Human Chronic Gonadotropin or the HCG hormone along with a Very Low Calorie Diet (VLCD) make up the total HCG diet plan. When of course you will find many real life testimonies that support the miraculous claims of shedding at least a pound each day, you do have to stay within a strict meal plan to actually achieve the desired results. Here you will find a very simple meal plan that you can follow daily.
HCG Meal Plan for Daily Diet
If you are somewhat familiar with the HCG diet then you must know by now that whatever you choose to eat each day must not exceed the boundary of 500 calories. If you fail to stay within this boundary then be sure, you will not be getting much results. However, the first two days of starting the diet are called the Loading Phase where you can eat pretty much anything. So load yourself with anything and everything during this time. Whatever you eat during this time will not affect your weight-losing program in any way. Now, let us look at the food plan that you can follow daily.
Breakfast: Start your day with nothing more than a cup of tea or coffee. However, you cannot consume any amount of sugar although you could use saccharin or stevia. If you like milk with your tea/coffee, you may add only one teaspoonful of it.
Lunch: Step 1 – Your 4-step lunch starts with 100 grams of meat or fish. You can have veal, chicken breast, beef, crab, fresh white fish, shrimp or lobster. Make sure to carefully remove all fat (visible) from the meat before weighing and cooking. Whether you choose to boil or grill the meat, make sure no additional fat is remaining or added. As for fish, you must avoid salmon, herring, tuna, eel, pickled or dry fish. You must cook the chicken breast separately from the whole bird. You can shift to the whites of three eggs occasionally if you grow aversion to meat.
Step 2 – Next on the list is vegetables. Thankfully, you have a wide range to select from in this case. You can have any one of the given vegetables: Spinach, green salad, cucumbers, celery, chard, beet greens, red radishes, cabbage, onions, fennel, asparagus and tomatoes.
Step 3 – You can have either a bread stick or a melba toast.
Step 4 – As for fruits, you can have an apple, orange, strawberries (a handful) or one-half grapefruit. Make sure to consume only one apple, not two small ones instead of a normal sized one.
Dinner: For dinner, you can follow the food combination that you followed in your lunch or make up a different one from the choices given above. However, you should make a different food plan for lunch and dinner so that it does not get boring.