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Thread: Ellie's HCG Experience~The Good, the Bad and the Ugly! Long Rounds~to Cycling!

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    Beth, was it soy delicious or so delicious? the So one is supposed to be coconut based. I can't take soy. But if yours was the coconut one, I won't bother looking for it when we go to AZ.
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    Have you tried just plain coconut milk? (lite for P2) I am very intolerant to dairy, swell up like a balloon, but can do coconut milk quite well. comes in cans, is easy to find and is relatively inexpensive. protein, carb and fat content are quite similar to heavy cream.

    I did lite coconut milk, 1 tbsp/day all through P2 and it did not affect my weight loss (down 30lbs in 35 days)....granted YMMV but it's a thought.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grammy1952 View Post
    Beth, was it soy delicious or so delicious? the So one is supposed to be coconut based. I can't take soy. But if yours was the coconut one, I won't bother looking for it when we go to AZ.
    It was the coconut one. I meant So if I said Soy
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    Thanks for sharing!

    Ellie, thanks for sharing your update.

    It's great to hear stories from others so I can know what I may or may not run into on my journey. I too love cream in my coffee and maybe once a week, I'll have a little. Uusally it's just for a saturday. I would love to find a product similiar to the taste I crave without causing weight gain. If you find one, keep us posted.

    Colleen, can you give me more information on the allergy testing. I would love to hear more about it. Has it really cured you of all allergy symptoms? I have developed a seafood allergy as of four years ago. Never had a problem with seafood until then. I really miss my seafood. I mean really miss it. I have tried everything so far but nothing seems to work. I was thinking of trying acupuncture when I save up some funds.

    Thanks again for sharing ladies!
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    Okay don't shoot me here.. I want to be honest without being shot.
    I tried Mocha mix yesterday and today, did not gain at all.
    Tastes just like cream to me. I am testing my body today to see if it causes pain.
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    What's in the mocha mix, Ellie? Sometimes powdered milk works okay for people.

    Blessed, NAET is an energy treatment for allergy. You might try it. Desertgirl posted the how to up in this thread. It works great!
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    Wow, we just got a HUGE Hail storm, (Beth_ did you see it? She's very close to me, next town.)

    Colleen,
    I don't advocate this Mocha mix for everyone at all. It has chemicals, but it's working for me.
    Nutrition Facts
    Serving Size 1 tbsp
    Servings Per Container 63
    Amount Per Serving
    Calories 20 Calories from Fat Total Fat 1.5 g
    2% Saturated Fat 0 g
    Trans Fat 0 g
    Cholesterol 0 mg
    Sodium 5 mg
    Total Carbohydrate 1
    Dietary Fiber 0
    Sugars 0
    Protein 0
    Ingredients
    Water, Corn Syrup, Partially Hydrogenated Soybean Oil (Adds a Trivial Amount Of Saturated Fat)2% or less of the Following: Distilled Monoglycerides, Soy Protein Isolate, Dipotassium Phosphate, Polysorbate 60, Sodium Stearoyl Lactylate, Salt, Artificial Flavor, Beta Carotene

    I am hoping the soy doesn't hurt, and also corn syrup, must be in a very minute quanity.
    Really tastes Great! Vamos a ver.. We will wait and see!
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    Ellie, first of all, thanks for sharing!

    Regarding the Mocha Mix, I remember a specialist recommending it for my son when he was only 3 or 4 because of his casein (dairy protein) allergy. He said it had "stuff" in it, but it was the product the kids seemed to do the best on.
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    Hope it works for you! The soy would mess me up.
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    Ellie, thank you for sharing your journey with us! I feel your pain. My issue is not creamer (thank God!)...mine is gluten.

    I just went back over my P4 journal, from last time, to look for patterns that caused gain. It was readily apparent that anytime I ate something obviously with gluten, I gained...a lot...but I failed to notice the little gluten slip-ups that contributed as well. For instance, I had heard that some people with mild Celiac's could eat Ezekiel bread without a problem. I am not one of them. Every time I ate it, it was a subtle response, but I still had a response. Same thing with the "low-carb" tortillas...clearly a no-no for me. But...when I read on a very respected gluten-free blog (by a woman with severe reactions to gluten) that french fries from fast food restaurants (not including the ones made at home) can cause a gluten response, due to alarming & largely unavoidable cross-contamination issues in those places, I went back & looked again at my P4 journal.

    I-am-a-french-fry-freak!!! I thought I was safe, because potatoes don't have gluten...but, sure enough, any time on my journal that I showed I ate fast food fries, I had a moderate gain, within a couple of days. Sigh. This grieves me, because I really, really love fries!! The good news, though, is that anytime I made fries baked in the oven, at home, or even "home fries" fried in oil, I had absolutely no negative response. So, now I know...I just am too sensitive to do the fast food stuff.

    I had the same response ANY time I ate fast food...regardless of the choices. I thought I was safe with Taco Villa crispy tacos, because the shell is corn, but they must either have wheat in their meat mixture or there is the cross-contamination issue again, because I got a response from them too...just not as violent a response as I got from things like Cream of Wheat, bread, etc. (with those, I have MAJOR inflammation, major diarrhea, break out in mouth sores, get hives, etc...no mystery there!).

    So, I feel for you on the restrictions. But, I'm slowly learning that there is STILL a wonderful plethora of delicious foods & beverages that I CAN have, and you can too! It just takes a while for our psyche to catch up with that revelation. Hang in there!
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