confused with 5g fat rules/am i eating too much ??

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my breakfast example:small bowl bran flakes/an apple/canderel/skimmed milk

my lunch example:tin tuna in brine lots of salad 3 sprays frylight/plums x4

my dinner example:salad,gerkins,pickled onion,olives green ones,tomatoes,cucumber,lettuce/plain atlantic cod smoked 2 small bits.4 sprays frylight mixed with vinegar for dressing/a large peach/2 plums.

no orange oil or mishaps lol.

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    Im no expert but I would say watch your sugar intake as that's 6 plums and even natural sugar sources need to be regulated.

    Mfp tells you when you are reaching protein/sugar/carbohydrate levels.  Maybe give that a go.

    But like I say im no expert smile x

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    I never counted sugar even when MFP said i went over! i would much rather eat natural than processed sugar and eat a lot of fruit.

    Personally for a man i don't thik you eat enough. Don't get into the habit of eating so low because in a few weeks you will start to look ill feel dizzy and faint all the time plus  when larger people starve themselves they take on a very odd look (like a pin has been stuck in them and all the air has been popped out)

    Noodles you can have carbs!


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    thanks britney for getting there lol.a few people said i have lost weight ok.had a breakfast and a tuna salad today.ive had a piece of brown seeded bread today,no butter with turkey fillets tonight with mash and veg.
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      No problem Noodles. Make sure your bread was 5g or under as the seeds do be high in fat!!!! i used to eat Turkey infact it was the first thing i ate when i started (the first meal i ate god i can't type today) but i don't eat meat anymore. However Vension is lovely much nicer than beef and VERY low in fat. WOW nice that people have said that it really boosts the ego!!! X

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