Diet plans

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Hi I was just wondering if any one would share what kind of diet there on with these tablets I no that you have got to have some fat intake but I don't want to eat to much if u get what I mean lol smile it would be so helpful smile xx

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    I would be interested too. I eat 'healthy' and exercise loads so i cant make many changes but clearly something isnt adding up.

    ive eaten mainly salad for 2mths but sick of it.

    started on tablets today and would like to loose 3 stone

    Id be grateful for menu idea's too.

    ive really limited pasta, bread etc but I need more options than salad

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      My doc said 3 times a day & that's what my diet has been for months. I was only having 15g of cheese & now she's asked me to cut that out!

      She's also asked me to cut 'healthy' musli too as it has nuts & seeds in it! She gave me a real lecture but I considered my diet to be good but she said clearly it's still too many calories although I exercise very well (400-500 calories each day)

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    Hi Sam,

    I am eating a lot of chicken (all visible fat remoted) and fish. Trying to vary things so I don't get bored example:

    roast a chicken thigh, then dice and put in a warmed, wholemeal pitta with red cabbage and red onion. Add chilli sauce for a low fat chicken kebab.

    Chicken Jalfresi - just a teaspoon of olive oil to brown onion/ garlic and green chillis then as normal (see bbc good food website)

    Roasted tuna steak in foil with roast tomato - add some fresh basil leaves to tomato after cooking

    Don't get me wrong - I'd kill for fish and chips, but best not at the moment - eh!

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    Hey Sam!

    I posted to the main discussion group on my experience of the tab 9 days in, ive lost 9lbs so far which is amazing! I know some would say that its not healthy to loose that much but i suppose we are in a different boat! The following is what I have done in the last week!

    Brekkie:

    Fat free yoghurt with museli (like making your own granola)

    Selection of fruit/ Or make smoothie to be different some days

    Water and tablet!

    Lunch

    Any lean meat, fish or chicken etc with loads of veg, and a potatoe!

    Fruit for dessert

    Water and Tablet

    Dinner

    Varies to what I have in house

    Ryvitas, laughing cow low fat cheese, tomatoes, maybe lean ham etc

    baked beans which a super low in fat with ryvitas etc

    Rice with veg etc

    Water and Tablet

    The one thing i loved was fizzy drinks! I was told by doctor that Coke Zero is totally free of sugar, fat, and has only like 2 calories in a decent glass so i drink that as treat during day

    Plenty of fruits etc, and water!

    Rice cakes are super with low fat yoghurt too

    Also in Ireland here, Tayto do a velet brand of crips which are low in fat and only 87 cals, so its nice for a treat!!

    Hope this helps!

    John

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