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HCG Diet Experts Reveal why 800 Calorie Plan is Better than the 500 Calorie Plan

May 21, 2012

The 800 calorie diet is a recently developed option for HCG dieters. With the 800 calorie diet, dieters experience less side effects, hunger pains, and are allowed more daily exercise.

Orem, UT (PRWEB) May 21, 2012

EZ Wellness LLC has recently revealed why dieters would choose the 800 calorie HCG plan over 500 calorie plan.The HCG diet often contains recommendations for individuals to eat 500 calories each day. HCG diet experts have started to suggest individuals eat 800 calories per day instead, contradicting the old thought processes. While both diet plans are seriously restrictive, experts say the 500 calorie diet is nearly impossible for some people to follow through with.

The diet employs the human hormone HCG or Human Chorionic Gonadotropin to help convert the body´s stores of fat into usable fuel, resulting in rapid weight loss. In fact, many individuals have experienced weight loss of between 1 and 3 pounds per day. While many individuals completed the diet consuming only 500 calories, experts are now touting the benefits of the 800 calorie plan.

“With 800 calories, dieters can be a little more relaxed with what they´re eating,” says Dave Sherwin, owner of http://www.hcgezdrops.com. “It gives them the freedom to choose additional foods that can stave off hunger, and keep them motivated. With the 500 calorie diet plan, too many dieters feel deprived, which can lead to failure on the diet.”

For a typical 500-calorie day, individuals might have black coffee for breakfast, then 100g of meat at lunch or dinner with one serving of vegetables, one serving of fruit and one breadstick. This can leave individuals feeling rather deprived. For a typical 800-calorie day, individuals can add to their meat portions or vegetable portions, or have small snacks after lunch and after dinner. This enables individuals to feel fuller for a longer period of time, so that they´re less likely to give up on the diet and binge eat.

The diet is considered relatively safe, because the HCG converts the stored fat in the body into usable energy. This adds an additional 2,000 calories each day to the 800 calorie diet, so that individuals are not starving their bodies, simply using the stored fat that exists within the body rather than outside sources of calories. The diet is typically done for one month, and then a resting period occurs where the dieters eat whatever they want aside from processed sugar, white flours, and starches like potatoes.

Some individuals have reported losing tremendous amounts of weight while on the HCG diet. In fact, there have been reports of weight loss up to 40 or 60 pounds in one month. The individual results will vary since not everyone loses weight at the same speed and not everyone will react to the diet in the same way. During the diet, individuals are not permitted to have condiments, sweeteners (other than the all-natural sweetener Stevia), starches or white flour. They are encouraged to have plenty of vegetables, fruits and lean meats.

To learn more about the HCG diet and how the 800 calorie plan works effectively to help individuals lose weight and keep it off, readers are encouraged to visit http://hcgezdrops.com/hcg-diet/hcg-1-2-3-diet-menu

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