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Hormone-free hCG Zero Capsules™ Boost Metabolism to Enhance Weight Loss Without Starvation
Date:9/12/2011

MURRAY, Utah, Sept. 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- For years, dieters and researchers around the world have seen the dramatic impact the use of hCG (human Chorionic Gonadotropin) supplements can have on the battle against obesity. Now, thanks to hormone-free hCG Zero Capsules by Creative Bioscience, a leader in diet support products, dieters looking to lose weight and get healthy can take advantage of the powerful metabolic boost of hCG without unwanted hormones or the restrictive, ultra-low-calorie diet once required for serious weight loss.

hCG Zero Capsules™ features Oligonol®, African Mango, Razberi-K™, Guarana Seed Extract, Green Tea Extract, and Citrus aurantium; ingredients clinically demonstrated to promote rapid weight loss, give you energy, suppress your appetite, prevent fat from being absorbed as you eat it, and burn your existing fat more quickly! The regimen, based on the original hCG diet popularized by noted British endocrinologist Dr. Albert T.W. Simeons, offers a much more flexible option than Simeons' original 500-calorie a day plan.

"hCG has helped thousands of seriously overweight individuals shed excess fat and regain the energy and stamina they once had," said Ike Blackmon, Executive Director at Creative Bioscience. "This zero-hormone formula makes it possible for virtually anyone to eliminate stored body fat without feeling deprived."

Naturally produced by the pituitary gland in both males and females, hCG has been proven to be an effective approach to obesity treatment when used in combination with sensible caloric intake in clinical studies published by the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Its effectiveness was first reported by Simeons in the mid-1950s.

hCG Zero Capsules™ work by prompting the hypothalamus gland in the brain to mobilize stored fat and release anywhere from 1,500 to 4,000 calories from these excess fat deposits to provide the body the energy it needs and supplement caloric intake from food. The result: even while dieters consume as little as 500 calories per day, the calories released from stored fat can give the body up to 4,700 calories to burn as fuel while eliminating abnormal, excess fat stores.  Potent nutraceutical ingredients in hCG Zero Capsules™ also work to increase a feeling of fullness after meals, block fat formation, and deliver superior bioavailability of key vitamins.

"We've designed the program to meet the needs of a broad range of individuals," Blackmon said. "Those with a substantial amount of weight to lose can start with the 500-calorie per day diet and tap into those stored fat deposits quickly to see dramatic results fast and then transition into a higher-calorie intake as a long-term healthy lifestyle."

In addition to the hormone-free hCG Zero™ dietary supplement capsules, the hCG Zero™ weight loss regimen includes free, unlimited 24/7 support from certified weight loss specialists available by phone or email to help customers set realistic goals, overcome common stumbling blocks and provide consistent encouragement. And, at hCGZeroCaps.com, dieters can find hundreds of nutritious, healthy recipes to support weight loss goals along with charts, calculators and lifestyle tips to help enhance weight loss success. A 100% money back guarantee ensures complete satisfaction.

Other Creative Bioscience products include hCG Zero Liquid™, hCG 1234™, Diet Revive™, hCG Zero Energy™, hCG Zero Cleanse™, EAC 1234™ (energy appetite control) and RCC 1234™ (rapid colon cleanse), along with a new line of African Mango products - Lean™, 1200™ and Cleanse™ - featuring Irvingia gabonensis, commonly known as African Mango, an herbal plant discovered in West Cameroon known to increase endurance and reduce appetite. The African Mango was called a "miracle in your medicine cabinet that can help you lose 10 pounds" by renowned physician and television host Dr. Mehmet Oz, who featured the products on his popular Dr. Oz television show. All Creative Bioscience products are manufactured in FDA-inspected and GMP-approved labs located in the United States.

For more information about hCG Zero™ and other Creative Bioscience products, including store locations, visit www.creativebioscience.com.

Product statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any diseases.

About Creative Bioscience:

Creative Bioscience is a dynamic weight loss supplement company dedicated to innovation, research, and professional support. The company uses key botanicals and natural ingredients in its line of herbal supplements for diet support, and its products are manufactured in FDA inspected and GMP approved facilities using precise, technologically advanced equipment. It produces several proprietary diet support supplements that use natural substances, including human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) and the plant Irvingia gabonensis, commonly known as African Mango. Creative Bioscience's complete line of products offers tailored weight-loss options for all consumers, including those looking to cleanse their system of toxins.

Creative Bioscience offers 24/7 personalized diet support by trained specialists for customers, offering guidance on safe weight loss and tips on healthy living. For more information, visit www.creativebioscience.com.


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