A controversial weight loss treatment which dates back to the 1970s has returned.
This weight loss treatment involves injections of pregnancy hormones to trick the body into believing its full. It also means that you can skip a healthy diet .
However, the medical profession has warned that the fad is totally irresponsible as well as highly dangerous’ and ‘appalling’. There is also no scientific evidence to prove that this hormone is effective.
The HCG drug costs $1,150 for 30 days worth of injections and it lowers your calorie intake to only 500 per day.
Dietary guidelines suggest that women ought to consume about 1800 calories a day.
Individuals are using the drug to lose weight, by getting the body to consider that it is full and purely eating 500 calories per-day.
Pregnancy Drug Injected for Dieting Purposes
Thu, 10 Mar 2011
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