Oralist and diet

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hi I follow weight watchers atm and was wondering if anyone else did too whilst taking oralist?

Ive been having the meals For the last few days before I start taking tablets and making sure each meal is under 15g,will this ok?

Thank you in advance x

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    Hi there

    I am on slimming world and sometimes eat their frozen meals which are lovely and very low in fat. I really recommend a low fat diet as you can have some nasty side effects from these tablets! I have been on them for nearly 1 month and lost nearly 1 stone. I'm very happy with the results! Good luck

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    I just followed my own low fat diet, nothing over 5g per 100g and no more than 30g of fat a day

    I so far have lost just over 4 stone in 7 months

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      I haven't ate out in resturants yet! i want to lose more weight first! i had a indian takeway last week but i had chicken tikka, so i didnt feel guilty! its weigh in today at slimming world, dreading it!
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      I can't get my head around slimming world,I think im going to buy loads of there meals and have them or soup for lunch then do my dinners,I struggle at lunch time,I think I will convert from ww to sw next week,seems it's the best one to do.goodluck with weigh in x
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      It's hard at first but once you get your head around the 5g of fat per 100g rule you'll be fine!

      In restaurants I go for chicken mainly, no sauces though!

      Or I have a carvary which is fine! I have veggie gravy though as its low fat!

      I eat loads of carbs too! With every meal! The only thing I don't allow myself is butter, cheese, oil, chocolate... Or takeaways! Everything else I eat! I was never a chocolate or cake person anyway but if I fancy something sweet I have marshmallows

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