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    COVID 19 and HCG

    I apologise for bringing up this subject as I'm sure everyone has heard nothing but. However I am planning on starting the HCG diet next week, however I'm concerned about my immune system whilst on the hcg diet. Is anyone else deferring it?

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    Me. I decided I was too risky for my age (63). But that's my personal decision. You have to decide what is best for you.

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    I would defer any planned round for myself. Reasons:

    1. Our bodies are already under additional stress just because of the virus-related social and work restraints. Doing the protocol now would add another stressor.

    2. There could be issues getting the right menu supplies during this time.

    3. No one really knows if there is any contra-indication to the actual hormone and vulnerability to the virus. However, generally it is usually a good idea to suspend a round if you become ill during P2. So the thinking is to do what you can to avoid fighting any battle on multiple fronts.

    4. Stress takes a toll on your immune system. Additionally, insomnia is a very common side effect of the HCG protocol, and you need adequate sleep to keep your immune system healthy.

    5. I think the time is better spent doing things to strengthen your immune system.

    That being said, I'm in one of the high risk groups, so you may not have the same concerns.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leez View Post
    I would defer any planned round for myself. Reasons:

    1. Our bodies are already under additional stress just because of the virus-related social and work restraints. Doing the protocol now would add another stressor.

    2. There could be issues getting the right menu supplies during this time.

    3. No one really knows if there is any contra-indication to the actual hormone and vulnerability to the virus. However, generally it is usually a good idea to suspend a round if you become ill during P2. So the thinking is to do what you can to avoid fighting any battle on multiple fronts.

    4. Stress takes a toll on your immune system. Additionally, insomnia is a very common side effect of the HCG protocol, and you need adequate sleep to keep your immune system healthy.

    5. I think the time is better spent doing things to strengthen your immune system.

    That being said, I'm in one of the high risk groups, so you may not have the same concerns.
    Hi Leez. Happy to see you here, I am halfway thru P2 and by my age 77 i would fall into the elderly risk group... however my decision is that i am actually eating healthier now and have plenty of foods to finish the round so i dont plan to end my round until 30 days,
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    I agree with Leez. I'd like to start a round soon to loose 15 lb., but also am concerned about a lowered immune system due to he restricted diet. I'm going to eat as nutritiously as possiblef ocusing on more foods such as fruit, beans, dairy that I would't be able to have in P2. Then hopefully I can load Easter Weekend and do a 30 day round so I can be out of P2 by Memorial Day and able to eat a lot of home smoker meats in P3 by then.
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    Thank you for your advice. I am in good health but I think for many of the reasons outlined I may have to really give it some good thought as to whether I should start.

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