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Phase 3 Healthy Morning Foods

Posted by 6/06/2020 0 Comment(s) Food, HCG,Weight Loss

Having a good breakfast during phase 3 of the HCG diet is the perfect start to your day. Starting your P3 day with a healthy breakfast can curb cravings and help keep you full until lunchtime with minimal snacking. A well-balanced breakfast will provide you with the energy you need and will prevent you from overeating throughout the day.

Consuming the wrong foods can amplify your hunger and cravings and can derail you from your weight loss goal before you even know it. So forget the doughnuts or your favorite drive-thru for your breakfast meal and start your day right by having a nutritious and well-balanced phase 3 breakfasts.

HCG diet approved breakfast foods for Phase 3

  1. Eggs

Eggs are breakfast staples since time immemorial and there’s a good reason for their continued presence in our meals. Eggs are a true powerhouse of nutrition. It is an excellent source of protein and other essential, healthy nutrients including the fat-burning choline. One large egg has 70 calories with 6 grams of protein and 164mg of choline. Choline is essential to human health.  It plays a vital role not only in the brain and spinal cord but as well as during weight loss. Choline’s action in the prevention of excess fats in the blood is linked with a greater satiety level.

Thanks to the high protein content, when consumed during the breakfast, eggs can boost your weight loss result by reducing your appetite. Studies have shown that consuming eggs for breakfast reduces your caloric intake the next meal and maintains your blood sugar and insulin levels.

  • Coffee

The smooth and delicious blends of coffee seductively charm you at the start of your day. Coffee is your wake-up call. It contains a natural stimulant called caffeine that gives your day an energetic start.

Coffee works well with your morning meal. It will not only make you alert but it will improve your mood, attention span, and mental performance so you can perform better on a long task.  

  • Yogurt

Greek yogurt to be specific makes an excellent addition to your breakfast foods in phase 3. It is recognized as nutrient-rich, low energy-dense food. It delivers a hearty chunk of protein in every serving making it an ideal food for breakfast on the HCG Diet. The protein and healthy fat composition of Greek yogurt have been associated with decreased hunger and food intake plus a lower risk of weight gain. Yogurt can help you stay full for a longer period of time.

  • Cottage Cheese

Cottage cheese is another fantastic breakfast food that you can have on phase 3 of the HCG Diet. One cup of cottage cheese provides a remarkable 25 grams of protein. The high protein content of cottage cheese and the conjugated linoleic acid increases your metabolism which helps in weight loss. It produces the feeling of fullness by decreasing the hunger hormone ghrelin. You can use cottage cheese to your scrambled eggs to make a creamy yet delicious low-carb breakfast or add some chopped nuts or berries and ground flaxseeds to make it even more nutritious.

  • Green Tea

Green tea is a great option for your morning drink. Unlike coffee, green tea contains L-theanine amino acid that enhances mental alertness and attention and will sustain your energy for several hours.

It’s one of the healthiest beverages on the HCG Diet that you can have not only for breakfast. Green tea has been a topic of a number of studies and has shown to help encourage weight loss. It’s good for the heart, discourages cancer and diabetes. 

  • Oatmeal

It’s one of the best breakfast choices for cereal lovers. Oatmeal is made from ground oats that contain the unique fiber known as beta-glucan which provides a wide range of health benefits. The fiber content of oatmeal helps promote the feeling of fullness while the antioxidant content protects the fatty acids from becoming rancid as well as aiding the heart health and decreasing the blood pressure.

  • Flaxseeds

Flaxseed is HCG diet-friendly food for breakfast. It’s incredibly healthy and rich in fiber like oatmeal. The fiber content of flaxseeds helps create a feeling of fullness even for several hours after eating. It reduces blood sugar levels and helps improve insulin sensitivity. Two tablespoons of flaxseeds contain 4 grams of fiber and 3 grams of protein. You can try adding some flaxseeds to your breakfast yogurt or cottage cheese.

  • Protein shake

Replacing your morning meal with a protein shake is a great high-protein, low-calorie breakfast that helps stabilize your blood sugar level and promotes fullness. One scoop of protein powder per shake contains 25 grams of protein. There are several types of protein powder but choose the whey protein as it is absorbed most quickly by your body. Unlike other protein powder, whey protein reduces appetite the most. In addition, it can help preserves muscle mass during the HCG Diet.

  • Berries

All kinds of berries are an excellent way to start your day. Berries are delicious, nutritious, low in calories, and high in fiber. It’s packed with a disease-fighting antioxidant called anthocyanin which protects the heart and may help you age better. Blackberries contain an impressive 120 grams of fiber per cup while raspberries provide an impressive 8 grams of fiber for every cup. Eating your berries with cottage cheese or yogurt is a good way to start your breakfast.

  1.  Nuts

Nuts are a great addition to your breakfast foods during phase 3 of the HCG Diet. Nuts are filling and may help stabilize your weight on phase 3. It’s nutrient-dense and has shown to improve heart health, reduce inflammation, and insulin resistance. You can top your cottage cheese or your yogurt with berries and two tablespoons of chopped nuts.