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    dark chocolate

    so the only way I "feel" I can get through some days is to break off and eat one square of dark chocolate from the bar. What is this about? How much will it hurt the outcome? It feels like a must do...

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    Eating anything off protocol, no matter how small and how minor it seems, can mess up this diet, because it isn't a diet. It's a specific medical prescription. Eating broccoli or cauliflower instead of an approved vegetable can hurt. Eating a pear or tangerine instead of an apple, orange, grapefruit or strawberries can hurt. Eating too many (or even too few if done too often) can hurt.

    It sounds like you're having trouble with hunger and cravings. If your dose is right, you shouldn't be experiencing that. Skip your next injection. If, after 4pm and on to the next morning, your hunger is better, lower your dose by 25 iu. If your hunger increases, raise your dose by 25 iu. Only pay attention to hunger late on the skip day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jmmrr View Post
    Eating anything off protocol, no matter how small and how minor it seems, can mess up this diet, because it isn't a diet. It's a specific medical prescription. Eating broccoli or cauliflower instead of an approved vegetable can hurt. Eating a pear or tangerine instead of an apple, orange, grapefruit or strawberries can hurt. Eating too many (or even too few if done too often) can hurt.

    It sounds like you're having trouble with hunger and cravings. If your dose is right, you shouldn't be experiencing that. Skip your next injection. If, after 4pm and on to the next morning, your hunger is better, lower your dose by 25 iu. If your hunger increases, raise your dose by 25 iu. Only pay attention to hunger late on the skip day.
    Hi, I read somewhere that broccoli and cauliflower are allowed (maybe HCG2.0), I loved cauliflower and had them for 2 meals in the past days, still lose some weight but I wonder if these really matters.

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    There are all kinds of variations on the protocol, but none of them have any specific research testing behind them. You might still lose while eating off-protocol items, but then have stabilization problems in P3. There is just no way to know. We do know that the protocol menu works. My personal view is that if I'm going to put all that money and effort and time into doing this, I want to be sure I have the best chance of success.
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    Leez, I agree with you. I will do my best to stay with the protocol.

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