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    Samantha
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    What are the variations included in the HCG diet 2.0 Food List? Can anyone be specific about it or at least provide an example? Thanks.

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    Haley
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    The best part about 2.0 food list is you can eat more which is great for those who feel that 500 is too low for their body. Also, it contains a good amount of proteins that will help you to maintain good energy levels.

    Here is the HCG 2.0 food list along with calorie count.

    FISH (avg 98 calories)

    Cod (3.5 oz) – 83 calories
    Crab Meat (3.5 oz) – 100 calories
    Flounder (3.5 oz) – 90 calories
    Haddock (3.5 oz) – 88 calories
    Halibut (3.5 oz) – 110 calories
    Lobster (3.5 oz) – 98 calories
    Red Snapper (3.5 oz) – 110 calories
    Shrimp (3.5 oz) – 110 calories
    Tilapia (3.5 oz) – 94 calories

    Very Lean Beef (avg 152 calories)

    93/7 Lean Ground Beef (3.5 oz) – 150 calories
    Cube Steak (3.5 oz) – 160 calories
    Sirloin Tip Side Steaks (3.5 oz) – 130 calories
    Top Round Steak (3.5 oz) – 166 calories
    Tri-Tip Steak (3.5 oz) – 154 calories

    Chicken Breast (3.5 oz) – 87 calories

    Veal (avg 114 calories)
    Veal, sirloin (3.5 oz) – 110 calories
    Veal, loin chop (3.5 oz) – 117 calories

    VEGETABLES (avg 18.8 cal)

    Asparagus (3.5 oz) – 20 calories
    Asparagus (2″ tip) – 1 calories
    Asparagus (small spear) – 2 calories
    Asparagus (medium spear) – 3 calories
    Asparagus (large spear) – 4 calories

    Broccoli (3.5 oz) – 34 calories
    Broccoli (1 cup – 88g) – 30 calories
    Broccoli (5″ spear – 31 g) – 11 calories

    Celery (3.5 oz) – 15 cal
    Celery (medium stalk) – 6 calories

    Cabbage (3.5 oz) – 24 calories
    Cabbage (1 cup shredded) – 17 calories

    Cauliflower (3.5 oz) – 22 calories
    Cauliflower (1 cup) – 28 calories
    Cauliflower (3 flowerets) – 12 calories

    Cucumber (3.5 oz) – 12 calories
    Cucumber (small) – 19 calories
    Cucumber (medium) – 24 calories
    Cucumber (large) – 34 calories
    Cucumber (English long) – 60 calories

    Lettuce, all varieties (3.5 oz) – 20 calories
    Lettuce, all varieties (1 cup) – 8 calories
    Lettuce, all varieties (small head) – 32 calories

    Red Radishes (3.5 oz) – 12 calories
    Red Radishes (one medium) – 1 calories

    Spinach, raw (3.5 oz) – 20 calories
    Spinach, raw (1 cup) – 7 calories
    Spinach, frozen (3.5 oz) – 23 calories
    Spinach, frozen (1 cup) – 41 calories
    Spinach, cooked (3.5 oz) – 31 calories
    Spinach, cooked (1 cup) – 48 calories

    Tomato (3.5 oz) – 20 calories
    Tomato (cherry) – 3 calories
    Tomato (plumb) – 11 calories
    Tomato (small) – 16 calories
    Tomato (medium) – 22 calories
    Tomato (large) – 33 calories

    FRUITS

    Apple (small) – 55 calories
    Apple (medium) – 72 calories
    Apple (large) – 110 calories

    Orange (navel) – 69 calories
    Orange (Florida) – 65 calories
    Orange (California) – 59 calories

    Strawberries, 12 large – 72 calories
    Strawberries, 20 medium – 80 calories

    Pink Grapefruit (California) – 92 calories
    Pink Grapefruit (Florida) – 74 calories

    BREAD

    Grissini Breadstick (3 g) – 12 calories
    Melba Toast (3 gram) – 12 calories
    Melba Toast (5 gram) – 20 calories

    WHITEFISH LIST

    Ayr
    Cat Fish
    Cod
    Coley
    Dover Sole
    Flounder
    Flying Fish
    Haddock
    Hake
    Halibut
    Hoki
    John Dory
    Kalabasu
    Lemon Sole
    Ling
    Monk Fish
    Parrot Fish
    Plaice
    Pollack
    Pomfret
    Red & Grey Mullet
    Red Fish
    Red Snapper
    Rock Salmon/Dogfish
    Rohu
    Sea Bass
    Sea Bream
    Shark
    Skate
    Tilapia Turbot
    Whiting

    Now the above hCG Diet Foods list with calorie counts does not include any sauces, salad dressing or butter. It is best NOT to us sauces such as barbecue sauce, A-1 Steak Sauce, etc., on meats nor any salad dressings on salads or butter on vegetables.

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