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Can I still use the DIY HCG diet drops if I have high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or diabetes?

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Since we are neither doctors nor physicians, we can’t give you any medical advice; however, we can tell you that we have had MANY clients with high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or diabetes that reported FANTASTIC results on the HCG diet. You should work with your physician to monitor your progress during the protocol because some medications such as blood pressure and diabetes, in particular, may need to be adjusted quite quickly during participation in the HCG protocol. We have had many participants report that while they started the HCG diet with high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or diabetes and usually on medications for those conditions, many were able to decrease their medication dosage or even discontinue taking their medications with the blessing of their physicians. We never advise anyone to start, change, or stop taking medications. That is your physician’s job and they do it best. Furthermore, we have received RAVE reviews from more than one physician when ... more
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Since we are neither doctors nor physicians, we can’t give you any medical advice; however, we can tell you that we have had MANY clients with high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or diabetes that reported FANTASTIC results on the HCG diet. You should work with your physician to monitor your progress during the protocol because some medications such as blood pressure and diabetes, in particular, may need to be adjusted quite quickly during participation in the HCG protocol We have had many participants report that while they started the HCG Diet with high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or diabetes and usually on medications for those conditions, many were able to decrease their medication dosage or even discontinue taking their medications with the blessing of their physicians because of their success on the HCG Diet. We never advise anyone to start, change, or stop taking medications. That is your physician’s job and they do it best. Furthermore, we have received RAVE reviews ... more
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