HCG 2.0 Measure Protein Options in Calories Rather Than Grams


Look at it this way- If you were shopping for a bracelet and your jeweler offered to set your precious stones in 100 grams of gold or 100 grams of copper, you’d be a fool not to choose the gold, right? For the same expense, gold has tremendously more value. The two metals may in fact weigh the same, but they’re not remotely equal. The same can be said for the protein options on the traditional hcg diet. You’re allowed 100 grams of protein per meal. You may eat an equal portion size of fish one day and beef the next, but the caloric value is quite different. With beef, you’re getting roughly the same amount of protein you would in fish (value), but with almost triple the calories (expense). That’s not smart shopping. So why not make the two food items “equal?” By equal, I mean equal in calories. Two-hundred grams of white fish is roughly equal to 100 grams of chicken, which, in turn, is equal to about 80 grams of beef. If you’re a beef eater, this news may be upsetting, but it’s probably time to consider eating more fish. There are plenty of varieties, experiment until you find something you like; and give it some time. Taste is an acquired sense. hcg diet protein calories

HCG 2.0 uses precise food chemistry, which was primitive at best when the traditional HCG diet was originally developed to provide a wider selection of HCG protein options, while also increasing portion size of items higher in nutritional value, but void of empty calories that only contribute to weight gain. For more information on the protein options on the HCG 2.0 diet, click here.

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