I cannot tell you how HAPPY I was to finally be able to resume eating breakfast last week (it’s been 5 weeks)!
Now that I’m in P3, I’m tracking my daily calories based on my last dose weight (LDW) to make sure I maintain it until I begin another round of hCG. [Taking breaks between rounds is thought to be necessary to stabilize the weight, resist/prevent hCG immunity, and give the body a break from the very low calorie days (VLCDs).] What you’re trying to do is get your body to reset itself to remember this weight and not steer more than a few pounds away from it. (So far so good, because I have actually stayed at or under my LDW in this first week on P3.) Continue reading
This post is about my personal experience as I come toward the finish line of Round 1, Phase 2 of the hCG diet, which I just learned about a month ago, even though it’s not some new fad.
The hCG Protocol
I believe that my body is the temple where the Holy Spirit dwells in me, but it’s been over a year since I treated it that way. I rarely get manicures, massages, or even go to a professional to get my hair “done” these days. And I certainly haven’t been taking good care of my inner health, either.
Posted in goals, health, journaling, personal growth, slice of life
Tagged changing your mind, determination, hCG diet, health, staying the course, weight loss, weight management
Since my last goal call 2 months ago, I’ve accomplished a lot.
I have submitted my book to a publisher and it was accepted! The editors at Brown Books Small Press were pleased with my manuscript and followed up with a publishing proposal
, which I accepted. I have been requesting endorsements from friends, colleagues, and a few celebrities in the meantime. For those of you who don’t know, my book is a self-esteem/memoir book to empower teen girls to celebrate their uniqueness and use the good sense God gave them. It touches on aspects of every day life for them. Continue reading