Non-Surgical Weight Loss- HCG Injections
The HCG program is led by Dr. Leverett and his staff. It involves a daily dose of HCG for a specific period of time in conjunction with a low calorie diet. HCG converts stored fat into energy while reducing food cravings. It also corrects basal metabolism, and therefore helps patients keep weight off following weight loss. However, in order to maintain the healthy weight achieved during the program, patients must continue to adhere to a well-balanced diet through lifestyle changes. Each patient’s success depends on his or her commitment and adherence to the weight loss program.
HCG is a hormone (human chorionic gonadotropin) that is naturally produced by the placenta during pregnancy. When injected daily via self-subcutaneous injections, HCG unblocks abnormal fat reserves, and converts them into energy. HCG minimizes patients’ food cravings and allows them to experience comfortable, consistent weight loss without the need for surgery.
HCG targets fat in the hips, thighs, stomach and buttocks. It is administered daily, on three- to six-week cycles.
• 23 Days of HCG Injections
• Lose up to 15 pounds
• 40 Days of HCG Injections
• Lose up to 40 pounds
• Additional Rounds
• Available after six weeks of maintenance
• Both Programs Include:
• Routine office visits
• A complete guide on the simple steps necessary to achieve weight loss
• Recipe suggestions for optimal weight loss
• Vitamin B12 Complex Injections at each follow-up visit
HCG targets abnormal fat reserves and allows them to be used for energy.
Abnormal fat reserves tend to collect in places like the hips, buttocks, knees, ankles, upper arms, neck, and abdomen.
In addition, HCG controls food cravings.
HCG also helps to reset the hypothalamus – the weight-regulating center of the brain. This stimulation leads to weight reduction.
Weight loss averages ½ to 1 pound/day.
Long-term success requires maintaining a healthy diet and exercise regimen.
No, continued calorie restriction is not required (in fact, you MUST return to regular calorie intake and a healthy exercise program). No additional medications are involved.