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Quick Weight Loss With HCG

Quick Weight Loss With HCG - A urine injections weight-loss clinic is marketing a very different way of losing weight. Unorthodox comes to mind when one learns that the product used is HCG, a fancy word for the pee of pregnant women. Is the proof in the pudding, or is it just another extreme weight-loss scam that promises the shedding of boat-loads of pounds?

The providers of these diet injections claim the shots consist of the urine of pregnant women and the magic bullet is HCG aka human coriogonic gotrophin [a fancy word for pee]. Supposedly, the HCG component of urine serves as a hormone that tricks the brain into thinking that the user is pregnant. As a result, the person's metabolic rate speeds up and the pounds and inches melt away.

Need proof? Ask Sheryl Poloni, a customer of the urine injections weight loss clinic. According to her, by taking a shot a day since June, she has been able to lose 43 pounds and 30 inches off her waist. Further, she claims she is more alive, and lighter on her feet. In short, she says, she has never felt better. To her, the proof is in the pudding.

Quick Weight Loss With HCG

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