Weight Off Plus HCG has to be one of the biggest scams I’ve seen in a while. I’m used to seeing HCG by now, and every time I laugh, because who in the world would honestly believe that pregnant women lose weight! Even when women don’t gain fat, healthy women gain substantial amounts of water weight causing stretch marks, high blood pressure, and other signs of stress. And yes, studies have proven that HCG injections have the same effect.
And I’ve seen the homeopathic scams. Some should thank their lucky stars that Weight Off Plus HCG uses homeopathy. Homeopathy is a savior, guaranteeing that you won’t see a single drop of HCG, because homeopathy dilutes any and every ingredient it uses to make sure that you get “trace amounts” that don’t do anything at all.
In a way, I don’t see a reason to even look at the ingredients. But I guess it just drives the point home.
Arginine – Arginine is a natural amino acid that has been used as a sort of backup ingredient that happens to help you to build muscle. But it doesn’t promote weight loss.
Carnitine – Carnitine has been pushed as a fat burner and cellulite treatment by some companies. But it has never been proven to do anything.
Ornithine – Another essential amino acid, ornithine does not actually burn fat. It can support the muscles. But it’s a backup ingredient.
Human Chrorionic Gonadotropin – HCG is a pregnancy hormone that will probably cause side effects and cause you to gain weight. But obviously, Weight Off Plus HCG does not actually have it.