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HCG Diet Myths: Number 8


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Myth #8: Not eating a good breakfast is just not healthy.


No breakfast whatsoever, except for coffee, or tea is consumed during the HCG True Diet. We all know of those who emphatically state that “breakfast is the most important meal of the day.” The reality is that this old wives’ tale is simply just a myth. It’s the total amount of calories ingested in a 24 hour period of time that is more important. The method or timing of ingesting them is variable and may not be a significant factor.

Large breakfasts are, in our opinion, a vestigial outdated meal that is left over from the days when most of us were farmers. We needed to have a hearty breakfast early in the morning to work in the fields. However, nowadays, most of us don’t work out in the fields. Thus, the need for us to have a large food/calorie load in the morning is just not necessary.

Myth #1: A 500 calories a day is detrimental to your health.

Myth #2: Not enough protein is ingested on a low calorie diet.

Myth #3: The HCG low calorie diet is a muscle wasting diet.

Myth #4: You don’t consume adequate energy calories for your body’s needs on the HCG Diet.

Myth #5: This diet is contrary to medical advice.

Myth #6: You don’t eat enough fiber on the diet.

Myth #7: Doing 500 calories a day for the rest of your life is impossible.

Myth #8: Not eating a good breakfast is just not healthy.

Myth #9: The HCG Diet is just another “fad” diet that won’t work long term.

Myth #10: The medical establishment is against using this diet.

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