Can You Eat Yogurt On The HCG Diet?

Yes, yogurt can be eaten on the HCG diet. However, it can’t be eaten on all the phases. After finishing phase 2, the low 500 calorie portion of the HCG diet. Dieters can start to include new foods. The rule to remember in phase 3 is no sugar and starches. Yogurt is a great food for phase 3, but it must be sugar free.

Because the HCG is no longer begin taken, the dieter has a wide host of food options. Yogurt is just one choice of many. Phase 3 is a time of stabilization. The body is finding its natural weight. This phase can be approximately three weeks depending on the length of the plan. However, dieters can indulge in ham, pork chops, and venison. Dr. Simeons, the creator of the HCG diet plan, does caution about fats. He states that if no carbohydrates are being eaten, dieters can eat fats more liberally. However, when fats and carbohydrates are combined that is when things get out of hand.

In addition, there is a mountain of vegetables to choose from. Brussels sprouts, pumpkins, radishes, and broccoli are just a few. It is a great time to add back in favorite fruits like apricots, blackberries, and cantaloupe. Dr. Simeons provides guidance against very sweet fruit. These can be high in sugar.

In phase 3, when choosing new foods to add, it is important to remember that the hypothalamus is being reprogrammed. Dieters should still be making healthy choices. Dr. Simeons offers that dieters need to continue to be vigilant during phase 3.

Phase 3 is the beginning of the rest of the dieter’s new healthy lifestyle. They are in control of their bodies and their food choices. To help succeed during this phase, dieters should read Dr. Simeons eBook. It is called Pounds and Inches: A new approach to obesity

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