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http://www.ocbackandbodydoctors.com - Lose Up To 30 Pounds in 30 Days with the OC Back and Body Doctors' Medical Weight Loss Orange County Program. Discover our Revolutionary New Medical Weight Loss Program. Lose up to 30 pounds in 30 days! Safe, Natural, Effective, Medically Supervised Orange County Weight Loss Program.....You'll Be Amazed By The Results! Obesity is a very common disorder, shortening the lifespan of millions of people around the world. In the USA, 65% of the adult population is over weight. The World Health Organization (WHO) has called obesity an epidemic. Individuals who gain weight around the abdomen are at a higher risk for serious medical conditions such as high blood pressure, heart attack, stroke, diabetes, gallbladder disease and cancer. Many of us have tried different diet plans without success. Most of the pounds lost are gained back within one year. Sometimes we gain more weight back than we originally lost! A successful diet plan needs to be easy to follow, shows rapid, measureable weight loss, and helps to lose bad fat -- not muscle and not good fat needed to protect our organs. It must be safe, and the plan must allow for long- term weight control. Human chorionic gonadropin (HCG) is increasingly popular as a weight-loss supplement. In the 1950s, British endocrinologist A .T.W. Simeon, recommended low-dose daily injections of HCG in combination with a customized ultra-low calorie diet, high protein, low carbohydrate/fat. The protocol resulted in the loss of fat tissue without loss of lean tissue. Simeon published his results, titled "Pounds and Inches -- A New Approach to Obesity". The transcript for this HCG diet publication is available online, and can be found by searching for the title. HCG contains B-endorphin. (Atkinson JH, et al. "Plasma measures of B-endorphin/B-lipotropin-like Immunoreactivity in chronic pain syndrome and psychiatric subjects." Psychiatry Res. 1983 Aug; 9(4):319-27). This m

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