Why You Don’t Get Undernourished On The HCG Diet
The hCG diet has been around since the 1950s, but it is only in the last few years that it has really kicked off. This is because they’ve figured out good ways to get hCG and have been using it effectively to help try to curb the obesity crisis. Healthy diet weight loss is somewhat of a lost art, and is very, very expensive. A healthy diet consists of mostly vegetables, with a few whole grains ground into flour, and some fruit, some dairy, and some meat. Unfortunately, when you go into a grocery store, the vegetables are massively overpriced, the ‘whole wheat’ bread is usually dyed brown and tastes terrible, and the dairy and meat have growth hormones in them.
Aside from moving to the mountains and becoming a hermit, there’s not really a lot you can do about it except find a system that lets you eat what is available, while still losing weight. The nice thing about hCG is it allows you do to that effectively, and you stop running into the problems of having your body digest all the nutrients stored in your muscles before digesting the actual fat. Fat stores a lot of things, such as vitamins, but because the body isn’t really geared up to use that stuff, a lot of them go to waste.
Fat soluble vitamins and other such things are absorbed into the fat cells and kept there indefinitely, often at the expense of needing to consume more of the same vitamin to get the effect. All vitamins except the B vitamins are fat soluble, meaning they dissolved in fat as opposed to water. The B vitamins are water soluble, which is why there is vitamin A, C, D, E, K, and there are vitamins B1, B2, B3, B4 etc. The body stores the fat soluble vitamins in your fat cells, and hCG helps pull them out, so you don’t run the risk of becoming undernourished while on the diet calibrated specifically for hCG.
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