Proteins Approved On The Homeopathic HCG Diet
When dieters choose to undertake the very low calorie diet (VLCD) that is required for homeopathic HCG diet programs they often don’t realize the extent to which they are limiting their normal, daily food intake. Dieters quickly come to realize that the food they are allowed to eat is very important. Making it count is a major requirement for success on the program.
When the total calorie intake for a day is set at 500 calories and those 500 calories are divided up into 2 servings of vegetables, 2 servings of fruit, 2 servings of starch, and 2 servings of protein it’s obvious which item on the table is going to provide the dieter with the nearest sensation to being “full” that they’re able to obtain while on the VLCD. It’s the protein. So making sure to follow the rules associated with protein on the diet while getting the most protein allowed is vital.
The homeopathic HCG diet weight loss program aids dieters heavily in being able to stick to the very low calorie diet. But in addition to taking the required formula and accessing helpful tools and supplements from reputable suppliers, dieters should pay close attention to the tips regarding food preparation and meal plans.
One important tip specific to the protein allowed on the diet is to vary the proteins being eaten between lunch and dinner. Dieters should avoid eating the same protein for both of their daily servings. To put it simply there should never be two servings of any one meat during one day. If chicken was for lunch then dinner should not be chicken. It should be another protein allowed on the homeopathic HCG diet weight loss program.
Another tip that many dieters ignore to their own detriment is to stick to the list of approved proteins and pay attention to the specified cuts. Specific cuts of meat are listed because some are far too fatty to work with the homeopathic HCG diet weight loss program. Ignoring the approved list of proteins and approved cuts will leave dieters with a lower probability of success and lower weight loss numbers throughout the program.
Dieters often complain of feeling limited. And the only answer to that complaint is, “Of course you feel limited! You’re on a 500 calorie per day diet.” The appropriate responses to feeling limited are to venture out a bit. If you’ve never tried asparagus…now’s your chance. If you’ve never tried buffalo meat…now’s your chance! Both are approved while on the HCG diet. Make a night of it and get crazy. Have them both together for dinner.