Ending Phase 2

You can end Phase 2 and stop taking your drops anytime you wish before the 45 days and move into the maintenance phase (phase 3).

This phase is extremely important and will determine your success, so DON'T SLIP NOW!!!!

You will transition into this phase by simply choosing a day to stop taking the drops.  They are Homeopathic and have no addicting qualities (except for you being spoiled by the weightloss)! 

You will continue with the very low calorie diet for the next 3 days without taking the drops to allow the HCG to exit your system.  You should not feel hunger.

For the next 3 weeks, avoid starches and sugars like the plague and begin eating normal sized meals.

Your calorie restrictions have been lifted.

For the next 3 weeks, avoid starches and sugars like the plague and begin eating normal sized meals and please know that if you go back to eating poorly during this phase, your hypothalamus will lose it's reset and you will quickly regain the pounds!

 

Now, pay attention.  During this phase, your hypothalamus is teetering on your new set-weight point and your job is to avoid starches, sugars, and senseless eating. This will cause your new lower weight to settle in and stop teetering. 

Continue to weigh yourself each morning as usual and be careful not to allow your weight to go any more than 2 pounds above your new set-weight point.  If at any point it does, take a steak day (see below).  Your ability to keep your weight within 2 lbs of your final weight for 3 weeks is what sets this lovely new weight that your hypothalamus will signal your metabolism to fight for!!!

No other diet system on the planet will reset your hypothalamus and allow you to safely lose this kind of weight, this fast!  Period! 

  

Steak Day: If you awake to find that your weight is beyond 2 lbs over your new set point, even slightly, you should immediately proceed with Steak Day.  Drink as much water, coffee and tea as you like throughout the day, but do not eat anything until dinner.  Have a steak weighing between 8 and 14 oz.

Do not add sauces and avoid salt.  Immediately follow the steak with a medium raw apple or raw tomato.  When you weigh-in the following morning you will have lost the excess weight!  Tah-dah!!! 

After depending on the strict guidance of the Phase 2 food list, some of us found it difficult to make food choices in this next phase of the diet.  Below is a list of food suggestions

Phase 3 Food Suggestions

Meat

Bacon

Beef jerky

Beef roast

Breakfast sausage

Elk

Ground beef

Ham

Hot dogs

Lamb

Liver

Pork chops

Prosciutto

Venison

Vienna sausage

Additional Protein Sources

Your protein options aren't limited to just meat anymore! Nuts make an especially good snack. Beans are still off limits due to their high starch content, but vegetarians can try them with care.

Hummus (check ingredients)

Nuts of all types, including

almonds

 brazil nuts

cashews

hazelnuts

peanuts

pine nuts

pistachios

Soy

Tofu

Dairy

Finally! All kinds of dairy are allowed.  Just check labels to assure there are no added sugars.  Also go for low-fat or fat-free varieties.

 

Butter (in moderation, of course)

Cheese, including both hard and soft cheeses like American, brie,

 cheddar, mozzarella, parmesan, provolone, string cheese, and Swiss

Cottage cheese

Cream cheese

Eggs - boiled, fried,

poached, scrambled, deviled, etc.

Milk

Omelette

Yogurt (sugar-free)

Fish

Anchovy

Bass

Catfish

Clams

Eel

Herring

Mackerel

Mahimahi

Mussels

Oysters

Salmon

Sardines

Squid or calamari

Trout

Tuna

Vegetables

Corn and potatoes still can not be eaten because of their high starch or carb content. You might still get away with them if you're very careful about it - eat them in small quantities and monitor your weight each day.

 Bamboo shoots

Bean sprouts

Bok Choy

Broccoli

Brussels sprouts

Cauliflower

Eggplant

Green beans

Kohlrabi

Jalapeno peppers

Mushrooms

Okra

Pickles

Pumpkin

Radishes

Red chili pepper

Sauerkraut

Scallions

Snow peas (pods)

Spaghetti squash

Summer squash

Sweet bell peppers (green, red, or yellow)

Turnips

Watercress

Zucchini

Poultry

Duck

Goose

Pheasant

Turkey

Fruits

Apricots

Blackberries

Blueberries

Cantaloupe

Coconut (unsweetened)

Cranberries, fresh or dried

Figs, one large - careful of sugar content

Guava

Honeydew

Kiwi

Lemons

Limes

Nectarines

Olives

Papaya

Peaches

Pears

Pineapple

Plums

Raspberries

Watermelon

Bananas and grapes are still off limits.

Extras

 Alcoholic beverages in moderation - Dr. Simeons mentions a glass of wine with a meal, for example

Dried soy beans

Fruit juices with no added sugar, and watch portion sizes to limit sugar intake

Mayonnaise (check label for sugar)

Oils for cooking or baking

Pure peanut butter, other nut butters (sugar-free)

Sugar-free dressings and mustards

Taco salad, without the tortilla product

Veggie dip: combine plain non-fat yogurt with ranch or onion seasoning mix - check seasonings for sugar

  

"If no carbohydrates whatsoever are eaten, fats can be indulged in somewhat more liberally . . . but as soon as fat and starch are combined things are very liable to get out of hand."   Dr A. T. W. Simeons