HCG DIET AUSTIN TX
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Weight loss clinics in Austin TX and Central Texas often feature fad diets that claim to help you lose excess weight quickly and safely. Dr. Craig Thiry in Austin TX has found that the HCG diet program in Austin TX delivers an outstanding success rate by using a scientific approach that combines a very low-calorie diet and HCG hormone injections (human chorionic gonadotropin) to lose fat and maintain muscle mass.
Patients at Dr. Thiry's HCG weight loss clinic lose between half a pound and one pound per day. Unlike other weight loss clinics, our program is medically supervised from start to finish by Dr. Thiry to ensure your safety and to maximize your results.
HCG is only FDA approved for anovulatory (suppressed ovulation) infertility in women, and both cryptorchidism (undescended testicles) and hypogonadotropic (inadequate secretion of gonadotropins) hypogonadism in men. The FDA has not approved prescription HCG for any other uses, including weight loss
HCG is a hormone that is produced by the placenta and maximizes the functional capacity of the body’s control centers in the hypothalamus. That one center in the hypothalamus, “the fat bank”, controls the movement and distribution of fat throughout the body. HCG mobilizes abnormal fat and releases it as a source of energy and nutrients. Thus, small amounts of HCG have been shown to mobilize abnormal fat and make it available to the body as a source of energy and nutrients.
The HCG protocol calls for a 500 calorie per day diet. If someone were to start a 500 calorie per day diet without HCG he or she would experience hunger, cravings, feelings of misery and a loss of structural fat and muscle mass. However, during a 500 calorie per day diet on HCG, a patient typically loses up to one pound of abnormal fat per day. Each pound contains approximately 3500 calories. If people lose one pound of abnormal fat in one day, that makes 3500 calories available to them. This gives patients access to adequate amounts of energy because the rest of the calories are generated internally through the breakdown of fat deposits (lipolysis). Therefore, the patient is not hungry and loses weight.