Eggs...yes or no??

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Has anyone eaten eggs whilst on orlistat. If yes did you tolorate tgem of have a problem? Although they would be within allowance for a meal they do break the 5g rule so just wondering if anyone still eats them. Ta

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    Hi Emma, I ate eggs whist on them but on odd occasions it did have a slight effect and I'd have oil!!

    Just don't have too many wink 

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      Lol just really fancy some scrambled egg on toast. Guess I could havd one full egg and one egg white maybe. Kinda nice to only be missing savory and not bothered about chocolaye and cake since they were my vices lol
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    I occasionally have a poached egg on 1 slice of toast (no butter) which gives me 7g of fat (my own bread so I can work it out exactly), and occasionally a boiled egg with a slice of bread (again no butter).  I have no bad effects from that, but although the egg on its own breaks the 5g rule (unless you have a huge egg!), the total egg-and-toast doesn't.
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    Hi emma,

    I have eggs for breakfast some days and never have had the side effects. enjoy your scrambled eggs!!!

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    Hi Emma I had scrambled egg.and toast and was fine no side effects.  Enjoy them. X 
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      Yey thanks Rachel and Yvonne.  I realise that everyone reacts differently to different foods but sounds lile egg may be a safe option.  Time will tell lol
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    Hi Emma

    Ive had a mushroom omlette a couple of times made with 2 eggs ....no side effects i sprayed a little frylight in the pan and was ok

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