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    Progresso Soup 99% Fat Free

    Hey Y’all, so this wouldn’t be for every day but sometimes I just need a change. What’s your thoughts on Progresso’s 99% fat free soup, it has 2 grams of fat in it, which is less than like a muscle milk option which I sometimes use for protein shakes and I still lose weight. Anyone have any thoughts on this to support either good or bad? Thanks for your help! Have a wonderful day and stay well!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dollylion View Post
    Hey Y’all, so this wouldn’t be for every day but sometimes I just need a change. What’s your thoughts on Progresso’s 99% fat free soup, it has 2 grams of fat in it, which is less than like a muscle milk option which I sometimes use for protein shakes and I still lose weight. Anyone have any thoughts on this to support either good or bad? Thanks for your help! Have a wonderful day and stay well!
    Sorry, can't help you on this one, but I would love to hear someone's feedback. My husband loves a lot of the Progresso soups. Are you thinking on P2, I guess.

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    I wouldn’t do it.

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    Just because you still lose weight when you change the protocol doesn't mean the change was successful.

    The HCG diet is not about macros, so switching out things that seem to be similar is not a viable option. It's about a certain combination of very specific items that help the HCG process. There are several items mentioned in the protocol as examples that actually hinder the work of the HCG. Pear is one that is mentioned. Going by macros, it seems logical that you could substitute a pear for an apple. But Dr. Simeons found that pears hindered the process, while apples enhanced the action of the HCG.

    Changing the protocol food selections can hinder other things the HCG is doing besides weight loss. Weight loss is actually just a side effect of the real reason the protocol was developed. It is a hormone-normalizing protocol meant to treat young boys that had problems entering puberty. But it also allows a rest for your hypothalamus, making it possible to end up with a lower weight set point than when you started.

    If you look at the HCG protocol as a prescription instead of just another diet, you will be less tempted to try to tweak it. Indeed, many people think they are getting away with their tweaks and then find that they can't stabilize later and cannot eat more than a bare calorie minimum without weight gain. The tendency then is to blame themselves for not having enough discipline instead of owning that they changed the protocol and that is why things are going south afterward.
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    Leez the last part of what you said is really interesting to me because I’ve dealt with that in the past after a round. I didn’t expect to be on HCG again right now but the reason I am doing another round is because I was eating the bare minimum and running 10+ miles a day and still gaining weight like crazy. I didn’t see another option other than starting up again. If I’ve done this to myself by the food choices I’ve made while on HCG is there a way to correct this, or is it something I just have to deal with?

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    I actually never tried it cuz I was too afraid. I actually came on here today to check what people said because I was about to but after what Leez said below I think I will not try - I’ve had trouble with all the things she mentioned after protocol and I think I probably messed thing’s up. Maybe I shouldn’t have eaten jelly belly’s on the daily haha...I always lost weight (sometimes more weight than I would if I didn’t eat them actually) and they gave me the a little energy for a work out but i could never stabilize and gained weight so fast after protocol even running 10 miles a day and eating very few calories.

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    If I’ve done this to myself by the food choices I’ve made while on HCG is there a way to correct this, or is it something I just have to deal with?
    Each time you do the protocol, you have a new chance to reset your metabolism.

    So yes, you can fix the problems caused by not following protocol in previous rounds by following it in this one.

    No jelly belly's this time. ^_^
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