Food on Orlistat

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Could someone please give me a sample menu of what they would eat on a daily basis whilst on Orlistat??

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    Hi Lisa,

    How long have you been taking them? on a daily basis i would eat as below

    Breakfast - milkshake or smoothie or yogurt and some fruit water and pill

    Dinner - salad with either tuna, salmon or turkey but be careful with the salmon make sure it isnt over the allowed amount of fat. water and pill

    Tea - last night i had quorn burger with jacket pot and salad toight i am having chicken stir fry. water and pil

    and plenty of water through out the day and i have about 4 cups of coffee a day with skimmed milk.

    There is loads of food you can eat you will be amazed.

    i have been on them a couple of months now and have lost 16lb


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    Today I had quite alot as was working from home and did a hard gym session

    breakfast - 40g porridge made with 100ml almond milk and some stewed rhubarb

    snack - banana

    lunch - small salad and venison burger (5g fat). Fat free yoghurt with fresh fruit made into a smoothie

    dinner - half chicken breast with a low fat sauce (creme freich) with 80g fresh pasta

    ive made some fat free snacks today which are nice (from britnys blog). The other day I made forest fruit souffle which was fat free

    I have 1 coffee max per day

    3-4 pints of water

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