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Why Sharing Your Weight Loss Goals on Social Media Can Benefit You AND Others


Losing 40 pounds on HCG 2.0
Losing 40 pounds on HCG 2.0 is worth sharing!!

I'm certainly not the most public person in the world. There was a time when I participated more actively on social media, but for me personally, that ship has sailed.


However, actively running a health and wellness clinic in Singapore and managing my private HCG weight loss group in the US has made some demands of me. If sharing a positive experience that I or one of my patients has had, I feel like it is my job to post and share.


If you've done well with HCG 2.0 you should tell people about. You're success story might the tiny push that someone needs to take the leap and reach for their health and wellness goals. Below are some reasons why.


Sharing your weight loss goals on social media can be beneficial for several reasons:


1. Accountability: Publicly declaring your goals can create a sense of accountability. Knowing that friends and followers are aware of your objectives might motivate you to stay on track, as you’ll likely feel a responsibility to report on your progress.

2. Support and Encouragement: Sharing your journey can garner support from others, which can be crucial during challenging times. Positive feedback and encouragement from your social network can boost your morale and help maintain your motivation.

3. Community and Connection: By sharing your goals and plans, you might connect with others who have similar aims or who are on similar journeys. This can lead to the formation of a supportive community where members share tips, challenges, and successes.

4. Documentation and Reflection: Documenting your journey on social media can serve as a personal diary of your progress. This record can be a source of inspiration to yourself and others, and it provides an opportunity to reflect on what strategies have worked or what adjustments are needed.

5. Inspiration for Others: Your story could inspire others to pursue their own health and wellness goals. Sharing both your successes and your setbacks can provide a realistic perspective on weight loss that might be more relatable and motivating than typical success-only stories.


Explaining in detail how you plan to achieve your weight loss goals is also beneficial:

1. Educational Value: It can be educational for both you and your audience. Articulating your plan requires you to think critically and research your methods, which can deepen your understanding and commitment.

2. Feedback and Advice: By detailing your methods, you might receive valuable feedback that can help improve your approach. Others may share experiences with similar strategies, offer advice, or suggest adjustments.

3. Credibility and Influence: Providing a clear and thoughtful plan can enhance your credibility. Followers are more likely to trust and be influenced by someone who demonstrates a well-reasoned and informed approach.

4. Setting Expectations: When you explain your methods, you set clear expectations for your journey. This helps manage both your own expectations and those of your audience, providing a clearer picture of the challenges and commitments involved.

Overall, sharing your weight loss goals and plans on social media can provide a multifaceted support system that enhances your likelihood of success while also contributing positively to the community around you.


If HCG 2.0 Worked for You, It Can Help Others Lose Weight Too

In short, people want to know what works. If it worked for you, it can work for them. Let them know what you plan on doing and when you plan on starting the HCG diet. Let them know what supplement you are using. Are you using the HCG drops, HCG patches or the HCG pellets. All this information allows others to make better choices. And, it can help motivate you.


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Dr. Zachary Laboube
Dr. Zachary Laboube
6 days ago

Oh no!!! I’m really sorry to hear that. I’ll handle it. Thanks for letting me know. If you need to email me I am at drz@insideoutwellness.net.

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Too bad your moderator, Sandee only approves her own posts and takes over the entire page. I tried to post my current, significant weight loss and ask a simple question but she denied my post and told me to make some mct mayo. Please, find someone else to run your page.❤️

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Dr. Zachary Laboube
Dr. Zachary Laboube
6 days ago
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How much did you lose? Congratulations btw!

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