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Thousands Drop The Weight For Good with HCG Diet Drops
Date:6/14/2010

Hundreds of thousands of happy people have learned just how easy weight loss can be with HCG Diet Drops

(PRWEB) June 14, 2010 -- It is no secret that obesity has reached epidemic proportions in our country. Millions of people are struggling with their weight, and many are suffering from health problems as a result of the extra pounds.

But thanks to the HCG Drops Diet, available from Summit Health Group in Queen Creek, Ariz., obesity may have finally met its match. Thousands of customers are currently and successfully losing weight using the popular diet drops program.

Jon Boynton from Summit Health Group said his phones have been ringing steadily from first-time customers who are trying the HCG diet drops as well as others who are coming back to order additional bottles of the amazing drops.

“It’s been so gratifying to listen to the stories of the repeat customers and hear how these HCG diet drops have helped them lose weight,” Boynton said. “It’s not uncommon for people to call and tell us how this was the only thing that’s ever worked for them and that finally, they feel happy when they look at themselves in the mirror. That is a good feeling.”

Boynton said that other calls are from people who are curious about what exactly the HCG diet drops are, and why they work so well. He said he and his team of customer service representatives are happy to answer all inquires about the program.

HCG stands for Human Chorionic Gonadotropin. It is a naturally-occurring hormone that is found in high levels in pregnant women. In the 1950s, a British doctor named A.T.W. Simeons realized that boys who were taking HCG for underdeveloped gonads were also losing extra weight by eating fewer calories, but without feelings of extreme hunger. Dr. Simeons began researching HCG as a dietary aid.

In order to be effective, Boynton said, the HCG drops diet must be combined with a low calorie regimen, usually around 500 calories a day from food.

“At first, some customers say ‘whoa! That’s not a lot of calories!’” Boynton said. “But you have to remember, the HCG drops work to help release and burn up fat stores that we have in our bodies. You’ll still be getting the extra calories that you need, but you’ll get them from your body fat instead of a lot of food. Once you lose the weight you want, you can increase your calories.”

As a bonus, Boynton said that most people who try the HCG drops diet program are able to keep the weight off once they stop taking the drops.


***ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND PHOTOS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST***For more information about the HCG drops diet or to set up an interview with a company owner or satisfied client, please contact Jon Boynton at 480-415-7611.

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