Alright! Today is Day 7 of my Prescription HCG weight loss system (that’s if you are counting the loading days at the very beginning of the program). I feel like I’m doing pretty good.
I have lost a total of 6 pounds since the diet began. So that’s pretty dang close to the promised 1 to 2 pounds per day average that the company promotes.
I got up this morning and weighed myself first thing. I found out I had gone down again. Yesterday I went up by just one single pound. (Dang it!) Today I’m weighing in at 162 pounds. So that’s lovely. I went up one pound yesterday, but today I’m down two pounds. So it’s almost like I didn’t go up yesterday at all. Right?
And after today’s loss…I’m at the one pound a day average that I wanted to aim for.
I injected the Prescription HCG and took my B-Total that came with my Prescription HCG weight loss system first thing after I got off the scale. (I’ve been keeping my scale right underneath my bed. It all started when I noticed my 9 year old daughter was getting obsessed with weighing herself throughout the day. I didn’t like my sweet little girl to stress about her weight so I moved the scale).
I’m not sure if that was a practical reaction or not, but it just seemed like she really didn’t need to stress about it; especially because she’s an adorable, skinny little gal.
Regardless of why…I like that the scale is underneath the foot of my bed. It’s handy.
It’s so easy to whip it out first thing in the morning and weigh myself. I haven’t forgotten yet. And I figured I would forget sometimes because I’m definitely the forgetful kind. I’m not that big on the whole “daily routine” thing that people are always bragging about and saying is so wonderful. It sounds a bit boring to me.
Today I made the Turkey burgers that are in the cookbook. It’s basically ground turkey and green onions mixed together before you cook/grill them. Then you use lettuce as a bun. And you’re probably getting tired of hearing it, but it was terrific! It might be my favorite of the recipes so far that I’ve pulled from the cookbook.
With the turkey burger I had half a grapefruit. I have Stevia to use for sweetener, but it happened to be sweet enough on its own. I like to get the pink ones so I don’t always need to add something to make it sweet enough to eat. I definitely have a sweet tooth.
That night I had leftovers for dinner. I finished off the chili from the other day (with crackers and apples on the side). It was still really tasty. And it was simple. My kids liked it, too. They can be kind of picky about trying new things so that was extra exciting. I guess they couldn’t tell the difference between regular Chili and HCG approved Chili. I didn’t expect them to…it’s really very good.
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