I want to blog my progress using four main focus areas:
Body Fat Percentage
Lean Body Mass Percentage
Out of the four listed, the least important is weight. Why is that, you ask? Your weight does not always accurately portray what is going on in your body. Let me give you two scenarios, of women of the same height. Choose who is the healthier woman between:
Weight: 150 pounds. Body Fat: 34%.
Weight: 160 pounds. Body Fat: 31%.
The woman who weighs more is the healthier woman.
Think about this today and try to change your ideas about what is a healthy weight for you.
When I first started researching the HCG Diet, I didn't find the information I was looking for on the internet. Specifically, I wanted to know what the body fat percentage vs. lean body mass weight loss was on this diet. This blog documents those numbers.
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Please be aware that the FDA has not approved HCG for weight loss and there is no substantial evidence that HCG is effective in the treatment of obesity.
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