Have you tried countless diets and weight loss plans without success? Many looking to lose weight, want to not just shed the extra pounds – but shed them fast! While quick weight loss is possible, it’s rarely sustainable and could even be dangerous when approached the without proper medical guidance.
That's why at Newtown MediSpa, we offer the hCG Diet – a proven, safe and effective way to lose up to 30 pounds less than 30 days. Our successful hCG program helps you burn fat while supporting lean muscle health, suppresses your appetite, eliminates those cravings, and resets your metabolism.
hCG (Human Chorionic Gonadotropin) is a natural hormone produced in large quantities during pregnancy to ensure that a baby gets all the proper nutrients needed for full, healthy development. It’s the same hormone that triggers the hypothalamus (the region of the brain that regulates appetite, sleep cycles, and body temperature) to mobilize stored fat into the bloodstream to be used as food. Physicians and scientists believe this mobilization of hCG helps to reset metabolism, protect your body’s beneficial fat and prevent muscle tissue from breaking down (a common negative effect of low-calorie diets that do not utilize hCG).
Use of hCG in weight loss goes back more than half a century. During the 1950s, Dr. Albert T.W. Simeons began administering small doses of hCG to obese patients to decrease appetite. Results included significant weight loss and a reduction of inches around the hips, thighs, buttocks, and stomach. Dr. Simeons’ approach since has become one of the most enduringly popular and effective natural weight loss solutions nationwide and worldwide.
The hCG weight loss protocol consists of a very low-calorie diet (VLCD) accompanied by treatments of hCG. The average hCG dieter experiences rapid weight loss averaging 1 to 2 pounds per day. In addition to the loss of unwanted fat, the true benefit of the hCG protocol is its ability to modify the dieter’s relationship with food and eating, resulting in easily managed, long-term weight loss.
Choosing the Right Practice
At Newtown MediSpa, your health and weight loss journey will start with a complete medical assessment by our owner and Physician Assistant, Debra Sullivan, where she will listen to your goals, answer all your questions and understand who you are.
Together, we will come up with a treatment plan that will fit your lifestyle and put you on a healthy path to losing weight. Our LPN will work with you throughout your entire hCG weight loss journey, offering support and encouragement, tweaking your program and assisting you with the reintroduction of a healthy diet plan.
We have helped hundreds of men and women in their journey to lose weight and follow healthier lifestyles, and are looking forward to helping many more improve their lives.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I lose the weight with just a low-calorie diet?
You will lose weight using a very low-calorie diet. However, as we have all experienced, you will most likely lose muscle and further slow down your metabolism. In addition, hCG allows you to lose fat in the areas that are typically the most difficult including the abdomen, hips and upper thighs.
Will I be hungry?
Because of its effect on the hypothalamus, hunger is also decreased with the hCG hormone. Dieters will often feel as though they are stuffing themselves in order to reach that 500 calorie limit! However, if you do feel hungry, it's very important to contact us because we may need to increase your hCG dose.
How is Newtown MediSpa's program structured?
We offer two hCG cycles – a 23-day and 40-day cycle. Both start with your medical assessment and treatment plan consultation with our staff and may include an initial body composition analysis and pertinent lab work. Each program includes weekly visits for weigh-ins and coaching, all your hCG injections, hCG diet guidelines, shopping lists, and recipes. After you have completed your initial hCG cycle, we will transition you into the Nutritional Counseling phase (required for all new hCG program patients).
How much weight could I lose?
Initially, your weight loss will be1-2 pounds per day. This will decrease as you continue the program. At some point in the diet, your weight may plateau. Do not be discouraged. You will still be losing inches. Weight loss typically resumes.
Is it safe?
Although side effects are rare and minimal, it is important to undertake this diet under the care of a physician. A headache is the most common symptom during the first few days as your body adjusts to the diet and is easily relieved by an over the counter pain reliever. Some people also experience constipation which can be relieved by drinking more water and adding a fiber supplement to your diet.
How do I take the medication?
hCG comes in prefilled syringes which eliminate mixing and drawing the correct amount. Subcutaneous injections in the abdomen are simple for most people to learn and you will be shown how prior to beginning the diet. You will be provided with all the necessary supplies.
Can I take my normal medications on hCG?
As hCG is a natural hormone, it should not interfere with any of your current medications. However, you should not take any oil based supplements such as fish oil and vitamin E. hCG makes your metabolism very sensitive to fats and oils and will decrease your weight loss during the diet.
Is the weight loss permanent with hCG?
Like any other diet, the hCG diet does not result in permanent weight loss. Rather it is designed to give you a ‘jump start’ to living a healthier lifestyle. Despite years of successful use for the purpose of weight loss, hCG is not approved by the FDA for weight loss. The FDA acknowledges hCG is used for weight loss by requiring the following statement:
“HCG has not been approved by the Food and Drug Administration as safe and effective in the treatment of obesity or weight control. There is no substantial evidence that HCG increases weight loss beyond that resulting from caloric restriction, that it causes a more attractive or ‘normal’ distribution of fat or that it decreases the hunger and discomfort associated with calorie-restrictive diets.”