Shellfish off the menu!!!!!!!

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Has anyone tried to have prawns or indeed any shellfish while on the tablets.

I love this sort of food and don't know if I could completely do without them :cry:

I always believed shellfish to be low calorie and low fat, if they aren't its no wonder I'm the weight I am :?

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    I don`t like seafood much Twinkly so I can`t help u there.

    ( fish and chips out the chippy is my whack.... :lol: )

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    HIYA

    You should be fine with shellfish so long as you dont have them in high fat sauces, i eat alot of prawns etc just as they come but if i want some in a sarnie or salad i add a weightwatcher seafood sauce or very low fat mayo

    You wont really know until you try but most fish and shellfish are low fat and how you cook and what you eat them with is the issue.

    Good luck Alicat

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    I thought it must be the sauces used, but the nurse said it wasn't. thank goodness , now I can happily give em a go :D
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    Hey Twinkly,

    I'm the same LOVE KING PRAWNS :!: I only buy them when on offer though as soo expensive. But Alicat's right they are practically zero fat on their own and even if you do have the seafood sauce if you don't put any spread on your butty and use the sauce sparingly :shock: (I know that's a swear word!!) it should be fine ENJOY :!: :D

    TTFN Kal :wink:

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