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Hello everyone,

Im claire and just took my first pill tonight after tea. I was going to start them this morning but was a tad worried that i might have to be running to the loo all day in work!!!

I understand that iv only to eat aprox 10g of fat at each meal sitting..... my problem is i dont know how many grams of fat are in the food im eating. Does anyone have a good website or list if foods i could use to help me please.

Great reading everyones posts and it has filled me with lots of hope for myself.

good luck everyone

claire x

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    Best site I've found is Tesco.com and if you type in the food you want it gives you the nutritional value, and you can get the info from that. Don't just count your fat intake also keep your calories to around 1300/1500 per day.

    Mandy

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    OR...buy yourself Collins Calorie Counter...this gives you all the information you need...about £5.00....it will be beside your scales from now on!!
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    thank you.

    Iv always done WW so new to all this fat/calorie counting.

    claire x

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    I also use some scales from Lloyds pharmacy - great for fresh food - you weigh the food, put in a number and it tells you the number of callories, fat, protein etc.
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