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Thread: My Vegan P3 Experience

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    I am 80/vegan raw,and needed to hear you and your weight stationed on p 3..I want to follow you!how are you doing now?

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    Hi Rochelle! I stabilized at 154 so lost 14 pounds total. My body really seems to like to stick between 150 and 155, so while I'd LOVE to be closer to my "perfect weight" of 145, I was pretty happy with the results.
    However, over the past year, my weight crept back up to 162. This is completely due to my poor handling of major life events, and I am back for another 30 day round- this time 100% vegan.
    I'd love to hear how you did with your vegan round!
    I plan to post my progress start to finish since I am going pretty rogue, and don't want to only drink protein shakes the entire time. I've been vegan for 11 years (aside from my 2019 hcg seafood meals), and I absolutely want to do this without animal products this time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chawna View Post
    Anyway, i do plan to switch over to fully vegan in p3 in the next few days. Ill post if it works in case anyone wants to know about starting hcg eating pescatarian and moving into p3 plant based.
    I'm interested in how you did if you happen to see this post from 2 years ago. I want to do Whole foods plant based but low fat for P3.. Would be nice to hear how others did.

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    Low fat P3 is kind of a contradiction. Part of P3 / P4 protocol is restoring healthy fats, after living on your body's fat store for a month or more. It's also very difficult to keep your Omega 3 and Omega 6 essential fats in balance on a plant-based diet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gz9gjg View Post
    Low fat P3 is kind of a contradiction. Part of P3 / P4 protocol is restoring healthy fats, after living on your body's fat store for a month or more. It's also very difficult to keep your Omega 3 and Omega 6 essential fats in balance on a plant-based diet.
    I would definitely have my vegan Omega 3's from Algae. And normally, I use whole foods for fats. Like a small amount of walnuts, avocado, seeds, Olives... Thank you

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    Kerry, it s the small amounts of fat that would be the problem in P3. Fats should be eaten liberally in P3. Its starch and sugar you want to avoid during that time. The whole low-fat thing is a diet concept that should not be applied to the HCG protocol during the 21 days of P3.

    You are going through all the effort to do the protocol correctly up to this point, and to get the best possible results, its best to follow the whole program. You can go low fat on day 22 or start any other regimen that seems right to you. At that time, the mechanisms of the HCG are no longer in play, and you've gotten the best chance possible for a lower weight set point.
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    Kerry, it's not so much a question of the sources of your fats, but the balance between Omega 3 and Omega 6 fats, which should be 1:1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leez View Post
    Kerry, it s the small amounts of fat that would be the problem in P3. Fats should be eaten liberally in P3. Its starch and sugar you want to avoid during that time. The whole low-fat thing is a diet concept that should not be applied to the HCG protocol during the 21 days of P3.

    You are going through all the effort to do the protocol correctly up to this point, and to get the best possible results, its best to follow the whole program. You can go low fat on day 22 or start any other regimen that seems right to you. At that time, the mechanisms of the HCG are no longer in play, and you've gotten the best chance possible for a lower weight set point.
    Ok... I guess I still don't understand P3...haha I do want to stabilize and have it be effective.. I know so many don't stabilize and years ago I ate Low Carb and really struggled... I guess I don't know the "right" way!

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    Doing P3 right is just as important as doing P2 right. Maybe even more important, because its what sets you up to be able to maintain your losses.

    P3 is not low-carb eating. You will still be eating carbs via veggies and fruit---any fruit. It can be 2-5 servings a day. Start with 2 and if you crave more fruit, increase and see what works for your body. What you will not be eating are starches and added sugar. The sugar in fruit is fine, because it is mitigated by the fruits fiber. Always eat whole fruits in P3 for that reason. Use fat to get your calories up to normal levels more quickly. Fats calories are concentrated, so when your capacity is low, they help you up your calories without feeling stuffed by the same calorie quantity of lower calorie foods.

    Here are a couple of posts that may help you get more familiar with the way to eat during P3.

    How to have a successful P3:
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    Mine;
    https://hcgdietinfo.com/hcgdietforum...sful-p3-25199/

    Please ask questions about anything that doesn't make sense to you. The whole HCG protocol basically requires you to forget all the diet rules we've learned throughout our lives. It can be a wild ride, but its proven to work.
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    I'm one who in P3 notice bigger daily jumps if I have more fats in one day. I am able to eat more of a variety and quantity of foods if I just watch not having too much fat in one day. For example, if I have fatty meat(chicken, beef, lamb) and nuts or cheese, I'll jump 1-1.6 lb. But if I have those same fatty meats, even with added health fat (butter or oils) with low sugar fuit or a protein shake the same day, I may only gain .2 or sometimes nothing at all.

    I think Hcg may have made my body more "fat sensitive", so the KETO or Atkins Diets would dfinitely be a no-no for me.
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    Coco, I have been doing keto for several years now, and I don't notice big jumps. But, I'm also a former type 2 diabetic, so losses are always slow and I get lower losses per round than most people; I do a "hcg 2.0" regimen with higher protein and low carbs. So in P3, I'm only adding fats. I tend to ramp up the fats slowly, since I'm changing from fats from autophagy, to consumed fats, I want to give my gall bladder some time to get back into action. I have always done well in P3/P4.

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