What You Should Know
How can a dieter determine the validity of a supplement in one quick glance? The official website. One quick look at the website for hCG Flash tells the dieter all they need to know about the supplement. There is no official ingredient list, the dieters shown on the website are no necessarily “actual customers” and there are many spelling and grammar errors. Human chorionic gonadotropin is not proven to boost weight loss, boost metabolism or suppress hunger. Any weight loss benefits associated from taking hCG Flash will likely come from the African Mango and very low calorie diet.
List of Ingredients
Human Chorionic Gonadotropin and African Mango.
Looking through the question/answer portion of the website, we found several references to injected hCG for weight loss. Clinical studies have proven hCG in injected form does not increase weight loss. The creators of hCG Flash note the oral drops being sold on the website are a diluted form of injected hCG. If the injected strength does not promote weight loss there is no way an oral drop in diluted form will promote weight loss.
The other ingredient in hCG Flash is African mango. This ingredient is also known as Irvingia gabonensis. There are some small clinical trials resulting in increased weight loss when taking African mango with a reduced calorie diet and exercise program, but the studies are very small and poorly controlled. According to WebMD, there are no sufficient studies supporting weight loss claims associated with African mango.
We want every dieter to take the time to look over a website before buying a diet pill or weight loss supplement based on weight loss claims. The professional quality of an official website tells a lot about a company. On the front page of the hCG Flash website, we found more than 10 spelling errors and countless grammar errors. The website was clearly thrown up in a “flash” to sell a supplement with no clinical support.
- The layout of the website is easy to navigate.
- There is no ingredient list on the website.
- hCG is not proven to boost weight loss.
- African mango is not proven to improve weight loss in large, controlled studies.
- Before and after photos may not be of actual hCG Flash customers.
There are too many proven weight loss ingredients for dieters to spend time and money with a fad diet like the hCG diet. This weight loss plan forces a dieter to eat only 500 calories a day for an extended period of time. This results in weight loss because the body is starving. There is a good chance the dieter will regain weight after increasing calorie intake.