HCG, also known as Human Chorionic Gonadotropin, is a hormone that is produced by pregnant women by the placenta. It is a glycoprotein that is made up of 244 amino acids. HCG also helps the body create progesterone and helps line the uterus with a thick wall of blood vessels and capillaries to assist the growing fetus. HCG has been used to treat infertility in women and to increase sperm count in men. It has been found that HCG regulates the brain set point for hunger and also how your body metabolizes fat. HCG alerts the body to release stored fat when needed. This is apparent in pregnant women who have severe morning sickness or live an unhealthy lifestyle. They are still able to go full term and have a healthy baby.
You can, but I don't recommend it and this is why. Dose of hCG is very individual and is important to both experiencing the least hunger and best weight loss - if you pre-load your needles you will not be able to effectively adjust your dose of hCG as necessary - both at the start when you may not be sure what your best dose is just yet, and then once you find it, it's common to need to reduce your dose as you get thinner - so I prefer to leave the hCG in the bottle and draw up the hCG each on the protocol so I can have control over how much I'm injecting and have that ability to adjust as needed.
hCG and Testosteone seem like an unlikely pairing but because hCG works to synthesize testosterone and maximize its effects on the body, it’s even more effective and efficient for men to use. The hCG diet is no exception. The diet consists of a calorie-restricted meal plan for a period of several weeks while incorporating hCG shots to achieve the desired benefits. Typically the diet either restricts you at consuming either 500 or 800 calories a day of specific foods. These approved fruits, vegetables, and proteins help maximize the effects of hCG on the body as the metabolism is fired into gear to burn fat, increase energy levels, and trigger hormones to increase muscle growth and re-construct the physique.