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Rachel

Las Vegas, NV

#1 Sep 20, 2010
I'm looking for a local HCG Las Vegas source where I can buy HCG for weigh loss. I am hesitant to buy HCG from an online pharmacy so I am hoping someone has a suggestion of trustworthy local doctor or clinic where I can buy HCG. Las Vegas doctors are now allowed to prescribe HCG according to what I have heard. Any help in finding HCG in Las Vegas would be greatly appreciated.
okay

Kingman, AZ

#5 Sep 20, 2010
stop eating helps one lose weight, and walking.
Tammie

Las Vegas, NV

#7 Sep 20, 2010
Dr. Scott Forbes sells homeopathic HCG drops in his Las Vegas chiropractic office. The staff is really friendly and their prices are as low as any HCG you can get on the internet. Itís good to find local HCG in Las Vegas instead of having to trust an online pharmacy.
LEE

Las Vegas, NV

#8 Sep 20, 2010
Las Vegas chiropractor Dr. Scott Forbes offers different levels of HCG diet supervision, but I just bought the homeopathic HCG drops from them and did the HCG diet on my own instead of being monitored by the doctor. I worked with and an HCG councilor named Kristine and she gave me tips on how to manage the HCG diet. She really knew what she was talking about because she had lost around 20 pounds herself using HCG. Their price was cheaper than the HCG I found other place and I felt safer getting the HCG drops from a local Las Vegas doctor.
HCG Las Vegas Girl

Las Vegas, NV

#9 Sep 21, 2010
The Nevada state board of medical examiners approved the use of HCG in Las Vegas in March of 2010.

Information from: Las Vegas Review-Journal

"A state panel has decided to remove a diet drug from a list of substances that physicians can't prescribe in Nevada."

"The state Board of Medical Examiners, at a meeting Friday March 5th in Reno, voted unanimously to allow the use of Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG)."

"The drug still must be approved by the Legislative Commission, a group of 12 lawmakers, before doctors can legally inject patients with it."

"Las Vegas lawyer Jacob Hafter questioned why HCG has been banned in Nevada since 1979 when it's regularly used by physicians in neighboring states for weight loss purposes."

ďThis is safer than aspirin,Ē Hafter said, adding he used HCG himself last fall in conjunction with a 500-calorie-a-day diet to lose 30 pounds."

"The U.S. Food and Drug Administration leaves it up to states whether to allow HCG or not. Nevada is believed to be the only state in the West that outlaws its use, said Douglas Cooper, interim executive director of the medical board."

"Dr. Charles Held, the board's president, said several doctors contacted him about legalizing the use of HCG, including two who used it to lose weight themselves."

"Also known as a fertility drug, HCG made headlines last year when Los Angeles Dodgers star Manny Ramirez tested positive for it."

Since: Jan 10

Las Vegas, NV

#10 Sep 21, 2010
Stop eating so much and exercise. Trying to loose weight with drugs is not the answer.
HCG Las Vegas Girl

Las Vegas, NV

#11 Sep 21, 2010
According to Dr. Simeons, the physician who developed the hCG protocol, dealing with obesity is is not just a matter of reducing pounds. He says that obesity is a metabolic disorder that needs to be cured. He developed this theory over forty years studying obesity and running an obesity clinic.

Here is what he says in the introduction to his his book "Pounds and Inches: A NEW APPROACH TO OBESITY"

"This book discusses a new interpretation of the nature of obesity, and while it does not advocate yet another fancy slimming diet it does describe a method of treatment which has grown out of theoretical considerations based on clinical observation. What I have to say is, in essence, the views distilled out of forty years of grappling with the fundamental problems of obesity, its causes, its symptoms, and its very nature. In these many years of specialized work, thousands of cases have passed through my hands and were carefully studied. Every new theory, every new method, every promising lead was considered, experimentally screened and critically evaluated as soon as it became known. But invariably the results were disappointing and lacking in uniformity. I felt that we were merely nibbling at the fringe of a great problem, as, indeed, do most serious students of overweight. We have grown pretty sure that the tendency to accumulate abnormal fat is a very definite metabolic disorder, much as is, for instance, diabetes. Yet the localization and the nature of this disorder remained a mystery. Every new approach seemed to lead into a blind alley, and though patients were told that they are fat because they eat too much, we believed that this is neither the whole truth nor the last word in the matter. Refusing to be side-tracked by an all too facile interpretation of obesity, I have always held that overeating is the result of the disorder, not its cause, and that we can make little headway until we can build for ourselves some sort of theoretical structure with which to explain the condition."
"As a basis for our discussion we postulate that obesity in all its many forms is due to an abnormal functioning of some part of the body and that every ounce of abnormally accumulated fat is always the result of the same disorder of certain regulatory chanisms. Persons suffering from this particular disorder will get fat regardless of whether they eat excessively, normally or less than normal. A person who is free of the disorder will never get fat, even if he frequently overeats. Those in whom the disorder is severe will accumulate fat very rapidly, those in whom it is moderate will gradually increase in weight and those in whom it is mild may be able to keep their excess weight stationary for long periods. In all these cases a loss of weight brought about by dieting, treatments with thyroid, appetite-reducing drugs, laxatives, violent exercise, massage, or baths is only temporary and will be rapidly regained as soon as the reducing regimen is relaxed. The reason is simply that none of these measures corrects the basic disorder."
Las Vegas HCG Doubter

Las Vegas, NV

#12 Sep 21, 2010
People of Las Vegas, there is no scientific evidence that hcg is more effective than a placebo. You can buy hcg Las Vegas, but there is a good chance that you would have the similar results by following the same diet without using hcg. It isn't going to hurt you Las Vegas, but hcg isn't proven to help you either.
HCG Las Vegas Girl

Las Vegas, NV

#13 Sep 22, 2010
Las Vegas HCG Doubter wrote:
People of Las Vegas, there is no scientific evidence that hcg is more effective than a placebo. You can buy hcg Las Vegas, but there is a good chance that you would have the similar results by following the same diet without using hcg. It isn't going to hurt you Las Vegas, but hcg isn't proven to help you either.
People of Las Vegas, there have been few reliable scientific studies of hcg for weight loss and almost no scientific research on the specific effects of homeopathic hcg. The absence of evidence does not mean that it doesn't work. It is simply an absence of evidence.

On the other hand, there is ample testimonial evidence for the effectiveness of homeopathic hCG by people who have used it and by physicians who have prescribed it. I personally know many people who have had great success using hCG. Now that hCG has been legalized in Nevada, the costs have dropped and it is very inexpensive to try hCG.

You can chooses to wait for proof from scientifically valid longitudinal studies before trying hCG Las Vegas, or you can take action now and try hCG for youself. The choice is yours Las Vegas, but you may be an elderly pensioner before enough studies have been completed to scientifically prove the effectiveness of hCG either way.
HCG Curious

Las Vegas, NV

#14 Sep 22, 2010
HCG Las Vegas Girl wrote:
According to Dr. Simeons, the physician who developed the hCG protocol, dealing with obesity is is not just a matter of reducing pounds. He says that obesity is a metabolic disorder that needs to be cured. He developed this theory over forty years studying obesity and running an obesity clinic.
Here is what he says in the introduction to his his book "Pounds and Inches: A NEW APPROACH TO OBESITY"
"This book discusses a new interpretation of the nature of obesity, and while it does not advocate yet another fancy slimming diet it does describe a method of treatment which has grown out of theoretical considerations based on clinical observation. What I have to say is, in essence, the views distilled out of forty years of grappling with the fundamental problems of obesity, its causes, its symptoms, and its very nature. In these many years of specialized work, thousands of cases have passed through my hands and were carefully studied. Every new theory, every new method, every promising lead was considered, experimentally screened and critically evaluated as soon as it became known. But invariably the results were disappointing and lacking in uniformity. I felt that we were merely nibbling at the fringe of a great problem, as, indeed, do most serious students of overweight. We have grown pretty sure that the tendency to accumulate abnormal fat is a very definite metabolic disorder, much as is, for instance, diabetes. Yet the localization and the nature of this disorder remained a mystery. Every new approach seemed to lead into a blind alley, and though patients were told that they are fat because they eat too much, we believed that this is neither the whole truth nor the last word in the matter. Refusing to be side-tracked by an all too facile interpretation of obesity, I have always held that overeating is the result of the disorder, not its cause, and that we can make little headway until we can build for ourselves some sort of theoretical structure with which to explain the condition."
"As a basis for our discussion we postulate that obesity in all its many forms is due to an abnormal functioning of some part of the body and that every ounce of abnormally accumulated fat is always the result of the same disorder of certain regulatory chanisms. Persons suffering from this particular disorder will get fat regardless of whether they eat excessively, normally or less than normal. A person who is free of the disorder will never get fat, even if he frequently overeats. Those in whom the disorder is severe will accumulate fat very rapidly, those in whom it is moderate will gradually increase in weight and those in whom it is mild may be able to keep their excess weight stationary for long periods. In all these cases a loss of weight brought about by dieting, treatments with thyroid, appetite-reducing drugs, laxatives, violent exercise, massage, or baths is only temporary and will be rapidly regained as soon as the reducing regimen is relaxed. The reason is simply that none of these measures corrects the basic disorder."
Hey HCG Las Vegas Girl,

You seem to be well informed about the hcg protocol. According to Dr. Simeons you are supposed to avoid oil in make up and other skin care products when using hcg. Can you or your friends suggest some oil free products that are easy to find in the grocery store that would fit in the hcg diet?
HCG Las Vegas Girl

Las Vegas, NV

#15 Sep 22, 2010
Hi HCG Curious,

Below is a list of oil free products I found at Walmart in Las Vegas hCG can cause the body to absorb oil from the skin so the hCG protocol includes avoiding skin product that contain oil.

Nutragena oil free moisturizer
Nutragena ultra sheer dry touch sun block
Olay foaming face wash for sensitive skin
Suave daily clarifying conditioner
Purpose oil free soap

Since: Sep 10

Las Vegas, NV

#16 Sep 22, 2010
There can also be oils in vitamin and mineral supplements, so be sure to check the labels on your supplements too before taking them with hCG.
Diana

Las Vegas, NV

#17 Sep 23, 2010
How much does it usually cost to buy hCG in Las Vegas?

Since: Sep 10

Las Vegas, NV

#18 Sep 23, 2010
Hi Diana,

I know the Lean clinic charges $395 for hCG and Revive's ads say $549. I called Dr. Scott Forbes' chiropractic office because someone at the top of this message thread said he had the the cheapest hCG they had found in Las Vegas. hCG drops cost only $120 at his office including supervision and weekly follow ups with the doctor.
Rene

Las Vegas, NV

#21 May 10, 2011
Take a look at TrimBody M.D. They have a really good HCG Weight Loss program. Not only do you get the HCG treatment but they also provide you with fresh cooked meals 2 times a week.

http://trimbodymd.com

9310 S. Eastern Ave #122
Las Vegas, NV 89123
Rachel wrote:
I'm looking for a local HCG Las Vegas source where I can buy HCG for weigh loss. I am hesitant to buy HCG from an online pharmacy so I am hoping someone has a suggestion of trustworthy local doctor or clinic where I can buy HCG. Las Vegas doctors are now allowed to prescribe HCG according to what I have heard. Any help in finding HCG in Las Vegas would be greatly appreciated.
Tmgtmb

Las Vegas, NV

#22 May 12, 2011
HCG Las Vegas Girl wrote:
Hi Diana,
I know the Lean clinic charges $395 for hCG and Revive's ads say $549. I called Dr. Scott Forbes' chiropractic office because someone at the top of this message thread said he had the the cheapest hCG they had found in Las Vegas. hCG drops cost only $120 at his office including supervision and weekly follow ups with the doctor.
Hi!
I was just wondering if those prices were for the homeopathic HCG, or the injectable form (which Dr Simeon's protocol uses). I would prefer to do the injections, as it's a pure form of the hormone (it's not a drug, people!), and has been proven to work more efficiently.
Thanks.:)
BelieveScienceNo tAds

Gardena, CA

#23 Sep 24, 2011
HCG Las Vegas Girl, you are a very good salesperson but this is still a scam perpetrated by pushed by doctors that can charge a lot for this "wonder hormone" and dubious people like Simeon and Trudeau trying to sell their books.
If you go on a 500 cal a day diet, YOU ARE GOING TO LOSE WEIGHT. Whether you inject hormones, slam your hand in a car door or poke yourself in the eye at the same time does not mean that those are the secret weapon. All it means is the doctors have a product to sell you. There ARE possible side effects and even the American Society of Bariatric Physicians are against it (read their position statement here http://www.asbp.org/resources/uploads/files/H... )
People, read the science behind this. And make sure you're reading a site that is not trying to sell ti to you. Though risks may be small, they are not worth taking when HCG is repeatedly failed to show ANY benfit whatsoever.
Kelly

North Las Vegas, NV

#24 Jun 27, 2012
I don't know if you have ever even tried this...it seems that you have not. From what you wrote I can tell you do not know what you are talking about. This is NOT how the program works. 500 calories is only part of the diet!!! IF anyone only ate 500 calories a day without HCG, they would get very sick and lethargic. Do your homework before you write nonsense and your own opinion. Anyone who does this program correctly feels great, loses weight, CAN KEEP IT OFF, and be very healthy. I did this program and lost 22 pounds. My schedule is absolutely crazy hectic. I felt better on this program than I had in a very loooong time. Also, I did the injections. The drops did NOT work for me, and I became very sick on only 500 calories. They did not work at all. The injections are not synthetic like the drops and do WORK. It is NOT the same as someone just eating 500 calories a day. There are vitamin shakes you take as well as b vitamins if you would like to.

BelieveScienceNotAds wrote:
HCG Las Vegas Girl, you are a very good salesperson but this is still a scam perpetrated by pushed by doctors that can charge a lot for this "wonder hormone" and dubious people like Simeon and Trudeau trying to sell their books.
If you go on a 500 cal a day diet, YOU ARE GOING TO LOSE WEIGHT. Whether you inject hormones, slam your hand in a car door or poke yourself in the eye at the same time does not mean that those are the secret weapon. All it means is the doctors have a product to sell you. There ARE possible side effects and even the American Society of Bariatric Physicians are against it (read their position statement here http://www.asbp.org/resources/uploads/files/H... )
People, read the science behind this. And make sure you're reading a site that is not trying to sell ti to you. Though risks may be small, they are not worth taking when HCG is repeatedly failed to show ANY benfit whatsoever.
bodybuilder

Las Vegas, NV

#25 Aug 1, 2012
Eat less, save your money.

If you have the self discipline to eat 500 calories a day, you have what it takes to lose weight. You don't need to waste money on anything else.
tammi

Las Vegas, NV

#27 Sep 20, 2012
Tammie wrote:
Dr. Scott Forbes sells homeopathic HCG drops in his Las Vegas chiropractic office. The staff is really friendly and their prices are as low as any HCG you can get on the internet. Itís good to find local HCG in Las Vegas instead of having to trust an online pharmacy.
i bought at walmart and walgreens but no longer sold there.....do you have address and/or tel no. for dr forbes????? would appreciate getting it via my email [email protected] used it and lost 25lbs easily......but put it back easily over 6 months!!!!!want to start again.....many thanks bob norwood 10716 royal view ave lv nv 89144 tel 7028343555

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