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HCG Diet Negates Raleigh’s Dependence on Processed Foods

(EMAILWIRE.COM, April 08, 2011 ) Raleigh, NC -- This processed food diet is fueling the rise as Raleigh weight loss population has ballooned to 102,000 that suffer from obesity.

A BMI (Body Mass Index) of greater than 30 = obesity. Check BMI at www.slimspamedical.com

The HCG diet is full of lean protein, fresh vegetables and fresh fruits and is void of all processed foods. The lead author of a study published in the Journal of the World Public Health Nutrition Association states, “The rapid rise in consumption of ultra-processed food and drink products, especially since the 1980’s, is the main dietary cause of the concurrent rapid rise in obesity and related diseases throughout the world.”

A diet mainly of processed foods causes obesity. Ask; is most of the food consumed, come in a can, jar, foil-wrap or cardboard container? Processed foods are largely void of essential nutrients used by one’s body to properly metabolize calories and regulate fat. The “trifecta” in the food industry (and restaurants) is to create foods that are loaded with sugar, salt and fat. This combination ignites pleasure sensors in the brain and gets one addicted to these tastes leaving them wanting more and more.

Highly processed foods usually contain twice the daily calories required to maintain an ideal weight with less than 25% of the essential nutrients we needed to preserve health and avoid illness. This is a recipe for overweight, obesity and malnourishment. Over time, chronic disease starts to take place like heart disease, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes and cancer.

Generally it takes 21 days to create a habit. Starting the HCG diet plan to lose weight will help create healthy eating habits. One will learn to shop for fresh meats, fresh vegetables and fresh fruits. Notice any mention of processed foods? None. These fresh ingredients are needed as they pack the most nutrients with the lowest number of calories. The HCG diet to lose weight works in conjunction with a low calorie diet and is completed in 2 steps.

The first step is to binge on high calorie foods for the first 3 days as one takes the HCG. This will store up their reserve fat as they start VLCD (very low calorie diet) on the morning of their 4th day. The use of HCG and VLCD will help them shed up to 1 pound of fat per day. HCG will mobilize their abnormal fat full of calories, nutrients and vitamins so they are not adversely affected by the low calorie diet. They will stay on this regimen for approximately 3 weeks or 6 weeks depending on how much they have to lose.

The second step is called the maintenance phase and is completed in 21 days right after the HCG diet. This phase addresses their low metabolism and resets their body’s memory set point through their hypothalamus. They will eat almost anything they want except sugar, starch and processed foods. After 21 days they can slowly reintroduce starch into their diet.

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



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