whats your one food?

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Hello all, ive been on orlistat for a week this time and for once i am sticking to the rules properly, i was just curious what was everyones one food that even if they only have a little triggers the side effects, mines definitely cheese lol

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    Good morning and welcome to the forum! :-)

    Yep!... its cheese for me too!

    Lovely Britney has mentioned that the brand "Laughing Cow" makes a light version that is withing the so called rules, so "if" cheese is your thing you might like to try it.

    Cheese has always been my downfalI, give me a cheeseboard over desert anytime! I have not managed to find the low fat Laughing Cow in my local stores, but shall keep looking, as I feel its not a good idea to deprive meself of all foods I love.

    Check out Britneys Oristat blog, there are lots of hints and tips that are great for newbies!

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    The rules are ur not mean to eat anything over 5g per 100g and as cheese is about 40g I'm not suprised lol. I was on them for 6 months and it takes a while, but the longer you take them the smallest mistake will cause a accident I found!!

    Just be careful with the fat content. smile

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    1.5g of fat for Laughing Cow light :-)

    Just dont go overboard with it, or you will pay the price in the bathroom!

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    i havent found one yet ... although i'm sure it's only a matter of time!

    I'm used to strange "bowel movements" so the side effects haven't really been that drastic for me ...

     

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    Chips sad I miss the smell of hot chips with loads of vinegar sad lol 
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