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It CAN Be Simple.
There’s basically three ways you can handle Phase 3
1. the DO-ABLE WAY
Follow the 1 basic principle of Phase 3, see how it goes and be willing to troubleshoot and make corrections where necessary.
2. the BEST WAY
Be uber strict. This way will essentially take the roller-coaster feeling aspect out of P3. At least your odds of such are much lower.
All the details on how to be extra cautious in Phase 3 here.
3. the NOT GONNA WORK WAY
Don’t take Phase 3 seriously and gain the weight back. Yeah please don’t do that. If you want to hear about the time I did that, read that here.
I followed the 1st method for all my rounds (not like it was a method before since I just made it up), but if I ever did a round again, I think I have enough changes under my belt to attempt the 2nd, more detailed/cautious approach.
Since I feel many people will not have the wherewithal to be disciplined enough yet to do it the BEST way (which I include myself in that boat!), we are going to discuss the DO-ABLE way first, which is basically the 4 main bare essentials of P3 (and even then there are some caveats we will discuss).
I’ll be honest and tell you I never counted calories on P3, I never gradually introduced foods, and I experienced some major indigestion because I ate too much and too many different foods too soon, right out of the gate in P3.
Despite all this, I managed to stabilize my fat loss within a couple pounds from where I ended. Which is why this way can totally work, it’s just I think it’s a more nervewracking experience. Now we’re not confusing taking a slightly more laid back approach to P3 with actually cheating. Mark my words!
The one thing I DID do, without fail? The one thing you NEED to do in P3?
NO STARCH, NO SUGAR, NO CHEATING.
But honestly this is quite vague in it’s 6 word simplicity isn’t it?
The above sounds restrictive to the average person, but when you’re coming off of 42 days in P2 where you ate meals only large enough for a small squirrel not prepping for winter, P3 has usually plenty of elbow room – the problem is actually not that it feels restrictive but that there is seemingly so much elbow room all of a sudden that we actually find ourselves uncomfortable with it. The rules during P2 are often comforting, since we don’t really have to think much.
Suddenly in Phase 3 there are choices to make. And of course the answers matter because it may directly affect our weight, especially at the start of P3.
Does no sugar include fruits? How many calories should I be eating? What exactly does “no starch” mean anyway? Do I just increase the amount of P2 foods during P3 as some sites say? Should I do a steak day before I reach the 2lb limit because I’m getting nervous? How does dairy and nuts fit into all this? OMGoodness I gained 1lb….was it the 3 pickles I ate or the no sugar almond flour cookies?
We’ll talk about all that of course.
I think if you follow some of the advice in this series you will have a very SMOOTH P3, which means it will be less work, more successful, and less emotionally nerve-wracking, as well as you won’t have to “correct” your mistakes as much.
For some of you out there, following the more detailed P3 advice (see the BEST WAY to do Phase 3- coming soon!) may be the only way to stabilize reliably.
If you remember nothing else remember these two things:
- No starches, no sugars
- If in doubt, leave it out.
Craziness to Expect in Phase 3
Phase 3 is actually just as crazy as Phase 2 in it’s own unique ways. You know that 2lb gain you had from that “little” chocolate cheat on P2? Well these types of absurdities isn’t over just yet. The good news is it won’t last long, really!
- Expect your weight to be volatile. This is normal. It may bounce around a lot. Don’t freak out. This will settle down in the very near future. Really it will I promise. Usually around the 2 week mark of phase 3 you’ll see you’re weight start to settle in (as long as you are actually following the rules).
- Expect scale jumps if you eat non P3 foods thinking it won’t really matter that will quickly add up to pounds of fat.
- Expect to not be able to eat things at this time that you will be able to eat later. Maybe nuts aren’t treating you well in Phase 3? You may very well be able to eat them again in P4 once you are stabilized. So again, no need to panic that your choice of foods has just been drastically cut in half forever.
There are 4 Basic Rules to Phase 3.
But let’s just talk uber basics of P3 here so that you don’t fall into that NOT GONNA WORK way.
What Are the Rules?
4 Basic Rules for Phase 3
*We will explain what each of the following means below.*
- For 3 weeks following Phase 2, do not eat sugars or starches
- Keep your weight within 2 lbs* of your LDW
- If your weight goes above this, do a Steak Day
- If your weight goes above the 2lb window, start the three week P3 period over again.
Quick Serious Pep Talk on P3
Take this seriously. DO NOT BE CARELESS. Be merciless with what you don’t allow on phase 3. You’re options on P3 are much more varied than what you just completed in P2 so enjoy this variety while being cognizant of what the purpose of this phase is and why the rules in place are there.
All too often we feel like the “diet” part where we’re being very conscious and present when it comes to what’s going in our mouths ends at Phase 2, when in actuality this same presence of mind MUST continue through Phase 3 or all your hard weight loss efforts will be lost. Often we are getting rather tired of all the restrictions by the time P2 is finishing – that is fine. That’s why it’s good to not just stop having a goal at this point, but to have a shift in goals and focus. P3 is the time to nourish your body and build strength if you can.
It’s kind of like say you had a super dirty car that you just, I don’t know, took through a 10 day mud and snow expedition. When you wash the car, that’s P2. But to really make it gleam and protect it and keep it in good condition for the future, you need to wax it. P3 is the waxing phase- making all your hard efforts pay off.
P3 Rules Breakdown
What does no starches and no sugars mean?
Basically we’re going low carb here. There are either starches or sugars in: Grains, Beans, Fruit, and Starchy Veggies.
If in doubt, leave it out. You will be so glad you did this later.
What’s definitely out:
- All grains: Or what we consider to be grains because they have carbs (ie. wheat, couscous, rice even brown, barley, corn (tortillas, chips etc), quinoa, etc. It doesn’t matter if it’s sprouted (example Ezekiel bread- this contains 11-12 grams of net carbs per slice still – too high for P3 in my opinion). We can’t think about food from other diet perspectives, we have to think about it from an hCG perspective.
- Starchy veggies: Things like potatoes, sweet potatoes, yams, peas. ex. root vegetable chips, no. Sorry!
- Fruits: Some low sugar fruits like the berry family can usually be gotten away with like 1/2 cup in a smoothie, but I’d avoid most other fruits myself- fruits are high in natural fructose sugar still – not good for Phase 3 purposes. Some people do keep in the P2 fruits in P3 but I would say the vast majority run into trouble keeping fruits in.
- Beans: beans. Frijoles. Whatever you want to call them – make your chili without beans.
- Hidden Carbs:
- Milk – 12 grams of carbs/sugar in 1 cup of milk actually. Doesn’t mean you can’t have any dairy, but be aware of the type of dairy and check labels.
- Nuts – There are 20 grams of carbs in 1 cup of almonds. Doesn’t mean you can’t have them, but amounts and their resulting carb level (1/4 cup – 5 grams carbs – much better!) matter.
What if you still aren’t sure if something is a starch or carb?
Check the both the sugar and carb count on the actual nutrition label always. Labeling can be misleading and reading the nutrition facts and ingredients can quickly help you see what’s REALLY in there.
As you can see then, you won’t be just eating more of P2 foods in Phase 3. And thank goodness! I’m sure you’ve had enough of those already. Not that you can’t still eat these foods of course, but really in most cases, removing most fruits from the equation is in your best interests.
What is your LDW or LIW?
Your LDW (aka Last Day Weight) or LIW (Last Injection Weight) is your weight on the scale the morning OF your last day of taking hCG. For those injecting, it’s that last morning you inject. For those on drops, it’s the start of your last day of drops.
What LDW and LIW are NOT: This is NOT your weight on the scale the first day of P3. There is a 72 hour period of after your last dose of hCG that you do continue the 500 calorie VLCD diet. You will continue losing weight during this time most likely. You might even have a big loss the last day or two. But this is not the weight you are trying to maintain.
Saturday, morning of last injection: 156lbs – your LIW
Tuesday, 1st day of P3: 153lbs
In the example, the person lost an additional 3 lbs during the 72 hours of 500 calories as the hCG left their system. In Phase 3, you are attempting to stay within 2 lbs of your LIW only – in this example 156lbs. So you would not do a steak day until you reached 158lbs. Some mistakenly take their lowest weight on the diet, which is usually the start of P3, example 153 lbs, to maintain, then they are going to be trying to do a steak day if they hit 155 lbs, which they will most likely end up doing steak day after steak day as their body won’t want to stay here.
Most of the time we gain the losses in the last 72 hours right back in P3 – do not worry about this. Let it go.
The reason Dr. Simeons explained that it’s not good to attempt to maintain the weight loss you experienced in those last 72 hours of the 500 calorie diet is because the hCG ends up not being in full force in your system as its leaving. Now you MAY end up stabilizing lower, and if so, awesome, but the point is to really stay focused on your true LIW or there will be a lot of frustrations and struggles that aren’t necessary.
The idea with steak days is that IF you go 2lbs or more over your LDW, like your LDW is 158 and you wake up one morning weighing 160lbs, you would then fast for the majority of the day, then eat a large steak and tomato or apple for your evening meal. Drinking plenty of water throughout the idea is GREAT.
One of the things a steak day accomplishes is it creates a calorie balance. Usually if you have your weight go up (and it’s not just something like water retention from too much sodium), it means you took in too many calories/too much food. By doing a fast/steak day like this, you’re creating a balance of calorie intake over the two days. Additionally, protein is good for letting go of water retention as well.
Since weight tends to be so volatile at the start and you might get the sense is wants to move up, the steak days kind of force it back down and help you have some control over getting your body to stay in once place long enough to learn to like it.
Please note however, that there are some extenuating circumstances that you need to know about when it comes to stabilizing in the 2lb window – please see this article: Phase 3 hCG Diet Series: When to Toss the 2lb Rule Thing Out the Window
Another Phase 3 correction Tactic is doing an Apple Day – yes, the apple day which is normally done during P2! Tracy writes to me her experience with doing an apple day to lose the regained weight while on P3. Here’s what she shared:
Hi Rayzel,I’ve followed your post for the past year and I have enjoyed it. I have a revelation for a recent gain I had during P3. In the past I’ve always done a steak day, feeling that I’ll get more bang for my buck, and looking forward to having a big steak at the end of the day. Well, I haven’t had the results I wanted because sometimes I wouldn’t lose, despite the fact that I had done everything required for the steak day. This was extremely frustrating. I attributed this to menopause. Then I tried apples instead of the steak and I was stunned by the results. Because I haven’t been as careful as I should while on P3, not tracking how much I was eating, I’ve had to do several days of trying to get back down from a gain of more than two pounds. When I started doing an apple day, my weight would go down between 2 – 4 pounds! I would drink lots of water and eat 4 – 6 apples during the day. So, apples are this girls best friend!Thanks for giving me the opportunity to give my ditty on apples versus steaks????-Tracy
What Do You MEAN I have to start Phase 3 All Over Again??
K so let me ask you something.
Say your weight is fluctuating a lot for the first couple weeks of Phase 3. You are finding out that your body reacts to something like certain nuts, or perhaps broccoli, or dairy, and so you remove it and you’re making these little fine-tuning adjustments – which is great. But as a result of not knowing what your body does and does not like at first, or perhaps because you’re simply just eating too much still (I’ve TOTALLY been guilty of this MANY times), you have had to do a number of steak days and your weight is still kinda bouncy bouncy. When the end of Phase 3 comes and you’re still in this situation where you just did a steak day like 3 days ago, is it really time to start Phase 4?
Phase 4 is something to enter when your body is stable.
With that said, it’s a good idea to really keep your weight in a stable 2lb-ish range for a whole period of a few weeks. If you are finding that you’re up and down 4 lbs several times and doing several steak days, even if the “technical” time for P4 has arrive, this doesn’t mean your body is ready for it. That is the idea behind starting the timeline of Phase 3 over again from the start when you’ve had to do a steak day.
The idea is to get into a groove where you are pretty confident that the weight you woke up with this morning is the approximately the same weight you’ll wake up tomorrow, and next week. Once you feel like that, it makes sense that your body might be ready for trying out some other foods that contain starch or sugar in some form.
Are Phase 3 Rules Really that Important?
The reason that what we are about to discuss is so important is that I’ve found weight to be very volatile when you first get off P2 and it requires that you take some special measures in order to help your body get comfortable at this new weight.
Think about it- you just lost, most likely 20-30lbs- in just a few short weeks. A drastic change just happened in your body that wasn’t slow and gradual. Your body has been operating differently than it normally does during this time- instead of getting all it’s calories for functioning from food, it’s been getting the majority of it’s fuel from your fat- it now has to switch back to food as a main fuel source, which in itself I’m sure is quite easy, but to make that switch without gaining weight seems more involved.
Whatever you decide to do, remember it is only for a few weeks- not a lifetime. Making your stabilization phase go smoothly and successfully is worth keeping out a few things as necessary so that you can eat them and keep your new body at the same time later!
But if you get overwhelmed and discouraged, in the end, keep in mind you can still boil it down to this: NO STARCH, NO SUGAR. If you are up for a little more detail and instruction, the rest of this info could prove very helpful to you.
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How do I calculate how many calories I should be eating during Phase 3?
I have been doing well on Phase 3 – I am two weeks in and have not gone over the 2lb mark. But Today I weighed in at 2lbs under – what do I do? I have not been Hungary and I am eating plenty within the guidelines
Hey kamm! You are saying you are 2 lbs less than our LDW right? I haven’t found losing in P3 to be an issue for people. As long once you start having a stable weight you are still eating properly, it hasn’t seem to make a difference when your weight becomes stable whether now or in 3 weeks. I hope that helps!
I’m on day 29 and I only have a couple days left of my drops (stalled or very little movement the last 6 days with 0 cheats the whole way except I was using Vaseline the last week which makes me think that was wrong) TOM is coming soon but not here yet. I’m 5’4″ 155 so have more weight to loose but with stall, tom coming is it better to give up now and go to P3 or do the last three days on my drops. Do I stay on 500 calories through my TOM since I’ll still have hcg in system?
Kathy Berry says
Thank you so much for this! I wish I would have had this information four years ago. I had lost 100 lbs partly low carb and partly HCG. When I got to P3 I had no idea what to do. After I ate a few almonds I gained 7 lbs overnight. I tried doing steak days but could never maintain the correction because I really didn’t know what to eat. So, I spiraled into a depression and a 6 month long binge. Ultimately, I gained ever bit of it back! After watching several of your videos, I decided to take the plunge and start again. I am on R1P2D2 and feel anxious but motivated because of you. Your videos have given me the confidence of knowing what to do. THANK YOU!
What are your thoughts about transitioning from P2 into a strict Ketos based diet (high fat, low carb, moderate protein)? I’ve seen others do it with success, but I’d like to get your views.
I want to know the answer to this to please
I want to know the answer to this to please
Can anyone answer this? Keto is so popular now I’d like to know tips on transitioning into it from HCG, thanks!!
This is Cristel, Rayzel’s assistant. Nice to meet you! 🙂
Ketogenic diet is a low-carb, but no set amount of calorie intake can consume each day. While the hCG is a very low-carb , low fat diet. hCG-ers only need 500-calorie per day.
They are pretty much the same concept of low-carb though ketogenic requires very high fat content which would mean higher calorie intake. Many people do this – we’re not so sure how but we surely recommend to finish all the phases of hCG especially phase 3 stabilization before moving on to a higher calorie diet.
Hope that helps!
Phaedra Russell says
P3 is no sugar no starch with caloric intake no less than 1200-1500 calories. Please know that keto IS NOT unlimited calories. There is no diet or way of life that unlimited calories works for weight loss or maintenance. Keto caloric intake depends on your size just like any diet. The primary difference is higher healthy fats. You are incorporating more fat into your diet with keto. Please hcgchica explore this for your readers. I have done hcg and lost 92lbs with no weight return for 7 years. My lifestyle is keto and has been for 3-4 years and Atkins prior to that. My experience is that you basically exchange your increased carb intake for gradually increasing fat. The first few weeks of p3 is your body adjusting to increased calories. Then once you have adjusted to thus you can slowly add fats.
HCG Chica you are heaven sent. I wish I would have know about you before I did the program through a random place from a male that couldn’t possible know what I was going through urgggghh… The phase 2 portion is very similar but on the meals it doesn’t say you can eat crab and lobster, Oh how I wish I knew I could eat that, it might have made things so much easier. Believe it or not I wanted to cheat and give up the whole time as I was craving all the carbs that I would normally eat and I was SOOOOOOOOOOOOO hungry the whole time. I suffered through it didn’t cheat and tried to just ignore the hunger pains. Now that I know what the program consists of I’m going to do another round. This week will be week 3 which is supposed to be my maintenance week that I completely blew due to STRESS and traveling. I didn’t eat sugar but I did eat carbs like bread (which we know turns into sugar) and I ate some starches (pasta, rice ect.). I gained 3.5 lbs which isn’t bad but I didn’t loose all that I wanted to loose. I did the 23day plan and I lost 17lbs. I still wanna loose 10-15 more. My question to you regarding the “steak day” this site is the first I’m hearing about it and I don’t eat beef so is there anything I can substitute? Also this Thursday the 29th will be the end of week 3 is it to soon to start another round?
hcgchica's helper says
I heard others eating chicken – skin included.
Here’s how long you should take a break from hCG:
Hope that helps!
Rebecca Jean Wirth says
Hi HCG Chica!
Do you have an outline or example of foods to eat on P2, The Best Way?
hcgchica's helper says
You can see the Approved P2 food list here:
Rebecca Wirth says
I made a big “oops” on my last question, sorry! I asked about P2 food lists, but I really meant P3! I’m trying to find the P3 food list – “The Doable Way”.
hcgchica's helper says
I will email you the list.
I’d love the do able phase 3 list too!
Im already up 4 pounds on day 10 of Ph3 ????
Feeling lost and unsure of what I need to do next. I did a steak day yestdy and today. Hopefully it will reboot me!!!
Hi HCG Chica, and thank you for all of your videos and articles. I’ve had a very successful R1 of injections and am now in the Maintenance phase for six weeks before I begin R2 of injections. I have done plenty of reading and feel I’m doing things 100% correctly for my food list, but I have added daily walking/jogging to my program. What can I expect from this? Is it too much to ask for -10 lbs weight loss during this six weeks? Also, can I continue this daily routine on R2 of injections? Anything I should be warned about? I know you are a vlogger/blogger and not a physician but through your videos and writings, I would appreciate and respect your opinion. You have been so helpful and inspirational to me in this journey and new lifestyle – and overall goal of me being the best version of me I can be. Thank you in advance. – Tony
Astrid Sørensen says
How many calories are you allowed to eat in phase 3 ?
Christina G. says
Okay, so I had my first day on phase three and picked at some brownies and had some crackers and nuts. I have been doing orange ice and stevia smoothies and also with strawberries and spinach stevia smoothies. I guess I cheated alot. What do I do now? How do I rectify today?
I have been out of P2 for 3.5 wks and I was doing awesome, lost two pounds right away, and basically ate Atkins with zero weight gain. So just a few days ago I stopped weighing myself everyday because I wasn’t fluctuating more than 2/10’s of a pound (from lowest weight) and I wasn’t worried about it (didn’t change diet, stayed in P3/Atkins mode) then TOM rolls around and I weigh myself today, 3 days in, and I’VE GAINED 5LBS WTF. Doing my first steak day today…few more hours to go before I can eat lol…praying I get back to where I was so happily maintaining for the past few weeks. So mad at myself for not weighing everyday now, hoping its not too late…
Agreed @Joseph Dickerson
Hi, I’m going to start phase 3 in feb. I am also going on vacation the second week of feb. My dilemma is that I will not be able to not have some carbs. Can I off set this by doing exercise? Any suggestion is appreciated. Thx
Elisabeth Bottom says
I would love an answer to this! Starting phase 3 in 2 days and next weekend I have a wine tasting party i was invited to. If I exercise that morning will it help offset the wine tasting? 🙂
Yes, that could help, also if you are counting calories, then you could allow for the calories of the drinks wanting to be consumed as part of that day’s intake.
Hi! My wedding will be the weekend of my first week of phase 3, I really want to have a few cocktails and try some bites of the delicious food we have been planning for over a year! Will that be ok or am i setting myself up for failure and just prepare to not have any alcohol, and not taste my wedding cake? 🙁 which is just depressing! I dont want a whole piece of cake but would like a bite! Feeling a little stressed over this as its something ive been planning for so long and wish i knew of these drops soonner so I could be in phase 4 by now! Any thoughts/help is much appreciated!
Sorry I never saw this @debbiepedersonnuez:disqus – for everyone else reading, my answer is I personally would. 🙂 I have to have cream in my morning black tea or I actually get a tummy ache- I only use about 1-2 tbs. total though, so for me that seemed to be fine.
Jacqueline Yen says
What is the affect of antibiotics during maintenance?
Hi @jacquelineyen:disqus you know I don’t spefically how it affects it – it’s not ideal I think ,but if you have to you have to- I’d definitely down the probiotics during that time to help prevent sugar cravings from coming on while on the antibiotics.
Antibiotics are given to
animals to make them fat. I would stay away from antibiotics unless you really
don’t have a choice. Using them for acne or a cold is a bad idea (and it won’t
help your cold anyway). Probiotics won’t reverse the damage done by antibiotics.
I’m ON the HCG diet because of the weight I gained when I was given antibiotics
for acne. http://www.nytimes.com/2014/03/09/opinion/sunday/the-fat-drug.html
Denise Maione says
You are like a little energizer bunny! Thanks so much for taking so much of your time to inform ,encourage and keep all of us on track!! I truly would have not gone the while 40 days without checking in here daily yes daily !!
I’m about to start my 3 days of no drops then ph 3 feeling more confident as i constantly check your site for more info
I used to juice daily 1 only consist of spinich kale half apple 1 carrot and 1/4 beet lemon and ginger wheatgrass
What are your thought about me adding one a day during ph 3.
I also ate for breakfast daily for 3 months prior to HCG a plant based protein shake with water alittle almond milk 30 cal for 8 oz I used 4 oz and a few berries and flax seeds is this ok on ph 3?
My other meals lunch and dinner always grilled fish or chicken with clean salad or allowed veggie.
I did this plan coupled with. Spin 4 x a week for 4 months and lost 15 PDs
Did HCG and lost 16 more in 40 days.
May do another round in 6 weeks as my goal was 130 and I’m 142.
Any feedback welcome 🙂
I’m sorry I never replied @denisemaione:disqus – I’m so glad to hear my blog has that been that key to your motivation on this diet – that’s one of the biggest reasons it exists. Did you end up using the juice you suggested on P3? I’d be curious to hear how it went. If I were giving advice on it, I couldn’t say for sure of course, but I’d probably suggest waiting till after the 1st or 2nd week of P3 to try this, but I could be wrong. The shake you mention sounds fine though. I hope you are well!
Angela Linzay says
Hello. Do you have a video for the Best Way to do phase 3? I just saw the doable way. 🙂
Tonia Sellers says
What can u do instead of steak day if u don't eat meat? I heard u can do 10 egg that day any style
Is it possible to continue to loose weight on P3 as opposed to just maintaining?
I kind of think so. I know originally the protocol mentioned to not
lose weight, but I’m having a hard time seeing the logic in that if you
are really dedicated and continuing to lose. I think at SOME POINT
creating a nice little set point is a great idea, but I don’t see why
that can’t come later when you are more at a weight you want to stay
at. I hope that helps Jeanine!
Joseph Dickerson says
I actually discussed this matter with my physician, its actually possible to lose more weight during Phase 3, but that is not the purpose of Phase 3, the purpose of Phase 3, is to stabilize your weight, to make sure the weight you are at is stable, that it does not fluctuate due to occasional excess, losing additional weight in Phase 3 would defeat the purpose. I would be better to stabilize in Phase 3 before attempting to lose more weight, at least that would be my own personal opinion on the matter. I also think too much weight loss can be unhealthy, and even too much weight loss can be often be cosmetically detrimental, I have seen some extreme weight loss on actors like Jake Gyllenhaal and Matthew McConaughey and they just did not look healthy.
Rayzel HcgChica says
Hey Paty- thanks for sharing your experience! Wonderful wonderful. Yes that's why I want to have few articles showing a couple different approaches, because I too managed to stabilize out fairly well without having to be so strict, but I have seen this doesn't work for others, so cool to have these optons open and find out which type of body you have to deal with :)- Thanks for commenting!
Paty Maciel says
I just started p3 a week ago, ate a LOT on my first day (no sugar and starches), but I did eat a lot of protein, fat, fruit, greek yoghurt, I even made chocolate! I went crazy, really. I gained 800 grams the next day (2 pounds = 900grams), I decided not to panic and see how it went the next day. So, next day I'm down 300 gr. Stayed there for 3 days, and then woke up to 500 gr less. So I am only 100 gr (3.5oz) above my LDW for the last 2 days. I am loving the food choices on P3, and I am not counting calories at all.
Rayzel HcgChica says
I'm sure you could. I certainly love roasted chicken. Protein days can be great for correcting.
Brenda Aguero says
So…do u ever do a roasted chicken for correction