Triumph HCG Diet Drops › Forums › HCG Diet Plan Questions › Phase 1 of hcg diet plan This topic contains 1 reply, has 2 voices, and was last updated by Andrea 1 year, 2 months ago. Viewing 2 posts - 1 through 2 (of 2 total) Author Posts October 15, 2017 at 6:40 am #16184 SamanthaParticipant What are the rules for Phase 1 of hcg diet plan? As per the book we can eat anything but wouldn’t it be better if we loaded up on good fats especially when you are trying to lose weight? If so, what are the list of fatty foods that we can implement? Thanks October 27, 2017 at 9:07 am #17341 AndreaParticipant Dr. Simeons recommended the following ideas: Bacon Bread with thick butter and jam Eggs Fried meats (particularly pork) Mayonnaise Milk chocolate Pastries with whipped cream sugar If you note, most of the foods are high in fat, but some are also high in sugar content. A Sample Diet for a Typical HCG Loading Day First in the morning, weigh yourself and then take the first dose of hcg. Then begin with the loading foods. Breakfast: Spread fatty cream cheese onto a bagel. Cook bacon, sausage and then follow it with a ham & cheese omelet. Midmorning Snack: Spread whipped cream on a donut, or you can also get one from Krispy Kreme. Add some strawberries if you feel like you can fit them in. Lunch: Have a pork chop as the main dish with a baked potato and sour cream on the side. Try a roll with butter and/or some veggies with plenty of butter. Afternoon Snack: Ice cream with Oreos. You can also get a large shake from your favorite fast food place. Dinner: Cheesy garlic bread. Salad with avocado and full-fat dressing. Indulge in scrumptious Cheesecake for dessert. Late Night Snack: You can have more ice cream, a frozen cappuccino, or a bag of potato chips. Then go to bed and look forward to your next HCG loading day. More Ideas Many of the HCG diet food lists focus completely on the 500-calorie phase. In fact, they ignore loading completely. This list is the perfect example of standard HCG diet plan. avocados beef pies cakes candy bars cheese burger butter guacamole hamburgers pizza pork pot pies cookies corn dogs doughnuts french fries fried chicken butter cookies rich sauces whipped cream gravy hot dogs hot fudge ice cream macadamia nuts macaroni and cheese Mexican food milk shakes nuts olive oil onion rings peanut butter heavy cream sauces pies potato chips chocolate rice Author Posts Viewing 2 posts - 1 through 2 (of 2 total) You must be logged in to reply to this topic.