How to Maintain your Weight Loss after the HCG Diet

Keeping the weight off can be as difficult as losing them but with the HCG Diet, keeping them off and maintaining them can be easier. If the scale starts to tip in the wrong direction, these simple tips will do the trick. These tips will help you make long-term weight management easier.

Maintain a healthy diet

Embrace a healthy and balanced diet plan that focuses on fruits, vegetables and lean protein. Again, the HCG Diet is like a ladder to healthier food choices and healthy eating. You can’t simply go back to your old eating habits if you want to keep the weight off for good. You need to make a long-term change. To remain healthy, you must eat healthy foods. You need to eat foods that give you better metabolism and more energy so you can exercise and even have the ability to lose more weight. Continue drinking plenty of water. Resume taking your vitamins and nutritional supplements. Eat high fiber foods every day. Boost your diet with omega 3 fatty acids. You can even have a glass of wine provided that you do not eat starchy foods.

Keep your stress level low

Stress is one of the major causes of weight gain that you often ignore. Stress can cause hormonal changes in your body which can lead to excessive eating, emotional eating and more. To avoid weight gain after the HCG Diet, keep your stress level minimal.

Get enough exercise

Exercise is vital but then again, there is no need for you to do a hardcore cross fit. Pick a physical exercise that you enjoy. Jogging, walking, stretching out, yoga and even housework are some of the activities that you can do to help you maintain your weight. Get at least 30 minutes of exercise 4 to 5 times a week. As you increase your exercise make it sure that you also monitor your calorie intake. Stay within the 2-pound range of your last day weight.

When you sense that you have added on further weight, you can go back to the maintenance phase of the HCG Diet to shed the excess weight before it gets to be an issue again. OR if you need to lose more pounds again, you can always do another round.

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  • Hazel Rogers

    It’s been more than 3 weeks since the end of phase 2 but I think I messed it up. I had gained more than the 2-pound allowance allowed by the protocol and this started since the start of the 3rd week of phase 3. Nothing seems to work in fixing the plateau. Can I just start on a new round?

  • Jan Marie Luna

    Since you are still on P4 now, it would be best to simply finish your phase 4. You only have about 2 weeks more anyway. It is essential that you follow the 6-weeks rule between rounds to avoid HCG immunity on your next round. This will also allow your skin to slowly shrink back so that you wouldn’t have to suffer from excessive skin sagging.

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