CONTROLLING HUNGER ON P2 OF THE HCG DIET

CONTROLLING HUNGER ON P2 OF THE HCG DIET

Hunger exists when the intake of calories is cut down. It is a signal that your body needs food and nutrients. Foods are needed to be able to perform activities and other things daily. However, you have to be careful about the foods that you are going to eat. All foods can curb hunger, but not all are healthy for your body.

The common reason why you gain weight is that you eat too much food without tracking the calorie. If you respond to hunger, you also have to make sure that you respond healthily. There are better choices in curbing hunger without getting too many calories. The unhealthy response to hunger is also one of the causes of obesity.

What about hunger during the phase2 of the HCG diet?

Hunger is normal especially if you are trying to lose weight. This is one of the indications that your body and metabolism are at work. Hunger signals your body to have foods. However, during the HCG diet, your food intake is lowered and controlled. Hunger is visible during the first few days of the HCG diet.

Phase 2 of the HCG diet is zero fat, carbs, sugar, and a low-calorie diet. This means that your calorie intake will be cut down. You will also have new food choices. The HCG works in resetting your metabolism. Thus, allows rapid fat burning. The fats that are being burned will be used by your body as an energy source. This means that the Low-calorie intake during the HCG diet is safe. The diet hormone also works in curbing hunger and cravings. It is responsible for the supply of your energy needed by your body for the entire day.

How to control hunger during Phase 2 of the HCG diet?

  • Plan ahead of time

This is an important and most significant technique on or before the VLCD. You have to plan because your body is trying to adjust to your new amount of food intake. Remember to always avoid the foods that are not allowed during the HCG diet. These are the food that undergoes process and preservation.

It is important to do your grocery before starting the low-calorie diet. It will help you avoid the foods that may cause weight gain. Plan your one-week food supply as well as the recipe. Always use the HCG diet food list as your reference. Planning is a good attribute of a successful dieter.

  • Space your meals

Spacing your meal controls hunger. It is a wise technique to have something to eat anytime you get physical hunger. Instead of eating two meals for the whole day, you can space it into 5. You can space the 500 calories meal into 100 calories per serving. This is a great way to easily transition to the low-calorie diet especially in the first week of VLCD. This scheme also gives time for the HCG to take effect on your body for fat burning. Your hunger will also be curbed throughout the coming days of your low-calorie diet. 

  • Maintain a routine especially in controlling hunger

Come up with a dietary routine so that you can control hunger. It will help you stick to the HCG diet. For example, in the morning you might want to enjoy fruit and water or coffee. It will help you get through lunchtime without getting hungry. During lunch, you can eat an exact portion of lean meat and vegetable. If you get hungry in between meals you can eat a vegetable or 1 fruit. It is better to have the same amount of food at lunch and dinner. Having a routine gives massive benefits in avoiding cravings and hunger.

  • Eat Vegetables to curb hunger

Vegetables keep you full and satisfied. There are several kinds of vegetables you can choose from in the food list. However, do not mix or eat various types of vegetables in one sitting. Consume one cup of vegetables. Most of the vegetables allowed on the HCG diet are low in calories. This means that you can eat as many vegetables as you can as long as it is on the food list.   Make sure that you are staying in the 500 calorie range of caloric intake. You should also eat fruits as much as you can but do not over-consume.

  • Bring a meal with you

This is referred to as an easy to grab snacks such as fruits and Melba toast. You can also bring lunch or dinner foods with you if you work overtime. This will stop you from buying foods in the food chains. Do not forget to drink water after every meal. Hydration is important to manage the flow of blood and nutrients in your body. Water as well as helps in hydration and curbing hunger. You can bring fruit, vegetable, and even lean meat to help you throughout the day.

Things you must not miss on P2 of the HCG diet

#1- Make sure not to miss tracking your food intake

A small snack helps in alleviating physical hunger. It is fine to have a snack during the P2 of the HCG diet. However, you must track down each food to avoid weight loss stall. You can have a piece of Melba toast, one cup of vegetables, one fruit or a cup of tea. if you snack on an item, do not include it on your main meal. Find another option on the food list.

#2- Staying Hydrated to Curb Hunger Hydration is important not just to curb hunger but also in managing toxins in your body. Water helps in washing away the burned fats and toxins out of your body. It also curbs hunger and gets you longer until the next meal. Coffee and tea are also good options for hydration. These drinks are capable of boosting your metabolism. Tea and coffee also help in taking or preventing the effect of stress. These are also good appetite suppressant. Thus, promotes cleansing on your body

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