Instead Of Eating 4 Saltine Crackers On The Hcg Diet Can U Eat Ritz Crackers?

Friday, August 19, 2011 12:56
Posted in category Weight Loss Talk

I AM ON THE 500 CAL HCG DIET. IT STATES FOR STARCHES U ARE ALLOWED TO EAT 4 SALTINE CRACKERS. I WANTED TO KNOW COULD I EAT RITZ CRACKERS INSTEAD

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2 Responses to “Instead Of Eating 4 Saltine Crackers On The Hcg Diet Can U Eat Ritz Crackers?”

  1. Pretty Flower says:

    August 19th, 2011 at 5:07 pm

    Ritz has tons more butter and more calories. I would say eat the saltines or no carbs at all if you want to lose weight.

  2. EddySays says:

    August 19th, 2011 at 6:15 pm

    A 500 calorie per day diet is considered anorexic. Mix it with a hormone from pregnant women’s urine and you get a miracle diet!
    All over the counter hcg products were announced as illegal and fraudulent by the FDA on January 24, 2011. Testing concluded that all over the counter oral and injection products on the market have little to no real hcg in them but most a similar synthetic hormone. I was in GNC several months ago. They carry three brands of hcg drops and not one of them has any hcg in them. The salesman in fact agreed when I mentioned it. They contain “similar hormones” or amino acids. Sort of like I’m going to sell you this Toyota Prius but it is really a Ford Focus but we’re going to put a price tag on it that says it is a Toyota Prius. Excuse me?
    Anyone that lost weight especially with the drops did it because they ate fewer calories than they burned. The hcg acted as the placebo to help them lose the weight.
    Next year will mark 60 years since this fraudulent science was started.
    The only approved use for hcg is to increase fertility in both men and women.
    The doctors exploiting this benign hormone with the ability to prescribe injections can’t even agree on how it works. Some say it releases stored fat calories into the system. Others say it acts as an appetite suppressant. Neither explanation justifies the weight loss in the individuals taking the oral drops with NO hcg in them that still lost weight.
    By the way, the expensive “clinical injections” are not covered by insurance since it is not FDA approved. What doctor wouldn’t want to get an “all cash” practice going?
    Check out these clips before going further. Just aired a few months ago.http://www.doctoroz.com/videos/weight-lo…
    The bottom line here is the exploitation of the law allowing a MD to prescribe an approved drug for a use other than what it is approved for. The FDA will step in someday.
    So the question is are you willing to risk your health based on testimonials, not research, and statements from doctors profiting in this all cash business?

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