Fatty Foods For HCG Diet Phase 1

Fatty Foods For HCG Diet Phase 1

Fatty foods for HCG diet phase 1 are good. In some people, losing weight through exercise and diet is not enough because of their slow metabolism, the ability of the body to burn fat or even hormonal imbalance. For this reason, the use of HCG shots is helpful for them in making their weight loss program more productive with visible and almost instant results. On the other hand, to make these shots work more effectively, you must also reinforce the hormones with the right diet. This also includes food that contains fat.

Yes to Fatty Foods 

eating sweets

Some people associate fats with weight gain or even cardiovascular disease, but some natural fats are not only healthy but also good for your HCG shots.

  • Pumpkin Seeds: A quarter cup of pumpkin seeds has nearly half of the suggested daily magnesium consumption, which is responsible for a wide range of important physiological functions. They also deliver a nutrient-packed crunch, providing protein, fiber, omega 6 fatty, magnesium, and other vitamins and minerals. Pumpkin seeds also help you sleep better at night as they are rich sources of tryptophan, an amino acid that converts into serotonin, which in turn is converted into melatonin, the sleep hormone.
  • Olive Oil: Each tablespoon of olive oil is packed with 10 grams more of healthy monounsaturated fat. It is found it lowers your total cholesterol and LDL levels and may help normalize blood clotting. Studies also show that olive oil may also reduce cardiovascular risk factors by decreasing plasma triglycerides, total and low-density LDL, platelet activation, inflammation, and oxidative damage, as well as increasing high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol and antioxidant status. Aside from lowering your body’s cholesterol levels, olive oil is also packed with antioxidants. Research suggests that olive oil helps the body secrete more insulin, a central signaling molecule in the body that controls metabolism.
  • Salmon: This is packed with omega-3 fatty acids that are important in cardiovascular health and has been proven to protect the body against heart diseases, decrease the risk of arrhythmias, lowering triglycerides, and lower blood pressure. To get the best benefits, it is recommended to eat two servings weekly. 
  • Dark Chocolates: An ounce of dark chocolate counts as one serving of 9 grams of fat. About half of its fat content is saturated, but it only has healthy nutrients–vitamins A, B, and E, calcium, iron, potassium, magnesium, and flavonoids.
  • Avocados: This has 3 grams of monounsaturated fat and 0.5 grams of polyunsaturated fat per 1-ounce serving. It also contains antioxidants, fiber, and nearly 20 different vitamins and minerals.
  • Eggs: A whole egg has 5 grams of fat. Eggs are a good source of choline which is an important B vitamin that helps regulate the brain, cardiovascular system, and nervous system. Just keep in mind to moderate egg consumption to improve heart health.

One of the effects of HCG shots is a reduced appetite. Consume food that is not just healthy but also energy-packed. It’s important to remember that not all fats contain harmful cholesterol. Making the right food choices will not only make you feel satisfied with your diet, but you will also feel fuller, healthier, and happier. 

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