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    Done with P2 Now onto P3 Little HELP PLEASE

    Today is my last injection and then tomorrow start P3 now I know for 48hrs I have to stay on VLCD and NO HCG! I am kinda confused on what I am able to eat yes I have ready book HCG books and section in here P3 but still dont really say what u can eat I I seen on sticky 20 grams carbs a day and 6 to 8oz protein... So I guess I should count carbs is there bad and good ones.... How do you know when you have stablized?

    Also I stopped tanning for P2 can I start back now or should I wait if so how long?

    Lotion etc ok now p3 or should I wait also?

    Would this be ok to eat
    BFAst 1 egg
    Lunch 6oz chicken, hamburger meat, something like that
    along salad

    Dinner repeat

    Snacks Apple, strawberries, grapefruit

    I have done so good in P2 I want my P3 to go well also.
    Any help you could give me I would be grateful..

    I will also be doing a 2nd round in July.

    ROund 1 P2 I lost total 42lbs on HCG Injections RX from Doctor.

    Best luck to all Holly

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    Everyone has to figure out for themselves what foods to eat. I tried to get my calories up as quick as possible to:

    my weight X11

    Others go slow.

    A good way to get the calories up is good fats like avocado, coconut oil, butter(real-no fake stuff), cocoa crack, fatty meats and also fatty fish like salmon.

    I jumped right in on the first day with eggs, bacon and sausage. Some advise not to add eggs that early but I took the chance and was ok with them. For lunch I ate p2 foods just more of them and cooked all my meats and veggies in coconut oil. I did not eat fruits for a few days though. Ate more cocoa crack. Dinner I did the same as lunch. Ate extra protein too. I basically ate the same for about 4-5 days adding more of food just not adding in new foods to see if I stabilized. Then I added in cheese. Very low quantity of cheese maybe .5 ounce. I found I had a sensitivity to cheese (gained 2 pounds overnight) so I dropped it and added it toward the end of p3 after lasering it. Did fine with raw cheese not so good with regular hard aged ones. So now I treat cheese as a condiment to use almost never. Next I added almonds very small amount(10)for 3 days. Did good with almonds. Added macadamias and was ok. I also tried heavy whipping cream in my coffee. Didn't care for it in my hot coffee but later(week 2 of p3) added it to my iced coffee and loved it. Also had full fat fage once in p3 and gained a little. Didn't really add any more new foods until p4 which is where I am now. Added flaxseed meal to make "bread" in p4 and am fine with it. I added pumpkin yesterday and jumped 1.4 but I also had mashed cauliflower with sour cream and so not sure which caused the jump. I will have more pumpkin today but nothing else new. Also I ate after 7 last night which I don't usually do but I was sooo hungry(like I wanted to gnaw on my arm, lol). Good Luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by holly042013 View Post
    Today is my last injection and then tomorrow start P3 now I know for 48hrs I have to stay on VLCD and NO HCG! I am kinda confused on what I am able to eat yes I have ready book HCG books and section in here P3 but still dont really say what u can eat I I seen on sticky 20 grams carbs a day and 6 to 8oz protein... So I guess I should count carbs is there bad and good ones.... How do you know when you have stablized?

    Also I stopped tanning for P2 can I start back now or should I wait if so how long?

    Lotion etc ok now p3 or should I wait also?

    Would this be ok to eat
    BFAst 1 egg
    Lunch 6oz chicken, hamburger meat, something like that
    along salad

    Dinner repeat

    Snacks Apple, strawberries, grapefruit

    I have done so good in P2 I want my P3 to go well also.
    Any help you could give me I would be grateful..

    I will also be doing a 2nd round in July.

    ROund 1 P2 I lost total 42lbs on HCG Injections RX from Doctor.

    Best luck to all Holly
    I thought it was 72 hours from your last injection that you counted till you started P3?

    Apples have too much sugar (as bananas, dates, mango, guava) but the other fruits are fine. I know apples are allowed in P2, but not in P3.

    Any starchy carb (grains, potatoes, rice, beans, pasta, squash, carrots) are a no-no for Phase 3. Those food, if you choose, can be slowly added back in on Phase 4.

    As is stated, fats and carbs make bad things happen when combined, so you have to eat the least starchy veggies that you can, and the lower sugar-content fruits.
    Coconut oil is superior for cooking and helping satiate appetite, as is pure, 100% real butter.

    http://hcgdietinfo.com/hcgdietblogs/...G+DIET+INFO%29

    Did you read this link for approved P3 food?:

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    If you are taking prescription injections, you must wait 72 hours after your last dose of hcg before starting P3.

    I do not recommend counting calories or carbs during P3. However, what you can eat varies from person to person. Stick to protein, fat and non-starchy vegetables. Avoid foods high in natural sugar such as sweeter fruits and milk. Read every single label on every single item you put in your mouth. Almost all processed foods contain sugar and starch; even lots of meats and dairy contain added sugar and starch when you are certain they don't...so read the labels.

    Your menu, without the fruit, looks fine for your first day of P3, but you'll need to eat a lot more after that. Often, people gain by eating too little food and too little fat.

    There are 3 categories of food that many people are sensitive to and that make them gain weight in P3. The first is eggs. The second is dairy (cheese, cream, sour cream, etc). The third is nuts (almonds, cashews, pecans, etc). Choose one of these categories to add the first day to see if they affect you negatively. Choose a second to add the 4th day. Choose a third to add the 7th day.

    So you might want to begin with 2 whole eggs cooked in butter, with sugar free sausage or bacon, and coffee or tea for breakfast, a good portion of meat with vegetables for lunch (maybe have a big salad full of lettuce, spinach, tomatoes, scallions, avocado, etc and topped with sliced chicken or taco spiced ground beef, or chunks of tuna or salmon, tossed in a vinaigrette made with olive oil and vinegar). Then for dinner, maybe a steak or baked chicken or fish, or some pot roast, or lamb served with a couple different kinds of non-starchy vegetables. Feel free to put some butter on the vegetables.

    If you don't gain on a menu like that after 2-3 days, you'll know that eggs are okay for you and you can add dairy next. Maybe put some heavy cream in your coffee or tea. Add some cheese to the eggs and make an omelet. Have a dairy based dressing on the salad like ranch or blue cheese. Sprinkle some parmesan on those vegetables. In 2-3 days, if you haven't gained more than 2 lbs, you'll know that dairy is okay for you, too.

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    Just want to make a comment that apples ARE allowed in P3. Any fruit is actually allowed. The protocol says to "watch" very sweet fruit so mostly I suggest watching things like banana, mango, dates. I eat apples all the time in P3 though.
    My expert Hcg Diet advice is based specifically on the original Simeons Protocol and over 10 years experience as a weight loss and nutrition coach. Grammy's personal protocol:Grammy's Hcg Diet Protocol
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    I am not a medical doctor and my statements are not intended to treat, diagnose or cure any medical condition. Please always check with your doctor for medical questions and assistance. Medical Disclaimer:

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    Quote Originally Posted by grammy1952 View Post
    Just want to make a comment that apples ARE allowed in P3. Any fruit is actually allowed. The protocol says to "watch" very sweet fruit so mostly I suggest watching things like banana, mango, dates. I eat apples all the time in P3 though.
    Thank-you for the correction grammy - for some reason I thought apples were a no-no in P3! As the younger generation says, 'my bad' lol

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    Some may find any fruit is too much for them but most of us can have some. I don't think it's a good idea to cut the carbs too low either. It can depress your thyroid.
    My expert Hcg Diet advice is based specifically on the original Simeons Protocol and over 10 years experience as a weight loss and nutrition coach. Grammy's personal protocol:Grammy's Hcg Diet Protocol
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    Confused p3 foods

    I am in p3 and I am so confused. I know I am not suppose to have any sugars or starch but even vegs have 1 thing sugar so what am I suppose to do..
    I am eating chicken, steak, fish, hamburger 6-8oz dinner lunch salad greens, try eggs fwew days
    strawberries and apples. But what else can I add in. Sorry to be bother but I want to make sure I do this right. Thanks in advance for your help
    Holly

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    It's added sugar you have to worry about. Not natural sugars in allowed foods.
    My expert Hcg Diet advice is based specifically on the original Simeons Protocol and over 10 years experience as a weight loss and nutrition coach. Grammy's personal protocol:Grammy's Hcg Diet Protocol
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    I am not a medical doctor and my statements are not intended to treat, diagnose or cure any medical condition. Please always check with your doctor for medical questions and assistance. Medical Disclaimer:

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    how do you tell difference in sugars


    Quote Originally Posted by grammy1952 View Post
    It's added sugar you have to worry about. Not natural sugars in allowed foods.

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    You look at the ingredients. Not the nutrition information but the actual list of ingredients.
    My expert Hcg Diet advice is based specifically on the original Simeons Protocol and over 10 years experience as a weight loss and nutrition coach. Grammy's personal protocol:Grammy's Hcg Diet Protocol
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    Heres a copy and paste that will help you find added sugars in food.

    What Are Added Sugars?
    Sugars are a type of carbohydrate sometimes called “simple carbohydrates”. Sugars occur naturally in many foods, especially fruits, but manufacturers also add sugars to most processed foods these days, because people seem to buy more sweet foods. The presence of these sugars often signals a higher glycemic index in the food.
    Sugar Has Many Disguises
    Careful reading of labels is necessary to know how much added sugar you are getting. Sometimes there will be small amounts of many types of sugars, so none of them end up being in the the first few ingredients of the label. Other times, sugar masquerades as apparently more “healthy” ingredients, such as honey, rice syrup, or even “organic dehydrated cane juice”. These are sugar. Sometimes fruit juice concentrates will be used, which sound wholesome, but usually the juices chosen, such as white grape, apple, and pear juices, are among the least nutritious of the juices. By the time they are “concentrated”, very little remains but the sugar.

    Here is a list of some of the possible code words for “sugar” which may appear on a label. Hint: the words “syrup”, “sweetener”, and anything ending in “ose” can usually be assumed to be “sugar”. If the label says “no added sugars”, it should not contain any of the following, although the food could contain naturally-occurring sugars (such as lactose in milk).

    Different Words that Mean Sugar:

    Agave Nectar
    Barley Malt Syrup
    Corn sweetener
    Corn syrup, or corn syrup solids
    Dehydrated Cane Juice
    Dextrin
    Dextrose
    Fructose
    Fruit juice concentrate
    Glucose
    High-fructose corn syrup
    Honey
    Invert sugar
    Lactose
    Maltodextrin
    Malt syrup
    Maltose
    Maple syrup
    Molasses
    Raw sugar
    Rice Syrup
    Saccharose
    Sorghum or sorghum syrup
    Sucrose
    Syrup
    Treacle
    Turbinado Sugar
    Xylose

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