This board is not for you. Go back to where you came from please. We are here to support each other not tear each other down. If you dont like the way we are doing things, dont come here or if you do keep your mouth shut. Not all of us agree on how each of us is doing this but we are supporters and listeners through learning. If you cant be either of these things, you need to take your judgmental self to another site.
Gee, I guess you told me.
This isn't a "closed club." Hate to break the news to you, but anybody can post here.
Here's a theory: Maybe people really don't want to do the work of losing weight. Because it is work, I'm sure. Patience is something people just don't have much of these days, especially for things like dropping 20 pounds or whatever.
Your defensiveness indicates I possibly hit a nerve with you. Maybe the reality is a little too much to bear for you folks. Do you all really believe you can go back to eating Twinkies and Ho-Ho's after receiving a series of "injections" to "melt" your body fat?
If you eat fewer calories than you burn, you'll lose weight. As I said, it's not rocket science. I'm unclear as to how "injections" and "herbal teas" and pills will help someone change their eating habits, but feel free to enlighten me on that one.
Nope. I don't have "all the answers." But a person would have to be living under a rock these days to understand that if they want to lose weight, they have to eat less and move more. Obesity and type II diabetes are rampant in the U.S., and if you even give 1 minute of your attention to the mainstream media, it's being reported on. Shite, I don't even have a T.V., and I know it's being reported on from what I've seen on mainstream news websites.
So, I'm asking you people: What do you hope to gain by using a "quick" fix or a bogus unsubstantiated method to lose weight? As I said, once you lose the weight, you must monitor your food intake and exercise more ANYWAY. So why not just do that from the start? How does getting a "self-injection" of hormones? I've done some reading on the web, and I haven't found one single reputable source indicating that HCG is effective for weight loss, in and of itself. It is ALWAYS
....coupled with a low-calorie diet and exercise.
So, again, why take it? Why not just work out more and eat less?
BTW, if you are not eating a low-carb diet, you will not move yourself further towards PERMANENT weight loss if you have blood sugar issues or appetite control problems. Just sayin'.
I'm just wondering if a bunch of hucksters hawking this HCG stuff has taken over this forum. Because it sure seems like it. The shite isn't even FDA approved.
Go back to the barn babe!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
You are being unkind, rude and arrogant.
Not a great way to influence people or have them take you seriously.
You sound 'mad at the world.'
please refrain from using foul language and atagonistic behaviour or you will lose your membership.
this is a positve, support board.
perhaps if you speak to people kindly, they might listen.
as for the FDA approval.
the FDA is not GOD, they lie, they cover up and the are only concerned with the almighty dollar.
Read Dr. Simeon's Pounds and Inches manuscript from the 1950's and you'll understand about hCG therapy and protocol.
Then come back and rant.
Yeah you hit a nerve. The last one I have left for smartarses like yourself who have probably never had a weight problem in their whole life and want to come tell us who have to " just push yourself away from the table and walk 10 minutes a day" You dont know ****. None of us are looking for a quick fix.We are all working our butts off in many different ways to lose weight that wouldnt come off with your little exercise routine and your carb counting. Go judge someone your own size and get that huge chip off your slender shoulder and head back to your barn.