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Jacksonville HCG Diet Lowers BMI

(EMAILWIRE.COM, April 01, 2011 ) Jacksonville, FL -- Florida has a 25.2% obesity rate according to the CDC (Center of Disease Control). Jacksonville has 790,000 residents which bring Jacksonville weight loss population to 199,000 who suffer from obesity.

Losing weight will improve one’s appearance. Everybody wants to look better. The HCG diet can help people lose weight quickly and safely. But few know that the “fatter” they are increases their chances of death. A new study documents the risk according to your BMI (body mass index). BMI is the measure of body fat based on one’s height and weight which applies to both men and women.

BMI Categories:
Underweight = below 18.5 BMI
Normal weight = 18.5 – 24.9 BMI
Overweight = 25 – 29.9 BMI
Obesity = 30 BMI or greater

Check BMI at www.slimspamedical.com

The new study documented healthy white women who never smoked and were overweight (BMI between 25 and 30) were 13 percent more to die during a period of 5 to 28 years than those with optimal weight. However, once these women entered the obese category, chances of death increased to 44 percent. And in cases of extreme obesity, participants faced a 250 percent higher risk of death. White men results were similar to these statistics.

If one falls into the BMI category of overweight or obese, losing weight will increase their chances of living longer. HCG diet plan can help overweight and obese lose up to 1 pound of fat per day. The use of HCG for weight loss was pioneered by Dr. Simeons a British doctor while stationed in India during the 1950’s. He noticed how pregnant Indian women would walk everywhere, work and only eat a handful of calories throughout the day. Yet they were able to produce normal weight and normal height babies. This led Dr. Simeons to discover that pregnant women release HCG which mobilizes the abnormal fat pulling calories, nutrients and vitamins to feed the unborn fetus.

Now overweight and obese are using homeopathic HCG to mobilize their abnormal fat so they can go on a VLCD (very low calorie diet). Inducing one’s body on a low calorie diet without the use of HCG will shock their brain into starvation mode and their body will hold onto the fat as a survival mechanism. Not to mention their metabolism will crash lower the longer they stay on a low calorie diet. That’s why they will often weigh more after they abandon the low calorie diet creating a yo-yo weight scenario.

A medically supervised Jacksonville HCG program can be done from the comfort of one’s home. Call Slim Spa Medical’s medical staff at 800-208-6533 with questions, and they’ll follow up weekly to update one’s medical chart. In addition, a patient area within their website is available so one can connect with others on the Jacksonville diet as a support group.


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