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Quote Originally Posted by Lola Smythe Pinkerton View Post
Hey guys! To answer some of your questions, just take it slow is the first rule. The most important thing is to replace the fat that hcg was causing your body to use for energy. You have been burning a lot of calories from your own body fat and when the hcg is out of your body you need to add fat back intoyour diet to maintain the level of calories your have become accustomed to. Follow the basic rules of no sugar and no starch. Start the first day adding good fat like heavy whipping cream, butter, and coconut oil. You don't have to count calories except to make sure you are eating enough. Your weight is going to fluctuate for a few days as your digestive system adapts to different and more foods. I usually lose a few more lbs the first 3 or 4 days and then regain it. Once your stomach settles down, add one new thing every 3 or 4 days. Sometimes you may seem to gain but if you are patient and don't add too many things at once you will see your weight return to the lower weight. After a while you might be able to add some fruit, but the first week or so I would not eat any. Avoid foods with hidden sugar or starch, but enjoy meats with natural fat. If you experience a sudden large gain it is likely a sensitivity to something. That's the reason to start slow when adding new foods so you will know what caused the reaction. Hope this helps some. I am on r4 p3 and this is just some of what I have learned from experience. Good luck. let me know if you have questions, I might be able to help. I love ph 3 , especially my HWC in my morning coffee!

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