To lose weight, some people are still buying into HCG drops and injections, which have received criticism from the FDA because they aren't proven to h...
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While art, fashion and nightlife inspired by the past may be a "do," doowop-era fad diets are a don't. Specifically, I'm talking about one idea born in the 1950s that keeps coming back into fashion: the HCG diet.
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I am surprised, and even more so concerned, about how readily people with good common sense switch it off when it comes to weight control and the illusory promise of a quick fix.
hCG for weight loss, an idea that originated in the 1950s and became a popular fad in the 1970s, is back.
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The hCG "Diet" has been stirring quite a bit of controversy after Dr. Oz took a closer examination of the already controversial weight-loss program.
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