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Healthy Living and Kentucky HCG Diet Go Together

(EMAILWIRE.COM, March 29, 2011 ) Lexington, KY -- It’s alarming to know that Americans spend 90% of their food budget on processed foods. These processed foods contain twice the amount of calories we need daily and yet only offer 25% of the vital nutrients we need to preserve good health and avoid illness. That’s why 66.7% of Americans are overweight or obese so that means out of 307 million Americans, over 200 million suffer from a weight problem. Kentucky weight loss population has exploded to 2.8 million who are overweight and obese.

HCG weight loss promotes eating fresh meats, vegetables and fruits. and fruits. Protein is obtained from steak, skinless chicken breast, fresh white fish, lobster, crab and shrimp. Fresh vegetables allowed on the HCG diet are spinach, tomatoes, fennel, onions, red radishes, cucumbers, asparagus, cabbage and greens like lettuce. And of course, fresh fruits like strawberries (and other berries), apples, oranges and grapefruit. No processed foods are allowed during the HCG diet.

The HCG diet plan works together with VLCD (very low calorie diet) and one might be asking themselves – why couldn’t one just do the low calories without the HCG? That’s a good question because logically it makes sense that if one reduces calories then they will reduce weight. There are two basic reasons one should avoid just reducing calories to lose weight.

1. Reducing calories lowers one’s metabolism. If one suffers from overweight or obesity, it’s safe to say they already suffer from a low metabolism. By reducing calories, their body slows down it’s metabolism as a mechanism in order to survive. That’s why when they terminate the diet, their weight bounces back or it’s above their original weight before they induced your body on low calories.

2. Inducing one’s body on a low calorie diet shocks their brain into starvation mode. During starvation, their body holds on to their fat as a mechanism to survive. Thus, a low calorie diet will prohibit one’s body from releasing their abnormal fat. Instead, their body will deplete their reserve fat, then their structural fat and then finally their fat bank of abnormal fat.

These 2 basic reasons are why one has not been successful by reducing calories in the past. A combination of sublingual HCG and VLCD can mobilize and reduce one’s abnormal fat.

If one suffers from overweight and obesity it is mandatory that they lose weight, eat healthy and exercise in order to improve their chances of living longer. This healthy living will ultimately improve the quality of life without becoming a risk factor for obesity related diseases like heart disease, high blood pressure and diabetes to name a few.

From the comfort of one’s home, a medically supervised Kentucky HCG program is available. Call www.slimspamedical.com with questions at 800-208-6533, and they’ll follow up weekly to update one’s medical chart. A patient area within their website is also available so one can connect with others on the Kentucky diet as a support group.




Slim Spa Medical
Jayden Parks
205-267-1489
pr@slimspamedical.com
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