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    Talking The Ultimate P3 Correction Day: I Lost 2.6 lbs on a Chicken Thigh Day!!!!!!!!!!

    Holy good goodness Lord Almighty. I lost EXACTLY WHAT I NEEDED TO BE BACK AT MY LIW ON MY CORRECTION DAY YESTERDAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I'm in Phase 3, and did a "chicken thigh day" for correcting an overage. After researching several different types of correction days, I decided upon the chicken thigh day due to the people who posted results (they didn't lose well with steak days, but did great on chicken thigh days). So....I followed their example! So, how much did I lose? Why, a WHOPPING 2.6 pounds in one day! I could actually "feel" my body releasing fat....it felt like my body was slightly humming along, very relaxed!! Amazing. Very happy! MUCH better than losing a measly .8 lbs on a steak day!

    Here's what I would recommend:
    **Due to everyone's thyroid already being in a sensitive/delicate state after coming out of P2, and the inherent blood sugar/starvation mode sensitivities of many folks in P3, I personally do not recommend waiting until lunch to start eating the thighs. The longer you wait to eat on a correction day, the longer your body is put into starvation mode, and the harder it will be to recover from it successfully the next day (and the harder it will be to keep the loss and stabilize in P3!).

    So, instead of starting at lunch, I recommend the following:

    +BREAKFAST: Starting at Breakfast, eat just one and a half (1.5) thighs, including the skin, the more greasy the better...I'd eat this at 7:30 AM; with two 16.6 ounce glasses of water -- one before I start eating, one after, both glasses with a lemon wedge inside it

    +SECOND BREAKFAST: Drink your "large cup of coffee" sometime between Breakfast and Lunch; I use a large mug that has 3 cups of normal-sized cups of coffee as its capacity, and I fill it up!

    +LUNCH: Eat two (2) thighs at Lunch, including the skin, the more greasy the better...I'd eat this at 11:30 AM; with two 16.6 ounce glasses of water -- one before I start eating, one after, both glasses with a lemon wedge inside it

    +ONE MORE GLASS: Drink one 16.6 ounce glass of water, lemon optional, between meals -- doesn't matter which meals it's in-between, could be anytime throughout the day

    +AFTERNOON SNACK: Eat two (2) thighs at Afternoon Snack, including the skin, the more greasy the better...I'd eat this at 3:30 PM; with two 16.6 ounce glasses of water -- one before I start eating, one after, both glasses with a lemon wedge inside it

    +SECOND SNACK: Drink your second "large cup of coffee" sometime between Afternoon Snack and Dinner -- as long as you're drinking 3 cups of coffee (large mug optional, of course!) sometime throughout the afternoon, in addition to your morning one, that's great

    +DINNER: Then finally, eat one and a half (1.5) thighs at Dinner, including the skin, the more greasy the better (and eat dinner no later than 7 PM)...I'd eat this at 6:30 PM; with two 16.6 ounce glasses of water -- one before I start eating, one after/during, both glasses with a lemon wedge inside it; drink your last glass of water before 7 PM as well

    +Note: I cut my lemon up into 8 slices now, to help me remember how many glasses of water to drink, and also to make sure each glass of water is tasty! NO liquids of any kind should be consumed after 7 PM. If you're not drinking water as you needed to throughout the day, this rule may be adjusted; try to drink as close to the 9 glasses of approximately 16.6 ounces each before 8:30 PM at the very latest. It takes, at least for me, approximately 10 hours for all the liquids you drank (water included) to clear your system, and give you an accurate read on the scale in the morning. So add 10 hours to the last time you took a sip of anything, and you'll see when your read will be 100% accurate for the next morning (after you've peed that morning, of course!). This is why the cut-off period for liquids is 7 PM; it can show as less of a loss the next day, due to water still being in your system, if you drink late. BUT, the more negative consequence for not drinking enough glasses of water is a gain, so keep this all in mind as you drink water later than usual, if you ever do. Water drank late is better (even if your loss would show low, because it's not a true measure) than not enough water drank at all (which could lead to a true gain).

    Also: Do NOT DRINK OVER this amount of water. It works out to be a teensy bit more than a gallon in water, and it's spread out over the period of the whole day, which is healthier than drinking a lot of water at once (and nobody should drink all this water at once, or even half this amount at once, by the way). If you drink more than this alotted amount, you risk unbalancing your cells and possibly having serious health implications. So no more water than this, ok? Don't let that frighten you into not drinking enough water; the amount of water I drank and listed here should be fine for everyone. It gets truly scary when someone drinks close to 2 gallons in a day; this amount I listed, when drank over the course of the day as I mentioned, is safe.

    IMPORTANT: "EASING" BACK IN AFTERWARDS
    And, one other thing: after this, or any other correction day, I recommend "easing" back into normal eating through a no-carb/low-carb strategy, gently and gradually increasing the amount of carbs and calories you consume over a period of time. Again, this is done starting the very next day after your CTD -- or any correction day (CD), for that matter. There's also a need for your body to consume less calories and so forth after a correction day, because, in my experience, piling on the calories and going back to how you ate before the correction day may be too much too soon; a CD puts your body in a state of stress, even if you're eating chicken thighs starting at breakfast; it's a shock to your system regardless, which is the case with any correction day. I outline how to do this post-correction day strategy, and how to calculate a modified calorie count for your post-correction days later on in this thread. It's outlined in later posts.


    Just for reference, this is how I actually did my Chicken Thigh Day:

    -Just water (plain, no lemon) until Lunch; had no caffeine until then

    -Starting at Lunch, which was 11:45 AM for me, I ate 2 baked chicken thighs, including the skin

    -Then, at 3:30 PM, which is 3 hours and 45 minutes later, I ate 2 and a half chicken thighs, including the skin

    -Next, at 7:15 PM, which is also 3 hours and 45 minutes later, I ate the remaining 2 and a half chicken thighs, including the skin

    -And, I drank the Millstone Hazelnut coffee and the lemon water as mentioned above

    -I drank Millstone Hazelnut Cream coffee, in a large coffee cup (approximate 3 and a half cups in one large coffee cup), with 2 packets of Truvia brand stevia

    -I also drank one large 16.6 ounce cup of hot tea, Earl Grey tea, by Bigelow (they have individually wrapped packets of tea to retain freshness)...used two tea bags for that one cup of tea

    -I drank 149.4 (9 cups of 16.6 ounces each) ounces of water; that's about a gallon of water (but don't drink anymore water than this!). Out of those 9 cups, 5 of them had a wedge of lemon in them....I cut up one lemon into 6 wedges, and 5 got used yesterday; Simeons allows us to have the juice of one lemon, and I squeeze them into my water and leave each wedge in there while I drank that glass of water


    COOKING
    It took me almost 1 hour and 20 minutes to cook 7 chicken thighs at 425 degrees. The key to making sure it does not stick is to place it on aluminum foil (not cover it in foil, but just place the chicken thighs on top of the foil; pan or no pan below the foil, doesn't matter), then "wiggle" the thighs during the first 15 minutes, and occasionally thereafter. You could flip them back and forth throughout the baking time, but for some folks, flipping increases the chance of foil sticking. So just make sure you check on them occasionally, and wiggle them when you do. Note: if you forget how long it was exactly since you started cooking them, wait to make sure the skin is brown/golden brown, and crispy on top. That's the ultimate indicator of doneness. Then, leave all thighs uncovered in the fridge. If you cover them, condensation begins to gather, and it makes the skin floppy, and doesn't make eating them all that yummy. The grease/fat in the skin and meat will prevent it from drying out, so don't worry that if you leave it uncovered it will dry out; it won't. You're not going to leave them in the fridge for more than a couple of hours anyhow, because you'll eat them before the end of the day.

    NO BUTTER, NO OIL, NO SPRAY USED IN COOKING
    There was no butter, no oil, and no non-stick cooking spray used on the chicken thighs; all I used was a dash of salt on each, on the skin, mid-way through cooking the chicken thighs. In fact, I would never use dairy on my food because of my lactose intolerance. Just stuck them on tin foil that covered a roasting pan; again, I'll mention that there was no non-stick spray, no oil over the aluminum foil. Many sprays have silicone in them, or soy, or other nasties, and I choose to never use non-stick spray as a rule anyhow. The grease from the chicken thighs was enough to keep it from sticking. Just watch the thighs, as they first start cooking (during, say, the first 15 minutes) as chicken grease starts forming; when that happens, "wiggle" them around on the sheet, enough so there's grease under each of the thighs, so each thigh doesn't bond with the aluminum foil and start sticking. Then, check on the thighs occasionally throughout cooking, and wiggle them a little bit each time. You'll need kitchen thongs to do this. Kitchen thongs are indispensable, so grab a pair from the store if you don't have some already!

    This was an amazing solution for me; I hope it's as amazing for other folks too! This is R2 for me; I only lost .8 lbs on a Steak Day. Then gained that amount back, plus another .8 lbs, the very next day! And that's what happened for me in R1 when I did a Steak Day too. So I knew a Steak Day was a bad idea for me.

    If your body didn't respond well to a Steak Day, a Chicken Thigh Day may be what your body finally responds to! I'm also lactose intolerant, so a Full Fat ***e day would likely not work; it'd possibly cause an inflammatory response for me.

    If anyone has any questions, feel free to post them here!
    Looking for info on the famed "Chicken Thigh Day" (CTD)? Here it is: http://hcgdietinfo.com/hcgdietforums/entry.php?b=16708

    Wondering how you can hold your loss after the Chicken Thigh Day, or any correction day? Try the "Post-Correction Day Strategy" (PCDS): http://hcgdietinfo.com/hcgdietforums/entry.php?b=16711

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    Where did you get the info about the different types of correction days? I only knew about steak day, but when I had a correction day I really wasn't feeling like steak so I just had Shrimp instead, assuming the point was the protein. I lost all the weight I had to lose (2+ pounds, but I am sure a lot of that was water because it was in the middle of a heat wave & after working out quite intensely), but it felt wrong not to eat all day, after all I am practicing to let hunger guide my food intake.

    Cheers from Zurich and congrats on the success!

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    Thanks, KaltesKlaresWasser!

    I googled the heck out of keywords such as "correction day," "alternative," "Steak Day," "Not Working," "help!," "what do I do," "this worked," and so on. I looked first for people who had a similar experience like me (steak day only gave me a .8 lb release, then immediately gained that back plus .8 more the very next day)....and saw that one thing that seemed to work as an alternative correction day was the Chicken Thigh Day. One person had success on a protein shake day, but that had dairy, so I tossed that idea out (I'm lactose intolerant). I found these experiences on various hCG sites and dieting forums. Not just here! I love google.

    I'm a researching fool -- ask anyone who knows me -- and I just can't help myself when it comes to knowing something. I am by nature a Doubting Thomas....even researched the hCG protocol for almost 2 years before I took the leap, because I needed to discover (and feel confident in the end) if hCG was safe, effective, and worth my time and hope. And it is, of course!

    There was little info on how the Chicken Thigh Day was done; people just reported eating the 7 thighs with the skin on. The person who lost the most lost 1.8 lbs....I NEVER expected to lose 2.6 lbs!!! SO VERY THRILLED!!

    So, the info above is my interpretation of what I discovered. It's my approach, and mine alone, due to not being given any other information from what I read in the various forums; all I saw was "ate 7 thighs spread out over the day, with the skin on, with plenty of water and caffeine." Other people may have started eating it at breakfast, or had different amounts at different periods throughout the day; dunno. Nobody was as specific as me when listing how they did it.

    They just gave generalities; nobody gave specific details on "how"....so my detailed instructions (above) are entirely due to my interpretation of what a Chicken Thigh Day should break down as. They're from my experience. So...know that I have the most information on the Chicken Thigh Day than anyone else out there. I also believe I lost the most amount of weight on a Chicken Thigh Day (that's posted on a forum), from what I've been able to find.
    Looking for info on the famed "Chicken Thigh Day" (CTD)? Here it is: http://hcgdietinfo.com/hcgdietforums/entry.php?b=16708

    Wondering how you can hold your loss after the Chicken Thigh Day, or any correction day? Try the "Post-Correction Day Strategy" (PCDS): http://hcgdietinfo.com/hcgdietforums/entry.php?b=16711

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    Never heard of the chicken thigh day.. but it sounds interesting!! Will try it next time. thanks!

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    You're welcome, melaniet!

    Quote Originally Posted by melaniet View Post
    Never heard of the chicken thigh day.. but it sounds interesting!! Will try it next time. thanks!
    Looking for info on the famed "Chicken Thigh Day" (CTD)? Here it is: http://hcgdietinfo.com/hcgdietforums/entry.php?b=16708

    Wondering how you can hold your loss after the Chicken Thigh Day, or any correction day? Try the "Post-Correction Day Strategy" (PCDS): http://hcgdietinfo.com/hcgdietforums/entry.php?b=16711

    I'm using "MyNetDiary Pro"...I highly recommend it. Huge, ACCURATE Food Database! It's at http://www.mynetdiary.com

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    I just did a Steak Day yesterday, and woke up to a GAIN.

    I am definitely trying this Saturday for my next CD, thanks!

    ~So is BulletProof Coffee not allowed on this type of CD? (It's made with unsalted butter).
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    Oh no! That's horrible. So sorry to hear that!

    As for the coffee, I personally wouldn't drink it. The less dairy in anything, the better off anyone's body will be. That's because most people are in a constant state of inflammation and don't know it. And inflammatory responses are behind weight gain and the disruption of many other body processes.

    The thing about lactose intolerance is....the majority of humanity has lactose intolerance, but doesn't know it. That's because we don't carry the gene (as a rule) that breaks down lactose. If you want to know if you are lactose intolerant, go at least 4 weeks (1 month) without eating anything with any kind of dairy product in it. Then, re-introduce dairy and see what your body does.

    I had no idea I was lactose intolerant until I took a theater class in college. The instructor was very well-versed in holistic health principles, and stated, "I don't want anyone getting sick before our performance in 6 weeks. So, no dairy for any of you; it can impair your immune response. Take it out of your diets for a month, and you'll see what I mean. You'll feel better without it."

    So I took her challenge. Took dairy out of my diet, and noticed....that for the first time since I could remember, after eating I didn't feel "pressure," or a sense that my body was working really hard to digest my food. I didn't really understand the change completely, until I re-introduced it, and....oh dear Lord. I felt as though I had the flu!

    I'm linking to an article that speaks a little more to lactose intolerance. Which states that lactose intolerance actually is normal. That's because an estimated 60-75% of the world's population is lactose intolerant. Why is this the case? Because to tolerate dairy past the stage of being a baby, well...that baby would have to have a genetic mutation to digest dairy. The norm is to not be able to digest dairy as an adult. And so, a new term is being developed for those folks with the ability to digest dairy past babyhood: lactase persistence (yes, lactase, not lactose...because you need lactase, the enzyme needed to digest lactose, present in your system to not be lactose intolerant). Confused yet?

    A quote from the article I just mentioned that references this, in USA Today:
    "If you're American or European it's hard to realize this, but being able to digest milk as an adult is one weird genetic adaptation.

    It's not normal. Somewhat less than 40% of people in the world retain the ability to digest lactose after childhood. The numbers are often given as close to 0% of Native Americans, 5% of Asians, 25% of African and Caribbean peoples, 50% of Mediterranean peoples and 90% of northern Europeans. Sweden has one of the world's highest percentages of lactose tolerant people."

    Keep in mind that those numbers are only the people who CAN digest dairy. Not the ones that can't.

    Article here:
    http://www.usatoday.com/tech/science...olerance_N.htm

    Scientific paper on lactase persistence, referenced in the article at USA Today I just linked to:
    http://www.nature.com/ejhg/journal/v.../5201297a.html

    So, use butter if you wish. If you have Northern European ancestry, you'll likely have the genetic mutation you need to digest dairy without issue.

    I didn't use dairy at all, and I had a fantastic loss. I can't guarantee that same loss if you use dairy. In fact, you may be in a perpetual state of inflammation already, and cutting out dairy may help your losses. Can't really say.

    Good luck! Let us know how your next correction day goes, if you use the Chicken Thigh Day. I did mine two days after my Steak Day tanked.

    Quote Originally Posted by jesseca_lynn View Post
    I just did a Steak Day yesterday, and woke up to a GAIN.

    I am definitely trying this Saturday for my next CD, thanks!

    ~So is BulletProof Coffee not allowed on this type of CD? (It's made with unsalted butter).
    Looking for info on the famed "Chicken Thigh Day" (CTD)? Here it is: http://hcgdietinfo.com/hcgdietforums/entry.php?b=16708

    Wondering how you can hold your loss after the Chicken Thigh Day, or any correction day? Try the "Post-Correction Day Strategy" (PCDS): http://hcgdietinfo.com/hcgdietforums/entry.php?b=16711

    I'm using "MyNetDiary Pro"...I highly recommend it. Huge, ACCURATE Food Database! It's at http://www.mynetdiary.com

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    AW: The Ultimate P3 Correction Day: I Lost 2.6 lbs on a Chicken Thigh Day!!!!!!!!!!

    Congrats on ur success... that's a lot of chicken thighs though... but I do happen to love them.
    Thanx for posting. I do hope that I don't need anymore cd but might still try it to get closer to LIW.

    Btw, butter doesn't contain lactose. It only causes problems if u r supersensitive to casein. In which case u can switch to ghee.

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    The Ultimate P3 Correction Day: I Lost 2.6 lbs on a Chicken Thigh Day!!!!!!!!!!

    Nice idea. I will definitely try this one next time.
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    That is AWESOME to know, Pensee! I'm very happy knowing this. As far as casein goes....I've never considered I'd have a sensitivity to casein, but I'll definitely consider that as a possibility. I don't doubt I have the potential for lactose intolerance and casein sensitivity; that could be the case. Definitely know the lactose is an issue for now. Still getting to know my own body's sensitivities.

    Quote Originally Posted by Pensee View Post
    Congrats on ur success... that's a lot of chicken thighs though... but I do happen to love them.
    Thanx for posting. I do hope that I don't need anymore cd but might still try it to get closer to LIW.

    Btw, butter doesn't contain lactose. It only causes problems if u r supersensitive to casein. In which case u can switch to ghee.

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    Looking for info on the famed "Chicken Thigh Day" (CTD)? Here it is: http://hcgdietinfo.com/hcgdietforums/entry.php?b=16708

    Wondering how you can hold your loss after the Chicken Thigh Day, or any correction day? Try the "Post-Correction Day Strategy" (PCDS): http://hcgdietinfo.com/hcgdietforums/entry.php?b=16711

    I'm using "MyNetDiary Pro"...I highly recommend it. Huge, ACCURATE Food Database! It's at http://www.mynetdiary.com

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    AW: The Ultimate P3 Correction Day: I Lost 2.6 lbs on a Chicken Thigh Day!!!!!!!!!!

    Yep. We r all learning a lot abt our bodies.
    Read something interesting abt casein sensitivity yesterday though. Interestingly it's one of the most common cross reactivities with gluten. So if u r gluten sensitive, this can cause u to b casein sensitive as well. But in this case, when u stop having gluten long enough & ur gut starts healing, u might also lose the casein sensitivity. And a lot of people who e sensitive to casein in pasteurized dairy seem to b fine with raw milk products.
    Full fat cheese (swiss, gouda, etc.) is also free of lactose by the way.

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    WOW! No lactose at all for gouda or swiss cheese??? That's AMAZING! I'm exceptionally impressed. Perhaps I can indulge my addiction to dairy/cheese through re-introducing swiss or gouda. As long as it is free of rGBH, steroids, and antibiotics, I'll feel comfortable eating it. There's also a theory floating around that these things I mention I'd like my dairy to be free of can also cause a lot of the symptoms of lactose intolerance, due to them not being recognized by the body; they're "junk" that the body doesn't know what to do with, so it believes there's a reason to start an inflammatory response (because if it doesn't recognize something, that something is believed by the body to be a pathogen).

    Great info, Pensee! Thanks for posting this.

    Quote Originally Posted by Pensee View Post
    Yep. We r all learning a lot abt our bodies.
    Read something interesting abt casein sensitivity yesterday though. Interestingly it's one of the most common cross reactivities with gluten. So if u r gluten sensitive, this can cause u to b casein sensitive as well. But in this case, when u stop having gluten long enough & ur gut starts healing, u might also lose the casein sensitivity. And a lot of people who e sensitive to casein in pasteurized dairy seem to b fine with raw milk products.
    Full fat cheese (swiss, gouda, etc.) is also free of lactose by the way.

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    Wondering how you can hold your loss after the Chicken Thigh Day, or any correction day? Try the "Post-Correction Day Strategy" (PCDS): http://hcgdietinfo.com/hcgdietforums/entry.php?b=16711

    I'm using "MyNetDiary Pro"...I highly recommend it. Huge, ACCURATE Food Database! It's at http://www.mynetdiary.com

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