Sometimes calling something an HCG diet scam might seem harsh. However, when marketing hype overshadows a tried and true diet protocol with scare tactics, I feel a need to point it out. Before you take a look at what I mean, keep in mind that this latest hype is not a new HCG diet as claimed, and the products behind it do not contain any HCG whatsoever. Buyer beware.
Many people on injections have reported many issues like raised blood pressure that have complicated their already unhealthy state of being overweight. These numerous concerns have HCG dieters switching over to a Utah company’s new …
Publish Date: 05/03/2010 12:46
More Paranoia and Ignorance to Come
And while we are at it, here is an interesting diatribe against the HCG diet that represents the following aspect of human nature: A person will find evidence for whatever he or she already believes. If you believed even half of the nonsense in this post, it would scare you out of your wits about the HCG diet protocol. Of course, that seems to be the idea. Read on, and be amazed by the sound of axes grinding:
I would NEVER recommend something as nebulous as hcg to any woman I loved. My mother suffered from high blood pressure and high cholesterol (common in many Black women her age… hell, it’s common in Black women MY age), and I personally …
Publish Date: 07/26/2009 16:26