20 Worst Drinks

While on the HCG Diet Here is a list of drinks that you need to avoid. This is not a complete black list. If your desired drink is not in this list then check to see if contains sugar. Find out how many calories it contains. You need to keep 500 calories a day in mind. If your drink contains Splenda, Sweet and Low, or artificial sweeteners then avoid them they are a large contributing factor as to why your need to follow this HCG diet protocol in the first place .

Stevia is a sweetener That is allowed with HCG Diet

And Yes Snapple green tea is on this list

1 Worst Beverage in America

Cold Stone PB&C (Gotta Have It size, 24 fl oz) 2,010 calories, 131 g fat (68 g saturated), 153 g sugars

Sugar Equivalent: 30 Chewy Chips Ahoy Cookies In terms of saturated fat, drinking this Cold Stone catastrophe is like slurping up 68 strips of bacon. Health experts recommend capping your saturated fat intake at about 20 grams per day, yet this beverage packs more than three times that into a cup the size of a chipotle burrito. But here’s what’s worse: No regular shake at Cold Stone, no matter what the size, has fewer than 1,000 calories. If you must drink your ice cream, make it one of the creamery’s” Sinless” options. Otherwise you’d better plan on buying some bigger pants on the way home. TOP

2 Worst Smoothie

Smoothie King Peanut Power Plus Grape (large, 40 fl oz) 1,498 calories, 44 g fat (8 g saturated), 214 g sugars

Sugar Equivalent: 20 Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups If Smoothie King wants someone to blame for landing this high on our worst beverages roundup (and truth be told, its entire menu is riddled with contenders), the chain should point the smoothie straw at whichever executive came up with the cup-sizing structure. Sending someone out the door with a 40-ounce cup should be a criminal offense. Who really needs a third of a gallon of sweetened peanut butter blended with grape juice, milk, and bananas? Sugar-and-fat-loaded smoothies like this should be served from 12-ounce cups, not mini kegs.


3 Worst Drive-Thru Shake

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McDonald’s Triple Thick Chocolate Shake (large, 32 fl oz) 1,160 calories, 27 g fat (16 g saturated, 2 g trans), 168 g sugars

Sugar Equivalent: 13 McDonald’s Baked Hot Apple Pies There are very few milk shakes in America worthy of your hard-earned calories, but few will punish you as thoroughly as this Mickey D’s drive-thru disaster. Not only does it have more than half your day’s caloric and saturated fat allotment and more sugar than you’d find in Willy Wonka’s candy lab, but Ronald even finds a way to sneak in a full day of cholesterol spiking trans fat. The scariest part about this drink is that it’s most likely America’s most popular milk shake. TOP

4 Worst Frozen Mocha

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Così Double Oh! Arctic Mocha (gigante, 23 fl oz) 1,210 calories, 19 g fat (10 g saturated), 240 g sugars

Sugar Equivalent: 41 Oreo Cookies A frozen mocha will never be a stellar option, but we’ve still never come across anything that competes with this cookie-coffee milk shake hybrid from Così. Essentially it’s a mocha Blizzard made with Oreo cookies and topped with whipped cream and an oversize Oreo. The result is a beverage with more calories than two Big Macs and more sugar than any other drink in America. TOP

5 Worst Frozen Fruit Drink

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Krispy Kreme Lemon Sherbet Chiller (20 fl oz) 980 calories, 40 g fat (36 g saturated), 115 g sugars

Sugar Equivalent: 16 medium-size chocolate éclairs Imagine taking a regular can of soda, pouring in 18 extra teaspoons of sugar, and then swirling in half a cup of heavy cream. Nutritionally speaking, that’s exactly what this is, which is how it manages to marry nearly 2 days’ worth of saturated fat with enough sugar to leave you with a serious sucrose hangover. Do your heart a favor and avoid any of Krispy Kreme’s “Kremey”beverages. The basic Chillers aren’t the safest of sippables either, but they’ll save you up to 880 calories. TOP

6 Worst Float

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Baskin-Robbins Ice Cream Soda (vanilla ice cream and cola) (large, 28.6 fl oz) 960 calories, 40 g fat (25 g saturated, 1.5 g trans), 136 g sugars

Sugar Equivalent: 9.7 Fudgsicle fudge bars Done right, an ice cream float can be a decent route to indulgence. Go to A&W and you’ll land a medium for fewer than 400 calories. Order it with diet soda and you’ve dropped below 200 calories. So why can’t Baskin-Robbins make even a small float with fewer than470 calories? Because apparently the chain approaches the art of beverage-crafting as a challenge to squeeze in as much fat and sugar as possible. Whatever you order, plan on splitting it with a friend. TOP

7 Worst Margarita

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Traditional Red Lobster Lobsterita (24 fl oz) 890 calories , 0 g fat1, 83 g carbohydrates

Carbohydrate Equivalent: 7 Almond Joy candy bars Of all the egregious beverages we’ve analyzed, the Lobsterita surprised us the most. The nation’s biggest fish purveyor is one of the few big players in the restaurant biz to provide its customers with a wide selection of truly healthy food options. We would hope they’d do the same with the beverages, but obviously not. Drink one of these every Friday night and you’ll put on more than a pound of flab each month. Downgrade to a regular margarita on the rocks and pocket the remaining 640 calories. TOP

8 Worst Frozen Coffee Drink

hcg diet worst 13
Dairy Queen Caramel MooLatte (24 fl oz) 870 calories, 24 g fat (19 g saturated, 1 g trans), 112 g sugars

Sugar Equivalent: 12 Dunkin’ Donuts Bavarian Kreme Doughnuts Coffee-dessert hybrids are among the worst breed of beverages. This one delivers 1 gram of fat and 4.6 grams of sugar in every ounce, making even Starbucks’ over-the-top line of Frappuccinos look like decent options. Maybe that’s why DQ decided to give it a name that alludes to the animal it promises to turn you into. If you can bring yourself to skip DQ and head to a coffee shop instead, order a large iced latte with a couple shots of flavored syrup and save some 600 calories. But if you’re stuck where you are, you’re better off pairing a small treat with a regular cup of joe. TOP

9 Worst Hot Chocolate

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Starbucks White Hot Chocolate with Whipped Cream (venti, 20 fl oz) 520 calories , 16 g fat (11 g saturated), 75 g sugars

Sugar Equivalent: 9 Strawberry Rice Krispie Treats See that stack of Rice Krispie Treats? It’s just three treats shy oftwo full boxes. Unless you were a contestant on Fear Factor—and there was a sizeable monetary prize on the line—you’d never even consider noshing down that much sugar at once. But here’s what’s interesting: While that stack is the sugar counterpart to this atrocity from Starbucks, it still has 40 percent less saturated fat. Makes us wonder what’s going on in the hot chocolate. Stick to beverages with single-flavor profiles instead of pile-on recipes like this and you’ll fare better every time. TOP

10 Worst Lemonade

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Auntie Anne’s Wild Cherry Lemonade Mixer (32 fl oz) 470 calories, 0 g fat, 110 g sugars

Sugar Equivalent: 11 bowls of Cookie Crisp cereal There is no such thing as healthy lemonade, but Auntie’s line of Lemonade Mixers takes the concept of hyper-sweetened juice and stretches it to dangerous new levels. See, sugar digests faster than good-for-you nutrients like protein and fiber, which means it’s in your blood almost immediately after you swallow it. Drinking the 3 or 4 days’ worth of added sugar found here jacks your blood sugar and results in strain to your kidneys, the creation of new fat molecules, and the desire to eat more. Ouch. TOP

11 Worst Espresso Drink

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Starbucks Peppermint White Chocolate Mocha with Whipped Cream (venti, 20 fl oz) 660 calories, 22 g fat (15 g saturated), 95 g sugars

Sugar Equivalent: 8½ scoops Edy’s Slow Churned Richand Creamy Coffee Ice Cream Hopefully this will dispel any lingering fragments of the “health halo” that still exists in coffee shops—that misguided belief that espresso-based beverages can’t do much damage. In this 20-ounce cup, Starbucks manages to packing more calories and saturated fat than two slices of deep dish sausage and pepperoni pizza from Domino’s. That makes it the equivalent of dinner and dessert disguised as a cup of coffee. If you want a treat, look to Starbucks’ supply of sugar-free syrups; if you want a caffeine buzz, stick to the regular joe, an Americano, or a cappuccino. TOP

12 Worst Juice Imposter

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Arizona Kiwi Strawberry (1 can, 23 fl oz) 345 calories, 0 g fat, 81 g sugars

Sugar Equivalent: 7 bowls of Froot Loops The twisted minds at the Arizona factory outdid themselves with this nefarious concoction, a can the size of a bazooka loaded with enough of the sweet stuff to blast your belly with 42 sugar cubes. The most disturbing part isn’t that it masks itself as some sort of healthy juice product (after all, hundreds of products are guilty of the same crime), but that this behemoth serving size costs just $.99, making its contents some of the cheapest calories we’ve ever stumbled across. TOP

13 Worst Functional Beverage

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Arizona Rx Energy (1 can, 23 fl oz) 345 calories, 0 g fat, 83 g sugars

Sugar Equivalent: 6 Cinnamon Roll Pop-Tarts Obviously Arizona took great pains in making sure this can came out looking like something you’d find in a pharmacy. But if your pharmacist ever tries to sell you this much sugar, he should have his license revoked. And if it’s energy you’re after, this isn’t your best vehicle. Caffeine is the only compound in the bottle that’s been proven to provide energy, and the amount found within is about what you’d get from a weak cup of coffee.


14 Worst Kids' Drink

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Tropicana Tropical Fruit Fury Twister (1 bottle, 20 fl oz) 340 calories, 0 g fat, 60 g sugars

Sugar Equivalent: Two 7-ounce canisters Reddi-wip Don’t let Tropicana’s reputation for unadulterated OJ lead you to believe that the company is capable of doing no wrong. As a Pepsi subsidiary, it’s inevitable that they’ll occasionally delve into soda-like territory. The Twister line is just that: a drink with10 percent juice and 90 percent sugar laced with a glut of artificial flavors and coloring. You could actually save 200calories by choosing a can of Pepsi instead. TOP

15 Worst Soda

hcg diet worst 5
Sunkist (1 bottle, 20 fl oz) 320 calories, 0 g fat, 84 g sugars

Sugar Equivalent: 6 Breyers Oreo Ice Cream Sandwiches Wait . . . but aren’t all sodas equally terrible? It’s true they all earn 100 percent of their calories from sugar, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t still varying levels of atrocity. Despite the perception of healthfulness, fruity sodas tend to carry more sugarthan their cola counterparts, and none make that more apparent than the tooth-achingly sweet Sunkist. But what seals the orange soda’s fate on our list of worst is its reliance on the artificial colors yellow 6 and red 40—two chemicals that may be linked to behavioral and concentration problems in children. TOP

16 Worst Beer

hcg diet worst 6
Sierra Nevada Bigfoot (1 bottle, 12 fl oz)
330 calories, 0 g fat ,32.1 g carbohydrates, 9.6% alcohol

Carbohydrate Equivalent: 12-pack of Michelob Ultra Most beers carry fewer than 175 calories, but even your average extra-heady brew rarely eclipses 250. That makes Sierra’s Bigfoot the undisputed beast of the beer jungle. Granted, the alcohol itself provides most of the calories, but it’s the extra heft of carbohydrates that helps stuff nearly 2,000 calories into each six-pack. For comparison, Budweiser has 10.6 grams of carbs, Blue Moon has 13,and Guinness Draught has 10. Let’s hope the appearance of this gut inducing guzzler in your fridge is as rare as encounters with the fabled beast himself. TOP

17 Worst Energy Drink

hcg diet worst 3
Rockstar Energy Drink (1 can, 16 fl oz) 280 calories, 0 g fat, 62 g sugars

Sugar Equivalent: 6 Krispy Kreme Original Glazed Doughnuts None of the energy provided by these full-sugar drinks could ever justify the caloric load, but Rock star’s take is especially frightening. One can provides nearly as much sugar as half a box of Nilla Wafers. In fact, it has 60 more calories than the same amount of Red Bull and 80 more than a can of Monster. If you’re going to guzzle, better choose one of the low-cal options. We like Monster; it offers all the caffeine and B vitamins with just enough sugar to cut through the funky extracts.TOP

18 Worst Bottled Tea

hcg diet worst 2

SoBe Green Tea (1 bottle, 20 fl oz) 240 calories, 0 g fat, 61 g sugars

Sugar Equivalent: 4 slices Sara Lee Cherry Pie Leave it to SoBe to take an otherwise healthy bottle of tea and inject it with enough sugar to turn it into dessert. The Pepsi owned company’s flagship line, composed of 11 flavors with names like “Nirvana” and “Cranberry Grapefruit Elixir,” is marketed to give consumers the impression that it can cleanse the body, mind, and spirit. Don’t be fooled. Just like this bottle of green tea, all of these beverages are made with two primary ingredients: water and sugar. TOP

19 Worst Water

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Snapple Agave Melon Antioxidant Water (1 bottle, 20 fl oz) 150 calories, 0 g fat, 33 g sugars

Sugar Equivalent: 2 Good Humor Chocolate Éclair Bars While “Worst Water” may sound like an oxymoron, the devious minds in the bottled beverage industry have even found a way to besmirch the sterling reputation of the world’s most essential compound. Sure, you may get a few extra vitamins, but ultimately, you’re paying a premium price for gussied-up sugar water. Next time you buy a bottle of water, check the recipe: You want two parts hydrogen, one part oxygen, and very little else.

20 Worst Bottled Coffee

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Starbucks Vanilla Frappuccino (1 bottle, 13.7 fl oz) 290 calories , 4.5 g fat (2.5 g saturated), 45 g sugars

Sugar Equivalent: 32 Nilla Wafers With an unreasonable number of calorie landmines peppered across Starbucks’ in-store menu, you’d think the company would want to use its grocery line to restore faith in its ability to provide caffeine without testing the limits of your belt buckle. Guess not. This drink has been on our radar for years, and we still haven’t managed to find a bottled coffee with more sugar. Consider this—along with Starbucks’ miniature Espresso and Cream Double shot—your worst option for a morning pickup. TOP

Side Effects of HCG Injections

Please note that this is a possible list.  Not probable, meaning slim to none.

This is not a complete list of side effects and others may occur. Before receiving Human Chorionic Gonadotropin the doctor needs to be informed of allergies to any drugs, or difficulty breathing, swelling of the face, lips, tongue, or throat, dizziness, severe headaches, or hives. Apart from these, users may also experience blood clots, pain, warmth, redness, numbness, or tingling in the arms or legs, confusion, extreme dizziness, severe headache, thyroid or adrenal gland disorders.

  • a thyroid or adrenal gland disorder
  • an ovarian cyst
  • premature puberty
  • cancer or a tumor of the breast, ovary, uterus, prostate, hypothalamus, or pituitary gland
  • undiagnosed uterine bleeding
  • heart disease
  • kidney disease
  • epilepsy
  • migraines
  • asthma.
  • Less serious side effects may include:
    • headache
    • feeling restless or irritable
    • mild swelling or weight gain
    • depression
    • breast tenderness or swelling
    • pain, swelling, or irritation where the injection is given.

    This is not a complete list of side effects and others may occur. Tell your doctor about any unusual or bothersome side effect.

Both male and female patients who have the following medical conditions must not start a treatment with HCG : – Hypersensitivity to this medicine or to any of its main ingredients. – Known or possible androgen-dependent tumors for example male breast carcinoma or prostatic carcinoma.

Using hCG for too long a period of time, or in doses that are excessive, can block the natural production of luteinizing hormone (LH) or desensitize the testicles to the effects of LH.

The side effects from HCG use also include gynecomastia, water retention, and an increase in sex drive, mood alterations, headaches, and high blood pressure. The main side effects are fluid retention and swelling, joint pains and carpal tunnel syndrome. HCG Pregnyl raises androgen levels in males by up to 400% but HCG Pregnyl also raises estrogen levels dramatically as well. This is why it can cause a real case of gynecomastia if dosages of Pregnyl HCG get too elevated for that person. Another side effect seen from HCG use is morning sickness, nausea and vomiting. Please research the androgen dependent tumor connection.



Cause Of Obesity Epidemic


Getting off the addiction of aspartame Will help in stopping your weight
gain. But probably won't help in losing the extra pounds that it caused
you to gain. The HCG Diet can and will get rid of those extra pounds
quickly and reverse the damage. The HCG diet is the fastest way
of shedding pounds. There is no other diet plan available that can
help you to lose that fat quickly, healthy and saftley.



By Dr. Sandra Cabot
Mission Possible Australia

In the interests of public health I am making a position statement
concerning the use of the artificial sweetener called aspartame and
sold most commonly under the names of NutraSweet and Equal. One must
ask, "why do millions of people ingest a toxic chemical like aspartame
everyday"? To me it appears ridiculous and I believe that it is
because people have been brainwashed into thinking aspartame will keep
their weight down and is good for health. It also shows me that we
have lost touch with our own natural senses and instincts.

After having been consulted by thousands of overweight people
suffering with problems concerning the liver and/or metabolism I can
assure you that aspartame will not help you in any way, indeed it will
help you to gain unwanted weight. This has been my experience, and
there are logical reasons to explain the fattening and bloating
effects of aspartame. When you ingest the toxic chemical aspartame it
is absorbed from the intestines and passes immediately to the LIVER
where it is taken inside the liver via the liver filter.

The liver then breaks down or metabolizes aspartame to its toxic
components – phenylalanine, aspartic acid and methanol. This process
requires a lot of energy from the liver which means there will be less
energy remaining in the liver cells. This means the liver cells will
have less energy for fat burning and metabolism, which will result in
fat storing. Excess fat may build up inside the liver cells causing
"fatty liver" and when this starts to occur it is extremely difficult
to lose weight. In my vast experience any time that you overload the
liver you will increase the tendency to gain weight easily.

Aspartame also causes weight gain by other mechanisms —Causes
unstable blood sugar levels, which increases the appetite and causes
cravings for sweets/sugar. Thus it is particularly toxic for those
with diabetes or epilepsy. Causes fluid retention giving the body a
puffy and bloated appearance. This makes people look fatter than they
are and increases cellulite.

I have been a medical doctor for over 25 years and have clinical and
research interests in the liver and metabolism. I have authored
several best selling health books including the "Liver Cleansing
Diet", "The Body Shaping Diet", "Don't Let Your Hormones Ruin Your
Life", "Women's Health", "Menopause and Natural Hormone Replacement
Therapy" and I lecture internationally on these subjects. I have been
consulted by thousands of patients with weight problems, hormonal
imbalances, fatty liver, sluggish metabolism and chronic ill health. I
have been an advocate and practitioner of nutritional methods of
healing for 30 years. I regularly appear on national television and
broadcast on many radio stations to educate people about the
importance of a healthy liver in achieving good health and weight

Why Low Calorie Diet Can Extend Lifespan

ScienceDaily (July 15, 2010) — Research is giving scientists new insight into why a restricted diet can lead to a longer lifespan and reduced incidence of age-related diseases for a wide variety of animals. Scientists have known for some time that a restricted diet can extend the lifespan of certain animals but this work shows how it affects ageing mechanisms — and significantly has also shown that the effects occur even if the restricted diet is adopted later in life.

The work could help scientists to better understand, and ultimately, prevent a range of age-related diseases in humans.

The research is being presented at the conference of the British Society for Research on Ageing (BSRA) in Newcastle. It was conducted by scientists at the BBSRC Centre for Integrated Systems Biology of Ageing and Nutrition (CISBAN) at Newcastle University.

Working with the theory that cell senescence — the point at which a cell can no longer replicate — is a major cause of ageing the researchers set out to investigate what effect a restricted diet had on this process. By looking at mice fed a restricted diet the team found that they had a reduced accumulation of senescent cells in their livers and intestines. Both organs are known to accumulate large numbers of these cells as animals age.

Alongside this the CISBAN scientists also found that the telomeres of the chromosomes of the mice on restricted diets were better maintained despite their ageing. Telomeres are the protective ‘ends’ of chromosomes that prevent errors, and therefore diseases, occurring as DNA replicates throughout an organisms lifetime but they are known to become ‘eroded’ over time.

The adult mice were fed a restricted diet for a short period of time demonstrating that it may not be necessary to follow a very low calorie diet for a lifetime to gain the benefits the scientists found.

Chunfang Wang, the lead researcher on this project at CISBAN, said:

“Many people will have heard of the theory that eating a very low calorie diet can help to extend lifespan and there is a lot of evidence that this is true. However, we need a better understanding of what is actually happening in an organism on a restricted diet. Our research, which looked at parts of the body that easily show biological signs of ageing, suggests that a restricted diet can help to reduce the amount of cell senescence occurring and can reduce damage to protective telomeres. In turn this prevents the accumulation of damaging tissue oxidation which would normally lead to age-related disease.”

Professor Thomas von Zglinicki, who oversaw the research, said: “It’s particularly exciting that our experiments found this effect on age-related senescent cells and loss of telomeres, even when food restriction was applied to animals in later life. We don’t yet know if food restriction delays ageing in humans, and maybe we wouldn’t want it. But at least we now know that interventions can work if started later. This proof of principle encourages us at CISBAN in our search for interventions that might in the foreseeable future be used to combat frailty in old patients.”

CISBAN is one of the six BBSRC Centres for Integrative Systems Biology. The centres represent a more than £40M investment by the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) to support the development of systems biology in the UK. The centres are also supported by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council.

Systems biology uses the study of a whole, interconnected system — a cell, an organism or even an ecosystem — with computer modelling to better make the outputs of biology more useful to scientists, policymakers and industry.

Prof Douglas Kell, BBSRC Chief Executive and keynote speaker at the BSRA Conference, said: “As lifespan continues to extend in the developed world we face the challenge of increasing our ‘healthspan’, that is the years of our lives when we can expect to be healthy and free from serious or chronic illness. By using a systems biology approach to investigate the fundamental mechanisms that underpin the ageing process the CISBAN scientists are helping to find ways to keep more people living healthy, independent lives for longer.

hcg spray for weight loss

Dr. Bowen discusses how hcg spray for weight loss  works, who is a good candidate for this medical weight loss program, and what you can expect


 Weight loss using hcg spray

Included in your purchase ?
1 Oz. bottle of TrimYou Spray – Enough for 43+ days if taken as directed
• TrimYou Spray Diet Handbook -Instruction Guide, Charts, Tips, Hints, etc.
• TrimYou Spray Food Guide – A color-coded guide to make it easy to find foods you can eat on each Phase of the protocol
•Simeons’Protocol Support Group – A social community site with tens of thousands of members to get support and your questions answered 24/7
• Simeons’ rotocol Help Desk – Knowledge Base and Support Ticket System for authoritative answers when you need them
How long will 1 bottle last?
Each 1 oz. bottle has 100 servings (1 serving = 2 sprays into the mouth). It is taken orally by mouth 1 serving (2 sprays), 2 times per day. You spray 2 squirts into your mouth in the morning, and 2 squirts at night. Therefore, it will last 43+ days, which is enough for a Full Round of Dr. Simeons’ Diet Protocol (which is 43 days of dosing).
How long will it keep before going bad?
The TrimYou Spray will keep indefinitely, without refrigeration. Just store it in a cool, dark, dry place away from extremes of heat or cold and away from any electromagnetic fields (like TVs, loudspeakers, computer monitors, microwave ovens, airport X-ray machines, etc.)
What is in each bottle?
Each bottle contains an ‘Energy Profile’ in multiple potencies (6c / 12c / 30c) imprinted onto a solution of Steam Distilled Water (80%) and Kosher Corn Alcohol (20%). This is a proprietary ‘magnetic remanence’ homeotherapeutic product. Since an ‘energy signature’ cannot be listed as a physical ingredient (for what should be obvious reasons) it isn’t on the ‘ingredients list’ on the label. All traditional homeopathic remedies start with a VERY minute amount of the original substance and then dilute it and shake it until all that’s left is the ‘energy profile’ of the original substance. When you buy homeopathic products that list a given substance as an ingredient, it is listed only because there is a microscopic amount in there due to how it’s made, but it is completely negligible and it is NOT why it works. Imagine taking 1 grain of salt and adding it to a bathtub of water. That’s like ‘6X’ potency. Now take a grain of salt and add it to Lake Michigan. That’s like 30X potency. Funny thing is, 30X (the WAY more diluted version) is STRONGER than the 6X potency. And that’s the crazy thing about homeopathy. The way this TrimYou Spray is made is NOT with this method of diluting/shaking until there’s practically nothing left. We use a much more technologically advanced process that copies the ‘energy signature’ onto the solution electronically with special equipment no other USA manufacturer uses. This produces a much more potent version. Because we don’t start with the original substance actually in the solution, we don’t put it as an ‘ingredient’. Make no mistake, this is FAR MORE POTENT than other products because of how it is made. The liquid in the bottle is only a ‘delivery system’ for this energy signature.
Can't I just buy a different Homeopathic HCG product? Won't it work the same?
Even though there are other forms of ‘homeopathic-style HCG’ out there, this is being custom-manufactured for me by the only manufacturer in the USA that produces homeotherapeutic remedies using this method of manufacture (magnetic remanence), so it isn’t available anywhere else. I know that many, many people that have tried other homeopathic-style HCG have had inconsistent results, and I wrote about why I think that is. To summarize: • The traditional method of homeopathic manufacture produces an inconsistent product from one batch to the next. This may be why some people have success and others don’t • Because the other homeopathic-style HCG on the market is taken as drops under the tongue, the absorption isn’t as good. This explains why people posting in forums online about their homeopathic-style HCG experience say that they have had to ‘up their dosage’ multiple times before it started working, if at all. • Maybe the reason people have to play around with the dosage is because holding drops under the tongue for several minutes until the stuff is absorbed is very subjective and isn’t consistent from one dose to the next or one day to the next • Mass produced homeopathic remedies often times are simply no good – the potency isn’t there because of the rush to manufacture as quickly as possible as well as contaminates that get into the manufacturing process • The droppers that come with liquid homeopathic remedies INEVITABLY touch the tongue and then go back into the bottle. This contaminates the contents of the bottle and destroys the potency
How long will 1 bottle last?
Each 1 oz. bottle has 100 servings (1 serving = 2 sprays into the mouth). It is taken orally by mouth 1 serving (2 sprays), 2 times per day. You spray 2 squirts into your mouth in the morning, and 2 squirts at night. Therefore, it will last 43+ days, which is enough for a Full Round of Dr. Simeons’ Diet Protocol (which is 43 days of dosing).
I heard alcohol kills HCG - if your product has alcohol in it, does it still work?
Yes, alcohol mixed into pharmaceutical HCG would destroy the HCG. But this is not manufactured that way.
How many bottles do I need to lose X pounds?
Each bottle is enough for a Full Round of Dr. Simeons’ Diet Protocol. A Full Round is 43 days of dosing. There is enough in the bottle for 43+ days. Each Full Round results in a theoretical maximum pounds lost of 34 lbs, but some people lose more than that (50+ pounds). If you need to lose more than 34 pounds*, you may want to order more than 1 bottle. *Results may vary
Benefits of HCG











Does it work as well as HCG Injections?
This product was a result of our setting out to PROVE TrimYou Spray would not work as well as HCG Injections. It turned out that this product worked as well, if not better, than HCG Injections. To date, over 30,000 people of various ages, sexes, starting weights, etc. all tried it with a 99.5 plus Percent success rate. So yes, it works as well, if not better.

Results may vary

Tea ‘healthier’ drink than water

Tea 'healthier' drink than water
Drinking three or more cups of tea a day is as good for you as drinking plenty of water and may even have extra health benefits, say researchers. The work in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition dispels the common belief that tea dehydrates. Tea not only rehydrates as well as water does, but it can also protect against heart disease and some cancers, UK nutritionists found. Experts believe flavonoids are the key ingredient in tea that promote health.

Healthy cuppa These polyphenol antioxidants are found in many foods and plants, including tea leaves, and have been shown to help prevent cell damage.
Tea replaces fluids and contains antioxidants so its got two things going for it ” Lead author Dr Ruxton
Public health nutritionist Dr Carrie Ruxton, and colleagues at Kings College London, looked at published studies on the health effects of tea consumption. They found clear evidence that drinking three to four cups of tea a day can cut the chances of having a heart attack. Some studies suggested tea consumption protected against cancer, although this effect was less clear-cut. Other health benefits seen included protection against tooth plaque and potentially tooth decay, plus bone strengthening. Dr Ruxton said: "Drinking tea is actually better for you than drinking water. Water is essentially replacing fluid. Tea replaces fluids and contains antioxidants so it's got two things going for it." Rehydrating She said it was an urban myth that tea is dehydrating. "Studies on caffeine have found very high doses dehydrate and everyone assumes that caffeine-containing beverages dehydrate. But even if you had a really, really strong cup of tea or coffee, which is quite hard to make, you would still have a net gain of fluid. "Also, a cup of tea contains fluoride, which is good for the teeth," she added. There was no evidence that tea consumption was harmful to health. However, research suggests that tea can impair the body's ability to absorb iron from food, meaning people at risk of anaemia should avoid drinking tea around mealtimes.
Tea is not dehydrating. It is a healthy drink ” Claire Williamson of the British Nutrition Foundation
Dr Ruxton's team found average tea consumption was just under three cups per day. She said the increasing popularity of soft drinks meant many people were not drinking as much tea as before. "Tea drinking is most common in older people, the 40 plus age range. In older people, tea sometimes made up about 70% of fluid intake so it is a really important contributor," she said. Claire Williamson of the British Nutrition Foundation said: "Studies in the laboratory have shown potential health benefits. "The evidence in humans is not as strong and more studies need to be done. But there are definite potential health benefits from the polyphenols in terms of reducing the risk of diseases such as heart disease and cancers. "In terms of fluid intake, we recommend 1.5-2 litres per day and that can include tea. Tea is not dehydrating. It is a healthy drink." The Tea Council provided funding for the work. Dr Ruxton stressed that the work was independent.


HCG Diet Deserts



backed toffeeBaked Toffee Apples – 1 apple thinly sliced, 1 tsp. ground cinnamon, 1tsp stevia, ¼ tsp. nutmeg, 1 tbsp. water, English toffee stevia. Combine all dry ingredients in a small mixing bowl and mix well. Place the liquids into a small plastic zip bag along with apple slices and seal. Shake well, lay flat in baking dish and bake at 350 for 25 – 30 minutes until desired doneness.





dark_chocolate_flavored_strawberry_or_orange_slicesStrawberry Sorbet/Pops

4-6 medium strawberries

Approximately 3 cubes of ice

Any powdered or flavored stevia to taste

½ teaspoon vanilla powder or cocoa (optional)

2 tablespoons lemon juice

¼ cup water

Blend ingredients together until smooth. Pour into a dish or Popsicle molds

and freeze until firm.

Makes 1 serving (1 fruit)

Phase 3 modifications: Add half and half or cream and whipped egg whites.

Mix in chopped nuts and freeze for an ice cream style dessert.

lemon popsicles hcg treat
lemon popsicles

Orange or Lemon Pops

Juice of ½ lemon or 1 small orange juiced

Powdered stevia to taste

Mix stevia to taste into lemon or orange juice. Pour into Popsicle molds and


Makes one serving (1 fruit)

Apple Chips
Apple Chips

Apple Chips

1 apple

Dash of cinnamon

Stevia to taste

Slice apples thinly, coat with stevia and cinnamon. Place in a dehydrator or

bake at 325 until chewy and a little crispy.

Makes 1 serving (1 fruit)

Apple Cookies

Pulp from 1 apple

1/8 teaspoon cinnamon

Pinch of nutmeg

1/8 teaspoon vanilla powder

Stevia to taste

1 tablespoon lemon juice

Mix pulp from 1 apple (use juice for a virgin apple martini) Mix with stevia

and spices and form into cookies (1-2). Bake the cookies for approximately

15-20 minutes or until slightly brown.

Makes 1 serving (1 fruit)

Phase 3 modifications: Add chopped walnuts or pecan meal and a little

butter to the apple mixture then bake.

Iced and Spiced Orange Slices

1 orange sliced or segmented

2 tablespoons lemon juice

¼ teaspoon cinnamon

¼ teaspoon powdered vanilla

Pinch of nutmeg to taste

Pinch of powdered clove to taste

Pinch of cardamom to taste

Powdered stevia to taste

Mix powdered spices and stevia together. Dip orange slices in lemon juice

and dredge with spice mixture. Freeze until firm. Variations: substitute

strawberry or apple slices.

Makes 1 serving (1 fruit)

Apple Slices with Cinnamon Sauce

1 apple sliced

3 tablespoons lemon juice

1 teaspoon apple cider vinegar

1-2 teaspoons cinnamon

Dash of nutmeg

Powdered stevia to taste

In the microwave or small saucepan heat the liquid and spice ingredients

together stirring constantly. Serve in a small dipping bowl and serve with

chilled apple slices or other fruit.

Makes 1 serving (1 fruit)

Phase 3 modifications: Dissolve spices in lemon juice. Whisk in small

cubes of cold butter to make a sauce. Add rum extract or vanilla. Sauté

apple slices in spiced butter mixture.

Fruit with Warm Vanilla Sauce

Your choice of allowed fruit

1 tablespoon vanilla powder

2 tablespoons lemon juice

½ teaspoon apple cider vinegar

Powdered stevia to taste

In a small saucepan or dipping bowl stir stevia and vanilla powder into

lemon juice and vinegar. Heat the sauce on the stove or in the microwave.

Pour into a dipping bowl. Dip fresh fruit into the warm sauce and enjoy.

Makes 1 serving (1 fruit)

Phase 3 modifications: Stir in 1 tablespoon of cold butter cut into small

cubes and whisk quickly until blended. Or add a small amount of cream and omit the lemon juice. Add a little cinnamon or rum extract for added flavor.

Caramel Apple Pie

1 apple

1 tablespoon lemon juice

1 tablespoon water

1 teaspoon apple cider vinegar

1 packet powdered stevia

1 teaspoon ground cinnamon

Pinch of nutmeg

1 tablespoon water

English toffee stevia to taste

Slice apple into very thin slices. Arrange in layers in a round 3 inch crème

Brule dish. For each layer, sprinkle generously with cinnamon, nutmeg, and

powdered and English toffee stevia. Continue layering with spices until dish

is full. Sprinkle lemon juice, apple cider vinegar and water over the apple

slices. Bake at 375 for approximately 20-25 minutes or until apples are

cooked and top is slightly crispy. Drizzle with additional English toffee

stevia if desired. Serve warm.

Makes 1 serving (1 fruit)

Phase 3 modifications: Add a small amount of melted butter to the mixture

and top with a tablespoon of chopped walnuts or pecans.

Warm Spiced Oranges

One orange sliced or segmented

2 tablespoons lemon juice

1/8 teaspoon ground cinnamon

Dash of cloves

Dash of nutmeg

1/8 teaspoon powdered vanilla

Stevia to taste (powdered or flavored liquid)

Mix spices with lemon juice and stevia. Warm slightly in saucepan and add

oranges. Cook for 2-3 minutes. Serve hot or chilled.

Makes 1 serving (1 fruit)

Frozen Grapefruit Spears

½ grapefruit in slices or segments

2 tablespoons lemon juice

Pinch of lemon zest

Powdered stevia to taste

Dip grapefruit chunks in lemon juice and coat with stevia and lemon zest.

Freeze until firm and enjoy as an icy treat.

Makes 1 serving (1 fruit)

Iced Cocoa Strawberries

4-6 medium strawberries

1 tablespoon dry defatted cocoa (Wondercocoa)

Powdered stevia to taste

Mix cocoa and stevia together. Slice strawberries and dip in cocoa mixture.

Place on wax or parchment paper and freeze until firm. Variations: Use

orange segments.

Makes 1 serving (1 fruit)

Warm Strawberry Compote

1 serving fresh sliced strawberries

2 tablespoons lemon juice

Dash of cinnamon

Dash of nutmeg

Dash of cayenne

Dash of salt

Vanilla or dark chocolate stevia to taste

In a small saucepan, combine ingredients and stir thoroughly. Sauté on

medium heat until warm and bubbly and a sauce develops. Serve warm in a bowl. Garnish with mint.

Makes 1 serving (1 fruit)

Phase 3 modifications: Omit the lemon juice and stir in 2 tablespoons cream cheese or heavy cream. Top with chopped roasted nuts or phase 3 chocolate crumbles (see phase 3 bonus report).

Applesauce with Cinnamon

1 apple

½ teaspoon cinnamon

Pinch of nutmeg

Powdered stevia to taste

Peel and puree apple in a food processor. Add in cinnamon and stevia to

taste. Serve chilled.

Makes 1 serving (1 fruit)

Dark Chocolate Flavored Strawberry or Orange Slices

1 orange peeled and sliced or handful of strawberries sliced

Dark chocolate stevia extract

Arrange orange or strawberry slices in a bowl. Drizzle dark chocolate stevia

over the slices and serve chilled. Garnish with mint if desired.

Makes 1 serving (1 fruit)


Beverage Treats for Dieters


Frozen strawberry slushy

  • 1 cup crushed ice
  • 5 fresh strawberries
  • 1 tsp. vanilla extract
  • Stevia to taste

Blend the ice, strawberries, and vanilla in the blender until a slush forms. Taste, and add stevia to desired sweetness. Pour into a cup and enjoy!

Strawberries out of season? No worries instead use 4 frozen strawberries, and 1 cup of water.

Additional alternatives are to use flavored liquid stevia to give yourself some variety and avoid boredom and cravings. Try replacing your vanilla and stevia with Chocolate flavored stevia for a super tasty treat!

This could also be done with your daily allotment of lemon juice for frozen lemonade! YUM

Blended Coffee

  • 1 cup strong coffee
  • 2 cups ice
  • Stevia to taste

Blend and enjoy!

Once again you can get creative with flavored liquid stevia and use any of these flavors of Stevia, vanilla, chocolate, hazelnut, cinnamon, or peppermint! Who needs a coffee shop now?

msledf_0506_gingerspritzer_vertGrapefruit Spritzer

8 oz. sparking mineral water

Crushed ice

Juice of one grapefruit

Orange stevia drops to taste.

Mix the grapefruit juice and orange stevia drops together, gently stir into sparkling mineral water and pour over crushed ice.

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