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Homeopathic HCG Versus Prescription HCG Drops are Discussed in Detail in New Website HCGLabs.org

The Site is a One-Stop Shop for Helpful Information about HCG Diet Drops

PR Newswire

LOS ANGELES, May 16, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- HCG Labs, a website that discusses at length the differences between homeopathic HCG versus prescription HCG drops, has just launched its new and easy-to-use site. In addition to in-depth and educational articles and videos about the popular diet drops, the website also answers a common question that many people have: "Do HCG drops work?"

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Over the past few years, HCG diet drops have gained rapidly in popularity. Although a lot of people are interested in giving them a try, they often have questions about the drops and how exactly they work to help people lose weight. In addition, many folks who would like to shed a few pounds are unsure about the pros and cons of homeopathic vs prescription HCG.

This is where HCG Labs can help; thanks to its thoroughly-researched and helpful articles, people can decide for themselves if HCG drops are right for them.

As an article on the new site explains, homeopathic HCG has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and has not been officially recommended for people to use. In addition, Dr. Simeons, the doctor who originally discovered that taking the hormone called Human Chorionic Gonadotropin could lead to weight loss, used a medical version of HCG in his diet plan.

Currently, there are so many different HCG products on the market, people often wonder "which HCG drops should you purchase?"

"For a start, you need to find a product that contains genuine medical HCG not just herbal products that claim to 'boost' HCG or homeopathic HCG preparations, which is in fact not HCG at all," the article noted, adding that at first glance, the labeling on some of these can be deceptive so shoppers should take a good look at the ingredients.

"You are looking for a product that contains at least 5,000IU Human Chorionic Gonadotropin."

In addition, consumers should find a company that includes instructions for properly mixing the HCG; this is because once mixed with solution, HCG needs to be refrigerated and used within 60 days.

Anybody who would like to learn more about HCG and how it may help with weight loss is welcome to visit the new HCG Labs website; there, they can browse through the articles and videos and, if they wish, click on a link that will allow them to purchase the diet drops from a reputable source.

About HCG Labs:

HCG Labs is a recently-launched website that contains educational and up to date articles and videos about HCG drops. Topics that the website covers include: What are HCG drops? Which should people use: homeopathic or real, prescription HCG? And where people can enroll in doctor supervised HCG diet programs online. For more information, please visit http://hcglabs.org/

Media Contact: Kristina Francis, HCG Labs, (949) 555-2861, admin@rocketfactor.com

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SOURCE HCG Labs

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