September 5, 2017 at 1:38 am #359JenBella NovaKeymaster
We have had several people ask about being on our hcg patches long term as in 5-6 months so will give some detailed information here:
I have trialled several people over the past 6-8 months who used the patches continually, as in they never went off the diet. No stabilization, re stop/start, just ongoing without a break. We had a different diet to the normal hcg diet and the results were fantastic.
Everyone lost inches and fat, we ignored the scales. NOTE: it takes some people a week to adjust to this diet but after that they feel totally amazing – everything in the body and mind improves.
Every one went through detox as they stopped eating meat etc. but once over that they felt astoundingly healthy.
Start point: Start the hcg diet via our hcg patches as per your included instructions and stay on that diet for the 3 weeks. Then change to the following diet and just stay on it as long you you need to.
Long Term Nova Diet: 4th week and ongoing for as long as you like, while you use the Nova HCG Patches:
Note this diet has been put together by the Nova Clinic, trialled over 8 months and it will give you ALL of the nutrients you need to be healthy, active, lose weight ongoing and not be hungry.
You will get enough protein, iron, fats, calcium, vitamins and minerals. All vegetables, legumes and fruit give you all of the nutrients you need. And no starches are NOT fattening, are full of vitamins and minerals, are a vegetable and they fill you up.
The only thing you may want to do is have use our 12 Vitamins B’s patch as well [wear one a week, or for 3 days only, ok to miss a week] as Vit.B12 is the only thing this diet does not give you.
NO – Avocados, sugar, junk food, fats, all oils, nuts and seeds, butter, protein powder, coconut, olives.
Cut out completely for now, you can pick up later if you really want to – dairy products which include all cows milk and products, cream, cheese, cow-milk yogurt, butter, ice cream.
Cut out or make very minimum – all meat, all poultry, all fish.
DO eat –
Tons of all vegetables including potatoes, sweet potatoes, all colour vegetables [especially green leafy vegetables and green beans] in large quantities. Greens the biggest share.
Garlic, spices, salt & pepper.
Rice, brown is best.
Fruit, any fruit 2-3 pieces a day.
Non-dairy yogurt if desired.
Rice cakes and/or real wholemeal bread. Rolled oats.
Cans ready cooked, or home made beans and legumes.
Mashed potatoes – use some of the water they are cooked in to mash [as that is full of vitamins] use a little rice milk and salt & pepper. Rice milk is the closest to cows milk in creamy texture and taste – and its a real food that you can use and it wont make you fat.
Butter replacement – to use a little butter on your bread use nutalex (by butter in supermarket fridge). Be sensible only use a little.
Baked potatoes, sweet potatoes and vegetables
Rice and stir fried vegetables
Home made humus – no tahini added.
Note: Beans, legumes and lentils, no more than 1/2 cup per day total.
Have three meals a day, with eating starches you will not be hungry between meals and you will look forward to all meals.
SCOUR the internet and utube for diet recipes with starches, beans and lentils, and vegetables – tons of variety – you will find your favourites.
There are even great deserts using beans that taste like chocolate cake. Read all labels if you buy canned make sure there is no oil.
An example of what I eat in a day (Jen Nova)
Breakfast: Bowl of fruit salad
Snack : Brownie made of black beans – yum.
Lunch: Large bowl of home made Vegetable soup and 2 pieces of wholesale toast or stir fry vegetables and rice.
Dinner: Very large plate mashed potato and four types of vegetables – steamed.
It takes a little time to get this all together so be patient with yourself. There were 18 of us on the long term trial and we all lost fat and inches from all of the body – every one was different so there are no set time frames so no stress.
Its a way of life that works, is easy and love the mashed potato, lol.
Blessings & Good luck – Jen Nova
Nova Clinic Team
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