The hCG diet explained

The health & fitness always sees a revolving door of different “fad” diets, so it’s hard to know which ones actually works. Although it isn’t widely known about like the Atkins or South Beach Diet, the hCG diet has been around since 1954. The most important thing to know about the hCG diet is that it is medically supervised weight loss. The hCG injects are administered by a doctor at a doctor’s office or weight loss clinic.

What is the hCG diet?

hCG stands for human chorionic gonadotropin. The diet is thought to reset your metabolism, allowing you to lose up to a pound a day without feeling fatigued. The hCG diet limits you to 500 calories a day for 8 weeks while taking the hCG injections.

What can I eat? 

The diet allows for 2 meals a day, lunch and dinner. You can broil or grill beef, chicken, fresh white fish, lobster, crab, or shrimp as long as you don’t consume any visible fat.

Vegetable choices include spinach, chard, beets, radishes, green salad, tomatoes, celery, fennel, onions, asparagus, and cucumbers.

Fresh ‘n Fit Cuisine offers 10 different FRESH, hCG approved meals! With delicious meals like our Herb Grilled Medallions with Asparagus, Garlic Chicken with Braised Celery, or Rosemary Cod with Swiss Chard, you can adhere to the hCG diet, eat deliciously, with no hassle or clean up! View our meals online http://www.hcgfreshnreadymeals.com & call our customer service team to order your hCG meals at 678-208-0341! Ask our customer service team about special discounts when you order in bulk!

 

hCG meals: Creole Tilapia, Garlic Chicken, Rosemary Cod, and Herb Beef Medallions

hCG meals: Creole Tilapia, Garlic Chicken, Rosemary Cod, and Herb Beef Medallions

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