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Hi guys

Was wondering if anyone has had experience with Chinese and which to avoid.

Its my first weigh in 2mrw, according to my scales I've lost 1st 2lbs over 3 and half weeks which i'm really pleased with. Also my husband is going away to le mans tom and have my sister coming so thought we'd treat to Chinese, I think i'm coming off the tabs for the day but wondered if anyone had stayed on them and eaten with it?



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    I went to an all-you-can-eat chinese last saturday, before going to see a 3 hour film at the cinema!! And took my tablet as normal.

    was worried I would be dashing out of the cinema for the loo but I had no problems! didn't need the loo till I got home later.

    I would normally stuff myself till I coudn't move at the chinese but as soon as I started to fill up, I stopped. And was really pleased with myself.

    Enjoy your chinese!!

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    this evening i decided to throw caution to the wind (pardon the pun) and had some chinese for dinner, i had special fried rice, my favourite, i ate it over an hour ago and so far so good and boy was it nice!

    as this is only my 3rd week on the blueys and i haven't had any bad effects so far (touch wood) i don't know how quickly my body should react if its too much fat - wish me luck!

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    I had half a portion of egg fried rice and half a portion of chips and a little curry sauce, i suffered the dreaded orange oil so havent had any since.
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    its now the morning after the night before and still not had any side effects which is leaving me with the conclusion that either i am on a rogue batch of blueys or it was lower in fat than the 15g limit - i ate about 500g of special fried rice. no cramps, no dreaded oil or wind
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