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im doing well with orlistat, i have my doctors tomorrow and a weigh in hopefully,been on them a week so far!!

anyways this weekend is coventrys godiva festival and im going up in the day on the saturday. if we decide to eat, what can i eat? everything is like fast food! ill need to eat something if im up there all day and might have a beer to celebrate. dont want to come off them as the weekend after im off them for my birthday!!



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    Could you not take your own food in? as I would think it would be all fast food outlets.  They may have a jacket spud stall, if so have one of them no butter with a bean or Tuna topping.

    But I would take something just in case.


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      yes jacket potato!! i ate out the other day for the first time on these tablets and had jacket potato with tuna mayo and no side effects from yet smile

      thankyou by the way !! 

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      Hi, it's so hard when you are out isn't it? 

      I've just had a tuna mayo, smallest amount of Mayo and ended up adding ketchup as it was so dry lol but didn't want a running session to the toilet. 

      Really highlights that there isn't a wide range of healthy options when dining out 

      Beer will be fine, I had a few vodkas at the weekend, the temptation to grab something on the way home was so high thou as I was a little tipsy.  

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    a tip for you Ladies: pizza express do a nutritional chart online for the menus so ive had a look at on there and picked out a salad i want and will ask for no dressing smile
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    Bex can you not take your own dressing with you, salad without anything is a bit dull. I been using a low fat dressing and been ok with it 
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