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800 cal revised version. It works, and I am considering

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Here is the list of allowed foods on 800 cal diet. My friend does it and loses weight very nicely. I am giving you a pasted copy of her entry. Thank you Sammi's Hcg stuff

Alright guys, here’s a list of the things I work with on P2…I think I got everything, but if I remember others, I’ll be sure to add them. Also, if you notice something missing from this list that you’ve seen on my page, please leave me a note and let me know so I can get it added here!
Oh, and as a pre-cursor...NO, this is not all POP. But these are the things that IIII eat on P2, that work for me, and my body. I am in no way suggesting that this is the way that anyone should eat on this diet, as I do not know your body, or how it reacts to things. I am simply sharing what's working for me. =)
Coconut Milk - unsweetened, carton for everyday, or light canned works well too. I use this this for adding creaminess to dishes, making ice cream and smoothies, and even add it to teas (chai tea with coconut milk is YUM!) and coffee.

Coconut Oil - great for chocolate delight, baking and sautéing deliciousness. I have a note dedicated to the awesomeness that is coconut oil!

Coconut Flour - traditionally a P3 staple, but I've recently started using it in P2 with great results! Use it for baking, and help with breading meats you'd sear in coconut oil.

Unsweetened Shredded Coconut - bread chicken or shrimp, add to sweet dishes. Also use this to make my own coconut butter for candies and sauces!

Unsweetened Coconut Flakes - toast these puppies up and add them to fun treats or salads!

Flaxseed Meal - I like to toss this into things I bake for added fiber/nutrients/heartiness.

Ezekiel Bread or Tortillas - made from sprouted grains, so our bodies digest it more as a veggie than a carb/starch.

Melba Toasts - I don't usually eat these as they are, rather grind them up and add them to dishes like meatloaf or crunchiness on top of an apple bake.

Grissini Sticks - love these as a snack with a Laughing Cow cheese wedge.

Skinny/Miracle/Shirataki Noodles – no calories and very similar to rice noodles. I usually save these for Asian-inspired dishes, although I have tried them with a cottage-cheese alfredo sauce, which was pretty tasty.

Greek Yogurt - love this stuff! I rock it in sauces, smoothies, as sour cream in Mexican dishes...for Froyo, or just sweeten it up and add some berries!

Cottage Cheese - have found a new respect for this usually over-looked epicness since starting this diet. I toss it in lots of things to get melty cheese bits, blend it into creamy sauces or sandwich spreads with my Magic Bullet (or make ChocoD a little creamier...or make a chocolate sauce to pour over strawberries), and even make P2 friendly ice cream!

Half'n Half - have this in my coffee every day.

Laughing Cow Light Cheese Wedges - I add these to sauces and soups, use them on sandwiches and wraps, or just enjoy one with a Grissini stick as a snack.

Tea, Tea and More Teas - I get all kinds of flavors to keep it fun. I love iced tea, and like to sweeten mine and add a little lemon juice to the fruity ones to give them tartness!

Coffee - I drink it every day with half'n half and sugar free syrups...just recently started making my own home-brewed iced coffee, but still love me an Iced Americano from my favorite coffee houses.

Oregon Chai Sugar Free Chai Tea Concentrate – amazingness. I use this to make chai ice cream, chai tea lattes, spiced apples, etc.

Bottled Lemon and Lime Juices - staples, for sure. I go through a TON of this stuff, so it's not very cost-effective for me to use the fresh fruit regularly, so I keep the bottled stuff on-hand. I use it lots for fruity bubbly drinks blended with soda water and sweetener. I also love it for cooking, and adding to salsa's, dressings and marinades.

Low Sodium Broths - chicken, veggie, beef. I keep these on hand for soups, stir fries, thinning things out, etc.

Canned Tomatoes - LOVE. Check ingredients to make sure no sugars are added...but I love these for all kinds of dishes and even blend them up to make sauces/ketchup/BBQ sauce/cocktail sauce in a pinch.

Sugar Free Ragu Spaghetti Sauce - found this gem at Wal-Mart, great for days when you're limited on time an can't make your own fresh!

Salsa - check for sugars in pre-made kind...or make your own - I love topping things with a spicy salsa for an extra kick of flavor!

Sun Dried Tomatoes - NOT in the ones in oil, but the ones that are actually dry. So. Delicious. They are flavor-packed jewels and are great in TONS of different things.

Dill Pickles - I keep these in the fridge for saltiness cravings...but use them cautiously because they are sodium-packed!

Smuckers Simply Fruit Spreads - all fruit, nothing else, and there are LOTS of flavors! Keep these on-hand for sauces, treats, etc.

Sugar Free Jello - can make your own or get the boxed/cups. There's some debate on the store bought stuff because the type of sweetener used...if this is a concern for you, make it home-made with some Stevia and natural flavoring!

Knox Gelatin - use it for a thickener, add bounce to some baked goods if you don't have xanthan gum, and make homemade jello or jello pudding with coconut milk.

Xanthan Gum – this is a thickener that’s kind of a cross between corn starch and gelatin. A little hard to explain, and a little goes a LONG way!

Truvia, Xylitol, Stevia, Sweet’n Low – or whatever your sweetener of choice is!

Coco Powder – great for ChocoD, chocolate sauce, chocolate baked goods, etc.

Jack Daniels No7 and Horseradish Mustards - love me some mustard! I used these mostly for sauces, marinades and dressings.

Horseradish - pop this into a homemade cocktail sauce for shrimp, or make a creamy horseradish sauce for burgers and steaks.

Garlic - powder, salt, pre-minced and fresh. I love to add garlic just about everything I cook!

Pre-grated ginger - comes in a squeeze tube and is great for adding flavor to anything Asian-inspired!

Mrs. Dash, Webber and McCormick Season Blends – I LOVE season blends. I look for things that are low sodium, or salt-less, because I like lots of flavor and little salt.

Simply Organic Season Packets (Taco, Fajita, Chili, Ranch, etc) – great, quick flavor helpers.

Herb Blends/Dried Herbs – next best thing to fresh ones, always keep an Italian blend, some parsley, dill and cilantro in my cupboard.

Nutritional Yeast – new to this nutrient packed little powerhouse, just got some and haven’t played much with it…I’ll update this as soon as I do!

Franks Hot Sauce - love me some spice, and this is made up of literally vinegar and cayenne.

Huy Fong Chili Garlic Sauce – add this to all different kinds of dishes/sauces for some extra heat.

Sugar Free Ketchup - Heinz has a bottled version or you can make your own.

Homemade Sugar Free BBQ Sauce – I like to make my own, because I have yet to find a good sugar free one.

Sugar Free Maple Syrup – I get the Mrs. Butterworths brand, and use it sparingly/on special occasion, since it literally has nothing natural about it. =P

Fat Free/Light Salad Dressings – I have used these in P2 for the past two rounds with no issues, but as always, something you’d need to check out for yourself/your own body.

Rice Vinegar (low sodium sugar free), Apple Cider Vinegar (Braggs), Flavored Vinegars (check for sugars) – love me some vinegar for sauces, soups and marinades!

Braggs Amino Acids – I use this anywhere I would normally use soy sauce.

Veggies I eat: salad greens/spinach, cabbages, bok choy, herbs, radishes (red and daikon), onions/green onion, mushrooms, tomatoes, cucumbers, celery, broccoli, broccoli slaw, cauliflower, sprouts, bell peppers, zucchini, hot peppers (jalapenos, poblano’s, etc), green beans, asparagus,

Fruits I eat: apples, oranges, nectarines, cranberries, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, strawberries, cantaloupe, kiwi, grapefruit.

When it comes to the meats I eat, I pretty much stick to Simeons list of acceptable proteins…the things I use most commonly are eggs, chicken breast (I also grind my own), shrimp, tilapia, lean ground beef, and top sirloin.

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  1. Dobermangirl's Avatar
    I realized, the 800 cal protocol is perfect for those who exercise regularly. I am switching, because I burn minimum 500 cal a day at the gym. So if I eat only 500 cal, what is there left for my body to go on? Nada..