Bucking The HCG Diet With A Turkey Breast

Have you thought about eating turkey while on the HCG diet?

There are certain foods, such as turkey, that some HCG dieters aren’t willing to go without. Tilapia and broccoli are two other foods people want to eat, just to name a few. The problem is turkey, tilapia, and broccoli are not on the original HCG Diet approved food list.

If you do some research you’ll find many people have bucked the HCG system, and eat these foods even though it is not recommended. This doesn’t mean they sat down and ate an entire turkey. Most of the dieters ate small portions of turkey. Generally the portions were around 120 calories and very small cutlets. No fatty skin was present on the cutlets only meat.

So what should you look for, if you want to eat turkey?

The rule of thumb is to use natural turkey, no preservatives, and white meat. The leaner the meat is the better. In addition, ground turkey is not a good idea. Usually the ground turkey is mixed along with its skin. This makes the turkey high in fat content.

Common sense applies when eating foods. By phase 3 of the HCG diet, dieters know how their body responses to foods. However, not every ones bodies respond the same to all foods.

Your results on HCG depend on your diet plan. The more closely you follow the original HCG diet plan created by Dr. Simeons; the better off you will be. Companies and dieters try to vary the HCG diet. Some dieters may get lucky adding various small changes to the HCG diet. However, there are a plethora of recipes and meals available that fall within Dr. Simeons’ guidelines.

Dr. Simeons’ plan has worked for the past 50 years, and it is proven. Turkey is tasty, but holding true to your diet can be the wisest commitment to reach your weight loss goals.

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Author: Abigail

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