Why is Thanksgiving the Ideal Time to Begin the HCG Diet?

If you’re like most, the idea of beginning a weight loss program on Thanksgiving sounds absurd, right? Thanksgiving is a holiday for eating… to excess. Well what if there was a diet that required you to over-eat on high-fat foods in order to jump start your weight loss? Sound crazy? It’s not. It’s the HCG diet. 

So why start HCG 2.0 on Thanksgiving?


First, the sudden fat overload causes the hypothalamus, a small gland in  your brain that is responsible for regulating metabolic activity, to spring into action. It alerts the body to begin attacking fats, essentially jump starting the diet.

Secondly, the excess fat provides an immediate calorie reserve to mediate your hunger during the early stages of the diet, allowing the HCG ample time to tap into your fat stores, which can take up to 5-7 days.

Finally, keep in mind that human physiology exists for our long term survival and any sudden decrease in calories can alarm the body into “starvation mode.” During starvation mode, your body actually becomes more efficient with its calories and more determined to store away fat, assuming that there is a scarcity in food supply.

Why is dieting so difficult?

This is why dieting is so difficult. Not only are we battling our own poor eating habits, but a physiological pre-disposition to retain fat. Loading on fats for two days causes your liver enzymes to spike. This spike in liver enzymes is theorized to prevent the body from entering into starvation mode. By the time your liver enzymes return to normal levels, the HCG has already tapped into your fat reserves. This provides you with supplemental ketone calories, thus bypassing starvation mode, which facilitates more rapid weight loss.


HCG 2.0 – There’s a Smarter Way to Lose!

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