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Old 06-17-2011, 09:44 PM   #1  
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I am following a form of the IP diet. You can eat limited other food and only need to packets a day. It says to have 1 teaspoon of honey 15 mins before a meal. They say it will cut your hunger. Has anyone heard of this? Make sense to anyone? I am down close to 30 lbs at my 3rd WI without the honey.
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I wouldnt recommend it. The honey can throw you out of ketosis which is one of the things which make IP work so well.

To cut your hunger, drink a cup of hot herbal tea (try peppermint, Celestrial Seasonings Bengal Spice, Yogi Tea "Chocolate" or the myriad of other interesting flavors) with a little sweetener like Splenda or Truvia.

The heat from the drink will help a lot.

Drinking water before a meal and after you finish your portion will also help.

If you have gone this long without the honey, you dont need it.

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