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HCG Information Website FitnessEdge.net Announces its Launch

The Website Aims to Educate Readers about Human Chorionic Gonadotropin's (HCG) History, Injections, and Marketplace

LOS ANGELES, Feb. 17, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Fitness Edge, a website dedicated to updating the public on health and fitness topics, was recently unveiled to the public. To commemorate its launch, Fitness Edge has added new content to the website, such as information about Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG).

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HCG is a hormone that is frequently produced in pregnant women. HCG is best known for its main function: converting fat cells into food for a growing baby. However, 50 years ago, Dr. ATW Simeons zeroed in on the fat-burning properties of HCG and used them to develop a new diet. The HCG diet targets excess fat commonly stored in the areas around the hips, thighs, stomach, and other similar areas, plus it can also increase metabolism, testosterone, and muscle retention.

"It has been found that administering a series of HCG injections in conjunction with consuming a low calorie diet results in rapid and sustainable weight loss," stated an article available on Fitness Edge. It added that HCG injections provide a safe and effective contribution to a low calorie diet for weight reduction.

"Many report no side-effects at all, possibly due to the fact that the actual dose of HCG hormone used on the HCG diet is much lower than normal levels of the hormone produced during pregnancy."

On one page of Fitness Edge, http://fitnessedge.net/buy-hcg-injections/, the website offers readers information regarding where to purchase HCG injections in Miami and other cities in the United States. Fitness Edge lists two well-known companies that sell authentic and prescription-grade HCG. One offers low cost injections and speedy delivery; the other offers support seven days a week from licensed medical professionals at a higher price point. Fitness Edge lists the pros and cons of each website and provides information about their pricing.

Individuals interested in learning more about Fitness Edge and Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG) injections can visit http://fitnessedge.net/hcg/ for more information.

About Fitness Edge:

Fitness Edge is a website dedicated to providing up to date information on all aspects of health and fitness. It was designed to be used as an informational tool about supplements that can improve health and help users achieve optimal weight range and fitness levels. The website is newly launched and has tackled HCG for weight loss as its first project. Fitness Edge plans to update its website soon with information about Human Growth Hormones. For more information, please visit http://fitnessedge.net

Media Contact: Julian Graves, Fitness Edge, (949) 555-2861, [email protected]

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