Eggs

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Thought I would have scrambled egg made with a little milk for lunch today. Put it on the nutri scales, came in at 17g fat for one egg and a little milk, that's without the Warburtons Weight Watcher bread. Needless to say I didn't eat it, it went straight in the bin. So eggs are out, not worth the risk.

Mandy

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    jondave....don't need to throw them out....eat an egg on a day you are at home and see what the reaction is....eggs are so satisfying and the protein keeps you going for a long time....try it!
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    For one egg? Wow.

    I weigh eggs on my scales and I can have 1 but not two.

    A friend gave me an idea - i think it's originally from weight watchers. You get a lrge mushroom, a potobello type. take out the stalk and crack the egg into it.You then bake it for 10-15 mins.

    Another egg fix is quorn mini eggs. 63 calories and 2.9g of fat

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    No need to cut eggs out! The orilstat isn't about cutting things out of your diet that you enjoy! It's about moderation.

    I have 2 scrambled eggs on toast for my lunch every Sunday and have lost 10lbs in 3 weeks so far!

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    Hi,

    Iv been on the tabs 1 week today and i tried my first egg today as it was my day off work. I was fine with it and really did enjoy it plus it kept me going till tea time.

    claire

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    Will definetly give it a try when my stomach settles down.

    Mandy

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