Medical Uses of HCG
HCG is a medication approved by the FDA for the medical treatment of Hypogonadism (very low testosterone) by stimulating the testes to produce more testosterone naturally. It naturally raises testosterone levels in men.
HCG therapy is used to treat infertility in high doses by stimulating ovulation and allows for the final maturation of eggs. During pregnancy if the mother does not eat enough to nourish the fetus, the HCG will help provide adequate nourishment by obtaining calories from the mother’s fat reserves and feed the babyvia the placenta.
Metabolic Action HCG:
HCG believed to cause the hypothalamus gland in the brain which regulates the thyroid, metabolic rate, adrenal glands, and storage of fat, to release and mobilize stored nutrients within the fat cells by shrinking and draining the fat cell’s contents. The liquefied nutrients are then released into the bloodstream for the body to utilize as a source of natural energy. It is believed that up to 2,000 calories or more may be delivered in a single day, thus decreasing hunger, increasing energy and metabolism.