Self-confidence after HCG

It has long been believed that food restriction leads to psychological disturbances, including depression, preoccupation with food, and binge eating. However, studies suggest that comprehensive weight loss programs that incorporate behavioral treatment, diet change, and encouragement of physical activity in fact can improve the psychological state, including mood.

Dieters participating in the HCG Protocol program demonstrate positive psychological changes and improved quality of life. These changes help to motivate overweight people to maintain the physical activity and nutritional practices necessary to lose and maintain weight. Our program that includes group support on social media are associated with psychological benefits independent of the amount of weight lost.

Dieters who successfully lose and maintain weight after following the HCG Protocol have been shown to experience improved mood, self-confidence, and quality of life.

Additionally, decreasing levels of psychological and behavioral symptoms have been associated with increasing duration of weight loss maintenance. It can be concluded that quality of life and other psychological measures improve in individuals that are currently on or that have successfully completed the program.

So what happens after you completed the program?

Self Esteem

Self-esteem starts with a positive body image, and eating healthy is obviously one of the key ways to achieving this. A healthy body image begins with healthy eating. If you like what you see in the mirror, your self-esteem will reward you with some serious mojo. Once you have completed you feel happier and healthier and “Self – Love” is easier to accept and treasure.

Improves Your Overall Energy Level

A healthy diet also keeps your energy level high. If you start eating a more balanced diet that includes unrefined carbohydrates, proteins, and fats, with an emphasis on vegetables, and healthy oils, you’ll start to see your energy levels increase. Nothing better than feeling more active, and actually participate in more activities.

Reduce Depression Symptoms

The brain responds to what you eat and drink, just like any other organ. The brain needs essential vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients to stay healthy and keep your mind sharp. If you don’t provide your brain of these essential nutrients, it can’t function properly and can raise your risk of depression. They recommend minerals like magnesium, selenium, zinc, amino acids, fatty acids, and a lot of water. It is important to note that a healthy diet isn’t a cure for clinical depression or mood disorders, however.

Boosts Your Mood

Through several diet studies, it’s been determined that the effect between food and mood varied dramatically depending on the person, so it’s recommended that a well-balanced diet rich in protein, moderate in carbohydrates and low in fat improves the mood of most people.

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