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Negativity Toward The HCG Diet

Negativity toward the HCG Diet is not uncommon. People are naturally scared of the unknown.

I remember when my wife Suzy was about to start Round 1 of the HCG Diet, girls she worked with, and even family members told her what a bad idea it was.

The funny part about it is that none of them knew anything about the HCG Diet or how it works.

People had told her that she shouldn't use the diet, because she would be injecting animal urine. Which is funny because if they knew anything about the diet at all, they would know that HCG stands for "Human Chorionic Gonadotropin", the key-word here is HUMAN!

So make sure that your are fully prepared for all of the negative remarks and comments that people might throw at you.

It's important for you to remember why you decided to start the HCG Diet in the first place. Don't let other people and their ignorance, dissuade you from bettering yourself.


Have you heard a lot of negative remarks about the HCG Weight Loss Diet?

Make sure to check back with HCG Diet 411, for more up-to-date tips and recipes. Until next time, keep working hard and as always, good luck!

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