So…how do you keep the weight off? Over the past year, I have had a large number of friends, associates, and clients who have lost weight on the HCG diet. Unfortunately for most, they gained all or most of the weight back. Many of them even added a few additional pounds. On top of this, studies have shown that individuals that try to do the HCG diet a second and third time are not getting even close to the same results as the first. I heard one lady say that if she could lose 30 pounds for one month, even if the weight came back on, she would be happy. Her comment just boggled my mind. Unfortunately, that means most people are in starvation mode on calories a day for any length of time.
The following information is for educational purposes only. We have developed something better and easier: WAYT-less! You deserve pat on the back and a high five! Without a doubt, we know it’s been a long road, but we hope a great learning process as well. So, at this point, technically the diet is over. Phase 2 and 3 are done with, and you’re onto the maintenance part. And hey, if you’re new to the HCG diet, or you’re just starting, or even if you’re considering giving it a try, listen up! You will need this info.
That said, the HCG Diet makes it easier for dieters to lose weight and to maintain their weight loss. To maintain your weight loss, exercise is extremely important, especially after the diet is finished. After the diet ends, increase your exercise and monitor your calorie intake. Ensure your weight stays within the 2-pound range of your last dose weight. This means that your weight stays within 2 pounds of your weight right before the diet ended. Exercising the recommended amount is all you need to help you stay on track. Generally, you should get at least 30 minutes of exercise 4 to 5 times per week. The HCG Diet is the starting point for a healthier diet and lifestyle. You can, however, gradually add back the starchy vegetables and whole grains you had to give up in Phase 3 of the diet. To remain healthy, you must eat healthy foods.