Optimal Level of a Glycoprotein

Back in the 1950’s, a British doctor stationed in India made a revolutionary discovery. It was possible to target fat, preserve muscle, and rapidly lose weight, comfortably, without starving yourself.

Dr. Simeons found the key was the optimal level of a glycoprotein, naturally found in the body, that triggers fat loss when following a specific diet.

Dr. Simeons successfully treated thousands of people over the next couple of decades with his diet protocol at his practice in Rome, while he carefully analyzed how various foods affected results.

In the 1970’s he published his findings in the groundbreaking book: “Pounds & Inches: A New Approach to Obesity” which you can download for free from this page.

Doctors from all over the world who read Dr. Simeons book came to Rome to see how he was so successful treating obesity.

Many of these doctors were from the United States and they returned to the US and opened Weight Loss clinics using their own variations of Dr. Simeons’ diet protocol.

Ads in newspapers started appearing in the 70’s for ‘fast weight loss’. Unfortunately, the protocol that Dr. Simeons spent decades perfecting had been modified, causing mixed results.

These doctors failed to heed Dr. Simeons’ warning about making variations in his diet protocol which he spent DECADES testing and refining in his own clinic.

Therefore, over time, Dr. Simeons’ Protocol disappeared from the scene.

In the late 90’s, an author named Kevin Trudeau re-introduced the world to Dr. Simeons’ diet protocol with his best-selling book “The Weight Loss Cure They Don’t Want You to Know About”.

Suddenly the Simeons’ Protocol Diet became hot again, but there were 2 problems:

First, Dr. Simeons’ Protocol requires daily injections of a pharmaceutical which is only available by prescription, unless you obtain it illegally.

Secondly, the weight loss clinic may not be adhering to the original Simeons’ protocol.

To solve these problems, TrimYou started in 2009 as the first and only Certifying Organization for weight loss clinics that were following Dr. Simeons’ original Protocol.

Around the same time, a homeopathic version of the pharmaceutical hit the market and people started doing Dr. Simeons’ Protocol without a prescription of hormone injections, and without the steep price of a weight loss clinic.

These homeopathic versions of the pharmaceutical were actually illegal and were labeled and marketed in a way that caught the attention of the FDA and FTC.

Like most people, we didn’t believe switching out the prescription pharmaceutical for a homeopathic substitute would work.

We set out to prove it wouldn’t work and we documented the results.

TrimYou found a FDA-regulated manufacturer that is also certified kosher and organic. Together we set out to produce a test batch of our TrimYou ‘homeotherapeutic’ oral spray.

Because of our unique ‘magnetic remanence’ process, TrimYou Spray is legal without a prescription and it’s the most potent version available.

We ended up proving ourselves wrong: It really was possible to get great results with Dr. Simeons’ Protocol using a homeotherapeutic version of the pharmaceutical.

We have been selling TrimYou Spray on our website since 2009 and we have a 99+% customer satisfaction rate and 99+% success rate with our product.

There are over 30,000 satisfied TrimYou Spray customers that have collectively lost over 1 million pounds.

Try it yourself Risk Free – we have a 30 Day Money Back Guarantee.

And think about this: Over the course of 1 round of Simeons’ Protocol, just 43 days, you’ll save more money on food than the cost of a bottle of TrimYou Spray. It pays for itself!

HCG Diet claim of 40 lbs in forty days

 

The HCG Diet claim of 40 lbs in forty days or 25 pounds in 25 days doesn't sound like very much if you have never dieted.  However, the percentage of people who have never dieted is very small.  This percentage is composed of people who seemingly, can eat anything and everything, at anytime, and as often as they want. Those are the lucky few who have no need for a weight loss protocol. Their success in maintaining a high metabolism, is usually due to good eating habits. Eating several small meals of healthy food throughout the day, usually serves to keep the weight down, since the body is getting the nutrients it needs, and the metabolism is continually instructed to keep on working.

 

 

Many of us have been struggling with our weight for most of our lives.

Genetics, thyroid dysfunction, poor metabolism, just to name a few, are the excuses we commonly use, to justify obesity.

There is an old saying "Knowledge is Power", and when it comes to weight loss, nothing could be closer to the truth.

After my experience with the HCG Diet I learned and  understood that what I put in my mouth did matter. The consequences of my choices were reflected back to me when I got on the scale the next morning. That reinforced, repetitive learning experience that I got morning after morning, drove home the fact that it really does matter what I eat. The digital scale does not lie, and I could not make any excuses because I saw the truth.

All my excuses that I came up with did not change the reading!

 

Like you, I have been on all kinds diets for the last 20 years, they were filled with a mixture of partial successes and failures. The HCG Diet is the first diet, where I felt like I could lose those pounds, and keep them off.  That knowledge that I gained every morning drove me to try something different.  I can’t tell you how inspired I was to follow through with this diet, and lose the weight. Permanently.

I was determined…and now I have lost tmy extra weight and kept it off for months!  I find myself even thinking about food differently. I somehow learned along the way, to eat smaller portions, because I gradually noticed that I could stop eating when I was full. New concept …LOL!  I even consider the difference between how I feel after eating a piece of pizza and chocolate cake, as opposed to a piece of smoked Salmon and a salad…amazing! These were two, totally unexpected attitude adjustments, shared by many of my friends on the diet, after they had reached their desired weight.

 

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Pecans: Handful a day keeps aging at bay

 

United Press International

06-11-10

Eating pecans daily may delay age-related muscle nerve degeneration, U.S. researchers suggest.

Lead researcher Thomas Shea of the Center for Cellular Neurobiology at the University of Massachusetts in Lowell carried out a number of laboratory studies on three groups of mice especially bred to demonstrate a decline in motor neuron function.

The researchers found mice fed a diet supplemented with ground pecans had a significant delay in decline in motor function compared to mice receiving no pecans. Mice eating the diet with the most pecans — 0.05 percent — fared best.

Results were based on how the mice on the control diet vs. those on the pecan-enriched diet performed in specific tests.

The study, published in Current Topics in Nutraceutical Research, suggests pecans contain a high amount of a natural antioxidants that help fight against cell damage.

“These findings suggest regular consumption of pecans may provide significant nutritive and antioxidant benefits for your body,” Shea said in statement.

United Press International.

Running on empty: the pros and cons of fasting

Running on empty: the pros and cons of fasting

Fasting restricts calories and may benefit your body. Is it a safe way to lose weight?

February 02, 2009|Shari Roan

Something about the way Americans eat isn’t working — and hasn’t been for a long time.

The number of obese Americans is now greater than the number who are merely overweight, according to government figures released last month. It’s as if once we taste food, we can’t stop until we’ve gorged ourselves.

Taking that inclination into account, some people are adopting an unusual solution to overeating. Rather than battling temptation in grocery stores, restaurants and their own kitchens, they simply don’t eat. At least not at certain times of the day or specific days of the week. 

Called intermittent fasting, this rather stark approach to weight control appears to be supported by science, not to mention various religious and cultural practices around the globe. The practice is a way to become more circumspect about food, its adherents say. But it also seems to yield the benefits of calorie restriction, which may ultimately reduce the risk of some diseases and even extend life. Some fasters, in fact, ultimately switch from regular, if comparatively rare, periods of hunger to permanent deprivation. They limit calories all the time.

“There is something kind of magical about starvation,” says Dr. Marc Hellerstein, a professor of endocrinology, metabolism and nutrition at UC Berkeley, who studies fasting.

Adds Mark P. Mattson, chief of the laboratory of neurosciences at the National Institute on Aging: “In normal health subjects, moderate fasting — maybe one day a week or cutting back on calories a couple of days a week — will have health benefits for most anybody.” Mattson is among the leading researchers on the effects of calorie restriction and the brain.

Not all nutrition professionals see the merits of fasting. Some think of it as a recipe for disaster, setting up a person for binge eating and metabolic confusion.

Ruth Frechman, a registered dietitian in Burbank and spokeswoman for the American Dietetic Assn., says she frequently sees such extreme strategies backfire. “You’re hungry, fatigued, irritable. Fasting is not very comfortable. People try to cut back one day and the next day they’re starving and they overeat.”

Researchers who study fasting and caloric restriction, however, say the body’s hunger cycle ultimately adjusts.

And from a biological standpoint, they say, fasting can be helpful whether someone is overweight or normal weight.

Diabetes drugs given ‘too soon’

Diabetes drugs given ‘too soon’

One in three people with type 2 diabetes are given medication too soon, instead of being urged to eat better and do more exercise, a study suggests. 

A study of 650 people in south west England found 36% were put on tablets within a month of being diagnosed, a Diabetes UK conference heard.

But guidelines recommend first trying lifestyle changes to control diabetes.

A Department of Health spokeswoman said medication helps people to “manage their condition”.

The Royal College of GPs agreed diet and exercise should come first.

More than 400 people a day are diagnosed with type 2 diabetes in the UK.

When people are diagnosed, they’re ready to make a lot of changes but if you give them a tablet, you’re saying it is not their lifestyle that is the problem
Dr Rob Andrew

It is often associated with obesity, and attempts in recent years to screen people for the disease has increased the number of people being diagnosed.

In the latest study, researchers found that in many patients lifestyle management was not given a chance, despite being widely recognised as being the initial first “treatment”.

Metformin is the first drug of choice, but more drugs can be added if that is not doing enough to control blood sugar levels.

The researchers found that 13% of participants were actually on two types of tablets within the first few weeks of being diagnosed with type 2 diabetes.

Study author Dr Rob Andrew, a senior lecturer at the University of Bristol, said they had not expected the figures to be quite so high.

“There is quite clear guidance that says when you’re first diagnosed, you should have the opportunity to concentrate on lifestyle then if that doesn’t work the next stage is metformin.

Balanced diet

“When people are diagnosed, they’re ready to make a lot of changes but if you give them a tablet, you’re saying it is not their lifestyle that is the problem.”

He added that incentive payments to encourage GPs to reduce blood glucose levels in patients with diabetes, a lack of NHS resources for lifestyle support and a cultural attitude that people will not make the necessary changes are probably all to blame.

Simon O’Neill, from Diabetes UK, said they were concerned that in some cases medication seemed to be the first port of call.

“A healthy, balanced diet and doing physical activity should always be the foundation of good diabetes management.

“Type 2 diabetes is a progressive condition – the longer a person has diabetes, the more likely they are to need tablets, and eventually insulin.

Good diabetes care is not just about medication
Department of Health

“Even if people are on tablets, medication should not simply replace diet and physical activity.”

Professor Steve Field, chairman of the Royal College of GPs, said there was probably a case of jumping in too quickly with pills.

“It is a reminder for GPs and nurses managing newly diagnosed diabetes that lifestyle advice is the most important component.”

He added that in some areas of the country there was a lack of resources for supporting behavioural changes.

The Department of Health has defended its treatment of people with the condition.

A spokeswoman said: “Prescribed medication is vital to enable many people with diabetes to manage their condition on a day-to-day basis and to reduce their risk of developing complications such as heart attack and stroke.”

However, she stressed that “good diabetes care is not just about medication”.

“As the NICE guidelines recommend, people with type 2 diabetes should be encouraged to make lifestyle changes, such as healthy eating and increased physical activity, before starting medication,” she said.

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.

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Alcohol and HCG

Real HCG is an organic, live substance. Alcohol totally destroys it. The “sting” in cheap homeopathic HCG is the alcohol they put in it. They do so to give it unlimited shelf life You can read the entire Dr. Simeon protocol and you will not find “put alcohol” into the HCG anywhere in his medical book. In fact, he warns to absolutely NEVER use alcohol. Alcohol destroys HCG. HCG is a LIVING organism and THE ALCOHOL THEY PUT IN “HOMEOPATHIC HCG” WOULD DESTROY IT.

Alcohol and HCG is a combination that will take you out of ketosis. which is a no fat burning state

As for the answer you are really lookoin for…..You can drink or you can eat but you can’t do both.

If you have to drink alcohol then buy the HCG Spray for someone else— using the spray will be a wast of your time and  money.

If you have a problem with not drinking for a month or two then I suggest getting help from AA or some other organization that deals with substance abuse.

 

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HCG Diet without injections

When I first heard about the HCG Weight loss Diet, everyone was getting the injections from a doctor, and paying hundreds of dollars for the program. I decided to try the HCG Diet spray drops, because it was a lot easier to use than injections, and (it costs) a lot less expensive. I got great results the first week, and lost almost 7 pounds! I had been trying to lose 20 pounds for years with no success. Now it’s been a little over 3 weeks and I’m at my ideal weight. I feel like a new person!
I sprayed the HCG (under my tongue)  on the roof of my mouth 3 times a day . and I never got hungry or low blood sugar. I seemed to have a lot more energy during the day, and even slept much better at night. At first I was concerned about getting just the right formula. I liked this one because it contains the essence of HCG, adrenal, thyroid, and fat metabolizer in 3x, 6x, 12x, 30x, 60x potencies. This weight loss spray is manufactured fresh every week by a homeopathic company that’s been in business for many years. Most folks find this Homeopathic HCG spray more effective than the injections. I believe that this is the future of HCG Diet. 

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