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HCG is approved by the FDA as a prescription drug for the treatment of female infertility, and other medical conditions. It is not approved for weight loss.

Products that claim to contain HCG are typically marketed in connection with a very low calorie diet, usually one that limits calories to 500 per day. Many of these popular HCG products claim to “reset your metabolism,” change “abnormal eating patterns,” and shave 20-30 pounds in 30-40 days.

Living on 500 calories a day is not only unhealthy—it’s hazardous, according to FDA experts. Consumers on such restrictive diets are at increased risk for side effects that include gallstone formation, an imbalance of the electrolytes that keep the body’s muscles and nerves functioning properly, and an irregular heartbeat.
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The SuperTracker can help you plan, analyze, and track your diet and physical activity.

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Visit www.choosemyplate.gov/SuperTracker
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MyPlate illustrates the five food groups that are the building blocks for a healthy diet using a familiar image - a place setting for a meal.  Before you eat, think about what goes on your plate or in your cup or bowl.

MyPlate was developed as an effort to promote healthy eating to consumers. The MyPlate icon is easy to understand and it helps to promote messages based on the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans. The new MyPlate icon builds on a familiar image — a plate — and is accompanied by messages to encourage consumers to make healthy choices.


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