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The Weight Loss Apocalypse -
by Robin Phipps Woodall

Today most of the information people get about the hCG protocol is from the Internet. Because no other explanation exists other than what Dr. Simeons wrote in Pounds & Inches, a large amount of speculation, skepticism, and inaccurate assumptions (based on Simeons’ theories and observations) have developed for why and how it works—or doesn’t work.

But because Pounds & Inches was written in 1967, Dr. Simeons could NOT have formulated a theory to explain his observations in a way that makes sense, based on today’s level of scientific understanding.

In other words, Pounds & Inches is outdated.

Dr. Simeons himself wrote: To argue for or against Simeons’ theories is a
waste of time. We need to skip over how he thought it worked, and start
anew. We need a new explanation for why such a small amount of hCG could prevent starvation—not applied to the invalid assumption based on calories, but applied to the modern and proven science that describes starvation as a consequence regulated by hormones.

Dr. Simeons Said, “I have never had an opportunity of conducting the
laboratory investigations which are so necessary for a theoretical
understanding of clinical observations, and I can only hope that those more
fortunately placed will in time be able to fill this gap.”

The modern hypothesis discussed in Weight-Loss Apocalypse will force the entire weight-loss and diet industry to change. Not only because the more people who do the protocol correctly will significantly reduce the
occurrence of obesity, but because new science destroys the outdated idea of “calories in, calories out.” No more counting, no more measuring.

Have you ever considered what it would emotionally feel like to be limited
to less than 500 calories of food, while living amongst gluttons? For most,
when considering the benefits versus the risks of the hCG protocol,
emotional hardship isn’t well thought-out. Instead, the biggest influence
when deciding to do the protocol is potential weight-loss.

They’re tired of battling with weight, and frustrated with the diet
industry’s failure to make a difference. They think, “If what thousands of
people proclaim on the Internet is true– eating such a small amount of food
must be worth it.” There’s no hunger, the food is simple, and if the weight
is lost as fast as everyone says, how could the protocol be difficult?

This mentality is naive. The hCG protocol requires the participant eat 500
calories in food for about a month, and when done correctly, hunger may
limit eating to even less. Take a step back and observe this amount of food.
Compare it against the backdrop of our normal cultural eating behavior.
Notice the difference? Our culture is the most gluttonous and dysfunctional
culture with food –in the Universe.

We spend hundreds of billions of dollars on food, and what’s ironic is that
we spend billions, trying not to eat it.

The hCG protocol is the extreme opposite. The naivety is in thinking that
weight-loss will perpetually motivate us to eat less, even amongst friends,
family, and coworkers who eat significantly more. And to believe that
without hunger you’ll be emotionally resilient– is crazy!

How many of you eat without hunger? When you’re bored, when you’re
celebrating, when you’re drunk, have the munchies, when you’ve had a
difficult day at work, to suppress negative feelings about someone, or to
avoid having to talk to strangers in social settings? Anybody who thinks
that hunger is why American’s eat too much, needs a reality check.

If you ask anybody who is obese how often they’re hungry (I’m talking true
physical hunger), they will tell you they’re not hungry that often. However,
for reasons I’m not going to explain in this blog, their hunger occurs more
rapidly than others who have less fat. In general, they’re not hungry for
breakfast; they could wait hours and hours before feeling that physical
irritation and urgency to eat, and they don’t need as much food
to reduce hunger.

This makes sense, considering the science that has proven the more fat a
person has, the higher (exponentially) their blood leptin levels are.
Leptin, in the brain, reduces hunger. So it makes sense that if you have
more leptin, you’re going to experience hunger less often. But does lack of
hunger and weight loss keep you from continually eating with the rest of our
gluttonous culture? Probably not. Otherwise the first diet you ever
attempted would have worked long term.

The hCG protocol is not as easy as you think. It requires you eat less than
what small children eat, and for over a month. If you live in America, that
means you’re going to be constantly surrounded by food commercials,
surrounded by restaurants and fast food joints on every corner, and will
have invitations to eat all the time– for any reason. Our culture is defined
by eating and food, so to think any amount of fat loss would completely
overhaul your desires to eat is naïve.

Before considering the hCG protocol, take into account the desire and
emotional strength you’re going to have to develop to let go of excessive
emotional eating. And to keep from gaining fat back, you’ll have to let go
of emotional eating forever. Are you ready to divorce this gluttonous way of
life? Do you really want to let go of food emotionally? Are you seeking an
intrinsic desire to eat less, whether you lose weight or not? If so, the hCG
protocol will change your life. Your body will heal and your relationship
with food will too. With freedom from emotional eating as your goal,
consider yourself anything but a sissy, and ready to take on the hCG
protocol challenge.



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