Can Anyone Help?? please starting tomorrow morning!!

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Hi, got the tablets off my doctor today so i am oing to start in the morning as i weigh on a thursday at slimming world.

How much fat can you eat a day without the dreaded side effects!?

Also how do you work out how much fat is in things?? is it the saturdated fat i should be looking at??

Thank You,

Natalie :?

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    Hey petal, it's no more than 15g per meal - check the packets/jars of what you are eating for detailed fat breakdown - otherwise the internet is a good resource to find out fat content. It's the overall fat content - not the saturated fat content you're looking at - but do bear in mind that the lower in saturated fat the better. Good Luck and go for it! - i've just completed my first week and i lost 7lbs!xxx
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    hi natalie

    how are you doing now? have you lost much weight and what have you been eating?

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    Hiya, Im not sure if i have lost any weight, i weigh at slimming world on a Thursday so i wont know until then, i dont feel like i have lost weight, i feel like i have put on i think, i have been eating lots of chicken and salads etc but i have been a bit naughty eating bread (My Weakness!!)

    I will know thursday how i have got on, if im not that pleased i will have to completely cut out bread next week!!!

    Thanks for asking.


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    bread isnt so bad as its not full of fat but got carbs in it

    you can eat carbs in moderation i.e pasta bread pots etc just make sure that whatever you are eating it with as a low fat content. i.e jacket pot and lean grilled meat and veg, or salad with lean meat and bread!!!

    o and avoid the butter! low fat marge all the way LOL

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