Top 10 Diet Mistakes on HCG 2.0

What Are Most Important Mistakes on the New HCG 2.0 Diet for 2020?

 10 mistakes people make on the HCG diet almost always involve food/drinks. In some dieters, alcohol drinking on HCG diet plays a significant role. Especially beer and any alcohol drink with sugar mixers. The HCG diet is very sensitive. Small variances can mean no or less then desirable weight loss. If you are going to do the HCG diet be aware of the top ten mistakes that people either consciously or unconsciously sometimes overlook that keeps them from losing as much weight on phase two of the HCG diet. Often the mistakes are similar to those that people make on any weight loss plan.
Good vs. Bad Carbs

1. Not sticking to the 800 calories or serving sizes. Protein is 4 oz. raw or 3 & 1/2 oz cooked. American beef is noted as significantly more fatty than the beef  so be careful with portion. Chicken and fish are always better choices. Foods with higher sugars often creep into the food menus. If in doubt, look at the food label. Sugars should be less than 4 grams per portion.

2. Not drinking enough water. You should set as your goal to drink at least a quart of water a day. 

3. Eating beef that is too fatty. American Beef is very fatty. We suggest using very lean cuts such as London Broil or Round Steak. Even extra lean hamburger can be to fatty- have the butcher cut the fat off a lean steak and have it ground into hamburger meat. Chicken and fish are always better choices.
4. Cooking with oil or applying anything with oil to your body. This is a very sensitive diet. Your body is in a fat burning mode. Your body will pull the oil right through your skin or use the oil from your food instead of pulling it from your fat reserves. There are a lot of alternatives that can be used but do not use anything with oil on phase two. If you need oil for cooking or on salads you a spray like
PAM or Betoli Oil Spray.
5. Getting sugar in your drinks, seasonings, salad dressings and sauces. etc. Sugar is in everything. Check out our sugar list and learn the many names of sugar. Start reading labels, especially on your seasonings. Watch out for words: No sugar Added, or Low Sugar when there is sugar.
 Sports Drinks & Soda are Loaded with Sugar
 6. Making mistakes in restaurants: The HCG diet can be done when eating out, but watch for the preparation of the food and most important the sauces.
7. Taking too many  “breaks.”  Its acceptable to take a break after a couple of weeks, but not each weekend!  “Insidiously, weekend blowouts keep you feeling deprived psychologically”, says Sarah Flower, author of The Healthy Lifestyle Diet Cookbook. ‘People liken the fun and relaxation of weekends to unhealthy eating,’ says Flower.‘They equate their working week with dieting and deprivation, which locks them in the mindset of “good” or “bad” eating. If you feel compelled to overeat every weekend, it suggests the way you’re eating most of the time isn’t satisfying you,’ says Dr Briffa.
‘You’re waiting for the weekend when you can enjoy your diet. But the healthy eating should be making you feel better, not be your penance.
’8. Add  “Healthy looking foods”  in large quantities like seeds, nuts, olive oil, canola oil. “Hummus, pistachios, and peanuts contain healthy fats but come with masses of calories and often fail the ‘eat just one’ test. Such foods can act as triggers for those with a tendency to overeat. ‘It’s possible to overeat a healthy diet and as a result not lose weight – or even gain it,’ says Dr Briffa.” ‘Being “healthy” doesn’t give people carte blanche to completely ignore calories.’
9. Eating vegetables and fruits from cans rather than fresh. All kinds of additives can be added to the canned product, especially sugar to canned fruit. The sugar can come in many forms, often hard to recognize.
10 Failure to read the food label: Its almost impossible to do the HCG diet with out rely on some prepared products. If so be sure to read the food label looking for calories, fat, carbs, sugar and protein.

Richard Lipman MD is a endocrinologist and board certified internist who has treated more than 10,000 overweight patients in his Miami office with his new 800 calorie HCG diet for the past 10 years in Miami, Fl

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