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Sugar Free Desserts with Agave Syrup
 
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http://www.wheatfreesugarfree.com Sugar Free Desserts with Agave Syrup Today's health-promoting diets recommend eliminating or drastically reducing refined sugars from your regular eating. Let's look at the reasons why. Most refined sugars contain several ingredients or complex sugars which cannot be digested or absorbed by the gastrointestinal tract. Complex sugars are not easily broken down by the body since the body does produce the enzymes to be able to metabolize them. When these complex sugars are not digested, they may not be eliminated. This means that they may remain in the body and may cause damage to cells and tissues. Refined sugars are addictive. If you start eating sugar when you're stressed, guess what? You will start to crave it whenever you're under pressure. Have you ever noticed how sugary treats don't fill you up? If you consume a lot of refined sugar, you may end up with some padding in places you don't want or need it, since what doesn't get metabolized gets stored. Refined sugar can also lead to tooth decay since microorganisms in the mouth love sugar. But if you worry that to maintain your HCG diet success means a lifetime of dessert deprivation, fear not. By following the no-flour-no-sugar plan from Phase III of the HCG diet, you will find plenty to satisfy anyone's sweet tooth. Let me tell you about agave syrup. What is agave syrup? Agave syrup, also known as agave nectar, is extracted from different species of agave, a cactus which is cultivated in warm, dry climates like southern Mexico. Processed at a very low temperature, it is generally considered to be a raw food. Agave has a lower glycemic index than white sugar which makes it less likely to cause your blood sugar to spike. Too much sugar in your bloodstream can trigger your body's fat storing capability—something you definitely do NOT want after having worked hard on your HCG diet. Agave is one and a half times as sweet as sugar, with a texture not quite as thick as honey and with a milder taste. Adapt your recipes to maintain your HCG diet success. Modifying your favorite baking recipes is a piece of cake. Here's the formula: Replace every cup of sugar with 2-3 of a cup of agave syrup, and reduce any liquids in your recipe by ¼ to 1-3 cup for every 2-3 cup of agave. And you're on your way to a little, well-earned self-indulgence. Bon appetite! http://youtu.be/7HKrakdNJn4
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HCG Quick Start: Protein Substitutions
 
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HCG Quick Start: Protein Substitutions http://amzn.to/Y6Rg8Z Click here for more information on the HCG diet: http://amzn.to/Y6Rg8Z
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The HCG Diet Protocol: The 500 Calorie Puzzle
 
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The HCG Diet Protocol: The 500 Calorie Puzzle http://amzn.to/Y6Rg8Z Click here to learn more about the HCG diet: http://amzn.to/Y6Rg8Z Countless numbers of people have successfully lost weight by following the HCG diet. The HCG diet was developed in the 1950s by a British endocrinologist, Dr. A.T.W. Simeons. It consists of taking a natural hormone and following three strict eating phases, for a total of about six weeks. The most challenging part of the diet is Phase II. The dieter is limited to 500 calories a day, with additional restrictions on what foods may be eaten and how. Phase II is such a challenge because you, the dieter, become quickly aware of how fast 500 calories of food can get consumed. One Big Mac, for example, is 540 calories, and that's with no french fries or soft drink. Phase II also provides your best opportunity to drop unwanted pounds, so it is critical to do it well. That's why planning out your diet menus a week at a time is so important. Here are the rules: 1. The HCG diet only allows you to eat one protein, one vegetable, one fruit and one melba toast twice a day. 2. You're not allowed to eat the same protein, vegetable and fruit two meals in a row. 3. You can choose to have some of your foods for between-meals snacks. 4. You are limited to 3-1-2 to 4 ounces of protein. 5. Your vegetable and fruit portions are limited too. 6. Your protein choices are limited to veal, beef, chicken breast, white fish, lobster, crab or shrimp. 7. Your vegetable choices are limited to spinach, chard, chicory, beet greens, lettuce, tomatoes, celery, fennel, onions, red radishes, cucumbers, asparagus or cabbage. 8. Your fruit options are an apple, an orange, strawberries, or grapefruit. Unfortunately, for many of us non-gourmet cooks, this often means eating the same foods day in, day out once we've figured out they fit the diet requirements. Repetition like this = boredom and feelings of deprivation = not conducive to diet success. As you can see, there are plenty of delicious, nutritious foods available to you during Phase II. Once you have the portions figured out, it becomes easier to mix and match the meal components each day to stay on track. Careful planning is the key to a successful HCG diet. It also helps you develop skills for healthy lifelong eating habits. For fast results that can have lasting benefits, the HCG diet may just be the diet you've been looking for. For more information on the HCG diet, with all the planning work done for you, click the link below in the description: http:--www.hcgdietquickstart.com http://youtu.be/_Ho8Ixb8rcI
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HCG Diet Protocol
 
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HCG Diet Protocol: What It's All About http://www.hcgdietquickstart.com/ Click here to discover more about the HCG diet http://www.hcgdietquickstart.com/ Since the HCG diet was introduced by Dr. Albert T. W. Simeons in the 1950s, countless numbers of people have successfully lost weight by following his diet protocol. What is the HCG diet? The HCG diet was developed in the 1950s by British endocrinologist Dr. Albert T. W. Simeons. Dr. Simeons identified three different kinds of fat. Structural fat protects the body's joints and organs. Normal fat is spread all over the body and serves as normal reserves of fuel for activity and maintenance of body temperature. Abnormal fat is the body's last line of defense against starvation. It is stored in your waist, hips, thighs, abdomen, and upper arms—those areas that are annoyingly resistant to change despite typical dieting and targeted exercises. After a lifetime of clinical research, Dr. Simeons was certain that the problem of obesity resided in the hypothalamus gland in the brain. His breakthrough came after studying and observing thin pregnant women on calorie deficient diets who nevertheless delivered healthy, normal weight babies. Through research, he determined this was the effect of a hormone which is naturally produced by the body during pregnancy and affects the hypothalamus gland in the brain, forcing the body to utilize the nutrients stored in the abnormal body fat. That hormone is HCG, the human chorionic gonadotrophin hormone. HCG typically comes in three forms: injections, liquid drops, and sublingual (under the tongue) tabs. To be assured of the best quality, it is highly recommended you get a prescription for it. Your doctor can also help you decide if the HCG diet is right for you. There are three phases to the HCG diet. Phase I is the Loading Phase and lasts the first two days you start taking HCG. In the Loading Phase, you try to build up your normal fat stores by consuming as much fat as you can. When done well, it reduces the hunger you may feel when you enter the next phase. During Phase II you are restricted to a 500-calorie diet. However, the HCG is causing anywhere from 1,500 to 4,000 calories a day to be released from your abnormal fat stores. Phase II ends two days after your last HCG dosage. You continue on the 500-calorie diet those extra two days to allow time for all the HCG to be eliminated from your body. Phase II typically lasts three weeks. Phase III is called the maintenance phase. Careful attention to this phase helps your body stabilize itself at your new weight, reset its metabolism, and adjust to your lower appetite. The important restriction on Phase III is no starch, no sugar. If you do gain some weight, it should be no more than two pounds. That covers the HCG diet basics. For fast results that can have lasting benefits, the HCG diet may just be the diet you've been looking for. http://youtu.be/fqjDzn2WMbQ
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Sugar Free Desserts with Stevia
 
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http://www.wheatfreesugarfree.com Sugar Free Desserts with Stevia Stevia is a natural sweetener that originated from Paraguay. It has been used for over 400 years in South America for sweetening and for medicinal purposes. As time went on, people started using Stevia as a nutritional supplement. Recent advancements have seen Stevia being used commercially as a substitute to ordinary sugar. This natural sweetener has no sugar, no calories and no side effects. That is why it is ideal for people suffering from diabetes and those who are in pre-diabetes stage, as well as those avoiding sugar for weight control reasons. The Stevia plant is said to be about 10 to 15 times sweeter than ordinary sugar. When extracts from Stevia's leaves are purified, the resulting product is between 200 and 300 times sweeter than ordinary sugar. It is important to note that the extracted Stevia must be mixed with erythritol or maltodextrin to convert it into usable form as powder or liquid. Major companies in the world have incorporated Stevia in their line of production. The Coca Cola Company uses it to make Odwalla drinks while PepsiCo uses it to sweeten SoBE Lifewater. Stevia has been greatly popular in Japan for more than 30 years. Apart from Japan and the U.S, other countries that use this product in large quantities include Brazil, China, European countries, South Korea and Australia. How does it compare to ordinary sugar? Because pure Stevia so much sweeter than sugar, you should use extremely small quantities of this product in its pure form to sweeten your foodstuffs. An alternative is to use a granulated product such as Stevia in the Raw ® from the Cumberland Packing Corporation. A combination of maltodextrin and Stevia extract, it measures cup for cup like sugar, but with zero calories. Stevia does well in baking since it is able to withstand high oven temperatures. For baking, it is important to bear in mind that Stevia is not like ordinary sugar, and too much of a good thing isn't always better. If you use too much Stevia, you may experience a bitter aftertaste although more recent production techniques have further isolated the extract to prevent this. The makers of Stevia in the Raw ® suggest substituting half the sugar in your recipe with Stevia, and reducing the pan size and baking temperature by 25 percent. They also recommend adding an additional egg white or slightly increasing the baking powder or baking soda. If you want additional moistness, applesauce or other pureed fruit or buttermilk can be added. Stevia also comes in liquid drops with a nice variety of flavoring, ranging from mixed berries to dark chocolate. A squirt of two of toffee Stevia in vanilla almond milk may remind you of eggnog, with a fraction of the calories. All the taste, none of the guilt! http://youtu.be/TF59vhvIWgY
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HCG, the FDA and You
 
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HCG, the FDA, and You http://www.hcgdietquickstart.com/ Click here to discover more about the HCG diet http://www.hcgdietquickstart.com/ HCG, the FDA, and You When you mention the HCG diet to people, you sometimes get this reaction: Isn't HCG banned by the FDA? Yes, and no. In December 2011, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) issued warning letters to companies selling nonprescription HCG for "selling drugs that have not been approved, and making unsupported claims for the substances. There are no FDA-approved HCG drug products for weight loss." The FDA press release went on to say, "The labeling for the 'homeopathic' HCG products states that each product should be taken in conjunction with a very low calorie diet. There is no substantial evidence HCG increases weight loss beyond that resulting from the recommended caloric restriction." As an informed consumer who wants to lose weight, what does this mean to you? Here are some thoughts to consider. The FDA ban specifically addresses over-the-counter and over-the-Internet HCG providers. It does not address pharmaceutical quality HCG obtained by prescription from your doctor. The FDA website, in "Questions and Answers on HCG Products for Weight Loss," has this to say about pharmaceutical HCG, which has been approved for infertility treatment: "FDA is aware that healthcare professionals sometimes prescribe prescription injectable HCG for unapproved uses such as weight loss. FDA understands that sometimes approved products are used to treat conditions that the products were not approved for (i.e., "off-label" uses). The "off-label" use of products usually presents greater uncertainty about both the risks and benefits because less information is available on safety and effectiveness." The primary issue over the HCG diet protocol appears to be the very low calorie diet (VLCD) phase. As the FDA website further states, "Consumers on a very low calorie diet (VLCD) are at increased risk for side effects including gallstone formation, electrolyte imbalance, and heart arrhythmias. A VLCD should only be used under proper medical supervision." Keep in mind that the HCG very low calorie diet phase is relatively brief—three weeks is the recommended length. Careful reading of FDA information shows that the potentially serious side effects stem primarily from long-term VLCD practice. Consulting your doctor before starting any new diet or exercise program is always a good move, especially if you haven't been dieting or exercising. Every person is different. Your doctor can evaluate your current health, your body composition, your medications if any, and your medical history to help you determine if the HCG diet with its VLCD phase is a good fit for you. The HCG diet has helped countless numbers of people take unwanted weight off and keep it off. For them, the possible risks were outweighed (so to speak) by the probable benefits. In the end, that decision is yours as well. http://youtu.be/1LWgcQDHzGQ
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HCG for Weight Loss
 
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HCG for Weight Loss http://www.hcgdietquickstart.com Click this link for more information on the HCG diet http://www.hcgdietquickstart.com What is the HCG diet all about? Learn the basics of the HCG diet eating plan, with sample menus for both Phase II and Phase III. http://youtu.be/PG4btKyyD7U
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HCG Quick Start: Vegetable Substitutions
 
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HCG Quick Start: Vegetable Substitutions http://amzn.to/Y6Rg8Z Click here for more information on the HCG diet: http://amzn.to/Y6Rg8Z
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Your Best You Yet Club Newsletter
 
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HCG Diet Success
 
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HCG Diet Success http://www.hcgdietquickstart.com Click here for more information on how to create your own HCG diet success story. http://www.hcgdietquickstart.com Hi. I'm Anne Wolfinger. And this is my hCG success story. Last year I found myself at my highest weight, and I was pretty resigned to it. You see, I've spent a lifetime of trying to lose weight, get in shape and stay that way. All I've ever wanted was to lose 15-20 pounds. Is that too much to ask? I'm active, I eat well, but I also work at a desk job. Plus my age was working against me. The pounds were slowly creeping on. And I was unhappy about it. Here's a catalog of my efforts. WeightWatchers was fairly simple with keeping track of points, but serious weight loss just wasn't happening. The Rotation Diet also worked, kind of. I still use the chicken fajita recipe from this book. By the way, these are all books I have. Body for Life I had some success with but I couldn't keep the serious exercise program going. And I'm a great exerciser. And I lost noticeable weight on a low carb diet. But couldn't hack the rather severe diet and make the transition back to fairly normal eating. I do love my bread. Did I say I'm a firm believer in exercise? I'm a fan of fitness author Joyce Vedral and have acquired a collection of her weight workout routines along with a lot of good muscle. But, you know, weight lifting can get kind of boring over time even when you try different routines. Plus, after years of doing her workouts off and on, I still looked like...this. Yikes! Then last year, in the course of one month, I talked to three friends who had lost 15-20 pounds on the hCG diet. What was this hCG thing anyway? First of all, hCG stands for a hormone called human chorionic gonadotrophin. So you can see why everyone says hCG. It was developed in the 1950s by a British endocrinologist, Dr. Albert T.W. Simeons. Dr. Simeons identified three kinds of fat. Personally, I think there are 30 and they all taste great but only two are good for you. So the first is structural fat. It provides a cushion for your joints and organs. Can you imagine walking barefoot it you didn't have any fatty cushion on the soles of your feet? Normal fat is your body's energy fuel tank. Not the quick boost of energy you may get from sugar or caffeine but the slower burning energy that keeps you going. Abnormal fat is easy to identify. It is stored in your waist, hips, thighs, abdomen, and upper arms—those really stubborn areas that seem impervious to spot exercise. When you lose weight, guess what you lose first. The normal stuff. The body hangs onto the abnormal fat as the last line against starvation, unless...you're pregnant. During pregnancy, the female body produces hCG which helps the body release the stored nutrients in the abnormal fat. When Dr. Simeons prescribed daily doses of hCG to nonpregnant clients and put them on a very limited diet for a relatively short period of time, voila! The weight came off quickly. But that's just part of the story. WHERE the weight came off is the best part. You guessed it—the hips, waist, thighs, all those fat hoarding areas. Back to me, or the me I was. You know, I can't believe I'm showing this ugly picture of me in a swimsuit I wouldn't be caught dead in out of the house. I hope you appreciate me sacrificing my pride for a good cause. You can't tell from the picture but I'm short. Which means that fat on me has less room to be stretched out. It's all there. Now, this is me six months after my hCG diet. I'm still short—darn!—but much trimmer. The weight that came off has stayed off here and here. Let's check out the side view. Here's me, before, and after. Look at the difference here. I lost fat in my thighs and butt, enough to drop one to two pant sizes. OK, enough of that. But can you tell the difference here? Or here? Now if I could just get my game in shape... And now you know why I'm a fan of the hCG diet. My weight came off quickly and in places where my body was determined to store it until I starved to death. AND, I've been successful in keeping it off with a normal, healthy diet and life style. It's pretty much silenced those pesky critical voices in my head . Been a little expensive replenishing my wardrobe but a girl's got to do what a girl's got to do. Oh, one other thing. After three months of training...I ran my first half-marathon this year. And that's my hCG success story. What will yours be? http://youtu.be/kVQAqeVcbhQ
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