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Quick quick question just had nandos for lunch

Not taking my tablet is it ok to take

One later with my sandwich

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    how far over do you think you've gone with your nandos?

    it is possible to eat a nandos meal for under 15g, i think their website shows the nutrition figures in their food

    if you've gone over by quite a bit then it might be best to lay off the tablet later just incase the fats still in your system

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    we were out today and ended up in McDonalds, had a chicken mcsandwich but won't be taking any more tablets today so just had my one with breakfast this morning.

    If in doubt don't risk the tablet

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    thanks for advice girls think its best that just dont bother tonite either,

    feeling guilty for not taking tabs, going to portugal for a week on saturday not going to bother taking tab but determined to be good as on a good roll at the moment, have been taking blueys for a month and lost 10 lb so dont want to go back to square 1 xx thanks again

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    Well Done for losing 10 lbs smile

    Enjoy your holiday. Try and be good during your holiday but don't let it spoil your holiday if you don't eat low fat for a few meals, just be extra good when you get back. smile

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    thanks trying hard, ive already got it planned out for when i get back so as you say am going to enjoy my week and try not to go to mad :lol:
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