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Nu Image Medical no longer offers the HCG Weight Loss Program. GOOD NEWS! We have developed something better and easier: WAYT-less!

Tips for Maximum Weight Loss on the HCG Diet

Tips for Maximum Weight Loss on the HCG Diet

Maximum Weight Loss on the HCG Diet

Maximizing your weight loss on the HCG diet is essential when you are trying to lose a significant amount of weight. Whenever you try a round of the HCG diet you want to lose the most weight possible of course, and although the diet can be a bit challenging, if you follow the requirements of the protocol properly and maintain your injections, you'll see the maximum results possible.

Remember that you can always repeat the diet if needed, but if you manage to lose the most weight every time that you try the diet then you hopefully won't have to repeat it very many times, and you'll accomplish your weight loss goals more quickly.

Be sure to follow the protocol properly and read it

When you purchase the HCG diet from Nu Image Medical we include an up-to-date protocol that covers everything that you'll need to know for the diet. Knowing this protocol is essential for losing the most weight possible while on the diet.

Although there are several requirements of the protocol such as avoiding cosmetics with lotion, avoiding certain over the counter medications and more, the main requirement to follow is the diet requirements for what you can and cannot eat. You'll need to familiarize yourself as much as possible with it prior to starting the diet, and you may want to take a few hours to read it over at least twice because there are a few details to learn.

If you follow the food requirements for the diet and carefully count your portions, you'll be much more likely to have success during Phase 2 and you'll lose the most weight possible. You won't even necessarily need to count every calorie as long as you are following the food and portion requirements.

For example, if you eat 2 oranges, 2 1 cup servings of cabbage, and 2 3.5 ounce portions of chicken breast and one Grissini breadstick for one of the days of the diet, just as the protocol allows for, you'll probably end up at around 500 calories or so. Just be sure to truly stick to HCG approved foods only during Phase 2 of the diet and you'll see the maximum results.

Be sure to pick a medically supervised HCG diet

Be sure that you choose a medically supervised HCG diet because there are several diets out there that won't necessarily work for you. A medically supervised diet will have the medical professionals and advisors available to help you through the diet if you run into any rough spots or if you have any questions at all about the requirements.

Other diet providers that sell the diet without medical supervision are doing so at the risk of their patients' health, and they often are not able to answer questions about the diet or offer any form of educated advice about it as well. This is a major problem when plateaus are reached or other issues occur with the diet

Also, in a majority of cases their protocols are out of date or inaccurate. Some providers don't have any protocol at all, leaving you to wonder what to do on the diet and basically selling you a low quality or possibly contaminated hormone product without giving you specific advice on how to use it.

Avoid those retailers at all cost and purchase the diet from an established licensed provider with real medical professionals on staff. At Nu Image Medical our HCG diet protocol has been professionally developed by licensed medical doctors and it is based on the original Simeons protocol which is by far the most proven and safe protocol for weight loss. Our patients have had incredible results with our protocol and you will too if you follow it correctly.

Don't cheat  for maximum weight loss on the HCG diet

Cheating is the biggest cause of weight loss issue while on the HCG diet, and although it is difficult to avoid cheating while on the diet, it is necessary in order to guarantee that you'll lose the most weight possible. You'll need to do whatever you can to avoid cheating while on the diet, at least temporarily.

This might mean getting rid of all the junk food in your home and pantry or locking it up until the diet is over. You might have to completely avoid restaurants or other environments that will tempt you to eat unhealthy food, and you will need to cook at home for Phase 2 and the majority of Phase 3.

Try as many HCG diet recipes as you can before you start the diet itself so that you can come up with a list of favorites. That will make it a lot easier to avoid cheating while you are on the diet, as it will make the food on the diet a lot more enjoyable.

One way to help ensure that you have success with the diet is to make it as fun and pleasant as possible, even though it is just three weeks long, and if you are eating at least a few of your favorite foods then you'll be less likely to want to eat junk or something else to satisfy your taste buds.

Be sure that you follow the injection protocol and ask questions

Another crucial requirement for losing weight on the diet is to follow the injection protocol properly. At Nu Image Medical we supply you with as much hormone as you need for the three week or six week HCG diet in careful dosages, and we also provide you with a detailed injection protocol and schedule to follow.

You will want to start injecting the hormone during the first three gorging days as well as during Phase 2 of the diet on every single day of the diet. Missing just one day can throw off your weight loss and cause hormone changes that can make it more difficult for you to lose weight.

Be sure to ask your medical provider questions as well if you are unclear about any aspect of the diet or run into a plateau or other health problem.

For more information about the details of the HCG diet or to ask any questions at all, or to find out about the diet's requirements, click here to speak to a medical provider at Nu Image.

About the author

Dr. Constance Odom, MD

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