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Glenmore Healthcare's hCG Program is Consistent with Dr. Oz's hCG Principles

07-01-2011 12:11 PM CET | Health & Medicine

Press release from: Glenmore Healthcare, Inc.

Glenmore Healthcare's hCG Program is Consistent with Dr. Oz's

Calgary, Alberta, June 30, 2011 -- The core principles of Glenmore Healthcare's hCG for Weight Loss Program are consistent with those outlined by Dr. Oz in his interview for First for Women magazine's June 27th issue: it is imperative for patients to undertake an hCG program under the care of a trained physician, and never use hCG (homeopathic hCG) that is sold without a prescription.

In his recent interview in the June 27, 2011 issue of First for Women magazine (http://www.magazines.com/product/first-for-women), Dr. Oz delivers several key messages regarding the safe and effective use of pharmaceutical grade hCG in a physician-supervised weight loss program. These key messages are consistent the hCG for Weight Loss Program offered at Calgary's Glenmore Healthcare and Wellness Clinic (http://www.glenmorehealthcare.com):

1. Physician Supervision for patients undergoing an hCG Program is essential.
2. Never buy hCG over the internet. Only use pharmaceutical grade hCG as prescribed by a physician. hCG that is not prescribed by a physician is homeopathic hCG and has been found to only contain trace amounts of real hCG.
3. Successful weight loss using hCG requires that the patient follow a proven hCG protocol precisely.

Dr. Oz comments, in his article in First Magazine, that "there are some real legitimate folks out there who seem to have success with this," protocol, which "dates back to the 1950’s when "Dr. A.T.W. Simeons claimed that human chorionic gonadotrophin [hCG], a hormone produced during pregnancy to ensure a fetus gets necessary nutrients, could also promote weight loss....by simultaneously suppressing appetite while helping the boy burn fat."

Dr. Oz acknowledges that while hCG is not currently approved by the FDA for weight loss, "sometimes it's because the science hasn't caught up. When we see real people do things that work, we in the medical profession have to pay attention." The evidence is overwhelming. The IAPAM reports that over 10,000 patients have lost or are currently loosing weight under the care of the more than 400 physicians who have completed the IAPAM's hCG Training in the safe delivery of hCG for weight loss.

Glenmore Healthcare's exclusive hCG Weight Loss Program (http://www.glenmorehealthcare.com/our-program) concurs with Dr. Oz's hCG recommendations. Glenmore Healthcare's hCG medically supervised weight loss program is based upon the successful protocol originally developed in 1954 by Dr. Simeons, and detailed in his report, Pounds and Inches, and is built around a low calorie diet coupled with the administration of the pharmaceutical grade of the naturally occurring hormone, hCG (human Chorionic Gonadotropin). Glenmore Healthcare follows the IAPAM's (International Association for Physicians in Aesthetic Medicine) hCG Weight Loss Protocol, which has been administered to over 10,000 patients around the world with consistent weight loss results.

Patients participating in the Glenmore Healthcare’s hCG for Weight Loss Program are monitored by a licensed physician who specializes in hCG for weight loss. Labs and vital statistics are recorded prior to starting the program. Patients at Glenmore Healthcare have lost as much as 20 pounds in our 26 day program, and 35 pounds in our 43 day program. At the end of the program, clinic staff will test a patient’s RMR (Resting Metabolic Rate) with the same equipment as used on NBC's "The Biggest Loser."

The FDA states that, “HCG is a hormone extracted from the urine of pregnant women. It is approved by the FDA for the treatment of certain problems of the male reproductive system and in stimulating ovulation in women who have had difficulty becoming pregnant. No evidence has been presented, however, to substantiate claims for HCG as a weight-loss aid.” This is absolutely true if homeopathic hCG is taken, or the entire protocol is not followed. hCG taken on its own will not result in rapid, safe weight loss. It is very important that when a patient partakes of an hCG weight loss program, that they complete it under the supervision of a physician and follow the entire detailed protocol, as is done at Glenmore Heathcare.

About Glenmore Healthcare

Glenmore Healthcare is Calgary’s premiere provider of hCG medically supervised weight loss programs, aesthetic medicine (Botox, Dermal Fillers, Latisse), health and wellness services to individuals in the Calgary area. For more information on Glenmore Healthcare's hCG program and aesthetic medicine and botox services, please contact Glenmore Healthcare at 403-452-5699 or info@glenmorehealthcare.com.

Glenmore Healthcare (Glenmore Landing)
A305, 1600 – 90th Avenue SW
Calgary, Alberta T2V 5A8
Tel: 403-452-5699
Fax: 403-452-7296

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