October 18, 2012 08:40 AM
Although everyone has the right to make their own educated decision, a legitimate licensed pharmacist would know there is no such product as homeopathic HCG.
The manufacturers of these products had a good run, but now they must contain the labeling "HORMONE FREE" in order not to defraud the public anymore.
SO, according to LIVESTRONG.com, the Chicken, Beef and Fish that are required on the HCG diet program contain the following amino acids also:
Types of Amino Acids in Fish, Poultry, and Beef
The following are examples of the amounts of some of the amino acids present in fish, poultry, and beef. Three oz. of halibut contains 995 mg threonine, 2,083 mg lysine, 1,844 mg leucine, and 1,169 mg valine. Three oz. of light canned tuna in spring water has 1,159 mg isoleucine, 2,043 mg leucine, 1,295 mg valine, and 1,505 mg arginine. One hard boiled egg contains 97 mg tryptophan, 380 mg isoleucine, 533 mg leucine, and 343 mg phenylalanine. Three and a half oz. of roasted light chicken meat without skin includes 2,036 mg leucine, 2,305 mg lysine, and 1,637 mg arginine. Three and a half oz. of cooked lean ground beef provides 1,942 mg leucine, 1,175 mg valine, and 1,636 mg arginine.
The only reason the fake homeopathic HCG bottles come with amino acids in them is because that is the only ingredients they contain, NO HCG at all!
Nu Image Medical