How to Eat HCG Meals When You Go out to Eat

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You love going out to eat. However, you also hate going out to eat — not because the food isn’t good but because a lot of the food isn’t good for you.

If you’re on the HCG diet, you’re likely having a hard time finding healthy food items that will work with this unique diet. The great news? You don’t have to try to figure it all out on your own.

Here’s a rundown on how you can stick to your HCG diet when you want to go out to eat by choosing the right HCG meals.

Let’s get started!

Core HCG Diet Tips

When you go out to eat, you can’t go wrong with salad if you’re on the HCG diet. Specifically, look for salads that come with grilled steak or chicken breast. However, avoid salads with mixed vegetables, such as tomatoes, spinach salad, or mixed greens.

If you plan to enjoy some tea, coffee, or sparkling water with your dinner, be sure to bring some stevia packets with you as well. Stevia is a much healthier alternative to sugar considering that it features no calories.

Also, if you can, stick to restaurants that label themselves as “natural” or “organic.” If you do this, you will decrease your chances of getting processed vegetables or meats.

As a general rule of thumb, you should also try to avoid most gravies and sauces. Along the same lines, be conservative when using condiments and salad dressings. If possible, try to use oil and vinegar dressing, although you should stay away from balsamic vinegar in light of its sugar content.

HCG Meals to Try at Various Restaurants

Here’s a look at various HCG meal options that may be worth trying at certain restaurants.

  • McDonald’s: a grilled chicken patty and a side salad with nothing but lettuce
  • Burger King: a salad with grilled chicken
  • Texas Roadhouse: grilled steak medallions with lettuce or asparagus
  • Applebee’s: half of a beef filet with lettuce or steamed asparagus
  • Panera Bread: steak or chicken with Romaine lettuce that is plain
  • Outback Steakhouse: beef steak with tomatoes or asparagus that has been steamed
  • Macaroni Grill: chicken breast that has been grilled, as well as lettuce, tomatoes, or steamed asparagus

How We Can Help

In addition to offering tips about HCG meals to choose at restaurants, we offer a number of products designed to help those going on an HCG diet.

For instance, in our online store, you can find bacteriostatic water, which is necessary for administering HCG, an injectable hormone.

You can also find a convenient-to-use HCG bacteriostatic water mixing kit. This kit is designed to make it easy for you to mix HCG in an affordable, fast, and easy way.

Get in touch with us today to learn more about how our products can help you to make the most of the HCG diet this fall.

Chicken & Tangy Sauce for Phase 2!

Yes, I said SAUCE!

Ok, it’s not gravy-type sauce, but it is yummy flavor for your chlicken. Here’s what to do:

-Cut your chicken breast into cubes. (Remember to weight your chicken before starting. 100g if you’re following Dr. Simeons Protocol)

-In a medium saucepan, add the following:

-1/4 cup water

-2tbs (ish) Vinegar (Pick your favorite – I like white balsamic vinegar or white wine vinegar for this)

-1 packet PureVia or Truvia (if you use them), or a pinch of pure Stevia. (I use just a little bit on the end of a teaspoon.)

-Salt & Pepper to taste.

Cover. Cook over medium heat until chicken is cooked through. Stir occasionally. Remove lid, reduce heat to medium-low, and cook uncovered until almost all of the liquid has evaporated. STAY WITH IT! This dish will go from delicious to disaster in seconds.

Once the water has almost completely evaporated, let it cook a little longer (30 seconds or so) until the liquid looks thick and coats the chicken. Serve Immediately.

This recipe can also be done with beef. Just use balsamic vinegar for the lighter vinegars.

Feel free to add different spices and seasionings to make the dish your own!

Enjoy!!!