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    Some people that are on the hCG diet just lose their control during phase 2 or phase 3 of the diet because they’re probably fed up with the calorie restriction.

    But, truth be told, these people give up because they eat the same foods over and over again. For people to stick with a calorie-restricted diet such as the hCG diet, they need to have a dynamic meal plan in which foods are not repeated every day.

    You need to have different foods each week so that your taste buds get reset and so that you will want to continue on with the hCG diet despite its restrictive nature.

    So, what foods are you going to eat while you’re on the hCG diet then? Well, we should opt for foods that offer the most bang for the buck when it comes to nutrition.

    Quinoa is regarded to be one of the healthiest foods out there. Now, if you’re going to eat one cup of Quinoa, you will get at least 8 grams of protein, 5 grams of dietary fiber, 15% of the recommended Iron content, and a host of other nutrients.

    Today, I am going to be sharing with you a recipe that makes use of the Quinoa and no, we are not going for a dull and boring dish; we are going to cook the hCG Diet Black Bean and Quinoa Burger.

    This burger recipe is safe for vegetarians and it is perfect for people who are on the hCG diet. Each serving of this Quinoa burger is filling and, as previously mentioned, is heavily packed with nutrition that your body needs.

    So, without further ado, here are the ingredients that you will need in order to cook the hCG Diet Black Bean and Quinoa Burger:

    • 1 can of black beans, washed thoroughly and drained
    • 1/2 cup cooked Quinoa
    • 1/2 tsp freshly ground Black Pepper
    • 1/2 tsp cumin
    • 1/2 tsp sea salt
    • 1/2 tsp paprika
    • 1 tbsp nutritional yeast
    • 1 tbsp extra-virgin olive oil


    1. Preheat your oven to 400 degrees.
    2. Get a bowl and then put the black beans on it. Get a fork and then slowly mash the beans until you get a sort paste mixture.
    3. Next, add all of the other ingredients together and make sure to mix them very well.
    4. The next thing you should do is divide the mixture so that you can make 4 burger patties. To do this, divide the mixture to create 4 balls, after which, you will then flatten them until they are anywhere between 1/4-1/2 inch thick.
    5. Get a frying pan that can be safely put in the oven. Put 1/2 tablespoon of Olive oil and cook the burger patties for one minute each side or until the burger patties are lightly browned.
    6. Next, transfer the pan to the oven and bake it for a good 15 minutes.
    7. After cooking, place the patties on a whole-grain bun and place in your desired vegetables (cabbage, lettuce, and other vegetables). Serve and Enjoy!

    The hCG Diet Black Bean and Quinoa Burger can be eaten on phase 2 and phase 3 of the diet. Although, if you’re planning to eat it on phase 2, you can cut back on the vegetables.

    This recipe is not only nutritious but it is also definitely delicious. If you’re on the hCG diet and you’re in a rut when it comes to foods to eat, try this delicious hCG Diet Black Bean and Quinoa Burger.

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    The Playstation Vita is the third generation of Sony’s portable gaming consoles. It has a touchscreen, a usual D-Pad and button layout found on the Playstation Portable, and a touchpad at the back of the gaming console.

    Now, not a lot of games utilize all of these features, but there is one game that pretty much stands out. This game is popular because of the fact that you can use every control on the PS Vita, including the touchpad located at the back of the game console.

    This game is none other than TearAway. TearAway Game for the Playstation Vita is a fun game and I will talk about it in this article.

    The plot of the game is simple: a messenger is assigned to deliver an important message. When you choose the gender of the messenger, you will have different names.

    If you choose a male messenger, your name will be “Iota”. If you choose a female messenger, on the other hand, your name will be “Atoi”.

    The game is basically set in a paper-like world. You can see that some of the game elements are like origami structures and the characters themselves blend in pretty nicely.

    The TearAway Game for the Playstation Vita is a visually appealing game. It’s got some really nice graphics and it really showcases the power of the portable game console.

    Aside from delivering this unique message, Iota or Atoi will have to go through tons of paper monsters that are bent to halt your advances.

    Whatever the message is, I think that it is really very important and that you should guard it with your life.

    The TearAway Game for the Playstation Vita utilizes all of the features of the game console. And, when I say it uses all of the features, I really mean it.

    There is this one mission where Iota or Atoi will come across a deer. The game will have you snap a photo of yourself so that you can put it on the deer so the animal can go on its way.

    There is also another mission where you should use the touchpad in order to pop your fingers in the game to stop the baddies.

    That’s not all! You can utilize the D-Pad to give you finely-tuned movements and you can use the analog sticks to navigate Iota and Atoi on the map.

    There are some stages that would also require you to use the touchscreen. One of the stages that utilize the touchscreen is where you need to zoom in by pinching the touchscreen the same way as you would a mobile phone.

    You have to zoom in because the monsters are quite small and by zooming in, you magnify the screen in order for you to defeat them.

    TearAway Game for the Playstation Vita is one of the only games that make full use of the PS Vita Game console.

    If you want to play a really fun, vibrant, joyful, and a game that makes full use of the Playstation Vita, I urge you to play TearAway. I promise, you won’t regret it.

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