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    Diet: exante- total solution
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    4th week - adding 201 calories to your diet a day

    hello just wondered how you did this? What kind of things add up to this amount? Did anyone not do this? any info would be great thanks xx

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    Hiya, I haven't got there yet but have been looking at info both on the exante website here: Low Calorie Week | Exante Diet and on this site here: http://www.minimins.com/exante/26110...reak-week.html (The food break week) HTH and good luck
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    Hi, I've just done my AAM week. I didn't want to risk food as I wasn't sure I'd stop eating or what I could actually eat, so I added in milk which is something that exante suggest. A venti, soy (I can't have that much normal, hot milk for some reason) latte from starbucks is only about 185 calories so I had one each day. Felt like a real treat and helped keep me full. The sugar free syrups have no nutritional content at all according to the website (no carbs etc) so I also had these, but not sure whether that's technically ok. Seemed fine for me though. I was a bit tempted to keep having them after AAM week, as I seemed to lose the same, but a couple of days if resisting temptation sorted that craving out. Glad I didn't have food now, as I can see how easy it would be to slowly let things creep back in for me. Good luck with whatever you choose!
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    Hi, I'm just finishing my food week and just added milk to one of the shakes, rather than risk food

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    The hairy dieters cook books are full of 200 cal meals, if you fancy eating that week. I have used them whilst doing the 5:2 diet. Lovely recipes and easy to make.





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