HCG Pellets Review

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HCG Pellets are small dots placed under the tongue when following the HCG diet. The pellets contain some interesting ingredients, but none of the ingredients are proven to boost weight loss. There are diuretics and herbs used to fight constipation thrown in with anti-anxiety herbs and herbs to suppress appetite. None of the ingredients in this formula have been clinically tested and proven to boost weight loss, so the dieter should look more closely into the diet often followed by people using the HCG pellets for weight loss. Typically, an HCG diet is accompanied by a 500 calorie diet that limits the dieter to the point that they end up binging and gaining weight.

List of Ingredients

Ingredients:

  • Homeopathic hCG
  • L-Arginine
  • Carnitine
  • Ornithine
  • Fucus Vesiculosus
  • Phytolacca Decandra
  • Thyroidinum
  • Aceticum Acidum
  • Baryta Iodata
  • Anacardium Orientale
  • Calcarea Carbonica
  • Capsicum Annum
  • Graphites
  • Natrum Sulphuricum
  • Zincum Metallicum
  • Stannum Metallicum

Product Features

We found HCG pellets on an HCG Source website. There is no manufacturer listed and no means of finding out how and where the product was manufactured. The product description claims the pellets are to be placed under the tongue until they dissolve. There is no mention of diet and exercise associated with the product claims, but HCG supplements are rarely marketed without information on the diet and exercise program associated with HCG’s history.

The supplement also claims to contain homeopathic HCG. HCG or human chorionic gonadotropin is a hormone released in the female body during pregnancy. There is no homeopathic variety of this hormone.

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Advantages

  • All of the ingredients in HCG Pellets are listed online.
  • The pellets are less expensive than most HCG drop or other HCG products.

Disadvantages

  • No mention of the HCG diet.
  • None of the ingredients are proven to boost weight loss.
  • Contains diuretics and ingredients commonly used to relieve constipation.

Conclusion

The HCG Diet is not a safe diet. Dieters commonly follow a 500 calorie diet while they take a supplement that has no clinical support for the fat burning and weight loss claims. Dieters trust these diets because the manufactures and website owners tell them the diet works with testimonials and before and after photos. HCG Pellets will not increase weight loss. The diet associated with the HCG Pellets will likely increase weight loss, but only temporarily as the dieter will likely end up extremely hungry resulting in binge eating and weight regain.

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Editor: Paul Blake

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One User Review about HCG Pellets

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    Kate

    I’ve been using HCG Elite for months now and I can say that it benefited me. Although the drop in my weight didn’t seem drastic, I can say that it somehow helped me shed pounds with the help of proper diet and exercise. So far, i’m not feeling any side effects.

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