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Strict vegetarians such as orthodox Hindus present a special problem, because milk and curds are the only animal protein they will eat. To supply them with sufficient protein of animal origin they must drink 500 cc. of skimmed milk per day, though part of this ration can be taken as curds. As far as fruit, vegetables and starch are concerned, their diet is the same as that of non-vegetarians; they cannot be allowed their usual intake of vegetable proteins from leguminous plants such as beans or from wheat or nuts, nor can they have their customary rice. In spite of these severe restrictions, their average loss is about half that of non-vegetarians, presumably owing to the sugar content of the milk.

I found this in Dr. Simeon's transcript. I am a little disappointed. I wish that I would have investigated this more before making my decision to do the HCG. Because of what I have read, and because I have committed myself to this program, I have decided to eat meat until I finish this protocol. This is a very large sacrifice to make not to realize the full possible results. I am at the end of my first week of first gorging myself and then almost starving myself. (I know anyone reading this gets what I am saying)...it is just too much for nothing. I have eaten healthy foods and never gone over 500 calories and I have gained 1 pound. That doesn't even make sense.

Starting today, all of my accountability will be 100% loyal to the original program. I will go back to eating healthy after the program is over.

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  1. taylorfam55's Avatar
    I am not a vegetarian and feel that eating meat is healthy, do you not? I dont know any vegetarians so please excuse me if this seems blunt, I dont mean it to be. I wish I could eat all farm raised animals that DO NOT eat corn and consume massive quantities of pesticides. It is so expensive to eat healthy meats and we are on a very tight budget. (knowing that organic fed meat doesnt mean GRASS fed which we prefer but is sooo costly!) also there is such a big difference in farm raised fish and fresh fish we catch ourselves. But eating healthy is possible on this program I think. Im just surprised that you said that I guess. I think this diet, (for a NON vegetarian ) is so stripped of all processed foods that it is the cleanest most people have ever eaten. Just curious to your thoughts.