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    Help with P3

    What foods can I eat on P3? Do I continue with my hcg drops

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    Chief Moderator (my happy place :) Leez's Avatar
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    On P3 you can eat whatever you like as long as you eliminate starches and sugar.

    Choose different meats than when on P2--enjoy some bacon. don't skimp on good fats like olive oil, coconut oil and avocado. Have lots of veggies and mix them all together. Use whatever sweetener you like, but don't use any kind of regular sugar. Have fruit, but be careful with the sweeter fruits like bananas, pineapple and any dried fruits.

    The most important thing is to eat...don't restrict. If you don't have much room at first, try to eat something every couple of hours that has some fat in it.

    Don't be afraid to eat...the biggest reason for gains in P3 is not eating enough.
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    Medical Disclaimer: My statements are not intended to treat, diagnose or cure any medical condition.

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    When you are ready to transition to P3, stop taking your hcg, but continue the very low calorie diet for 72 hours (48 hours for homeopathic hcg). At the end of the 72 (or 48) hours, you can start eating normally except you cannot have sugar or starch. Phase 3 lasts for 3 weeks. Read the labels on all of your foods since food manufacturers put sugar and starch in just about everything.

    Here's part of the relevant information from Pounds & Inches:

    "Concluding a Course

    When the three days of dieting after the last injection are over, the patients are told that they may now eat anything they please, except sugar and starch provided they faithfully observe one simple rule. This rule is that they must have their own portable bathroom-scale always at hand, particularly while traveling. They must without fail weigh themselves every morning as they get out of bed, having first emptied their bladder. If they are in the habit of having breakfast in bed, they must weigh before breakfast.
    It takes about 3 weeks before the weight reached at the end of the treatment becomes stable, i.e. does not show violent fluctuations after an occasional excess. During this period patients must realize that the so-called carbohydrates, that is sugar, rice, bread, potatoes, pastries, etc, are by far the most dangerous. If no carbohydrates whatsoever are eaten, fats can be indulged in somewhat more liberally and even small quantities of alcohol, such as a glass of wine with meals, does no harm, but as soon as fats and starch are combined things are very liable to get out of hand. This has to be observed very carefully during the first 3 weeks after the treatment is ended otherwise disappointments are almost sure to occur."


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