Frequently asked questions
HOW MUCH WEIGHT WILL I LOSE?
The average weight loss for women on HCG 2.0 is 20-30 pounds in 30-40 diet days. For men, it can be substantially more. To break it down per day, women tend to lose .5 to one full pound per day while men typically lose double.
WHY SHOULD I TAKE HCG?
HCG provides two distinct actions to facilitate your weight loss while on the low-calorie phase of the diet. As well as one step following the diet that will help you maintain your ideal weight.
HCG targets your weight loss so that you maintain muscle mass while losing abnormal fat deposits.
HCG suppresses appetite by enhancing Ketosis, which is a process that converts our fat reserves into usable calories allowing us to sustain ourselves on our own stored fat. By summoning calories from stored fat, your body reacts as though it has just consumed a meal thus producing a feeling of satiety and fullness.
Following the low-calorie phase – By acting on a gland in the brain called the hypothalamus, which is responsible for regulating metabolic activity, including hunger and satiety, HCG can “reset” your metabolism allowing you to maintain your weight loss successfully.
SHOULD I TAKE THE HCG DROPS OR PATCHES?
Sublingual HCG Drops – Liquid drops last for 40 days, and you’ll have to take them three times a day. Fifteen minutes before eating or drinking anything.
WHAT IF I HAVE DIABETES?
Good news, whether you’re a Type I or Type II diabetic, you can still complete HCG 2.0 with success. First, talk with your doctor about starting any diet, especially 2.0. Because HCG 2.0 is a keto based diet, it may cause your blood sugars to drop to dangerous levels if you are on any kind of medications. Please talk to your doctor first BEFORE starting 2.0.
WHAT SUPPLEMENTS DO I NEED FOR PHASE ONE LOADING?
You obviously need your HCG supplement. You have your choice between the traditional HCG Drops or the new HCG Patch. The HCG Patch is cool and convenient, but you’ll do just fine with the HCG Drops. You should begin your HCG supplement when you start the loading phase.