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Thread: Weight Gain in P4 - Steak Day? High Protein Day?

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    I'm up a "almost" 2 lbs. (p4) and wonder if I should do something today to get the weight back down? If so, what would my best option be? This is my first round.

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    high protein always works for me (meat, cheese, eggs... no fruit or veggies for one day...see what the scale tells you

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    Super Chief-Ninja Moderator grammy1952's Avatar
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    Apr 2009
    5 rounds, down 78# and at goal
    You can try a high protein day or just not worry about it until it's over 2 pounds. High protein works best if you eliminate cheese and eggs. You can lose with them but you'll lose more without them.
    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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    Gnadenhutten, Ohio, United States
    Personally, I would give it another day or 2 to see if it corrects itself. (I don't want to keep doing steak/protein days if you don't really have to)

    My protein days seem to work well when I avoid the foods that have sodium in them. I've never done a actual steak day but I do think there's something to eating the steak. I had lean white meat for breakfast and lunch and a BIG sirloin steak for supper last night. I actually took a couple digestive enzymes because I was afraid it would never fully digest by morning! I was down .6 MORE than when I didn't eat a steak for supper!
    R1 starting weight 200.4lbs
    Current weight after R2 161lbs
    19.5 inches lost
    Currently in P4


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