Maintaining hCG Diet Weight Loss – hCGChica update – 1 year & 9 months post diet – 2nd Quarter 2014

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13 thoughts on “Maintaining hCG Diet Weight Loss – hCGChica update – 1 year & 9 months post diet – 2nd Quarter 2014

  1. Thanks for sharing this! I am hypothyroid, and have a chronic pain
    condition (fibromyalgia, osteoarthritis) combined with overwhelming
    fatigue, so I pace myself as well with my exercise program and focus on
    weight training over cardio. Great tips and your body looks absolutely
    perfect! :)

  2. SO much food for thought in this video! Thank you for being transparent and
    honest about your experiences with hcg and life afterwards. 🙂 

  3. I watched to the end! Thanks for sharing your story! It is so great to hear
    about the struggles as well as the triumphs. I love that you have worked so
    hard to find what will work for your body for the long term rather than
    just jumping on and off hcg. You are an amazing example to the hcg
    community! Keep it up girl! I don’t mind your long videos at all and
    whenever someone asks me about hcg I direct them right to you! <3

  4. With you to the end : ) I will get with you as soon as I can to wrap up my
    life after session : ) XOXO… Great job!

  5. Great Vlog Rayzel!! It really helps me think about what I’m going to do
    after hcg. Or if I wanna use exercise and diet to lose my last 30 or so
    pounds. I know alot of us have the same kind of struggles and being able to
    relate helps. ((HUGS))

  6. I started crossfit last year and did it for about 4 months. At that time, I
    was heavier than I am now (post hCG). Looking back, it was not the right
    fit for me when I had 100 pounds to lose. I stopped losing weight, and I
    bulked up. Some weeks, I even gained weight. I know it was muscle replacing
    fat, but I was not even shrinking. My legs got bigger and I could no longer
    wear my pants because of it. I realized that for me – crossfit would be
    better ventured when I reach my goal weight. Lose the fat first and then
    strength train. But honestly, I’m not sure I’ll go back. Too many bad
    memories of burpies and almost throwing up! (haha) But you go girl!
    Strong is the new Skinny!

  7. Very informative! Thank you so much for sharing. Btw you’re such a sweetie
    pie! ☺️

  8. Hi, I have a question. Is it safe to wear a tummy trimmer or belly burner
    belt (not sure the correct word for it) when I exercise on P2?

  9. Chica, you should checkout Royal Prince Alfred hospital food intolerance
    and amines diet. You might be sensitive to dietary amines. In this video
    you give little hints of having my troubles. You do get a build up if you
    have food intolerances. It’s not allergies but you can get a flu like
    feeling, mood swings all sorts of fun stuff and still be physically
    strong. I inherited it and didn’t figure out the solution until I became
    very sick. Your success story and your determination are inspiring. Age
    doesn’t cause illness but years of bad habits and sitting does. You have
    lots of time to find your answers. Good luck.

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