URGENT Message For All HCG Diet’ers: Don’t Mix Your HCG Formulas!

URGENT Message For All HCG Dieters: Don’t Mix Your HCG Diet Formulas!

swatting bad homeopathic HCG companies
“Bad Company! Baaad Company! No! No!”

When you’re on the HCG Diet, what happens when you’ve been taking fake HCG (homeopathic) and then suddenly switch to real HCG without taking a break in-between? You get some damned strange results, that’s what!

A long-time reader is screwing up Big-Time and I’ve crossed my fingers that she actually listens to me before it’s too late.

Here’s what happened.

She was taking the fake homeopathic HCG from PureH2o2forhealth (ugh, even their name is a lie) and I’ve not hidden that I think that if they’re not the most egregiously deceptive of the companies selling homeopathic HCG, then they’re certainly in my Top 3.

They earned double GIS Bad Company Points for the psychological manipulations on the homepage peddling their fake HCG as well as the pains they took to bury the FACT their product has no REAL HCG in it while pointing their fingers at the (alleged) “deception” other homeopathic companies (their competitors, how convenient) supposedly foist on their customers.

Is that rich or what?

I previously wrote a lot more about them in Homeopathic HCG Scam Tragically Claims Another Victim, and then in Homeopathic HCG Scam Claims Another Tragic Victim – Part 2 and then provided the solution here in Homeopathic HCG Scam Claims Another Tragic Victim – Part 3 .

Consider this my electronic rolled-up newspaper and rubbing their noses in the crap they’re putting out to deceive the folks.

Can You Take Homeopathic HCG Along With Rx HCG Diet?

Here’s the problem my dear reader is in the thick of — she was still taking their fake HCG within days of taking pharmaceutical HCG and was wondering why she was still getting hungry (not supposed to happen).

Below are snippets from my urgent response to her. Hopefully, she’ll heed my warning and recommendations.

> 3-This is my 3rd 43-day go around; yes, quite bored with the menu and not interested in doing a lot of prep via recipes so I bite the bullet. 1st go around 20 pounds lighter, 2nd time gained 3-5; #3 go around started with 7 drops 1X a day of PureH2o2forhealth hcg on 5/20 after 2+ days of loading; switched to PE hcg on 5/24 or 5/25 and am still very hungry in a.m. (decaf w/cream helps!) but by meal times very hungry, still crave sweets esp after each meal; and yes I do and have put flavored Stevia in my water off and on for years.

“Wow. “Ms X” (to protect the innocent), with all due respect you’ve got a real mess going on there.

If I read what you wrote correctly, you were still on homeopathic drops when you started a round with the real Rx HCG. If that’s the case, then I would stop everything IMMEDIATELY.

Quit doing any and all forms of HCG for the next 6 weeks and then start again with a clean slate.

You’ve introduced too many random variables here and if it turns out that the real HCG is not working as expected, then you have no way of verifying what the exact cause was/is. You can’t isolate and troubleshoot with that many variables in the mix.

Smartest thing to do at this point = Start fresh again in 6 weeks, with the real HCG and let’s do it right from the top.”

Man, I have GOT to do something about all the wrong, inaccurate and down-right dangerous misinformation out there about HCG and the HCG Diet. What this industry needs is some type of ‘definitive guide,’ a methodology that’s proven to work. Something that you know it will work because it has worked for hundreds of others.

Hmmm… Do you have any suggestions?

Stay Tuned. Stay Gutless.

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  3. shannon jensen says:

    Hi there,,,I ordered oral “HCH” from oralhcgsolution.com. It cost $120.00 with shipping. I’m assuming it’s fake, but my real question is does anyone know anyhting about natural helath labs in colorado?,,Thay are selling oral hcg for $10/bottle. Thanks

  4. shannon jensen says:

    Hi there,,,I ordered oral “HCH” from oralhcgsolution.com. It cost $120.00 with shipping. I’m assuming it’s fake, but my real question is does anyone know anyhting about natural helath labs in colorado?,,Thay are selling oral hcg for $10/bottle. Thanks

  5. walter says:

    Welcome here, Shannon. If you’ve spent any time reading my blog then you know I am not a fan of homeopathic nor premade sublingual HCG formulas. Do a search in the posts and there are potential quality-control issues w/premade formulas. If you mix it yourself, then you don’t have to worry if a cost-cutting company gave you expired HCG.

    > I ordered oral “HCH” from oralhcgsolution.com. It cost $120.00 with shipping. I’m assuming it’s fake,

    Help me out here, Shannon. If you’ve assumed it’s fake (and I’m not sure it is) then why did you order from them? The statement seems to be at odds with itself. In general, don’t let price dictate your HCG choices. I’ve yet to see that working out for the penny-pincher in question. Best to save your sheckels to when you can buy stuff worth your time, energy and money.

  6. walter says:

    Welcome here, Shannon. If you’ve spent any time reading my blog then you know I am not a fan of homeopathic nor premade sublingual HCG formulas. Do a search in the posts and there are potential quality-control issues w/premade formulas. If you mix it yourself, then you don’t have to worry if a cost-cutting company gave you expired HCG.

    > I ordered oral “HCH” from oralhcgsolution.com. It cost $120.00 with shipping. I’m assuming it’s fake,

    Help me out here, Shannon. If you’ve assumed it’s fake (and I’m not sure it is) then why did you order from them? The statement seems to be at odds with itself. In general, don’t let price dictate your HCG choices. I’ve yet to see that working out for the penny-pincher in question. Best to save your sheckels to when you can buy stuff worth your time, energy and money.

  7. shannon jensen says:

    Walter,,,,,Thanks for your response.

    I’m going to try this again.

    I bought HCG from oralhcgsolution at $120. and did the protocol for the 23 days. I lost a bit of weight and was so impressed I thought like so many others that maybe I could market the stuff.
    After looking at many sources, I came across a place called Narural Health Labs who was selling it in bulk for $10/bottle.
    I felt ripped off since I had paid over $100, but upon further research I discovered the common belief that all HCG is fake.
    My question to you was if you knew anything about either companies and if you knew if one or both was fake.
    It didn’t really have anything to do with penny pinching…Thanks Shannon

  8. shannon jensen says:

    Walter,,,,,Thanks for your response.

    I’m going to try this again.

    I bought HCG from oralhcgsolution at $120. and did the protocol for the 23 days. I lost a bit of weight and was so impressed I thought like so many others that maybe I could market the stuff.
    After looking at many sources, I came across a place called Narural Health Labs who was selling it in bulk for $10/bottle.
    I felt ripped off since I had paid over $100, but upon further research I discovered the common belief that all HCG is fake.
    My question to you was if you knew anything about either companies and if you knew if one or both was fake. \
    It didn’t really have anything to do with penny pinching…Thanks Shannon

  9. walter says:

    To bottom-line it, Shannon. You didn’t get ripped off and by trying to compare these 2 companies, you’re making an apples to oranges classic mistake.

    > I bought HCG from oralhcgsolution at $120. and did the protocol for the 23 days. I lost a bit of weight and was so impressed I thought like so many others that maybe I could market the stuff.

    Yes, money can be made by marketing it, but why would you want to? #1 – the field is too crowded. #2 – no one should consider selling it unless you bring something extraordinary to the table — certainly something more than you “lost a bit of weight.”

    Otherwise, why should someone buy from you instead of the manufacturer or any number of other me-too affiliate sellers? If you want to be competitive in such a hyper-competitive field, then you need something unique about why they should buy from you.

    A few weeks ago an Internet marketer was sniffing around my site, asking the type of questions that someone in that field tends to ask. When I pointblank asked why he was wanting to know, he fessed up, saying he had lost 20lbs and wanted to start his own HCG biz selling formulas and teaching others how to lose weight.

    I strongly advised him to choose another field. Why? Because 20lbs is nothing to talk about when you want the buying public to look to you as any type of expert. I told him he should look to where he has produced extraordinary results in some endeavor and do something in THAT field.

    Ok… so consider that my bit of Simon Cowell cold-dose-of-reality advice.

    > I felt ripped off since I had paid over $100, but upon further research I discovered the common belief that all HCG is fake.

    See, I’m not familiar with that belief and I’ve been involved in this field for several years. I’ve found that people aren’t sure what’s real and what’s not — that’s one of the reasons I started this blog. But common belief that “all HCG is fake”? Naw. Haven’t seen that one. But… if that’s your experience then that’s your experience/interpretation.

    Look, you didn’t get ripped off. These 2 companies are selling two different formulas — one has no ACTUAL HCG in it and the other SEEMS to be premade sublingual drops… (qualifying it w/”seems” because I didn’t want to dig around to see whether they’re actually selling homeopathic HCG and just doing a good job of hiding it).

    But you already know, based on my last response to you and many, many other places on this blog that I’m not of fan of premade formulas and the reasons why I’m not.

    In my book, if you had bought the homeopathic HCG, THAT would have been the rip-off.

    > My question to you was if you knew anything about either companies and if you knew if one or both was fake.

    Premade HCG sublingual formulas are not fake HCG. Questionable maybe, but certainly not fake. Even homeopathic HCG is not fake HCG, not really. The nature of any homeopathic formula is that the product has none of the actual ingredient you’re (ostensibly) paying for in it.

    Now that’s not really a rip-off, it’s just the buying public has not educated itself on what homeopathy is and is not.

    That’s the job I have taken on. There are scientific studies that do show there is no factual basis for homeopathic products other than what can be explained with the placebo effect.

    > It didn’t really have anything to do with penny pinching…Thanks Shannon

    If you took that wrong, Shannon, then it wasn’t really directed to you. The questions and concerns you’re expressing are shared by an number of others I wanted to chunk up and include them in my response. A lot of folks out there are penny-wise and pound-foolish.

  10. walter says:

    To bottom-line it, Shannon. You didn’t get ripped off and by trying to compare these 2 companies, you’re making an apples to oranges classic mistake.

    > I bought HCG from oralhcgsolution at $120. and did the protocol for the 23 days. I lost a bit of weight and was so impressed I thought like so many others that maybe I could market the stuff.

    Yes, money can be made by marketing it, but why would you want to? #1 – the field is too crowded. #2 – no one should consider selling it unless you bring something extraordinary to the table — certainly something more than you “lost a bit of weight.”

    Otherwise, why should someone buy from you instead of the manufacturer or any number of other me-too affiliate sellers? If you want to be competitive in such a hyper-competitive field, then you need something unique about why they should buy from you.

    A few weeks ago an Internet marketer was sniffing around my site, asking the type of questions that someone in that field tends to ask. When I pointblank asked why he was wanting to know, he fessed up, saying he had lost 20lbs and wanted to start his own HCG biz selling formulas and teaching others how to lose weight.

    I strongly advised him to choose another field. Why? Because 20lbs is nothing to talk about when you want the buying public to look to you as any type of expert. I told him he should look to where he has produced extraordinary results in some endeavor and do something in THAT field.

    Ok… so consider that my bit of Simon Cowell cold-dose-of-reality advice.

    > I felt ripped off since I had paid over $100, but upon further research I discovered the common belief that all HCG is fake.

    See, I’m not familiar with that belief and I’ve been involved in this field for several years. I’ve found that people aren’t sure what’s real and what’s not — that’s one of the reasons I started this blog. But common belief that “all HCG is fake”? Naw. Haven’t seen that one. But… if that’s your experience then that’s your experience/interpretation.

    Look, you didn’t get ripped off. These 2 companies are selling two different formulas — one has no ACTUAL HCG in it and the other SEEMS to be premade sublingual drops… (qualifying it w/”seems” because I didn’t want to dig around to see whether they’re actually selling homeopathic HCG and just doing a good job of hiding it).

    But you already know, based on my last response to you and many, many other places on this blog that I’m not of fan of premade formulas and the reasons why I’m not.

    In my book, if you had bought the homeopathic HCG, THAT would have been the rip-off.

    > My question to you was if you knew anything about either companies and if you knew if one or both was fake. \

    Premade HCG sublingual formulas are not fake HCG. Questionable maybe, but certainly not fake. Even homeopathic HCG is not fake HCG, not really. The nature of any homeopathic formula is that the product has none of the actual ingredient you’re (ostensibly) paying for in it.

    Now that’s not really a rip-off, it’s just the buying public has not educated itself on what homeopathy is and is not.

    That’s the job I have taken on. There are scientific studies that do show there is no factual basis for homeopathic products other than what can be explained with the placebo effect.

    > It didn’t really have anything to do with penny pinching…Thanks Shannon

    If you took that wrong, Shannon, then it wasn’t really directed to you. The questions and concerns you’re expressing are shared by an number of others I wanted to chunk up and include them in my response. A lot of folks out there are penny-wise and pound-foolish.

  11. Tiffany says:

    Hello again!

    I’m almost finished reading all of your blog posts (I started with your oldest ones). I know that a “how-to” guide would be very beneficial not only for me, but for the thousands of individuals searching the web for the CORRECT way to do the protocol.

    As I mentioned in my previous comment, I worked out before beginning this. What I failed to mention is that I have continued to do so. I have backed off a bit, though. Previously, I would do 4 days of weights (1 hr) and 6 days of strenuous cardio (minimum of 2 hrs). I have continued the same weights but have moved to walking one hour daily instead of the cardio.

    My point in telling you all of that is that it would be valuable for me to know how much is too much. I know that you have the knowledge to share all of that in a book or whatever you would produce.

  12. Tiffany says:

    Hello again!

    I’m almost finished reading all of your blog posts (I started with your oldest ones). I know that a “how-to” guide would be very beneficial not only for me, but for the thousands of individuals searching the web for the CORRECT way to do the protocol.

    As I mentioned in my previous comment, I worked out before beginning this. What I failed to mention is that I have continued to do so. I have backed off a bit, though. Previously, I would do 4 days of weights (1 hr) and 6 days of strenuous cardio (minimum of 2 hrs). I have continued the same weights but have moved to walking one hour daily instead of the cardio.

    My point in telling you all of that is that it would be valuable for me to know how much is too much. I know that you have the knowledge to share all of that in a book or whatever you would produce.

  13. Tiffany says:

    Hello again!

    I’m almost finished reading all of your blog posts (I started with your oldest ones). I know that a how-to guide would be very beneficial not only for me, but for the thousands of individuals searching the web for the CORRECT way to do the protocol. 

    As I mentioned in my previous comment, I worked out before beginning this. What I failed to mention is that I have continued to do so. I have backed off a bit, though. Previously, I would do 4 days of weights (1 hr) and 6 days of strenuous cardio (minimum of 2 hrs). I have continued the same weights but have moved to walking one hour daily instead of the cardio. 

    My point in telling you all of that is that it would be valuable for me to know how much is too much (or if more would accelerate my weightloss) . I know that you have the knowledge to share all of that in a guide for folks just like me! 😉

  14. Tiffany says:

    Hello again!

    I’m almost finished reading all of your blog posts (I started with your oldest ones). I know that a how-to guide would be very beneficial not only for me, but for the thousands of individuals searching the web for the CORRECT way to do the protocol. 

    As I mentioned in my previous comment, I worked out before beginning this. What I failed to mention is that I have continued to do so. I have backed off a bit, though. Previously, I would do 4 days of weights (1 hr) and 6 days of strenuous cardio (minimum of 2 hrs). I have continued the same weights but have moved to walking one hour daily instead of the cardio. 

    My point in telling you all of that is that it would be valuable for me to know how much is too much (or if more would accelerate my weightloss) . I know that you have the knowledge to share all of that in a guide for folks just like me! 😉

  15. Marie says:

    As a homeopathic user I don’t agree with your assessment of homeopathy at all. Homeopathic HCG induces ovulation for me. This is not a placebo affect, as I’ve had ovulatory problems in the past. And I have tried forgoing the homeopathic hcg, and continued having delayed ovulation. I also develop fleeting gallbladder pain just using it for one day (without dieting) – just like I did on the diet. I’ve had other side effects with homeopathy similar but milder to using a full strength supplement. You just have to be careful to buy from a legitimate homeopathy company, and not the fake cheapy bottles that are water.

  16. Marie says:

    As a homeopathic user I don’t agree with your assessment of homeopathy at all. Homeopathic HCG induces ovulation for me. This is not a placebo affect, as I’ve had ovulatory problems in the past. And I have tried forgoing the homeopathic hcg, and continued having delayed ovulation. I also develop fleeting gallbladder pain just using it for one day (without dieting) – just like I did on the diet. I’ve had other side effects with homeopathy similar but milder to using a full strength supplement. You just have to be careful to buy from a legitimate homeopathy company, and not the fake cheapy bottles that are water.

  17. shannon jensen says:

    Walter,,,,,Thanks for your response.

    I’m going to try this again.

    I bought HCG from oralhcgsolution at $120. and did the protocol for the 23 days. I lost a bit of weight and was so impressed I thought like so many others that maybe I could market the stuff.
    After looking at many sources, I came across a place called Narural Health Labs who was selling it in bulk for $10/bottle.
    I felt ripped off since I had paid over $100, but upon further research I discovered the common belief that all HCG is fake.
    My question to you was if you knew anything about either companies and if you knew if one or both was fake.
    It didn’t really have anything to do with penny pinching…Thanks Shannon

  18. Coach Walter says:

    Buccal pouch? Whoooa… Excellent usage of an obscure medical term that lay folks have no earthly idea what it means!

    The problem, Todd, is that you’re taking your HCG wrong. As a sublingual delivery system, SL HCG is purely hypoglossal.

    Yes, break out the banjos because it’s Dueling Medical Terms time!

    So bottom-line, you’re taking it wrong and that also answers the question about why it’s not being absorbed.

    Go hypoglossal-style a day or two and call me in the morning. 😉

  19. Jenlynn says:

    Why would you need to stop the hHcg for a 6 week break if it doesn’t in fact have enough hcg to be called hcg? The way I’ve understood it, the 6 week break is to allow your system to get the hcg out and stabilize before going at it again.

  20. Coach Walter says:

    It’s a good “clearing the calculator” step to wipe from the board any and all variables.

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