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    Is there a way i can find out if mine is p2 friendly? It's gound coffee beans... (I feel really dumb right now. Today is day 1 of p2) Also, is there a daily limit of stevia that should be used?

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    Is New York Strip O.K. on P2? This is our own butchered meat and would be very lean but I wasnt sure if it would be approved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmarsh4 View Post
    Is New York Strip O.K. on P2? This is our own butchered meat and would be very lean but I wasnt sure if it would be approved.

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    Chris, NY strip isn't all that lean. Also, I wouldn't waste good beef on P2. Seriously. The portions are so small, it's impossible to cook beef rare enough to be worth it. Get some ordinary london broil and ultra lean ground beef for P2 and you'll be less likely to want to throw it across the room.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsmier View Post
    Is there a way i can find out if mine is p2 friendly? It's gound coffee beans... (I feel really dumb right now. Today is day 1 of p2) Also, is there a daily limit of stevia that should be used?
    You need to read the coffee package and check the ingredients. If it's just flavoring, you might be okay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carolina View Post
    Chris, NY strip isn't all that lean. Also, I wouldn't waste good beef on P2. Seriously. The portions are so small, it's impossible to cook beef rare enough to be worth it. Get some ordinary london broil and ultra lean ground beef for P2 and you'll be less likely to want to throw it across the room.

    Save the good meat for P3.
    Thank you great idea to save the good stuff till P3!!




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    Quote Originally Posted by Beth_M View Post
    Here is a list of the quantity and calories of each of the Very Low Calorie Diet (VLCD) foods.

    From www.nutritiondata.com – USDA nutrition data base ~ all foods measured & weighed RAW

    FRUIT: one fruit per meal; do not mix
    Apple: medium = 95
    Grapefruit: ½ = 44
    Orange: large = 86
    Strawberries: 10 medium: = 40

    STARCH:
    Melba Toast: 1 = 20
    Melba Snack: 2 = 24
    Grissini Breadstick: 1 = 20

    MEAT: 100 grams - 3 ½ ounces; all visible fat removed; weighed raw; cook with no oil or fat:
    Chicken Breast: = 110
    Ground Beef: 95% lean = 137
    Steak: (round/sirloin tip) = 142
    Crab: = 84
    Halibut: 110
    Cod = 110
    Flounder: 91
    Tilapia: 96
    Lobster: = 90
    Shrimp: = 106
    Veal: = 112

    VEGETABLES: measured raw; one vegetable per meal; do not mix; ADJUST the serving sizes to fit your 500 calories per day!
    Asparagus: 10 medium spears = 30
    Beet-Greens: 3 cups = 24
    Cabbage: 1 cup = 22
    Celery: 2 cups = 32
    Chard: 3 cups = 21
    Cucumber: 1 medium = 45
    Fennel: 1 cup = 27
    Lettuce: 3 cups green = 15
    Onion: ½ cup = 32
    Red Radishes: 1 cup sliced = 19
    Spinach: 3 cups = 21
    Tomatoes: 1 medium = 22 1 cup = 27

    MILK: 1 Tablespoon whole milk = 9 calories
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carol-Marie View Post
    Oh my!!! I JUST found this; AWESOME!!!!! I am so glad you posted this!! Don't "know" you but please know I am really thankful for this!!! :-))))
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    Beth's Great List, with P3 addition to point towards. Additions are by no means comprehensive, and I didn't add any calories because P3 is not a "fixed" number. You need to monitor your body and see where it takes you.

    FRUIT: one fruit per meal; do not mix
    Apple: medium = 95
    Grapefruit: ½ = 44
    Orange: large = 86
    Strawberries: 10 medium: = 40


    STARCH:
    Melba Toast: 1 = 20
    Melba Snack: 2 = 24
    Grissini Breadstick: 1 = 20

    MEAT: 100 grams - 3 ½ ounces; all visible fat removed; weighed raw; cook with no oil or fat:
    Chicken Breast: = 110
    Ground Beef: 95% lean = 137
    Steak: (round/sirloin tip) = 142
    Crab: = 84
    Halibut: 110
    Cod = 110
    Flounder: 91
    Tilapia: 96
    Lobster: = 90
    Shrimp: = 106
    Veal: = 112
    >P3 Additions: Egg, Pork, Bacon, Sausage, fattier Beef Steaks, All Poultry and Seafood. Be careful of hidden sugars and starches in processed foods.

    VEGETABLES: measured raw; one vegetable per meal; do not mix; ADJUST the serving sizes to fit your 500 calories per day!
    Asparagus: 10 medium spears = 30
    Beet-Greens: 3 cups = 24
    Cabbage: 1 cup = 22
    Celery: 2 cups = 32
    Chard: 3 cups = 21
    Cucumber: 1 medium = 45
    Fennel: 1 cup = 27
    Lettuce: 3 cups green = 15
    Onion: ½ cup = 32
    Red Radishes: 1 cup sliced = 19
    Spinach: 3 cups = 21
    Tomatoes: 1 medium = 22 1 cup = 27
    >P3 Additions: All vegetables can be added back, and mixed, except no starchy ones like squash, corn, legumes such as beans or peas.

    MILK: 1 Tablespoon whole milk = 9 calories

    >P3 Additions:
    FATS: Avocado, Cream, Half N Half, Olive oil, Coconut oil, Butter, Cheese, Nuts
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    I was just informed today about Trim HCG the drop and want to first make sure that is what you guys are talking about.

    Secondly, I have read stuff about Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3. I am a tad confused as I didn't know there were different phases and what you can and can not eat during each phase. I thought the approved meal list was for the time you are on Trim HCG (either the 18 days + 2 Load Days or 36 Days + 2 Load Days). Am I missing something?

    Lastly, I am on Birth Control, NORQD, and want to make sure that isn't going to affect be being on Trim HCG?

    Thank you in advance!

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    Thanks for the list! =)




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    Quote Originally Posted by LisaAPB View Post
    Beth's Great List, with P3 addition to point towards. Additions are by no means comprehensive, and I didn't add any calories because P3 is not a "fixed" number. You need to monitor your body and see where it takes you.

    [I]>P3 Additions: All vegetables can be added back, and mixed, except no starchy ones like squash, corn, legumes such as beans or peas.
    are sweet potatoes P3?? what about reg. potatoes? I consider these starchy...yes?
    Tina





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    Beth,

    I've heard that the Melba toast is not good for the weight loss, but I'm REALLY craving some sort of bread. Can you tell me your thoughts on this?




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