May 2, 2020 at 4:17 pm #329
There is only a short list of supplements that we are allowed to take while on the HCG diet. This is to make sure that the supplements won’t interfere in the HCG’s task of getting rid of those abnormal fats from your body.
According to the article HCG DIET APPROVED DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS, the different phases have different allowable vitamins and minerals for intake. The different supplements are as follows:
PHASE 1 deals with cleansing and preparation of our body. This can be done by increasing our water intake to wash away toxins. Tea can also be drank for detox, and apple cider vinegar may be mixed onto your salads.
PHASE 2 is when you need to avoid supplements unless really necessary so as to achieve the maximum possible healthy weight loss. You may take supplements if you constantly feel tired during this phase. POTASSIUM for normal function of your organs, and MAGNESIUM to regulate bowel movement, may be taken.
PHASE 3 allows the same vitamins from P2 – potassium and magnesium. In the event that you feel more tired at this phase as your body adjusts to the absence of HCG in your system, you may take more supplements such as VITAMIN B COMPLEX for energy boost, and VITAMIN D if you’re unable to have adequate sun exposure or if your physician prescribed it to you for bone health.
PHASE 4 is the maintenance phase wherein you are allowed to take supplements such as Vitamin A to fight and restore damaged cells, and Vitamin C to boost your immune system and rid your body of toxins.May 15, 2020 at 1:33 am #445
Should I be taking a vitamin? I’ve lost a total of 23lbs in 17days and would just like to be sure that my body still gets the vitamins it needs. Thanks to anyone who would give an insight.May 15, 2020 at 2:23 am #446
My doctor advised me to stop taking all vitamins during P2 since I have Vitamin B12 mixed in with my HCG shots. I think the fruit and veggies are already enough to give you your needed vitamins.May 15, 2020 at 2:28 am #447
Hmmm.. Interesting perspective..May 15, 2020 at 2:46 am #448
That weight loss looks great Martha! You’re averaging more than a pound per day..
Heidi is right, the components of the 500-calorie diet is enough to nourish your body for proper functioning. Also, Dr. Simeons’ manuscript mentioned that every time we lose a pound of fatty tissue, only the actual fat is melted off. All other vitamins, proteins, and minerals contained in that fatty tissue in abundance are circulated back into our bodies so we need not worry about being deficient. Vitamin supplementation is done only if you can’t function normally and your doctor decides that your the body really needs more of it.December 15, 2020 at 4:01 am #851
This is not specifically about vitamins but about doing detox. I was advised that detox baths is beneficial when done during the protocol. Any suggestion of detox plans that can safely be used with the diet?December 15, 2020 at 4:06 am #852
Nice plan. I was able to read an article that provides a detox plan. It tells you what you need to do for the detoxification process and also the ingredients and recipes for the detox. You could check the article: https://www.hcg-injections.com/hcg-diet-detox-tips/December 15, 2020 at 5:06 am #859
Thank you for sharing the article. It was definitely very informative. Now I’d just like to know if I can still make use of lavender oils when I do detox baths in P2? This lavender oil is very relaxing and this has been a staple in my bath even before I planned to do the HCG diet.December 15, 2020 at 5:28 am #860
If you love lavender, instead of using essential oils, use lavender leaves in your bath. You could also try to make use of mint leaves. It is very relaxing! =)June 9, 2021 at 8:37 am #1053
I read somewhere that Vitamin B complex triggers your hunger. So I don’t think it’s good for people on the HCG program.June 25, 2021 at 9:05 am #1074
Yes, it does. It could, but not everyone experiences it.
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