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HCG Diet Shopping List

HCG Diet Shopping List For Dieters 

Your HCG releases HCG diet shopping list and tips. One of the great things about the HCG diet is that there is no guesswork for what you can and can’t eat. Dr. Simeons made a very easy to follow diet protocol that doesn’t contain any exotic, or even expensive, items.

HCG Diet Shopping List:

- Chicken (boneless and skinless)
- Fish (crab, shrimp, tilapia, cod, etc.)
- London Broil, Round Roast and Veal
- Lemons
- Apples
- Oranges
- Strawberries
- Grapefruit
- Cabbage
- Asparagus
- Cucumbers
- Radishes
- Onions
- Celery
- Tomatoes
- Lettuce
- Spinach
- Melba toast and/or Grissini Breadsticks
- Stevia (check the ingredients for anything ending in –ose, maltodextrin, etc.)
- Apple Cider Vinegar
- Green Tea
- Letter scale for weighing food
- Digital scale for weighing yourself
- Water bottle (so you know how much water you are drinking daily)

Your HCG owner Dan Edmund said “Some people find it hard to go the grocery store while on the HCG diet. There are a lot of temptations around every corner of the store. A lot of food companies are using preservatives that are less expensive for them, but they can damage your body. One of these is high fructose corn syrup. Dr. Simeons diet protocol helps you get away from these products.” Below are a few tips to help steer clear of unhealthy food at the grocery store.

Steer clear of unhealthy food at the grocery store – HCG Diet shopping list:

- Make a list of exactly what you need before going to the store. This will help you remember exactly what to buy. Do not stray from this list.
- If you cannot go to the store without avoiding temptation send someone else. If you have a friend of spouse that will go for you, this is ideal.
- Use fresh spices and herbs. In the produce section, you will find an array of fresh herbs and spices, both organic and non-organic. This will take away the temptation of going down the baking aisle.
- If the season is right, take your grocery list to the local farmer’s market. You can find a great assortment of fruit, vegetables and even meat. The great thing about a farmer’s market is the prices are usually less expensive than your local grocery store. In this case, you can actually speak with the farmer to see if their product is organic, or if there are any added ingredients. We hope this post on the HCG diet shopping list helps you meet your goals!

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15 Comments

  1. By: bernice spinaio

    on: May 9, 2011 . Reply

    please send me ,email,the new weight tracker tool and the hcg diet shopping list and tips.

  2. By: Alexis Harper

    on: May 23, 2011 . Reply

    Please send me the hcg diet shopping list and tips

  3. By: Vicky

    on: June 10, 2011 . Reply

    Please send me a list of the approved products that I am able to use. ie hand cream etc.

  4. By: Jesse

    on: July 26, 2011 . Reply

    All of the items requested are available on our members only site after purchase.

  5. By: JOYCE

    on: August 20, 2011 . Reply

    I am ready to start diet and have misplaced the printed diet plan, how can I go about getting a copy

  6. By: elaine

    on: September 24, 2011 . Reply

    Somewhere I’d read there was a tool we could download to track our meals. I attempted to download, but my computer does not recognize the software required. Is there a way this can be emailed to me, as an open document or using some other file form?

  7. By: vicky hinchman

    on: October 30, 2011 . Reply

    i have received 2 bottles of your product,and have not received any diet plan or any other information.so far your product is not working for me and i am watching what i eat.

    • By: Jesse

      on: November 2, 2011 . Reply

      Hi Vicky,
      Make sure you access the members-only section of our website which will provide you with all the tools you’ll need to be successful.

      http://www.yourhcg.com/members/

  8. By: Tycee Smith

    on: December 30, 2011 . Reply

    Can you send me some easy meal tips an shopping list starting in january

  9. By: Anonymous

    on: January 10, 2012 . Reply

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  10. By: Margaret Harris

    on: January 12, 2012 . Reply

    Wow! The new website is nice but I can’t find the parts of the site I used before. I am looking for the suggested diets for part one and two and the foods I can use on each phase. Bernie Taylor and I have bought quite a few bottles of HCG from you and continue to think that this is the only diet that works for either of us. Do we need a member account to find additional information and recipes or am I looking in the wrong places?
    Thank you.

  11. By: tia

    on: May 30, 2012 . Reply

    I’ve purchased drop from this website a couple years ago. I’m starting again now with drops I’ve had saved. I cannot log into the members only page no matter what I try. I’ve tried trie

    • By: Sadie

      on: May 30, 2012 . Reply

      Tia – You should receive an email within a few minutes with a password reset from WordPress. Your username is your email address. If you have any other questions, feel free to call or chat with us :)

  12. By: christina

    on: June 19, 2012 . Reply

    I have recieved my hcg drops but have not recieved an email with my username and password to access the members only site. i would really like to get this information as soon as possible. thank you in advance.

    • By: Sadie Salazar

      on: June 19, 2012 . Reply

      Christina – I have sent you an email from WordPress that will reset your password for you. You should be able to log in once your reset your password. If you still are not able to, call us at 877-748-2709 or chat with us at www.yourhcg.com. :)

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