HCG Fast Diet™ – Increase Testosterone by 180 Percent in Non-Obese Men

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The HCG Fast Diet™ fasting protocol can improve testosterone levels by as much as 180% in non-obese men.

The HCG Fast Diet™ is divided into three categories to help suppress appetite, accelerate weight-loss, prioritize abdominal fat-loss while preserving lean muscle mass.  The three key areas of the HCG Fast Diet™ protocol are:

  • HCG Injections (either 23-day or 46-day protocols).
  • Fasting Protocols: Intermittent Fasting, Fasting Mimicking Dieting, and Block Fasting, which can increase testosterone levels by as much as 180%, as shown in prior research studies.
  • Adaptation into Nutritional Ketosis.

The HCG Fast Diet™ protocol is new in 2018!  It’s the first comprehensive program to stack three medically supervised protocols used by thousands to lose weight and keep it off.


The HCG Fast Diet™ protocol works well for ages 20 and up who have struggled with weight-loss in the past. Our program requires a medical evaluation and prescription. You will be assigned a healthcare practitioner and wellness coaches working under the direct supervision of board-certified medical doctors in Anti-Aging and Wellness Medicine.

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These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The HCG Fast Diet protocol is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG) injections have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration for weight-loss. HCG is FDA-approved for female fertility and select hormonal treatments in men. HCG injections should not be confused with homeopathic HCG Weight-Loss Drops. HCG injections are prescribed for “off-label use” by physicians and healthcare practitioners for weight-loss protocols, which is commonly referred to as the Simeons Diet.