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    Samantha
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    Hello All,

    Looking for phase 3 and 4 hcg diet food list. Thanks a ton. 🙂

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    Alyssa Vicens
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    Since fish, poultry and meat does not contain any sugar or starch, you can indulge in them freely but make sure you stick to loads of vegetables especially ones with low starch or sugar. Even fruits need to be scrutinized for sugar/starch content.

    Fish include –

    Flounder
    Herring
    Salmon
    Sardines
    Sole
    Tuna
    Trout
    All fowl including:
    Cornish hen
    Chicken
    Duck
    Goose
    Pheasant
    Quail
    Turkey
    All shellfish including:
    Clams
    Crabmeat
    Mussels*
    Oysters*
    Shrimp
    Squid

    *Oysters and mussels contain high carbs so limit to about 4 ounces per day. All meat including:

    Bacon*
    Beef
    Ham*
    Lamb
    Pork
    Veal
    Venison

    Eggs are a great addition & recommended by Dr. Simeons at Phase 3. You can certainly try eggs in the following style such as-

    Deviled
    Fried
    Hard-boiled
    Omelets
    Poached
    Scrambled
    Soft-boiled

    Limit yourself to 3-4 ounces of cheese per day.

    Vegetables: have 12-15 grams of net carbs per day

    Alfalfa sprouts
    Argula
    Bok choy
    Celery
    Chicory greens
    Chives
    Cucumber
    Daikon
    Endive
    Escarole
    Fennel
    Jicama
    Iceberg lettuce
    Mushrooms
    Parsley
    Peppers
    Radicchio
    Radishes
    Romaine lettuce

    Slightly high in sugar/starch but certainly add nutrients and variety to your daily foods. Stay within the 12-15 grams of net carbs

    Artichoke
    Asparagus
    Artichoke hearts
    Avocadoes
    Bamboo shoots
    Broccoli
    Broccoli raw
    Broccoli rabe
    Broccoflower
    Brussels sprouts
    Cabbage
    Cauliflower
    Swiss chard
    Collard greens
    Eggplant
    Hearts of palm
    Kale
    Kohlrabi
    Leeks
    Okra
    Olives green
    Olives black
    Onion
    Pumpkin
    Rhubarb
    Sauerkraut
    Peas with pods
    Spaghetti squash
    Spinach
    Summer squash
    Tomato
    Turnips
    Water chestnuts
    Zucchini

    Salad Garnishes

    Crumbled bacon
    Hard-boiled egg
    Grated cheeses
    Sautéed mushrooms
    Sour cream

    Herbs and Spices (should NOT contain any added sugar)

    Basil
    Cayenne pepper
    Cilantro
    Dill
    Garlic
    Ginger
    Oregano
    Pepper
    Rosemary
    Sage
    Tarragon

    Salad Dressings

    Blue cheese
    Caesar
    Italian
    Lemon juice
    Oil and vinegar
    Ranch

    Fats and Oils (1 tablespoon only)

    Butter
    Mayonnaise (No added sugar)
    Olive oil
    Vegetable oils – Labeld “cold pressed” or “expeller pressed” are very much good and olive oil is considered one of the best.
    Canola*
    Coconut – I recommend Tropical Traditions for their quality
    Walnut
    Soybean*
    Grape seed*
    Sesame
    Sunflower*
    Safflower*

    *Do NOT allow any oils to reach high temperature when cooking. You can use olive oil to sauté only. Use walnut or sesame oil to dress cooked veggies or salad, but not for cooking. You may put coconut oil in your tea or coffee or fry your meat in it. You can also include them in fruit smoothies or protein drinks.

    Artificial Sweeteners

    Splenda
    Stevia liquid
    Saccharine
    Truvia
    Beverages
    Clear broth/ bouillon (no sugar content)
    Club soda
    Cream, heavy or light
    Decaffeinated or regular coffee and tea*
    Diet soda (Note the carb count)
    Flavored seltzer (No calories) DEFINITE MUST-BE
    Herb tea (without added barley or fruit sugar added)
    Water – at least 2 liters per day which include Filtered water, Mineral water, Spring water and Tap water

    Remember moderation is the key for healthy weight loss and healthy life thereafter…

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