regards to the HCG? I am not a very experienced person and so I was hoping that maybe some of you here could help me with some of them. from the information that I have read online, I saw that the HCG is just helping to control the appetite but I think that it must be doing some other things as well but the problem is that I don’t know which ones, if some of you could say I would really appreciate. generally, any information about HCG would be appreciated. so, please, other than controlling the appetite in order to survive on 500 calories a day, does the HCG do anything else? I would really appreciate some help on this. I also want to ask you guys… if the brand of the HCG is helping to stick to the diet, then do the other brands work differently in order to help fat loss too? I must say that I have been using Ovidac for a while now but I am currently thinking about switching from Ovidac to Zyhcg which I read online about and I thought that it could be better to use this one. well, the reason I say this is that I need to load up my next round of syringes for the 20 days so I think about loading up with Zyhcg instead of Ovidac. I do have both of them, but I have only tried Ovidac, never tried Zyhcg… so I am just wonering right now if changing the brands is fine or you think that this is not such a good idea? been on a stall the past few days now. any information would be appreciated.May 1, 2017 at 8:12 am #1613LiesssonoParticipant
oh yeah, you can change the brands if you want to as I have big doubts that anything bad might happen. in fact I can tell you that most of the brands seem to be just about the same so you might not even feel any difference… stalls are normal and expected. a stall of a week to ten days it is not an uncommon thing, no worries, even though men do tend not to have as many stalls as women does. this is in regards to your question about whether can you change your medication or not. if you want to experiment and see if there would be any changes at all – I say that you can do it with no issues.
as for the main question (or at least I personally understood that this was your main question) – the HCG it is allowing your body to access your stored fat for fuel. I think that you must go online and read more as everything is going to be explained. just write pounds and inches and hcg diet and you’re gonna be given lots of information to read about. I honestly think that you should all this information if you want to learn more. anyway, I personally, while I read the original manuscript ‘pounds and inches’ in regards to HCG diet, I have found out a lot. it has explained the science that it is behind the HCG protocol a lot much more better than I ever could do it. I tell you, if you’re interested in HCG and HCG diet, you would find that read extremely beneficial. that’s an very and very interesting read that you would like a lot!
really hope this is going to be helpful for you. god luck!May 1, 2017 at 8:59 am #1614DavIDParticipant
can’t say anything more than that. reading about HCG is going to explain it much more better than I ever would as there are full articles/ sites trying to explain which are written by people who can explain it much more better than I ever would be able to. as in regards of the Odivac and Zyhcg I can tell you that both of them are some really good brands… I don’t know why you want to switch from Odivac, it’s a very good one… but anyway, Zyhcg is good too. I just want to say that I am not very sure if you’re gonna see differences. whatever the case, you must be fine on either one! good luck!
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