What foods can I eat while I am taking hCG 1234™ Diet Drops for weight loss?





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Published on Jul 28, 2011

While you are taking hCG 1234™ diet drops during the low-calorie portion of the hCG Diet from Creative Bioscience, you need to choose carefully what you eat in order to get maximum weight loss results. Continue taking the suggested drops of your hCG Diet drops in the morning, then 30 minutes before lunch, and again 30 minutes before dinner. Stay within the allowed food list and follow Dr. Simeons' Protocol.

For example, your lunch might include 3 ½ oz. of protein such as meat (no pork); a vegetable such as a whole cucumber or half a cabbage, usually about 2 cups; and a piece of Melba toast of a stick of grissini. Just as long as you're getting 2 servings of protein, veggies, fruit, and bread, you can space these servings throughout the day during your hCG 1234™ Diet as you desire. That means that if you feel like an apple for breakfast, then during the rest of the day you may only eat one more apple for a total of two servings of fruit.

Drink as much coffee, tea, and water (including Pellegrino/Perrier, sparkling water, and distilled) as you want while you are taking hCG diet drops, consuming at least 2 liters each day. Sweeteners are fine, but only Stevia and saccharin--no aspartame! Spices and seasonings are also allowed on the hCG Diet, but use them in moderation and read the labels to make sure they don't have sugar in them. Appetite control will become less of a problem as your body adjusts to your hCG 1234™ weight loss program, but if you need to talk to a diet support specialist at Creative Bioscience, remember you have unlimited support from our team of caring, trained diet support specialists at (844) 744-1224 or email support@creativebioscience.com.



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