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Top 3 HCG Diet Dessert Recipes

YourHCG.com releases the top 3 dessert recipes for people on the HCG diet. When on a diet of any kind, most people immediately write off desserts. While on the HCG diet though, desserts are part of the plan and a necessary ingredient to make sure things don’t get stale.

Your HCG Owner Jamie Edmund wrote, “Many of our customers are surprised when they hear that the HCG diet has dessert recipes included. We have a community of over 52,000 on our facebook discussions page swapping recipes and talking about tips and tricks. Recently, we published a comprehensive HCG diet book with over 100 recipes to help you meet your weight loss goals.”

When the HCG diet is mentioned, people are concerned how they’ll be able to curb the sugar craving. The sugar craving is usually what has caused most people to get into the mess they are currently in. While the HCG diet only allows Stevia for sweetener, there are many healthy alternatives for desserts that you can have while on the HCG diet. Below are the top three recipes from the book Your HCG Diet Recipes and Tips: A HCG Guide for Success which can be purchased at YourHCG.com and on Amazon.

JAMACIAN GRAPEFRUIT
½ grapefruit
Cinnamon
1-2 packets of Stevia

Using a serrated edge knife cut grapefruit in half and place on a microwave safe plate. Cut around center core, rind and partitions. Sprinkle with cinnamon and stevia. Bake in the oven at 350 for 10 minutes.

STRAWBERRY SORBET
Handful of strawberries
Juice of 1 lemon
Stevia
Water

Freeze strawberries for about 1 hour. Blend strawberries, lemon juice and Stevia in a blender until very well blended. You can serve immediately or place in freeze to allow it to firm up.

WARM CINNAMON APPLE
1 apple
Cinnamon to taste
Stevia to taste

Cut one apple in half and sprinkle enough cinnamon on the apple to completely cover the exposed tops. Place them on a cookie sheet and bake for 10 minutes at 350 or until soft.

When a customer purchases an HCG diet plan from YourHCG.com, they receive a supply of homeopathic HCG drops, industry specific information on HCG weight loss, meal plans, recipes, email and phone support from health coaches who walk them through the process and a lot more.

YourHCG.com also has over 52,000 facebook fans and 7,000 twitter followers that participate in lively discussions, contests, and get support and encouragement from the YourHCG.com health coaches.
About Your HCG: YourHCG.com utilizes the highest standards to compliance protocols as well as manufacturing Kosher and Organic products. They implement high quality standards for the manufacturing of the remedies in strict accordance with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States (HPUS). Utilizing a time tested process; YourHCG.com rely on over 20 years of experience in the nutritional supplements to produce top quality products.

Visit www.yourhcg.com or call 877-748-2709 for more information.

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One Comment

  1. By: Deborah

    on: December 10, 2010 . Reply

    I am purchasing my first 30 day supply of pills on Monday 12/13/10 from a distributor. My question is will I receive email and phone support,recipes and meal plans? Or should I just purchase them from this site?

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