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    Hcg 2.0 411 Information

    There has been a lot of interest lately in HCG 2.0 Hcg diet program by Dr. Zach LaBoube. This is a place to talk about it, ask Hcg 2.0 questions, learn, and share your Hcg 2.0 Journey. Welcome!

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    Yea!!.....I have got to find this Hcg 2.0 book...free if possible!

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    It's something like $5 kindle, or borrow for free if prime. I haven't checked the library, but mine never has current diet books. I haven't checked for Hcg 2.0 yet though.

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    prime like in amazon? because I am on my son's prime account...I am gonna check that out!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Janeen View Post
    It's something like $5 kindle, or borrow for free if prime. I haven't checked the library, but mine never has current diet books.

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    YES! I can! my son is going to help me figure it out! Thanks soooo much Janeen! Hcg 2.0 here I come!

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    I just got it downloaded and have barely started reading it, but I'm pretty excited. You know how all of us are always wishing someone would follow up on Simeons's manuscript? It appears someone has!

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    Thanks Janeen!

    I read and read and read over Dr. Zach's information, as well as reviews of his program; while I'm still on the fence about a few things Dr. Zach has to say (i.e., his high praise of raspberry ketones and garcinia cambogia, both of which I've never been able to see a discernible difference taking or not taking), I was very "On board" with his low carb, higher protein protocol.

    Since I eat 98% Paleo most of the time, and have seen significant health benefits (for myself AND Hubby!), eating more carbs than protein that you do on Original Protocol seemed to partially defeat the purpose of P2 & hcg. ALL carbs turn to sugar (glucose) in the bloodstream, why do we want to provide the body w/a constant stream of "sugar" while a limited amount of protein (and ZERO FAT) to work with?

    I for one have had major stalls lasting 7 to 10 days in a 30 day round (extremely frustrating) staying in Original Protocol. This round, with HCG 2.0, PLUS dropping my carbs down to under 20 (which is 10 below the 30 Dr. Zach recommends), has resulted in no stalls (so far) but rather little drops in weight every day.

    Not saying this is right or perfect for everyone. It just made more sense to me and - so far - it is working better for me as well.
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    I totally get that. And I am very paleo, too. The lower carb, higher protein makes sense to me, too. The OP level of carbs (around 60 g?) is about what I aim for in P4!

    I have increased protein and decreased carbs the last 3 days. Still in my 13!!! Day stall, but feeling better. Really, with a 13 day stall and counting, I feel like I really don't have much to lose by trying it. I'm having a tuna salad for lunch.

    I haven't been able to figure out my BMR and protein calories yet. I've gone to the website and put my info in twice, but no results. . Maybe a mobile problem? I found the calculation in the book, but it is really hard to see on the kindle. I'll try playing with it again later. If I increase the font, it might be ok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Janeen View Post
    I totally get that. And I am very paleo, too. The lower carb, higher protein makes sense to me, too. The OP level of carbs (around 60 g?) is about what I aim for in P4!

    I have increased protein and decreased carbs the last 3 days. Still in my 13!!! Day stall, but feeling better. Really, with a 13 day stall and counting, I feel like I really don't have much to lose by trying it. I'm having a tuna salad for lunch.

    I haven't been able to figure out my BMR and protein calories yet. I've gone to the website and put my info in twice, but no results. . Maybe a mobile problem? I found the calculation in the book, but it is really hard to see on the kindle. I'll try playing with it again later. If I increase the font, it might be ok.
    13 days is a doozy, for sure. Don't you want to scream, "How is this physically possible?"

    According to all the STANDARD crap Docs will tell you, "calories in/calories out" is the way the body works - but no way a grown woman caring for children and a home, can only take in 500 cal for 13 days, and lose NOTHING. You should have lost a minimum of 2 or 3 pounds just from the decrease in calories alone.

    I did far too many starvation diets in my early years (Shoot, what was that called, ummm, Physicians Weight Loss, or something like that), where I was kept on 800 cals for MONTHS, and barely would eek out a few pounds, while literally starving - I was playing daily tennis and racquetball 3 times a week, so even tho' Doc wouldn't believe it, I was churning out 3,000 cals a day, easy. Edit that - I forgot I was in college down in Corpus Christi & SWIMMING every day as well; lived on campus so I walked everywhere, so I was probably doing closer to 4500/5000 cals a day.

    Calories in/Calories Out my ***. So very sad many Docs, as well as "expert" body trainers still believe this & continue to preach it.

    Sorry, rant over . . . . for now!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Janeen View Post
    ... Still in my 13!!! Day stall, but feeling better. Really, with a 13 day stall and counting, I feel like I really don't have much to lose by trying it.
    Good Lord! I had two 6-day stalls in Rd 1 and I had a hard time keeping my head in the game. I did end up sticking with it for a 40-day round and when all was accounted for, I had lost the average 0.5 lbs per day. I'm still pissy about having to add in 5 lbs worth of load into the equation to get that average though. For some reason, it just doesn't make sense that others have these consistent losses and 1-2+ lb swooshes that I didn't experience. I'm still questioning what is going on in my body that is preventing me from seeing the kind of losses others are experiencing. Is it hormonal? Are there food sensitivities that arise during the round that I'm not catching? WHAT IS IT?

    I do not know anything about this newer version HCG 2.0 protocol so I will interested in learning about more. At this point, I'm too much of a scaredy-cat to go over protocol, but I sure appreciate others taking the leap. And I still don't get the whole low carb thang while in P2...how much lower can one get? I believe yesterday my net carbs was 30. Is that all that high?

    Thanks Janeen for starting up this thread.

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