Archive for the ‘HCG Diet’ Category

Having trouble finding HCG?

Friday, March 21st, 2014

Hi HCG Friends,

I’ve been getting emails that HCG is hard to find again, so I thought I’d help out. Here’s a source that has what you need, including mixing kits if you need them:

Looking for hCG for the HCG Diet?

Click this link and use invitation code

CID292127 to enter the site.

If you leave that site without making a purchase, you won’t be able to get back in, so be sure that you make your purchase on your first visit.

Blessings with love,
Harmony

Harmony Clearwater Grace, author of HCG Diet Made SimpleThe HCG Diet Book of Secrets, and most recently, Paleo on the Cheap.

Good news for those that prefer to inject!

Monday, October 8th, 2012
Update on bac water shortage we’ve been having… Good news for those that prefer to inject!
Just thought I should let everyone know that the shortage of diluent for injections may be over soon. Hospital workers reported yesterday that they have new stocks. I just checked on Amazon, and it is back with an expiration date in 2014, indicating new stock:
http://tinyurl.com/bactsc $34.96 for 2 x 30 ml.
If you prefer, $13.99 for 5x 10 ml bottles plus $5.49 shipping: http://tinyurl.com/bactsc10
Price is still up over what we were used to, but that may continue until supply is equal to demand again.
Harmony — A moderator of the hCGDietInfo, hCGDieters and hCGDiet groups www.hcgdietmadesimple.com/blog
Author of HCG Diet Made Simple: http://tinyurl.com/hcgdietmadesimple book

Got Losses?

Sunday, February 26th, 2012

Lots of us do. Some of them are the kind we want, like losing pounds and inches. Some are the kind that we did not choose, but all must be accepted. Our losses don’t have to make us losers.

Many of you know that I lost my Daddy 11 days before Christmas. Few losses in life are greater than the loss of our parents, the ones that helped to give us that life. Tears are flowing now as I write this. Nothing defines us more than what causes our tears and our fears.

Even at age 55, it is amazing to me how I can feel less grown and so much more alone as I realize what the loss of someone who has been part of my life from the very beginning really means to me. One of the ‘constants’ in my life is gone, at least from this part of life. Because I do believe that we go on.

I have regrets, of course. Things that Daddy wanted us to do together, like go through his late mother’s things, that I never seemed to make time for. That opportunity is gone now. I’m realizing again how very precious time really is.

I’ve had other losses in my life in the past year, unbalanced family relationships that meant a lot to me, that in the end I realized meant far too much to me. Because of unhealthy patterns of over-responsibility and obligation, I had to let them go, in order to find a balanced and happy life for myself, a new one that I could fully enjoy, in which my own happiness matters as much as that of those whose happiness that I’d put before my own.

Last summer, I had another life-changing experience, when my position at what was at the time, the number one computer company in the world, was eliminated after 11 years. I’m fond of reminding people of the truism that every problem has a gift for you in its hands, if you will look deeper. And nothing was truer in this case. Being free of full-time employment allowed me to spend many days with my Daddy while he was still lucid just before his death, time with him I might have missed otherwise.

So now, how I choose to spend my time left to me here on earth is much more important than the financial circumstances in which I might find myself. I want to spend that time fulfilling my life purpose, which is to write the truth about health as I know it, in order to provide the information that will enable everyone who reads it to understand better how to live healthier lives, if they choose to do so.

As I write this today, I know that many of us in the HCG Diet community have also felt loss in the past week, as reliable, inexpensive sources of one of the necessities for the diet have become less plentiful and accessible to us. Let’s remember that people are resourceful, resilient, and creative when it comes to obtaining necessities. As the saying goes, necessity is the mother of invention. So we can’t allow fear to rule us.

After all, constant worrying about the future is just like praying for something you don’t want. None of us would consciously choose to ask Spirit to create a future that we don’t really want, but when we focus on imagining all of the undesirable things that could happen next, it really amounts to the same thing. What we focus on expands, so together let’s hold a shared vision for the future in which anyone who wants to do the HCG Diet is easily able to do so.

Remember, you (and everyone else) DESERVE to be thin (and healthy)!

Love with Blessings,
Harmony

Author of HCG Diet Made Simple book and The HCG Diet Book of Secrets and now the new editor and contributing author for the hcgdietinfo.com blog and moderator of hcgdietinfo.com forums, along with moderator of the HCG Dieters and HCG Diet Yahoo groups, which collectively number over  97,675 members.

P.S. Could I ask for a favor? Would you all be willing to join me in holding a vision for me to remain a full-time writer who researches and shares the truth about health, for the benefit of all? Your support and encouragement would mean the world to me.

Are popular fiction writers like Janet Evanovich contributing to the obesity epidemic?

Saturday, December 17th, 2011

I remember when I first made the connection.

I was sitting out on my back porch, drinking my Yerba Mate tea, taking a break from work and reading a Stephanie Plum novel by Janet Evanovich. At the time, I was doing a round of the HCG Diet, and had lost 9.4 pounds in the last 7 days, so I was feeling very proud and happy and satisfied. I read the first 30 pages of Eleven on Top, really enjoying it and laughing out loud a lot. It had been a long time since I’d read Evanovich. Suddenly, I realized that I was having massive cravings for sugar and starch, something that hadn’t happened the entire time that I’d been on the HCG Diet. What the heck?

I knew that I wasn’t truly hungry. So I went straight to my stash of L-Glutamine, breaking open a 500 mg capsule under my tongue to dissolve, knowing that it would change my brain neurotransmitters so that I would feel happy and satisfied again. Ahhhh, blessed relief! But what on earth had caused that strange and powerful sensation, which I’d never ever had on the HCG Diet before?

I knew that I didn’t have an overgrowth of Candida, which can cause cravings, because I’d done a Candida cleanse before starting the round of HCG. HCG Diet allowed foods wouldn’t have triggered more Candida, or even an insulin spike, if you’re eating all the foods at each meal together. I mean, I don’t eat my grissini or fruit by itself, so that the protein and fiber in the meat and veggies will cause slower digestion of the bit of starch or natural fruit sugars. So, again, what the heck?

Then it hit me. The book! I quickly scanned just those first 30 pages, and sure enough, here’s what I found:
– 15 references to doughnuts, including Boston cream doughnuts
– 13 references to hot dogs, including eating 9 at once
– 10 references to birthday cake, including a binge on 5 pieces in a row
– 8 references to pizza, and additional references to fries, Tastykakes, beer, and Cheez Doodles

All in only 30 pages. Even her boyfriend Joe calls her Cupcake as a pet name! The cake and the pizza were described in mouth-watering detail, causing my brain to go off-kilter, just as though I’d watched nothing but nonstop pizza and cake commercials on TV for 30 minutes.

Mystery solved.

And Stephanie almost never suffers any consequences for eating all that junk, either. (Well, unless you consider her repeatedly getting shot at and her frequently exploding cars to be some sort of cosmic retribution.) In fact, just once over the course of the first ten books, she gains some weight, notices that her jeans don’t fit, and everyone comments that she’s fat. She has to eat some fresh raw food and jog for a day or two – then “Poof!” – it just magically vanishes, and the now-thin-again Miss Plum goes right back to her steady junk food diet. I don’t know about you, but that’s just not how it works for most folks.

The first Stephanie Plum movie, One for the Money, will be in theaters 1/27/12, and here’s the trailer:

Now, don’t get me wrong, I won’t stop reading Evanovich and I can’t wait for the first Stephanie Plum movie, but I’m keeping my L-Glutamine at the ready, just in case. I KNOW that it’s all just supposed to be funny that Stephanie Plum lives on doughnuts, cake, and pizza, but you know what? Obesity and poor health are no joke in MY book.

And don’t forget, you DESERVE to be thin!

Love with Blessings,
Harmony
Author of HCG Diet Made Simple book
and The HCG Diet Book of Secrets book