Recipe: Spaghetti And Meatballs!

by Coach Jeni on October 23, 2012

Miracle noodles (aka Shiratake noodles) combined with homemade meatballs and fresh sauce make this dish friendly for ALL phases of the HCG diet. Miracle noodles are made from the root of an Asian plant and have zero calories, zero carbs, and are a free food during Phase 2 VLCD.

Recipe: Spaghetti And Meatballs!


  • 3.5oz of lean ground beef (any phase 2 friendly protein)
  • 1 serving of melba toast or grissini
  • 1/2-1 teaspoon of mustard
  • Dash of onion flakes
  • Capella Sizzling bacon flavored drops (optional)
  • 1 tomato
  • Italian seasoning to taste
  • salt to taste
  • 1 package of miracle noodles (aka Shiratke noodles), drained and thoroughly rinsed.


  1. 1. Preheat oven to 300 degrees. In a small bowl, mix the first 5 ingredients.
  2. 2. Once ingredients are mixed, mold into 12 meatballs. Place on a cookie sheet and bake for 8-10 minutes or well done.
  3. 3. Slice tomato into fourths and steam for about 8 minutes. Put it in a blender with the Italian seasoning and blend to your desired consistency, adding water if necessary.
  4. 4. Rinse your miracle noodles thoroughly, add your sauce and meatballs to your rinsed miracle noodles and enjoy!


Makes 1 serving. Each serving has 179 calories (1 protein, ½ vegetable, 1 carb)


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Alicia’s HCG Weight Loss Story

by Coach Jeni on October 13, 2012

Hello, my name is Alicia Ramos and I lost 67 pounds using the HCG drops. I was overweight my entire life. I was made fun of in grade-school, my nickname was “gordita” which means chubby girl in Spanish. I tried endless diets and exercise plans, spent lots of money, and many tears. Sometimes I would lose a few pounds, but the weight always came right back on.

I fell in love with an amazing man who loved me for me, he didn’t care that I was overweight. We eventually were engaged to be married, which is supposed to be the happiest time in a girls life. I was so scared to have a wedding, because I didn’t want to look like a huge whale in a white wedding dress, of course the bride is the center of attention. I went wedding dress shopping alone and cried for days afterward. The “big girl” dresses were hideous, and made me look even bigger. There were so many beautiful dresses for normal sized girls, but there were only five dresses in size 24, my size, and I hated them all. All I wanted was to be a beautiful bride on my big day. I contemplated eloping, but I knew that my traditional family would never forgive me, and it wasn’t what I truly wanted either.

A few days after dress shopping, a friend of mine posted on Facebook about how she had lost weight so quickly and easily using the HCG diet. She posted before and after photos, and I was amazed! I started my research at that very moment, and placed my first order for the drops the next day. My drops arrived a few days later and I started immediately. The pounds melted off before my eyes. I couldn’t believe the transformation on the scale and in the mirror. I would wake up in the morning and my mom would tell me almost everyday that I looked thinner than the day before, and it was true! My first round was 40 days long, and I lost 38 pounds. I took a three week break, ordered more drops, and lost another 29 pounds in 34 days, and had reached my goal weight. I had lost 67 pounds in 3 months! I bought a fabulous dress (size FOUR!), five months before my wedding date. I was so afraid that I would start gaining weight, so I even bought an emergency bottle of HCG, just in case. But, I never needed it.

My wedding day truly was the most wonderful day of my life, and I felt gorgeous. Our wedding guests were shocked at my transformation. On my one year wedding anniversary, my emergency bottle of HCG still sits in my closet as a reminder of how far I’ve come. Keeping the weight off has been so easy, I know that my body is burning calories more efficiently than before, so I’m able to eat normally without gaining weight.

1) Was it harder/easier than you expected? Losing weight was so much easier than I ever imagined possible. After struggling with my weight my entire life, I thought I was doomed to be overweight forever. All I had to do was take the drops and follow the food plan. It was just that easy.

2) What was the hardest part? Coming from a traditional Hispanic family, there is always amazing food around, and it is actually offensive to not eat it when offered. So I had to offend a few people, but it was totally worth it. And now, they understand too. Learning the power of the word “no” was enormously empowering.

3) What kept you going? Seeing the numbers on the scale and tape measure drop constantly was so motivating. I always kept in mind my goal of being beautiful on my wedding day, and remembered that it was more important than a tamale or piece of cake.

4) What did you look forward to on the day-to-day? I knew that every single day I was getting closer to my goal. Every healthy meal I ate, every unhealthy meal I turned down, was one step closer to fitting in my size four wedding gown.

5) What were your favorite meals? At first I made a variety of fancy recipes because I was afraid I would feel deprived otherwise. But after a week or two, I realized that I didn’t need the fancy meals to feel satisfied. From then on I just ate simple meals, grilled chicken and asparagus, or ground beef with onions covered with mustard.

6) What advice would you recommend to someone starting out? First, do your homework. You can’t jump into this diet without knowing exactly what you should, or should not be doing. All you need to do is read over all of the materials that are provided to you. And if you have questions, ask.

7) What would you do differently? Nothing. I have no regrets.

8) What set you back? I wouldn’t allow any setbacks. I was a woman on a mission!

9) How did you overcome a setback? For someone who experiences a setback, my advice would be to dust yourself off and move on. Don’t dwell on your mistakes, just continue on full spead ahead.

10) What was your overall experience? My experience was life changing! No longer am I the “gordita” that I was my entire life. I am now healthy, confident, and happier than I’ve ever been. My weight no longer defines who I am, I do.

11) Would you do it again? Absolutely, and I would recommend it to anyone wanting to lose a little, or a lot of weight.

12) Why do you think some people don’t stick it out? I think that people who don’t do their homework and read everything over are less likely to stick it out. Those who prepare themselves by reading all of the material and planning ahead are much more likely to be successful and see it through to the end.

13) How did you stay motivated halfway through? I stayed motivated by looking at the success I had already had, and knowing that it was just a matter of time before I reached my goal.

14) Have you ever done any other diets? What have you previously done to lose weight? I feel like I had tried everything to lose weight. Some diet and exersize plans would work slowly and temporarily, but those that did work were not permanent. I would gain weight again as soon as I started to eat normally.

15) How did the HCG diet compare? HCG is hands down the best. I reached my goal wieght easily, and in 3 months. And even better, I’ve kept it off for almost 2 years without any trouble.

16) Overall, how would you best describe your experience? Completing the HCG diet was one of the best choices I ever made. I had so much energy, motivation, and felt great while losing weight. The weight came off so quickly and easily, and has stayed off. What more could you ask for?

-Alicia Ramos

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Recipe: Spicy Mustard Dressing

by Coach Jeni on October 5, 2012

Looking for an easy, go-to dressing to jazz up your salads or vegetables? This recipe makes a BIG batch so you will always have it on hand. It’s so yummy you’ll even want to marinade your meat in it! This recipe is suitable for all phases of the HCG diet.

Spicy Mustard Dressing

  • ½ bottle organic apple cider vinegar
  • ¾ bottle Bragg’s liquid aminos
  • 2 teaspoons wasabi powder
  • 2 teaspoons dry mustard powder

Combine all ingredients, shake well, and keep refrigerated

This recipe contains ZERO calories per serving. Enjoy!

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The Importance Of Drinking Water

by Coach Jeni on September 28, 2012

One of the most important things you can do for better nutrition and a successful diet is to drink enough water. Learn about water’s vital role in your diet and in helping you lose weight.

There are many reasons why it’s important to drink water, especially while losing weight.

  • The process of burning calories requires an adequate supply of water in order to function efficiently; dehydration slows down the fat-burning process.
  • Burning calories creates toxins (think of the exhaust coming out of your car), and water plays a vital role in flushing them out of your body.
  • Dehydration causes a reduction in blood volume; a reduction in blood volume causes a reduction in the supply of oxygen to your muscles; and a reduction in the supply of oxygen to your muscles can make you feel tired.
  • Drinking water reduces water retention. People often believe that drinking water can lead to increased fluid retention. However, it is just the opposite. The more water that you drink, your body knows that it will continue to receive an adequate supply, and therefore has no need to store it.
  • Water helps maintain muscle tone by assisting muscles in their ability to contract, and it lubricates your joints.Proper hydration can help reduce muscle and joint soreness when exercising.
  • Drinking water with a meal may make you feel full sooner and therefore satisfied with eating less.

How Much Water Should I Drink?

You have probably heard that you should drink eight 8-ounce glasses of water a day. How much water you actually need depends on your weight, level of activity, the temperature and humidity of your environment. On a hot day, it’s possible to lose about the equivalent of a quart of water in an hour while being active, according to the American Council on Exercise. You’ll want to drink water before, during, and after every workout.

The general recommendation is to drink at least half of your body weight in ounces. So a 180 pound person would need at least 90 ounces of water daily (more when it’s hot or if the person is active). When you drink enough water, your urine will usually be clear, or a very pale yellow. When in doubt, drink a little more.

It is possible to harm yourself by drinking too much water, but it takes quite an effort. Either through obsessive-compulsive behavior or extended athletic activity, drinking large amounts of water can dilute the electrolytes (sodium and potassium) in your blood to the point that it interferes with brain, heart and muscle function. Athletes compound the problem with the loss of sodium (salt) through sweating, but can drink electrolyte replacement drinks like Gatorade Endurance Formula to help keep things in balance.

Tips on Drinking Water

  • Drinking other liquids also provides your body with a source of water, but note that diuretics cause your body to expel water. Diuretics include caffeinated drinks (coffee, tea and soda) and alcohol. When drinking diuretics, drink more water to compensate.
  • Those who spend time away from home may take a portable water container, knowing that they need to fill and drink it four times throughout the day, for example. Others associate drinking water with routine activities throughout the day, such as drinking fluid at meals, before brushing their teeth, or after feeding the dogs.
  • Studies show that water intake is increased when drinking from a straw.
  • When you feel thirsty, you are already dehydrated. Try to avoid this situation by drinking in advance. Be especially careful when participating in activities where you won’t be able to stop to get caught up.

You’ve heard countless advertisements telling you what product to start your day with. We recommend a couple of glasses of water to rehydrate your body. No charge.

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Vicci’s HCG Transformation

by Coach Jeni on September 18, 2012

Hi my name is Vicci, I’m 25 years old and before starting this diet I weighed around 215 pounds and I now weigh around 178.8 lbs. The reason I started this diet was because I had come across the HCG web page and read all the stories about how people had lost weight and how their lives had changed, and I thought to myself that could be me. I had tried losing weight before by eating healthy and using the gym but for some reason I didn’t seem to lose any weight. I even went to my doctor and had some tests done and they came back normal but I couldn’t understand how I wasn’t losing weight.

After losing 35lbs so far, my life is just so much more fun. I have gained my confidence back and feel sexy, its nice to fit in to smaller clothes and have a nice choice again instead of thinking, “I’m to big to wear that”. I still have another stone and a half (20 lbs) to lose before my goal weight and I know by doing the HCG diet I’ll get there. If you want to lose weight and feel great again I would strongly recommend going to HCGWeightDrops webpage and have a really good read and make sure you understand the diet. If you have any questions the team will be happy to help. My weight loss has changed my life and I feel great! If you think the diet is for you go for it. I did, and have no regrets at all. Thank you for reading my story. Good luck!

1) Was it harder/easier than you expected? Doing the HCG diet was easier than expected for me, some days were harder than others but with a bit of will power it was easy to over come them.

2) What was the hardest part? The hardest part for me was if I was eating with friends or family, to make it easier if i knew I was going to be around them i would try and have my meals before hand so i didn’t feel tempted.

3) What kept you going? What kept me going the most was getting on the scales every morning and seeing that i was lighter in some way either by a 1lb or so or even by a few ounces but either way i knew that it was still a loss and that soon it would amount to getting to my goal.

4) What did you look forward to on the day-to-day? Things I looked forward to on the day to day was getting on the scales and also putting on clothes that were starting to get to small for me and that feeling was one of the best knowing that soon i would be going shopping for smaller clothes!

5) What were your favorite meals? Some of my favorite meals were grilled chicken and cucumber also i would grill a small beef burger and wrap it in a lettuce leaf, I personally added a small amount of mango pickle although its not recommended to have i still lost in the morning.

6) What advice would you recommend to someone starting out? If someone were to start the diet like i said to my mum keep in control, think that its only 21 or 40 days and soon that time would pass. Think about why your doing the diet and what a difference it can make, Stay focused and keep your self busy. It definitely will work and its up to you to make it happen.

7) What would you do differently? The only things I would of done different would have to been not to cheat on a few days because it does set you back for a few days and the guilty feeling after you have eaten something you shouldn’t is not worth the extra gain of a a few lbs!

8) What set you back? I got set back a few times by cheating, don’t do it, it is not worth it!

9) How did you overcome a setback? I over come this by looking in the mirror and saying so myself no more! and also drinking plenty of water and try to keep myself away from the cheat foods.

10) What was your overall experience? My overall experience has been awesome, I’ve lost 33lbs so far and I’m still in my second round so a few more pounds to come off yet, I can not stress how this product has helped me and I know can help others to lose weight.

11) Would you do it again? Most definitely I would do this again, I’m planning on doing a 3rd round in about 6 weeks time.

12) Why do you think some people don’t stick it out? I think people don’t stick it out because they have got themselves into such bad eating habits that It takes a lot to break them so end up going back to the old eating ways.

13) How did you stay motivated halfway through? How I stayed motivated half way through was to look at my weight loss chart and seeing that i was still losing and to keep going to my goal.

14) Have you ever done any other diets? What have you previously done to lose weight? I have tried other diets and tried eating healthy but nothing has made me lose weight like this, it has really made a hugh difference to my life.

15) How did the HCG diet compare? HCG has been one of the best diets I have ever done and compared to other diets this one is by far the best.

16) Overall, how would you best describe your experience? Overall my experience has been great, the HCG team are great always there to help with any questions and to help with different food ideas, my weight loss has changed my life and i feel great! Thank you HCG Team


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Slow Weight Loss

by Coach Jeni on September 12, 2012

Sometimes it feels like the scale isn’t moving as quickly as you think it should. When this happens, there are a few things to look at to determine if your weight loss is normal or not.

What is normal?

The average weight loss during the HCG Protocol is just less than 1 pound per day. This means you could lose 1.5 pounds one day, and .5 pounds the next, and you would still be averaging 1 pound per day. It is common to experience days of no loss at all, and perhaps even a small gain. This is no reason to be alarmed, your weight is supposed to fluctuate from day to day due to water fluctuation and many other factors. If your average weight loss is close to 1 pound per day, then you are right on track!

The “Second Week Slowdown”
We often receive questions from people who are in week two of Phase 2 VLCD about the numbers on the scale suddenly slowing down, or stopping altogether. This is commonly called “The Second Week Slowdown,” and is fairly common. During week one of Phase 2 VLCD, the weight loss happens so quickly, that our bodies need a few days to catch up. After a few days of slower losses, the scale picks right back up again.

Plateaus and stalls
Sometimes plateaus occur for seemingly no reason at all. Though it can be frustrating, remember to look at your overall average of weight loss per day. If you’re close to the 1 pound per day average, then there is no need to be concerned. If you find that your average is falling closer to .5 pounds per day, then contact us and our Certified Nutrition Coach will work with you to find out if there is an error causing the slower losses. The worst thing that you can do when the scale is not cooperating is to stress about it, as stress will only slow your weight loss further.

Here is a list of common factors that can cause plateaus or slower losses:

1. Not drinking enough water. You should be drinking a minimum of half your body weight ounces (if you weight 200 lbs, drink 100 oz of water) You should be drinking more if you live in a hot climate, are physically active, or drink caffeinated beverages.

2. For women: If you are close to your menstrual cycle or ovulation (the bloating often experienced during this time is due to water retention, which weighs heavily on the scale).

3. Extending past 40 days on Phase 2 VLCD. After 40 days of Phase 2 VLCD, it’s normal for the scale to slow down. For best results, Phase 2 VLCD should be from 21 to 40 days.

4. Getting a good nights sleep is vital in your weight loss. Not only quality, but quantity counts.

5. Medications and supplements have the potential to slow down weight loss as well. Never stop taking a prescription without consulting with your doctor first.

6. Sweeteners used should be 100% stevia. There are many brands of stevia that have sugar in them as well, be sure to check your labels.

7. Seasonings and spices should contain no oils, starch, or sugar. Be sure to check your labels.

8. Exercising can cause water retention. As muscle fibers are torn from working out, water is sent to those torn fibers to help repair them. A surefire way to know that you’re retaining water from exercise is if you feel sore. The water is typically released after about 3 days, at which point you will see a drop on the scale.

9. Sunburns cause water retention as water is sent to the burn to help it be repaired. Depending on the severity of the sunburn, give yourself at least a few days for the extra water to be released.

If you’ve experienced a plateau of 4 or more days and none of these factors seem to play in to your situation, it might be time for an Apple Day. You can read about how to complete an Apple Day here:

*Note: Apple Days should ONLY be used when the scale hasn’t moved in at least 4 days for no apparent reason. An apple day cannot be used to “fix a cheat” or to increase weight loss overall. If completed under the wrong circumstances, it could cause further stalls.

For further help in getting that scale moving along, check out our list of plateau breakers and weight loss maximizer here:

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When & How To Do A Steak Day

by Coach Jeni on September 7, 2012

A Steak Day is a tool used during Phase 3 Maintenance (never to be used during Phase 2 VLCD) to correct a weight gain of over 2 pounds above your LDW, or Last Drop Weight (find out more about your LDW here:

A steak day should be completed anytime that your weight is MORE than 2 pounds above your Last Drop Weight, that means 2.1 pounds or more. It is also important that the steak day be completed on the exact day that the scale is up over 2 pounds, it cannot be postponed even by one day or the results will not be satisfactory.

How to complete a Steak Day:
Any morning that your weight is more than 2 pounds above your LDW, you will need to complete a Steak Day that very same day. This means that you should always be prepared to complete a Steak Day.

Throughout the day, do not eat anything, but drink plenty of water. You may drink coffee or tea, but the majority of your fluids should be water. You may use pure stevia to flavor or sweeten your water, coffee, or tea, but NOTHING else. No milk, no lemon, no other additions other than a dash of pure stevia.

For dinner you should eat 1 huge steak along with either an apple or raw tomato. Continue to drink plenty of water.

The steak should be at least 8 ounces, bigger is fine. You may use seasonings on your steak, but check labels and avoid mixes with sugar or starch.

If you do not like steak, you may substitute any other protein such as chicken, fish, pork loin, whole eggs, or protein whey. Eat until you are full.

The following morning after a Steak Day, your weight should be back within two pounds of your LDW. You should then resume eating according to the rules of Phase 3 Maintenance. If for some reason your weight does not go back to within two pounds of your LDW (this rarely happens), you should not perform a second Steak Day. Back-to-back Steak Days can be counterproductive. In this case, you should wait one day and then complete a Steak Day the next day, giving you one day of regular Phase 3 Maintenance eating in between Steak Days. Again, this is a rare occurrence.

Many people use the Steak Day tool for the rest of their life. By weighing daily, and performing a Steak Day when needed, you can easily maintain your new weight forever.

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Stuffed Green Chilies

by admin on September 4, 2012

Stuffed Green Chilies

Stuffed Green Chilies


  • 4 Serrano Chilies
  • 200 Grams of Cottage Cheese
  • 1 Tbs Southwest Taco Seasoning Mix
  • 1 tsp Stevia
  • Salt & Pepper
  • Green Onion
  • 1 Melba Toast


  1. Blacken the Serrano chilies over a flame. Wipe off burnt skins. Take cottage cheese and add the Southwest taco seasoning and place in small blender. Blend for 2 minutes until creamy. Add salt and pepper to taste. Slowly mix in crumbled Melba toast and diced green onions to cottage cheese mixture and immediately stuff chiles. Place in oven safe dish and cook at 350 for 25 minutes.

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Plateau Breakers And Loss Maximizers

by Coach Jeni on August 29, 2012

Looking for ways to help break through that plateau? Or maybe you just want to maximize your weight loss overall. Here is a list of easy things you can do each day to get the most weight loss out of Phase 2 VLCD.

* Increase your water intake to 2 – 3 quarts per day.
* Try adding a glass or two of green tea to your day.
* Don’t eat 2 apples for the two fruits or cut down on the size of the apples.
* Cut American beef and/or buffalo down or out.
* Consider that oranges, tomatoes, and shrimp stall some people. Therefore, if you eat either oranges, tomatoes and/or shrimp quite a bit and your weight loss is slow, you may want to try cutting these foods down or out to see if your rate of loss increases.
* Check all condiments for any form of sugar. ‘Garlic Salt’ may list sugar as an ingredient. Any seasoning salt or seasoning product must be carefully checked.
* If mixing vegetables, stop.
* If having trouble with constipation, try Smooth Move tea or psyllium husk fiber.
* Try leaving out one or both breadsticks.
* Make sure there are no additives in chicken or other protein sources – many times these are injected with some form of sugar even in the grocery store.
* Consider if you’ve been taking the drops for too long without a break (longer than 40 days), consider dosage (10 drops or .35ml).
* Consider if you are potentially at your ideal weight. Are you in the suggested weight range for your height and build? Are you also hungry and not feeling as good, etc? It may be time to stop losing. Contact us for details on reaching your goal during a cycle of drops. Basically, you increase food intake to level off losing until the minimum number of days is reached, then follow the protocol through the 3 week stabilizing phase.
* Since the protocol says you are not required to eat all the food each day, you may consider dropping one or both of the breads and/or one of your fruits.
* Consider adding a brisk walk, some yoga, or any type of 15 minute activities to your day a few times a week–anything that raises the heart rate throughout the day. The activity increases your metabolism and may increase your rate of loss. Exercise is barely mentioned in the protocol. Our interpretation is that exercise is good for everyone; however, it is simply not required to successfully lose weight on this protocol. That being said, we have observed participants who have a physically active job, such as a waitress, where the participant seemed to maintain a slightly higher daily average weight loss than those who did absolutely no physical activity.
* Make sure you are getting enough sleep. More than a few participants have reported being up late and getting up early and the scale reflecting little to no weight loss. However, simply weighing again an hour or so later (without eating or drinking anything) reveals a drop on the scale of up to 2 pounds. This suggests that routine and adequate sleep can effect what the scale registers.
* Try including 2 Tbsp of apple cider vinegar (ACV) to your daily regimen. Some resources recommend that you take the ACV diluted with water or juice, but not to spread out throughout the entire day as this has been shown to have negative effects on teeth enamel. Many resources claim extensive benefits due to (ACV) intake, particularly increased weight loss; however ACV may cause you discomfort if you digest the vinegar using undiluted spoonfuls only.

Adding in any of these changes to your daily routine is sure to get that scale moving even faster in the right direction.

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HCG Diet Overview

by Coach Jeni on August 14, 2012

Phase 1: Loading on fat for 2 days with HCG drops.

Days 1-2

 Before starting, take your measurements and “before” photos. Start by taking the HCG drops first thing in the morning, following these guidelines: How/when to take your drops. Using your measured dropper, take three doses of .35 ml of HCG per day, once in the morning, once midday, and once before bed. Eat as much fat as you possibly can, throughout the whole day. Focus on fats, skip the sugar and carbs.

Follow our Phase 1 Loading Guide for full instructions:
Phase 1 Loading Guide

 Phase 2: Very Low Calorie Diet (VLCD) with HCG drops.

Days 3-23 (21 day plan) OR days 3-42 (40 day plan)

Continue taking the HCG drops as described in Phase 1. Follow the food guidelines as outlined in the Phase 2 VLCD Guide below. It is important to complete Phase 2 with the drops for a minimum of 21 days. You may complete Phase 2 for up to 40 days.

On your last morning of taking the HCG drops, record your weight. This will be your Last Drop Weight that you will use throughout Maintenance. (Full instructions can be found in the Phase 3 Maintenance Guide.)

Follow our Phase 2 VLCD Guide with food plan for full instructions:
Phase 2 VLCD Guide

 Transition into Phase 3 Maintenance WITHOUT drops for 3 days

Days 24-26 (21 day plan) OR days 43-45 (40 day plan)

 Stop taking the HCG drops and continue following Phase 2 VLCD for three full days, or 72 hours. This provides enough time for the HCG to leave your body completely before adding in more calories and foods from the Phase 3 Maintenance Guide.

 Phase 3: Maintenance – No sugar, no starch for 21 days

Days 27-47 (21 day plan) OR 46-66 (40 day plan)

Eat to satisfy your hunger, avoiding all sugars and all starches for 21 full days. After 21 days of no sugar and no starches, start slowly adding in those missing sugars and starches (this should be done over a course of a few weeks). Complete a Steak Day anytime your weight exceeds your Last Drop Weight by more than 2 pounds.

Follow our Phase 3 Maintenance Guide for full instructions:
Phase 3 Maintenance Guide
After completing Phase 3 Maintenance you may start another round of HCG if more weight loss is desired.

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