Hi everyone. I started the hcg diet this past Saturday. Today is my 2nd day on the 500 calories. Yesterday I was so hungry all day so I tried to space out my fruits and melba toast to get me through the day. Today I felt great all day until after I ate lunch. It is 4pm and I am STARVING. I am thinking maybe I am not eating enough? I am not sure.? I am little confused on what I should be eating.?
Question....if I make a salad can it be lettuce, cucumbers, tomatoes all in the same salad? From what I have been reading I am not supposed to mix?? Am I wrong? Also I didn't realize it was 3.5 oz of veggies and protein. I thought it was just 3.5 oz of protein then you are to eat veggies.
I think I am having a hard time because I am a breakfast person. I have been eating my lunch fruit as my breakfast. For lunch I made the Crab Bisque recipe which was fantastic. It says it is 1 protein and 1 vegetable so that is all I had for lunch and 1 piece of melba toast....is this right?
Any help is appreciated.
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