Yorkshire puds

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Hi just wondering if Yorkshire puds are ok or not I know it says 9.1 g per 100g but it is only 1.8g per pud is it okay to have one or not???

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    I would say no sad it's one thing I am definitely going to miss I was so tempted to make some on Sunday my little boy was going nuts because he didn't have a Yorkshire pudding on his dinner but I don't have enough will power to resist eating one if I made some lol 
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      We're they homemade in fat or shop ones?? U shouldn't have anything over 5g per 100. If u look at crisp per bag they are only 6-7g but per 100 it's 40 odd grams. U will defo have accidents eating them. U might be ok but just be carful as it can sometimes take 72 hours for the effects 💩💩💩💩💩💩💩💩💩💩💩💩💩💩💩💩
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      Hi I am confused your crisp example above, I have pkt of french fries 3.5 per pack but 16 per 100, so if your not eating the 100 how can it be bad, I have these every day after my lunch with no ill effects.

      Also when i have secumbed to chocolate no problems, I have been on the tablets just over two weeks, my diet is not yet perfect as you can see:sad(( Any advice. x

       

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    We are all different, but if you cant say no when on the tablets how will you manage once theyre stopped?

    For me, its about radically changing my diet and exercise choices long term, not just while on the tablets

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