While on the HCG Diet Here is a list of drinks that you need to avoid. This is not a complete black list. If your desired drink is not in this list then check to see if contains sugar. Find out how many calories it contains. You need to keep 500 calories a day in mind. If your drink contains Splenda, Sweet and Low, or artificial sweeteners then avoid them they are a large contributing factor as to why your need to follow this HCG diet protocol in the first place .
Stevia is a sweetener That is allowed with HCG Diet
Sugar Equivalent: 30 Chewy Chips Ahoy Cookies In terms of saturated fat, drinking this Cold Stone catastrophe is like slurping up 68 strips of bacon. Health experts recommend capping your saturated fat intake at about 20 grams per day, yet this beverage packs more than three times that into a cup the size of a chipotle burrito. But here’s what’s worse: No regular shake at Cold Stone, no matter what the size, has fewer than 1,000 calories. If you must drink your ice cream, make it one of the creamery’s” Sinless” options. Otherwise you’d better plan on buying some bigger pants on the way home. TOP
Smoothie King Peanut Power Plus Grape (large, 40 fl oz) 1,498 calories, 44 g fat (8 g saturated), 214 g sugars
Sugar Equivalent: 20 Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups If Smoothie King wants someone to blame for landing this high on our worst beverages roundup (and truth be told, its entire menu is riddled with contenders), the chain should point the smoothie straw at whichever executive came up with the cup-sizing structure. Sending someone out the door with a 40-ounce cup should be a criminal offense. Who really needs a third of a gallon of sweetened peanut butter blended with grape juice, milk, and bananas? Sugar-and-fat-loaded smoothies like this should be served from 12-ounce cups, not mini kegs.
McDonald’s Triple Thick Chocolate Shake (large, 32 fl oz) 1,160 calories, 27 g fat (16 g saturated, 2 g trans), 168 g sugars
Sugar Equivalent: 13 McDonald’s Baked Hot Apple Pies There are very few milk shakes in America worthy of your hard-earned calories, but few will punish you as thoroughly as this Mickey D’s drive-thru disaster. Not only does it have more than half your day’s caloric and saturated fat allotment and more sugar than you’d find in Willy Wonka’s candy lab, but Ronald even finds a way to sneak in a full day of cholesterol spiking trans fat. The scariest part about this drink is that it’s most likely America’s most popular milk shake. TOP
Così Double Oh! Arctic Mocha (gigante, 23 fl oz) 1,210 calories, 19 g fat (10 g saturated), 240 g sugars
Sugar Equivalent: 41 Oreo Cookies A frozen mocha will never be a stellar option, but we’ve still never come across anything that competes with this cookie-coffee milk shake hybrid from Così. Essentially it’s a mocha Blizzard made with Oreo cookies and topped with whipped cream and an oversize Oreo. The result is a beverage with more calories than two Big Macs and more sugar than any other drink in America. TOP
Krispy Kreme Lemon Sherbet Chiller (20 fl oz) 980 calories, 40 g fat (36 g saturated), 115 g sugars
Sugar Equivalent: 16 medium-size chocolate éclairs Imagine taking a regular can of soda, pouring in 18 extra teaspoons of sugar, and then swirling in half a cup of heavy cream. Nutritionally speaking, that’s exactly what this is, which is how it manages to marry nearly 2 days’ worth of saturated fat with enough sugar to leave you with a serious sucrose hangover. Do your heart a favor and avoid any of Krispy Kreme’s “Kremey”beverages. The basic Chillers aren’t the safest of sippables either, but they’ll save you up to 880 calories. TOP
Baskin-Robbins Ice Cream Soda (vanilla ice cream and cola) (large, 28.6 fl oz) 960 calories, 40 g fat (25 g saturated, 1.5 g trans), 136 g sugars
Sugar Equivalent: 9.7 Fudgsicle fudge bars Done right, an ice cream float can be a decent route to indulgence. Go to A&W and you’ll land a medium for fewer than 400 calories. Order it with diet soda and you’ve dropped below 200 calories. So why can’t Baskin-Robbins make even a small float with fewer than470 calories? Because apparently the chain approaches the art of beverage-crafting as a challenge to squeeze in as much fat and sugar as possible. Whatever you order, plan on splitting it with a friend. TOP
Traditional Red Lobster Lobsterita (24 fl oz) 890 calories , 0 g fat1, 83 g carbohydrates
Carbohydrate Equivalent: 7 Almond Joy candy bars Of all the egregious beverages we’ve analyzed, the Lobsterita surprised us the most. The nation’s biggest fish purveyor is one of the few big players in the restaurant biz to provide its customers with a wide selection of truly healthy food options. We would hope they’d do the same with the beverages, but obviously not. Drink one of these every Friday night and you’ll put on more than a pound of flab each month. Downgrade to a regular margarita on the rocks and pocket the remaining 640 calories. TOP
Dairy Queen Caramel MooLatte (24 fl oz) 870 calories, 24 g fat (19 g saturated, 1 g trans), 112 g sugars
Sugar Equivalent: 12 Dunkin’ Donuts Bavarian Kreme Doughnuts Coffee-dessert hybrids are among the worst breed of beverages. This one delivers 1 gram of fat and 4.6 grams of sugar in every ounce, making even Starbucks’ over-the-top line of Frappuccinos look like decent options. Maybe that’s why DQ decided to give it a name that alludes to the animal it promises to turn you into. If you can bring yourself to skip DQ and head to a coffee shop instead, order a large iced latte with a couple shots of flavored syrup and save some 600 calories. But if you’re stuck where you are, you’re better off pairing a small treat with a regular cup of joe. TOP
Starbucks White Hot Chocolate with Whipped Cream (venti, 20 fl oz) 520 calories , 16 g fat (11 g saturated), 75 g sugars
Sugar Equivalent: 9 Strawberry Rice Krispie Treats See that stack of Rice Krispie Treats? It’s just three treats shy oftwo full boxes. Unless you were a contestant on Fear Factor—and there was a sizeable monetary prize on the line—you’d never even consider noshing down that much sugar at once. But here’s what’s interesting: While that stack is the sugar counterpart to this atrocity from Starbucks, it still has 40 percent less saturated fat. Makes us wonder what’s going on in the hot chocolate. Stick to beverages with single-flavor profiles instead of pile-on recipes like this and you’ll fare better every time. TOP
Auntie Anne’s Wild Cherry Lemonade Mixer (32 fl oz) 470 calories, 0 g fat, 110 g sugars
Sugar Equivalent: 11 bowls of Cookie Crisp cereal There is no such thing as healthy lemonade, but Auntie’s line of Lemonade Mixers takes the concept of hyper-sweetened juice and stretches it to dangerous new levels. See, sugar digests faster than good-for-you nutrients like protein and fiber, which means it’s in your blood almost immediately after you swallow it. Drinking the 3 or 4 days’ worth of added sugar found here jacks your blood sugar and results in strain to your kidneys, the creation of new fat molecules, and the desire to eat more. Ouch. TOP
Starbucks Peppermint White Chocolate Mocha with Whipped Cream (venti, 20 fl oz) 660 calories, 22 g fat (15 g saturated), 95 g sugars
Sugar Equivalent: 8½ scoops Edy’s Slow Churned Richand Creamy Coffee Ice Cream Hopefully this will dispel any lingering fragments of the “health halo” that still exists in coffee shops—that misguided belief that espresso-based beverages can’t do much damage. In this 20-ounce cup, Starbucks manages to packing more calories and saturated fat than two slices of deep dish sausage and pepperoni pizza from Domino’s. That makes it the equivalent of dinner and dessert disguised as a cup of coffee. If you want a treat, look to Starbucks’ supply of sugar-free syrups; if you want a caffeine buzz, stick to the regular joe, an Americano, or a cappuccino. TOP
Arizona Kiwi Strawberry (1 can, 23 fl oz) 345 calories, 0 g fat, 81 g sugars
Sugar Equivalent: 7 bowls of Froot Loops The twisted minds at the Arizona factory outdid themselves with this nefarious concoction, a can the size of a bazooka loaded with enough of the sweet stuff to blast your belly with 42 sugar cubes. The most disturbing part isn’t that it masks itself as some sort of healthy juice product (after all, hundreds of products are guilty of the same crime), but that this behemoth serving size costs just $.99, making its contents some of the cheapest calories we’ve ever stumbled across. TOP
Arizona Rx Energy (1 can, 23 fl oz) 345 calories, 0 g fat, 83 g sugars
Sugar Equivalent: 6 Cinnamon Roll Pop-Tarts Obviously Arizona took great pains in making sure this can came out looking like something you’d find in a pharmacy. But if your pharmacist ever tries to sell you this much sugar, he should have his license revoked. And if it’s energy you’re after, this isn’t your best vehicle. Caffeine is the only compound in the bottle that’s been proven to provide energy, and the amount found within is about what you’d get from a weak cup of coffee.
Tropicana Tropical Fruit Fury Twister (1 bottle, 20 fl oz) 340 calories, 0 g fat, 60 g sugars
Sugar Equivalent: Two 7-ounce canisters Reddi-wip Don’t let Tropicana’s reputation for unadulterated OJ lead you to believe that the company is capable of doing no wrong. As a Pepsi subsidiary, it’s inevitable that they’ll occasionally delve into soda-like territory. The Twister line is just that: a drink with10 percent juice and 90 percent sugar laced with a glut of artificial flavors and coloring. You could actually save 200calories by choosing a can of Pepsi instead. TOP
Sunkist (1 bottle, 20 fl oz) 320 calories, 0 g fat, 84 g sugars
Sugar Equivalent: 6 Breyers Oreo Ice Cream Sandwiches Wait . . . but aren’t all sodas equally terrible? It’s true they all earn 100 percent of their calories from sugar, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t still varying levels of atrocity. Despite the perception of healthfulness, fruity sodas tend to carry more sugarthan their cola counterparts, and none make that more apparent than the tooth-achingly sweet Sunkist. But what seals the orange soda’s fate on our list of worst is its reliance on the artificial colors yellow 6 and red 40—two chemicals that may be linked to behavioral and concentration problems in children. TOP
Sierra Nevada Bigfoot (1 bottle, 12 fl oz)
330 calories, 0 g fat ,32.1 g carbohydrates, 9.6% alcohol
Carbohydrate Equivalent: 12-pack of Michelob Ultra Most beers carry fewer than 175 calories, but even your average extra-heady brew rarely eclipses 250. That makes Sierra’s Bigfoot the undisputed beast of the beer jungle. Granted, the alcohol itself provides most of the calories, but it’s the extra heft of carbohydrates that helps stuff nearly 2,000 calories into each six-pack. For comparison, Budweiser has 10.6 grams of carbs, Blue Moon has 13,and Guinness Draught has 10. Let’s hope the appearance of this gut inducing guzzler in your fridge is as rare as encounters with the fabled beast himself. TOP
Rockstar Energy Drink (1 can, 16 fl oz) 280 calories, 0 g fat, 62 g sugars
Sugar Equivalent: 6 Krispy Kreme Original Glazed Doughnuts None of the energy provided by these full-sugar drinks could ever justify the caloric load, but Rock star’s take is especially frightening. One can provides nearly as much sugar as half a box of Nilla Wafers. In fact, it has 60 more calories than the same amount of Red Bull and 80 more than a can of Monster. If you’re going to guzzle, better choose one of the low-cal options. We like Monster; it offers all the caffeine and B vitamins with just enough sugar to cut through the funky extracts.TOP
SoBe Green Tea (1 bottle, 20 fl oz) 240 calories, 0 g fat, 61 g sugars
Sugar Equivalent: 4 slices Sara Lee Cherry Pie Leave it to SoBe to take an otherwise healthy bottle of tea and inject it with enough sugar to turn it into dessert. The Pepsi owned company’s flagship line, composed of 11 flavors with names like “Nirvana” and “Cranberry Grapefruit Elixir,” is marketed to give consumers the impression that it can cleanse the body, mind, and spirit. Don’t be fooled. Just like this bottle of green tea, all of these beverages are made with two primary ingredients: water and sugar. TOP
Snapple Agave Melon Antioxidant Water (1 bottle, 20 fl oz) 150 calories, 0 g fat, 33 g sugars
Sugar Equivalent: 2 Good Humor Chocolate Éclair Bars While “Worst Water” may sound like an oxymoron, the devious minds in the bottled beverage industry have even found a way to besmirch the sterling reputation of the world’s most essential compound. Sure, you may get a few extra vitamins, but ultimately, you’re paying a premium price for gussied-up sugar water. Next time you buy a bottle of water, check the recipe: You want two parts hydrogen, one part oxygen, and very little else.
Starbucks Vanilla Frappuccino (1 bottle, 13.7 fl oz) 290 calories , 4.5 g fat (2.5 g saturated), 45 g sugars
Sugar Equivalent: 32 Nilla Wafers With an unreasonable number of calorie landmines peppered across Starbucks’ in-store menu, you’d think the company would want to use its grocery line to restore faith in its ability to provide caffeine without testing the limits of your belt buckle. Guess not. This drink has been on our radar for years, and we still haven’t managed to find a bottled coffee with more sugar. Consider this—along with Starbucks’ miniature Espresso and Cream Double shot—your worst option for a morning pickup. TOP
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Take a “natural” hormone the body makes during pregnancy — and lose a lot of weight? That’s the promise that’s turned the hCG Diet — named after that hormone — into a craze that just won’t quit. If you also go on an ultra-low-calorie diet, backers claim, hCG can “reset your metabolism” so you lose as much as a pound a day without feeling hungry or weak.
The hCG diet limits you to 500 calories a day for 8 weeks while taking hCG, either by getting a shot or by taking a “homeopathic” product, such as oral drops, pellets, or sprays, which you can buy at the store.
None of this is approved by the FDA for weight loss. The shots themselves are legal, as long as a health care provider gives them to you. (They’re approved to treat fertility issues.) But over-the-counter hCG products are not. The FDA has sent warning letters to several companies that market homeopathic hCG products.
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