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    How to do a PI

    So what is this and how do you do it properly. I don't think I want to do it for turkey day (not a fan of turkey but am of everything else) but want to know the process in case I do.


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    There's a recent thread with the answer
    "How to do a Planned Interruption for Thanksgiving"

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    You shouldn't do one until you've had at least 22 or 23 injections (or days of hcg). The first two injections are "ineffective" and you can't do one until you've had 20 effective injections. Stop the hcg and transition into P3 for 72 hours (48 hrs if using homeopathic hcg). Then eat P3 style during the interruption. You can eat as much fat, protein and non-starchy vegetables as you want. Don't try to limit these things...eat until you are satisfied and eat more when you become hungry again. But you cannot have any sugar or starch. Then restart the hcg and low calorie diet without reloading. You can take an interruption for anywhere from 4 days to two weeks.

    From the section of P&I entitled "Unforeseen Interruptions of Treatment":

    If an interruption of treatment lasting more than four days is necessary, the patient must increase his diet to at least 800 Calories by adding meat, eggs, cheese, and milk to his diet after the third day, as otherwise he will find himself so hungry and weak that he is unable to go about his usual occupation. If the interval lasts less than two weeks the patient can directly resume injections and the 500-Calorie diet, but if the interruption lasts longer he must again eat normally until he has had his third injection.

    When a patient knows beforehand that he will have to travel and be absent for more than four days, it is always better to stop injections three days before he is due to leave so that he can have the three days of strict dieting which are necessary after the last injection at home. This saves him from the almost impossible task of having to arrange the 500 Calorie diet while en route, and he can thus enjoy a much greater dietary freedom from the day of his departure. Interruptions occurring before 20 effective injections have been given are most undesirable, because with less than that number of injections some weight is liable to be regained. After the 20th injection an unavoidable interruption is merely a loss of time.

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