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    How to Test Sensitivities?

    Hey guys,

    So I just did my P3 shopping today but I have a question about the testing of food sensitivities.

    Iíve seen a lot of recommendations to start off with heavy whipping cream in my coffee (fully plan on doing) however, does that mean I should hold off 3 days from testing out cottage cheese, sour cream, greek yogurts?

    If yes, what do yíall use as snacks?

    I was planning on the yogurt and cottage cheese to be one of them.

    Iím really committed to doing this the right way so any advice is so much appreciated!

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    If you are starting out with heavy cream, you can also consider yogurt and cottage cheese part of the dairy test.

    Snacks are not really recommended in P3. You want to eat a meal whenever you are hungry. Snacks tend to put off eating enough, which can be a big problem in P3. Eat enough to be satisfied, but not full, and do not delay eating when you are hungry.

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    As always, thank you Leez! Youíre really setting me up for success and I canít thank you enough!

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    I hope you can really enjoy your P3. One of the things P3 taught me was that I didn't have to be afraid to eat enough of whole, healthy foods. Your metabolism is revved up from the time on HCG, so you will burn your fuel so much more efficiently now. For me it was the first step in learning to eat like a normal person.
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    Thank you so much!

    Hate to ask so many questions but I have a tad bit of anxiety.

    Any advice/guidance/ recommendations on portion sizes? Cups, ounces and such?

    Just trying to make a rough plan on what I bring to work for foods etc.

    Thank you!!!

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    Really, you just need to key into your hunger and satisfaction signals. Portions will be different from person to person. Bring more than you think you will need and stop eating when you are satisfied (not full). Eat normal sized portions of protein (about 4 oz. more or less) but add lots of good fats to your proteins and veggies to get your calories up to normal levels for your age/weight/height/activity level. Eat some fruit. Most people can handle 2-5 portions of fruit a day. Its fine to continue with 2 fruits a day if you don't want to try to push that boundary.

    You will get into trouble if you try to go by someones suggested portions or macros. The goal is to learn to trust your body's signals and respond to them. No formula is going to help you with that. If there was a formula that worked, everyone would be using it and there wouldn't even be a question.

    Don't graze. Digestion and metabolism work best when there are 3-4 hours between meals. But if you are hungry before that time, eat a meal. Don't try to use a snack to get you through to "meal time".
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    Amazing advice! Thank you so much for being so supportive and responsive! Last injection is in 48 hours, Iím just getting all questions out of the way before then.

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    Leez, when it comes to testing food sensitivity do you recommend eating one the first day and then going two days without it to see if there is a gain?

    Or do you eat one for 3 days and see if there is any gain?

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    For each food you want to test, you eat it for three days. If you have a big gain after the first or second day, you stop testing that food, do your correction if needed then wait a couple days for the inflammation to clear to test something else. But there is no rule that says you have to test anything. Its purely up to you.

    Personally, I've found that it makes P3 a lot more peaceful if I don't test. I start with cream in my coffee but then avoid anything else I think might be a problem for 21 days, then test later.
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