hCG Diet Garlic Broccoli Chicken Stir Fry

Do you love stir-fried foods? I love stir-fried foods. You basically have to chuck in whatever ingredients you have in mind and stir them until they are cooked.

Now, if you’re on the hCG diet, you know that you need to follow a very strict diet protocol wherein you’re only allowed to consume 500 calories on phase 2. I know that isn’t a lot but phase 2 is really the most challenging part of the hCG diet journey.

To make sure that you do not drop out from the diet program, you need to diversify the foods that you eat. Normally, people would think that you have to sacrifice taste in order to succeed in whatever diet plan you follow. But that is not true!

In fact, if you just follow the right recipes, you are going to be fine even when you’re on the hCG diet.

In this article, I will share with you a very nice and easy to do stir-fry recipe that makes both the Chicken and Broccoli the stars of the dish.

The hCG Diet Garlic Broccoli Chicken Stir Fry was created by a fellow hCG dieter. She wants to eat Broccoli but we know eating just broccoli is boring and monotonous, right? So, why not add a protein component to it and make it a solid dish? Thus, the hCG Diet Garlic Broccoli Chicken Stir Fry recipe was born.

So, if you want to try this recipe out, here are the ingredients that you will need:

  • 3.5 oz Chicken Breast (or you can safely use chicken tenders if you want)
  • 10 cloves Garlic, peeled and smashed
  • 1.5 cups fresh Broccoli
  • 2 Tablespoons Water
  • 1 Tablespoon Bragg’s Liquid Aminos


  1. Steam the broccoli for 2 minutes to slightly pre-cook it. You can use a dedicated steamer. If you do not have a dedicated steamer, you can put water in a pot and then put a strainer on it. This will act as a makeshift strainer and it can also steam your broccoli effectively).
  2. Get a frying pan and make sure that it is hot. Set it on Medium heat and add the water.
  3. Next, stir fry the chicken until it is half-cooked and then add the all of the garlic in. Cook until the chicken is well done.
  4. After the chicken is cooked, you can then add the Broccoli and the Bragg’s Liquid aminos. Make sure to stir everything to make sure that the broccoli and the chicken are well coated and well incorporated. Serve and Enjoy!

The hCG Diet Garlic Broccoli Chicken Stir Fry takes no more than 10 minutes to cook the entire dish.

This dish is perfect for phase 2 of the diet. If you want to eat this dish on phase 3, you may add more chicken and broccoli into the mix. Also, for every additional 1.5 oz of chicken, add 2 tablespoons of water.

The hCG Diet Garlic Broccoli Chicken Stir Fry is easy to cook and is a perfect dish to eat when you’re in phase 2 of the hCG diet.

HTC One A9

Mobile phone companies are vying to release a lot of mobile phones in any given year. There are flagship models, budget-friendly ones, and there are also some mobile phones that cater for the mid-range market.

Today, we are going to take a look at the HTC One A9. This isn’t a flagship mobile phone by HTC; so let’s get that out of the way. It does, however, look like the iPhone 6s. It is still unbeknownst to anyone why HTC would copy the aesthetics of the iPhone 6s, but still, it does have an impressive under the hood specs to go along with it.

This mobile phone is a bit cheaper since it is not a flagship model, but do not think that the specs aren’t that great. In fact, the HTC One A9 boasts of impressive performance considering the price.

So, let’s start with the design of the mobile phone. The HTC One A9 has all of its buttons located on the right side of the device. What is different, though, is that the power button is jagged. This makes it easier to distinguish which button is which, especially when you’re in low-lit areas.

The headphone jack is also placed at the bottom, as opposed to its usual place on the top of the mobile phone. This makes it easier for music lovers to plug their phone without the wire obstructing them.

Other than those differences, the HTC One A9 really does look like the iPhone 6s. I don’t know if Apple will sue HTC one for the likeliness in design, but if you like the aesthetics of the iPhone 6s, the HTC One A9 does not disappoint.

As for the display, the HTC One A9 has a 5-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 1920×1080 and a pixel density of 441ppi. It is also protected by the Corning Gorilla Glass 3 which is quite a sturdy material usually found in premium phones.

HTC deviates from other mobile phone manufacturers in that they did not populate the One A9 with pre-installed crapware. Instead, they focused more on delivering a stock Google Android experience.

The HTC One A9 has the Google Android Marshmallow operating system and it still does have a little bit of HTC’s Sense 7 on it, although, it is not that much.

This Android mobile phone houses some pretty impressive specs. It is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 octa-core processor with 4 of its cores having 1.5GHz clock speeds and the last 4 cores clocked at 1.2GHz. Also, add to that 3GB of RAM and the Adreno 405 GPU and you’ve got one nifty mobile phone.

Capturing photos daily will also be a treat because this mobile phone comes with a 13-megapixel camera. It does come with optical image stabilization so people with shaky hands will find this mobile phone amazing.

Lastly, the battery life is pretty low, at least, by today’s standards. The HTC One A9 comes with a measly 2,150 MaH battery which will only last you a couple of hours during moderate use. The reason behind this move is that HTC needed to fit a small battery in order to fit it in the slim phone. That is a little bit of a compromise, especially when people need a lot of battery to plow through the day.

Still, the HTC One A9 delivers impressive performance without breaking the bank. This Android mobile phone only costs $450.


Flashcarts aren’t a new invention—they’ve been around for years. Although the 3DS does receive software updates that, at times, renders flashcarts unusable, the R4 3DS is still perfectly usable with the handheld device. Nowadays, flashcart manufacturers stay on top of the 3DS’ firmware updates, ensuring that their flashcarts aren’t obsolete or rendered unusable.

Lots of people have questions to ask about the R4 3DS. Luckily, we’re here to answer more of the most frequently asked questions about the device. In this series of articles, we’re going to answer even more of the most frequently asked questions about the R4 3DS.

More Frequently Asked Questions ~ The R4 3DS

Users can get a lot out of the R4 3DS—just look at our last two articles about the device. And, there’s even more you can do with the R4 3DS, too. Let’s take a look at what else is possible with this handy device. We last covered the Game Interface menu of the R4 3DS. Now, we’re going to see how to play games through this popular flashcart.

Play Games

The R4 3DS can do a lot of things, but it’s best known for playing and altering games. Playing games through the R4 3DS is simple, too.

To get started, make sure your game is inserted into the device. Boot the handheld and then select the game in the R4 3DS game menu. You’ll only need to touch the screen or press A to start up the game.

If you’re playing the game for the first time, the system will automatically build and save the game’s corresponding file. It’ll also notify you that the game’s save file will be affected by its functionality. Each time the game saves, the device’s save files will automatically update each time you play the game. That’s pretty handy if you want to have an auto save function while you’re playing.

The R4 3DS saves its files by date and the name of the game in play; the file extension is .SAV.

The neat thing about the R4 3DS is that is doesn’t overwrite save files. That means you can access older save files if you need. You can access these files by viewing the data via your computer, where you can copy these files, too.

Note: If you’re planning to save multiple files on the R4 3DS, make sure you keep track of your files. It’s tempting to have saves documenting each step of your game’s progress, but remember that sometimes it gets a little tricky keeping track of all of those saves!