What kind of foods does it effect/ What have been your trigger foods!?

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Obviously I know ones that are high in fat, but does it effectt carbs like pasta or? 

what have been your trigger foods? 

Just asking so It will help my diet plan. 

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    Hi there!

    I am on slimming world and upto now I have lost 8lbs in 3 weeks. With slimming world, you have 3 meals per day then a orlistat tablet. I mainly eat weetabix with banana for breakfast, soup and a apple for lunch and for tea, chicken and rice or steak and a jacket potato. You can make anything from the recipe book!! i love slimming world as I am not hungry and I am seeing results.

    How long have you been on orlistat?

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      I litrally got prescribed it today, hence why im trying to get a bit of research in!  I only just qualified for it but I am at a plateau with my weightloss and its making me so unhappy and slowly but surely i am undoing all my hard work. sad 

      Ive tried slimming world previusly and weightwatchers, they are not for me. I prefere weighing out and portioning all my food and creating detailed meal plans. 

      Does it effect things like pasta? I find I have alot of issues with carbs... lol 

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      Nothing in particular just 5g of fat or less for breakfast

      10g or less for lunch

      And 15g or less for dinner

      I eat lots of chicken, pasta, rice, potatoes, bread, veg, fish, stir frys

      no butter, oil, cheese, chocolate

      I've never really eaten sweet foods but if I do fancy anything I have marshmallows or a fruitopolis yoghurt both have no fat in

      The only thing I missed at first was pizza, although a few times I've eaten 1 slice

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