GHC WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAM

 

Green Health Clinic has a program for those who are trying to reach their weight loss goal.   Our most popular and effective weight loss program is the HCG (Human Chorionic Gonadotropin) Diet, where a strict diet is supplemented with HCG, a natural occurring hormone in our bodies.  HCG was used in the treatment of obesity disorders by British Doctor and PHD, A.T.W. Simeons. They concluded that HCG can help in weight reduction along with a proper protein diet.  The HCG diet protocol works by sending the signal to the hypothalamus to release your stored body fat.   A small amount of HCG hormone can cause your stored body fat to be released through the kidney.  And the HCG diet is effective in both males and females. The calories you eat on the HCG diet protocol are very low, typically 500 calories a day.  The HCG diet plan is also restrictive to prevent the fat cells from storing new fat and the new fat from being stored in the adipose tissues while you are actively on the HCG diet protocols.  The average weight loss while on the HCG diet protocol is anywhere between 1/2 pound to 1 pound a day depending on your metabolic rate and genetics.


 Green Health Clinic HCG protocol (21 days)

 

  • Initial Consultationwith Dr. Kim :Basic blood test / Urine test ( which will rule out any medical condition before program )

  • Phase# 1 ( 3 days ) : Loading with injection

  • Phase# 2 ( 18 days): Injection with 500 cal diet ( 125 Iu of HCG is administered daily  )

  • Calorie diet is applied and continued for 72 hours after the last injection.

  • Phase #3(After 21 days) carb and starches are introduced into the diet slowly and weight is monitored to ensure weight maintenance.

     

To experience success on the program, it is mandatory that patient follow the protocol.  We can’t guarantee the result due to offsite administration and patient imposed application of the program.

 HCG   is not FDA approved for weight loss.   HCG has not been demonstrated to be effective adjunctive in the treatment of obesity.