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  1. Lovely Losers - Fabulous, Feisty and Fierce in February!

    Quote Originally Posted by Sunshinehcg View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by tracy View Post
    Wendy, I looked for info on the FB page in files to learn about the Fat Fast but couldn't find anything. Is there a link you could share? Thanks!


    Not sure how well it works at the moment!!!

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  2. Grammy's Inflammation Smoothie

    Quote Originally Posted by Leez View Post
    Can you think of anything that changed before the big rise? Started a new supplement, had a night of bad sleep, extra stress?

    You could try grammy's inflammation smoothie to try to get the bloat weight down:

    1/2 cucumber
    2 stalks celery
    1 inch knob of fresh ginger
    1 whole lime

    Blend with some water and drink it either as the first meal of the day or the last.

    One of our posters here uses it instead of a steak day,
  3. My HCG Journey/Stats

    Old Sig:

    ]02/28/12: R1: 219.6lb ~ LDW: 183.6lbs = -36lbs
    02/01/13: R2: 185lb ~ LDW: 149.4lbs = 35.6lbs
    01/11/14: R3: 180.2lbs ~ VLCD51 LDW:146.8 = -33.4lbs
    08/28/15: Baby Boy @ 9.3lbs
    01/04/16: R4: 220.0lbs ~ VLCD37 LDW: 189.4lbs = -30.6lbs 03/21/16: R5: 189.6 lbs ~ VLCD45 LDW: 161.4 Lbs = -28.2 lbs 09/06/16: R6: 175.6lbs ~ VLCD31 LDW: 151.6 = -24lbs
    01/09/17: R7: 172.6lbs ~ VLCD24 LDW: 152.2 ~ 2WK PI 09/18/17: R8: 181lbs ~ VLCD23 LDW: 159 = -22lbs ...
  4. Ginger Drink

    Quote Originally Posted by manhattanite View Post
    regarding the ginger syrup, I just sort of made it up! I took about 4 packets of stevia and probably about 1/2 cup of water and put it into a shallow pan on the stove. Then I took some fresh ginger, peeled it, chopped it coarsely, and added it to the stevia/water mixture. Probably about 1-2 T of ginger. Then I brought the mixture to a boil, stirred it until the stevia dissolved, then reduced the heat, let it go for about 3-5 minutes, then turned it off and let it cool for 30 min for the syrup to
  5. Lovely Losers are Joyous and Jammin in January

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    Quote Originally Posted by Natalie View Post
    200 grams of protein is only 7 ozs (100 grams = 3.5 ozs). Right?
    Sorry! I'm coming from the perspective of amount of protein grams (and resulting calories).

    You are right, Natalie.

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  6. Lovely Losers are Joyous and Jammin in January

    Quote Originally Posted by Carry2010 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Natalie View Post
    I want to get a Magnesium supplement for regularity and to help with depression/anxiety/sleep. There are so many! I'm also looking for other supplements besides melatonin and magnesium to help with sleep. Thank you!
    From the Magnesium Advocacy Group on Facebook....

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  7. PH2 Crabcake

    Quote Originally Posted by Judishaver View Post
    Tonight for dinner we had crabcakes.

    100 grams crabmeat per person
    About 1 tsp each per person
    Onion Powder
    Garlic Powder
    Old Bay
    Chili Powder- maybe a lil less if you dont like spice
    Onion and celery minced very small (about 1 TBSP each per person)
    Tsp of spicy mustard
    Zest of a lemon.

    Mix everything together in a bowl. I find they stick together a lil better if you squeeze the meat between a paper
  8. Chef and foodie here...

    Quote Originally Posted by Takisha View Post
    Egg drop soup - all phases

    Lots of protein, but worked well my first round. Ate almost every night- my go to meal. Filling, delicious, and enticing enough for my daughter to beg for bites she's 13 and you know how 13 year old palates can be picky!

    Works out to about 150 calories! You can skinny this down (water down the broth) if you had beef that day. Excellent dinner meal for a higher cal day (apples and beef for instance)! I can get this down to 87 calories if
  9. London Boril is Crockpot

    Quote Originally Posted by bethieb View Post
    Crockpot Grass Fed London Broil (can use grain fed) Very lean and yummy! Feeds the family, just weigh out your portion.

    2.25 lb. London Broil
    Salt and pepper
    1 clove garlic, sliced
    2 medium onions, sliced
    2 bay leaves
    1 whole clove (optional)
    1 cup water
    2 tablespoons soy sauce (or fish sauce)

    15 minutes

    10 hours