HCG Fusion Review
What You Should Know
HCG Fusion is a weight loss program that combines branded supplements with meal replacement shakes. Typically an HCG diet focuses on extremely low calorie diets and HCG drops, tablets or injections. There is no clinical evidence that HCG diets work better than other types of diets but there is skepticism about how long a dieter can maintain a diet consuming less than 500 calories per day. This diet allows the dieter 1,200 calories a day and the supplements are not HCG supplements at all.
List of Ingredients
- Acetyl L-Carnitine
- Chaste Tree Berry
- Dong Quai Root
- Wild Yam Root
- Green Tea Leaf Extract
- Yerba Mate Extract
- Black Cohosh Root
- Pyridoxine HCL
- Guarana Seed
- Coleus Forskohlii
- Citrus Aurantium
Losing weight is about a careful balance of good food, good exercise and proven supplements. The classic HCG diet claims dieters can take HCG, in various forms, and consume less than 500 calories a day without feeling hungry because the HCG allows the body to use stored fat as fuel. There is no evidence of this actually happening, but the Internet buzz is strong enough to keep dieters coming back year after year. HCG Fusion is different. Dieters are asked to use meal replacement drinks and several supplements to boost weight loss. We found no HCG associated with the diet and the supplements contain dangerous ingredients that could cause negative side effects.
HF 30 and Sustain are two of the main supplements offered as part of the HCG Fusion program. HF 30 combines amino acids, stimulants and “female” supplements. Dong quai and black cohosh are typically used to reduce the symptoms of menopause, though neither has clinical results supporting this use. Green tea is proven to boost metabolism, but there is no appetite suppressant in HF 30.
Sustain is marketed to help the dieter maintain weight loss. This supplement is packed with different stimulants like guarana and citrus aurantium. But again there is no appetite suppressant.
- Ingredients are listed on the HCG Fusion website.
- Green tea is proven to boost metabolism.
- Does not contain the ingredients needed to suppress appetite.
- There is no HCG in HCG Fusion.
- All products in the diet are branded.
Dieters don’t have to subscribe to the theory that one diet and one brand of supplement will cause weight loss for every dieter. HCG is not a safe diet plan, but HCG Fusion does not fit the classic description of an HCG diet. The meal replacement shakes are nothing special and the supplements are not proven to have any effect on weight loss.