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HCG Injections and B12 shots now in stock at US Vitamin Injections Site
Date:12/9/2013

NEW HAVEN, Conn., Dec. 9, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- With the holiday season comes the weight gain every year. Some reports say that the average American will put on up to five pounds in just the last three months of the year. According to the CDC (Center for Disease Control) more than 65% of Americans are overweight and more than 35% of Americans or outright obese.

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We are also aware that as a society Americans don't necessarily like being that way. Every year one of the top resolution choices is weight loss resolutions. In fact, it is probably very likely that some of us have made a weight loss resolution more than once. Based on the stats above the sad truth is that many of us are making that promise to ourselves every year for many years.

US Vitamin Injections carries a number of products that can help dieters with energy, motivation and rapid weight loss with a little determination.

The HCG Injection protocol in particular is the plan that has shown the most extreme weight loss of all. This program is either a 28 day or a 56 day program (which is essentially just two 28 day programs with a month off in between) which has been reported to induce weight loss results of 10 and sometimes even 20  or more pounds in as little as one month.

The program does limit the dieter to 500-800 calories a day which when combined with the HCG shots helps shed fat in short time. This is not designed to be a lifestyle change; this is designed as a way to drop weight fast and lots of it. Later, the lifestyle changes help you maintain the weight that was lost due to the HGC protocol.

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For those that cannot commit to such an extreme program and are more pa
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