Metabolic Research Center - MRC compared to Releana or HCG

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10-15-2009, 12:56 AM
Hi Everyone!

I just signed up this week and started Releana (natural HCG) last Thursday. I started counting calories and exercising 6 days Jan-May with one 15lb loss. I quit for 4.5months and didn't gain anything. I'm down to 133 (5lbs in the last 4 days). I just was done...I want to lose it and live life.

I don't know anything about MRC, so anything you could tell me would help. Any one compared the two? Similarities/ Differences?

Here's a quick diet plan for Releana:
(HCG drops under tongue twice a day)
two pieces of fruit 6 hours a part
2L at least of water
(non-calorie drinks any)
twice a day: 3.5oz lean meat, 3.5oz green (mostly) veg.

10-15-2009, 10:39 AM
Why do you care about MRC if you are successful on HCG? I have considered HCG? Where are you getting it. I would be afraid of not getting a quality product. I have been on MRC for 53 days and have lost 28 lbs. I like the plan -- get to eat a lot, but strict as to what I have. High protein, low carbs. But I am satisfied and it seems pretty effortless. Keep in mind though that I have a lot to lose (100+ lbs).

Here is a quick look at my day:

2 eggs, low cal toast (cinnamon toast)
high nutrition supplement

6 oz lean meat protein
4 oz cooked vegetables, or 8 oz raw
piece of fruit
1 or 2 high nutrition supplement

6 oz lean meat protein
4 oz cooked vegetables, or 8 oz raw
piece of toast
high nutrition supplement

64-100 oz of water daily

Is this helpful? I do love the diet, but would like to lose faster!

10-16-2009, 01:48 AM
I was just wondering about the success of it that's all. I don't mind HCG. I am taking Releana though as it is the purest, naturally found form of HCG (therefore also the most expensive). I get it from a board bariatric certified MD. The weight loss is fast so far, but only 500 calories a day. 85% of people do not gain the weight back. Really, gaining it back is about whether or not you changed your habits..if they didn't change you will gain it back. If you continue to feed your emotions, you will gain it back.

For me, I am already a healthy eater and workout 3-4 days a week (6 when trying to lose weight) I enjoy it, but I wasn't losing weight (I have been the same weight since 2000). So I am doing this to get the weight down and know it will be maintained fine as my habits are good.