Preparing your body for the hCG Assisted Diet

Preparing your body for the hCG Assisted Diet
• Take any and all medications prescribed to you by your personal physician.
• Try to walk at least 30 minutes per day or begin a light exercise regimen.
• Get some sun. Sunshine exposure can increase your Vitamin D and looks healthy
• Drink a minimum of ½ a gallon of bottled or filtered water or unsweetened tea daily.
• Eat grapefruit. Grapefruit has been scientifically proven to release fat.
• Use Bragg Apple Cider Vinegar to stimulate metabolism and cleanse the internal organs. It is also powerful in helping to release stored fat cells.
• Use only Stevia as your Natural Sweetener liquid or powder forms as your sugar substitute. If you use powdered stevia, make sure it doesn’t contain dextrose.
• Eating breakfast helps to increase your metabolism, burn fat, decrease appetite, and increase your morning blood sugar for energy throughout the day. If you skip breakfast, your body may potentially store fat and you are more likely to gain weight that day.
• Eat three times a day with fruit between meals. This helps to increase your metabolism and release excess fat reserves. DO NOT EAT THREE HOURS BEFORE BEDTIME
• Eat a salad with lunch, dinner or between meals as a snack. Eating a salad with fresh vegetables helps to stimulate digestion and add fiber which helps regulate blood sugar.
• Try to eat organically raised meat and organically grown fruits, and vegetables. Organic foods do not contain preservatives, chemicals, flavor enhancers, herbicides, pesticides, growth hormones, or antibiotics. If organic food is not accessible, then look for chicken products in your local supermarket that do not contain antibiotics; fish products that are not farm raised and only wild caught, and wash all fruits and vegetables thoroughly.
• Add Fiber. Fiber will help relieve constipation, reduce appetite, improve digestion, improve metabolism, and cleanse the body of micro-toxins.
• Eliminate carbonated beverages including diet drinks. They can block calcium absorption, may cause nutritional deficiencies and potentially slow down digestion.
• Avoid high fructose corn syrup. High fructose corn syrup can increase insulin levels which promote fat storage and may lead to obesity.
• Avoid complex carbohydrates in all Phases such as: bread, pasta, potatoes, rice, oatmeal, cereal, nuts, legumes, and granola bars.
• Avoid ALL canned food.
• Avoid all sweets, soft drinks and dairy products. SUGAR IS THE #1 DIET ENEMY
• No MSG (Monosodium Glutamate).
• Avoid all Fast Foods.
• Avoid all Fried Food.

Weigh yourself when you wake up, without clothing and after you have emptied your bladder.

Record your weight on a weight loss tracking sheet.

Drink a minimum of half your body’s weight in ounces of bottled/filtered water or tea throughout the day. Do not drink tap water if possible.

Take the hCG as directed.

Drink ½ to a gallon of bottled or filtered water throughout the day.

The one of the best things you can do is to not eat after 7:30 if at all possible.

Avoid Snacking too!