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Dr. Murphy Offers the HCG Diet to Battle the Summertime Buldge.

Reno, NV, June 29, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Dr. James E. Murphy, of Murphy Plastic Surgery, offers the ever popular HCG Diet to help those who are trying to get fit for the summer. Programs for the HCG Diet are either 23 or 42 days in length which means if patients begin the journey now they may have the body they hoped to achieve by mid-summer. To show that Dr. Murphy truly cares about his patients' wellbeing and happiness his is offering complimentary Initial consultations.

For those who have not yet heard of the HCG Diet, Dr. Murphy offers information to help those decide whether this diet is right for them. Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG) is a naturally produced water-based hormone present in both men and women, although it is produced in great amounts in pregnant females. Combining the use of a small amount of HCG with a low-calorie diet in non-pregnant persons can cause the body to metabolize and use the abnormal fat through a specific process to reset the hypothalamus so that, once the diet is completed, a person can return to eating normally (and within healthy limits) yet keep the weight off for life. By properly following the HCG protocol, patients can lose an average of one to two pounds per day and will feel more healthy and energetic than they have in years.

Losing weight can be one of the most difficult challenges a person has to face butthe HCG Diet could make this struggle much easier. For more information regarding Murphy Plastic Surgery and the HCG Diet please visit www.NNPSA.com.

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NNPSA

Tracy Murphy

775-322-3446

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