Lose 10-50 lbs or more without feeling hungry

by ProfKeith

This weight loss system really is something to boast about. It’s called the Fat Release System.

I’m their spokesperson. But I also tried the program and I love it. I lost over 20 lbs comfortably and easily. The nice thing is you don’t feel hungry—I’ll explain why shortly.

Check out these videos I helped make:

Fat Release System

See, I have known about the HCG story for weight loss since the 1960s. But I never recommended it for anyone, since I don’t like giving hormones indiscriminately. The idea of taking it as a homeopathic dilution was simple and brilliant: I’m just really mad I didn’t think of it! I’ve been prescribing homeopathic remedies for over 30 years and know just how safe this mode of formulation is.

HCG (human chorionic gonadotrophin) is a hormone that surges in women who get pregnant. Amongst many complex functions, it tells her body to start eating up its own fat if there is a food shortage—this is to help feed the fetus, right?

So if you take the hormone (in this case a safe homeopathic version of it) and stick to a 500 calorie diet, you’ll lose weight.

Well, you say, anyone can lose weight on a 500-calorie diet and that’s true. But you’d be pretty miserable. You’d feel hungry all the time.

What happens with this formula is that your body switches to digesting itself, in a manner of speaking. You get 500 calories from food but maybe another 1,000 calories from the homeopathic fat release. That’s great in two ways: you don’t feel hungry, you lose weight.

There is a fuller explanation at the website and you can watch some videos of me talking with my good friend Jan Hrkach from True Healthy Products. These are the people who market my own “Doctor’s Chocolate”, which I know some of you have enjoyed.

Fat Release System

I’d like you to see all the videos (they are short) so you really understand this breakthrough. If you do us a nice testimonial video on how you lost 10- 50 lbs or more, without feeling hungry, I’ll see to it you get a trial bag of “The Doctor’s Chocolate”.

[by the way, I lost 20 lbs eating that chocolate; some people have lost over 100 lbs just eating the chocolate, so it’s a nice complement to the Fat Release System].

You can also dialogue with me while you do the program, since I’m compiling a list of frequently asked questions (FAQs) for them.

To seeing less of you!

Prof.

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{ 9 comments }

Carol July 26, 2010 at 4:44 pm

I am hesitant to start because of an extensive history of cancer. Any risk? I am 65 and approximately 70 lbs overweight. My husband has prostate cancer and we’ve heard about using hcg therapy. ??

Dr. Keith July 27, 2010 at 12:19 pm

Hi Carol,
Good question. A woman in my family had a pituitary tumor years ago. It was cured with nutrition. But taking HCG she felt the old “symptoms” coming back and we decided it was safer to stop.
I think the answer is that if your tumor was a hormone-dependent one, you should proceed with caution and it depends on your blood makers etc.
Non-dependent tumors I see no real problem.
But you must talk it over with your licensed health-care provider.
Keith

Marie August 1, 2010 at 7:58 am

Hi,
I had severe adrenal and glucocorticoid insufficiency 2 years ago. The labs said they were the lowest numbers ever seen on a 24 hour urine hormone panel, although ACTH blood stim was on the normal to low side. I also have a fat disorder, hormonal, called lipedema which my Physician feels was caused by the adrenal problems. The lipedema has progressed to involve lymphedem and chronic venous insufficiency. Would this diet help to move the diseased lipedema fat out of the system? Is it safe with the hormonal problems I still have? Thank you very much for your time. My Physician is not familiar with this diet at all so asked me to post here for your expert guidance.

Dr. Keith August 1, 2010 at 9:01 am

Marie,
This is not really the time or place to do “consultations”. This is a blog! I can only discuss general cases.
The hormone drops are quite safe with the conditions you describe. Yes, it will remove good and bad fat.
But if you are in toxic overload, do be sure to take other measures than just weight loss.
Note excess fat deposits, lipomas, dyslipidemia etc. is a sure sign of liver overload. You will learn more about this in my eBook:
http://www.informed-wellness.com/liver/

Belle March 20, 2011 at 11:18 am

Lipedema has nothing to do with the liver. It’s an incurable, under-diagnosed disease…not from liver overload.

ProfKeith March 21, 2011 at 12:48 pm

Strange comment Belle,
I never mentioned lipidemia or referred to it even indirectly.

Serena October 13, 2011 at 4:24 am

Belle,
I have been diagnosed with lipedema by one of the leading specialists in the condition. I am very knowledgable of the condition.
You are incorrect. The liver is sometime affected in lipedema patients and very often affected in lipo-lymphedema cases. Google it.

Carla March 26, 2011 at 8:35 pm

Wouldn’t a 500 calorie diet cause your body to believe you are starving and start mechanisms for self preservation which would then cause you to gain weight when you start eating normally? Also, doesn’t a 500 calorie diet lead both macro and micronutrient deficiencies?

Thank you for your time in this matter.

Kay May 12, 2011 at 2:28 pm

Carla, did you even read the articles?

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