Anchorage, AK (PRWEB) June 25, 2012
hCGTreatments / Diet Doc hCG Diet & Weight Loss announce the hCG diet dangers behind the original, Dr. Simeon's HCG Diet protocol from the 1950's.
Dr. Rao, medical director of hCGTreatments / Diet Doc hCG Diet & Weight Loss unveils hCG diet dangers. Before any diet, people often do research to find out how effective a diet is along with possible side effects. The Internet does not always house such information, especially medical information or clinical guidelines to a certain approach (or diet in this case) intended for doctors and clinicians only. Also, the depth of information (if found) can be lacking or requires a paid subscription as in the case of physicians who rely on Up-to-Date (a clinical guideline subscription site). In order to obtain information from this site, you must be a doctor.
What are the options for the general public? They often rely on their own primary care physicians for anything/everything medical related under the sun. The problem with this is doctors are not exposed to every single clinical information or guidelines in existence, nor do they have time to educate themselves with every single protocol.
The information on the hCG diet would have to be published from a doctor, but what if all the doctors using the 1950 version of the Dr. Simeon's HCG diet protocol were only using the 1950 version as nothing else on the public domain was available? This was the problem 3 years ago, explains Julie Wright, president of Diet Doc.
The hCG Diet Doctors set out to modernize the 1950 version of the Dr. Simeon's and Kevin Trudeau's version of the hCG diet plan to one that would be relevant to our modern age and apply the best of diets, clinical information and nutrition to the diet. This is where a superior hCG diet is evolved and developed leading to fast weight loss.
There are dozens of hCG diet plans offered by doctors across the USA, but all are recommending to eat 500 calories per day reports Wright. It is not necessary to drop caloric intake so low reports Wright. This will actually make it more difficult to lose weight and cause the metabolism to shut down, thus, causing hCG diet dangers, reports Wright.
Using the main elements of the hCG diet and reviewing the consumption of 500 calories per day is where the side effects of the hCG Diet or hCG diet dangers come into play, reports Dr. Rao.
Web MD reports that starvation diets are also known as extreme caloric restriction. Starving is very dangerous and includes problems, such as, extreme fatigue, as the body's main fuel source is typically achieved by consuming adequate amounts of essential nutrients. Extreme fatigue can interfere with daily functions and also result in body aches, mood swings and insomnia. Gallstones can also form during a famine or extreme low-calorie diet reports Web MD. It raises cholesterol in the gallbladder and the body loses its ability to expel the bile correctly. Obese women are at high risk of developing gallstones during extreme caloric restriction. Cardiovascular problems can cause life-threatening reports Web MD. Hunger can damage the heart and brain, thus resulting in a heart attack, heart failure or stroke. These are the problems with starvation diets, including the outdated, Simeon's hCG diet of 500 calories per day. This is a true hCG diet danger.
Add to a starvation diet that people do not understand that selling an online prescription without consulting your doctor is illegal. Not many people understand this and price shop for the cheapest of hCG can be found. This hCG bought on a website is out of the country in places like India and China. People can also expect that the hCG purchased is from pregnant rats and hamsters reports Wright.
The Diet Doc hCG Diet Plan is created by a thorough review of each patient's medical history and a customized/personalized diet is created considering health history, gender, age, and lifestyle. Fast weight loss is realized when the body is fed an appropriate amount of calories, along with taking certain weight loss products and drinking at least 64 ounces of water daily reports Wright.
Patients of Diet Doc Weight Loss report barely any hunger at all, yet they experience fast rapidly. This is because Diet Doc revolutionized a doctor-supervised diet by incorporating four master diets into one program, which is personalized and highly effective for people reports Wright.
These treatments include weight reduction of oral hCG or hCG injection, a drug that has not been approved by the Food and Drug Administration as safe and effective in treating obesity or weight control. There is substantial evidence that hCG weight loss increases beyond that resulting from caloric restriction, which makes it more attractive or "normal" distribution of fat, and can reduce hunger and discomfort associated with restricted diets calories. Results may vary and can not be guaranteed. Medical supervision and compliance with our program is necessary.