800 Calorie hCG Diet

HCG 800 Calorie Diet Menu Plan


Breakfast Options:

  1. 1 Cup of cereal (110 calories per cup: Special K, Total, Cheerios or Chex,1 ½ cup puffed rice) and ¾ cup skim milk
  2. 1 egg with 2 slices toast (Sara Lee 45 calorie bread)
  3. 1 hard-boiled egg with low fat yogurt.

Alternatively you may have your fruit portion from lunch for breakfast and then use the two slices bread from option 2 to make a sandwich using 5oz of thinly sliced meat for lunch.

Lunch Options:

  1. 5 Ounces of protein (weigh before cooking or use the palm of your hand for size and thickness) from Group #1, 1 vegetable portion from Group #2 or a salad, and 1 fruit from Group #3

Dinner Options:

  1. 5 Ounces of protein from Group #1, a side salad (use Waldon Farms or Maple Grove Farms Balsamic Vinegar 0 calories), 1 vegetable portion from Group #2, AND 1 fruit portion from Group #3.

How to Arrange Your Meals:

As long as you don’t add any additional foods or combine multiple meals together (i.e. skipping lunch and having it in addition to breakfast or dinner) you may choose whatever foods within a given group to fill your needs or wants.  There is some exceptions to this, please check the group’s information section to see what exceptions may apply.

You can move types of food around such as in the breakfast example of swapping the bread with fruit from your lunch.

Seasonings and Condiments:

  • Spices may be used.
  • NO Fat, OIL or BUTTER may be used.
  • Any type of vinegar, lemon or lime may be used liberally.
    • Although it is preferred the juice not be more than would be found in a lemon or lime per day.
  • Tabasco, soy sauce, picante sauce, horseradish are allowed in moderation. Just make sure there is no sugar in the ingredients.

FOOD GROUPS

  • Group #1 - The protein group contains the following choices.
    • Note that the use of red meat, tuna, or 4 oz Salmon is limited to three times weekly.
    • All visible fat must be removed before cooking and the meat must be weighed raw.
    • Meats must be cooked without additional fat or oils.
      • You may use Pam or similar spray OR I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter spray only
    • Meats can be grilled on a George Foreman grill, baked or broiled. .
  • Group #2 - The vegetable choices.
    • You may use one cup fresh, frozen or canned vegetables.
    • ½ cup of corn, green peas, or carrots may be used once per week.
  • Gruop #3 - Your fruit choices.
    • Only fresh or frozen fruits may be used. NO CANNED FRUITS ALLOWED.

Here are the food groups in a table to make it easier to read:

Group #1 Group #2 Group #3
White Chicken Greens Apples (average)
Blue fish Cucumber Peaches (large-4 per week)
Sirloin Spinach Cantaloupe ½
White Fish Broccoli Strawberries (12 large)
Crab Lettuce Plum (large-1 per week)
Venison Yellow Beans Orange
Tilapia Celery Raspberries (3/4 cup)
Turbot Sauerkraut Nectarine
Ground Round Bell Peppers Blueberries (2/3 cup)
Clams (10) Green Beans Blackberries (2/3 cup)
Veal Chops Turnips Grapefruit ½
Haddock Cauliflower Pineapple (1/2 cup)
Orange Roughy Endive Pear
Tuna Tomato
Filet Mignon Mushrooms
Rabbit Cabbage
Oysters (10) Radishes (15)
White Pork Onion
Sea Bass Bean Sprouts
Lobster Summer Squash
White Turkey Eggplant
Flounder Asparagus
Monkfish Brussels Sprout
Roast  
Ocean Perch  
Shrimp  
Catfish  

23 thoughts on “800 Calorie hCG Diet

    • Unfortunately I haven’t found any other diet plans for HCG I heard of a few variations but those were specifically from a doctor who’d prescribed HCG and I wasn’t given enough detail to recreate the plan.

  1. I’m on the 800 calorie diet and I was just wondering if it was ok to eat broccoli, and all thiose other vegetables you put on there

    • I did the 500 calorie diet and ate broccoli and cauliflower mixed. I lost 50 pounds the first time. Im now on it again so it is ok to eat broccoli. If you could go download dr simions pounds and inches book it will help out alot.

    • Based on what I’ve read it varies. Some say 1-2 cups of black coffee is okay, this is because the caffeine can help with fat burning.

      As to diet pop/soda I’ve never seen a plan that says it’s okay despite being 0 calorie drinks. That applies to artificial sweeteners as well. Also something to consider in some people artificial sweeteners can cause weight gain, this is either because of how their body handles the sweetener or the person over indulging. Just a bit of caution to consider if you choose to go that route.

      As to water it depends on what you’re doing throughout the day but it should be at least 100 ounces a day.

    • Both add calories and olive oil while one of the healthiest fat options still adds fat so you’ll likely reduce your results. If you do go this route you’d have to make adjustments in other areas of the diet which doesn’t leave much room for adjustments.

  2. Hi !
    im doing the hcg diet for a week now
    on the 500 calories.
    just wanted to know if i can change the diet to 800 calories in remaining time.
    is it going to effect my weight loss?

    • There will be a period where the weight loss will seem to pause as your body is readjusting to the extra calories.

    • You can switch for sure you might stall.for a couple days but you will level.out to end up losing the same amount of weight or more

  3. Was just wondering about having salad, my salad consists of lettuce, tomatoes. Cucumber, onions etc, so is this right or does it mean something else?
    Thinking this 800 might be better for me than the 500, was finding it very hardto do & stick to.
    Thanks
    Jo

  4. DINNER DUDE in Houston offers terrific compatable hcg meals. I’ve been on hcg for a week, and I couldn’t do it without them.

  5. Don’t follow this plan it’s north the right one cereal is not allowed at all on this diet. I have followed hcg for years and this is completely wrong nice try this one is a scam people.

    • I’m sorry Tracy, you might not realize there is more than just 1 variation of the HCG diet. While the variation you are/were on may not allow cereal that doesn’t mean other variations don’t either. Did you know there is a Mediterranean version of the diet? I’m still trying to get the full plan as the person who had lead me onto it decided not to continue the plan due to not liking Mediterranean food and the doctor had only given her the first week’s worth.

      Before crying out “scam” you may want to do your due diligence.

  6. I am type2 diabetic on insulin since Christmas 2014 and was reading an article from
    The UK that said an 800 calorie diet for 8-20 weeks could
    Cure the diabetes. I worry if it is safe to use this diet.

  7. I usually have one whole grain 100 calorie Thomas English muffin for breakfast. Could I substitute that for the 2 pieces of 45 calorie sara lee bread and not have the egg for my breakfast option?

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