Weight management 'benefits' in pregnancy
The British Medical Journal analysis looked at the findings from 44 previous studies involving more than 7,000 women.Dieting in pregnancy is safe for women and does not carry risks for the baby, a review of research has suggested. The London-based team said following a healthy diet - and not eating for two - prevents excess weight gain and cuts the risk of complications.
This supports the information and research conducted by Dr Simons over 30 years ago that someone with a metabolic disorder can use adipose tissue as a source of fuel if HCG is introduced in to their system. Pregnant women produce HCG and because of this provides a good environment for weightloss and the re correction of the metabolic disorder.