(PRWEB) June 22, 2012
With so much conflicting hCG-related information flooding the Internet, it is no wonder people often misinterpret hCG fiction as fact. Over the past week, a large number of emails have come in to hCG Blog with very odd concerns. In response to the growing number of unusual queries involving hCG over the past 7 days, hCG Blog reveals the answers to this weeks weirdest hCG questions.
Will hCG make a man more feminine?
HCG drops and injections are perfectly safe for men to take with no risk of “feminizing” or other side effects.
Can hCG drops make me pregnant?
While Human Chorionic Gonadotropin is produced during pregnancy, taking hCG weight loss drops will not cause you to get pregnant.
Do I have to eat during phase 2?
Yes! HCG is burning off thousands of calories to feed the body and prevent hunger, but the phase 2 foods are needed to supply the body with essential vitamins and nutrients.
Can I stay on the hCG diet permanently?
No. One should only remain on phase 2 of the hCG weight loss plan for 40 days straight – staying on longer may cause the body to become resistant to the hormone.
Are hCG drops made from aborted fetuses?
The hCG hormone used to create homeopathic drops and hCG injections is made from the urine of pregnant women who produce it in large quantities while they are expecting. This process is completely hygienic and is completed in a lab.
Was Dr. Simeons a real person?
Dr. ATW Simeons was a British Endocrinologist who discovered hCG’s weight loss potential in the 1950s.
Editor's Notes: hCGBlog.com was founded to help provide answers and support for both those on the hCG diet and others who are simply interested in learning about weight loss with hCG.
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