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I'm having a night in with a friend With some archers and lemonade - will I have an accident? I've eaten the under 15g fat but it's just the alcohol!

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    No u will be fine, just slows weight loss but as long as u stay under yr 5g of fat per 100g u will be fine.
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    Haha I thought so! I very rarely Drink so it was a one off smile
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    Just find out how much if any fat is in there... But must admit it really does slow the weight loss down!
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      Apparently none! I had 3 glasses I think - the last time I had a drink was at xmas - not even my birthday! 
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      hiya , im wondering if you can answer this question, Im a newbie (day 3) I had a low fat breakfast ( 2 weetbix, banana and low fat milk ) well under the 15 grams of fat per meal (I think) and I took a Ostat, but i remember reading somewhere that if you havent had your 15 grams of fat for that meal then you shouldnt take the pill?? I do want to take it because Ive just started and want to take the 3  a day  ... have you missed a pill when yourve been under 15 grams of fat for a meal??
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      Hi, the only time u don't take a pill is iv u have just a Salad or fat free yogurt for breakfast when there is no fat. Other wise stick to a low fat diet and take a tablet with each meal.

      Good luck.

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