Rusty Moore warns against spending your money on HCG diet drops. He claims that this popular supplement has not been proven to beat a placebo in weight loss studies.
Online PR News – 14-June-2011 – – Although HCG diet drops have become an extremely popular supplement for weight loss, are they really worth the trouble? Fitness author, Rusty Moore doesn't think so. He claims that the weight loss is not caused by the weight loss supplement, but most likely from the 'recommended diet'.
Rusty's comment on HCG diet drops:
"I believe that the HCG weight loss program works well, because of the low calorie diet that is recommended...not because of the actual supplement. Extreme low calorie diets always work in promoting rapid fat loss. An article in the LA Times published back on November 2, 2009 quoted several studies that showed no difference between HCG and a placebo."
HCG or Human Chorionic Gonadotropin is a hormone that is produced during pregnancy. It helps access the mother's stored body fat to provide the developing baby with nutrients. The FDA has approved HCG as a fertility drug, but not for weight loss.
Rusty goes on to say.
"True HCG requires a doctor's presciption and it is an injectable drug. HCG diet drops are an untested homeopathic solution."
Rusty Moore coaches people to reach high levels of fitness and reach low body fat levels without the use of gimmicks.
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