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    Bouillon

    I know this isn't strictly allowed... but i've had some bouillon today, i had two servings (2 teaspoons)... is this likely to knock me out of ketosis?

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    No it shouldn't do, you should be ok with that.

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    Tested on ketostick - all was OK.

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    I actually thought Marigold Bouillon was allowed on TS I was going to buy some tomorrow. I am not sure now. I was sure I read it somewhere. If anyone knows please let me know x

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    It's perfectly ok to have

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    Phew, I bought some on Monday and have had one mug a day since. Sort of feels like you're having soup, so is pretty good if you're feeling hungry I think x

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    Saved me today, freezing cold and this was life saver!

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    How do u make a mug of bullion is it one teaspoon full and fill up with hot water? Xx

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    That's how I do it, I think it has the instructions on the tub and I'm pretty sure it's 1tsp (it's at the office so I can't check). It's quite salty though so could maybe water it down a bit more depending on your taste

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    I got it with my delivery from tesco thank u! I didn't realise it was meant to be used as a drink too! I thought it was literally stock and dieters just used it haha so there were instructions thanks! It was yummmmmmy!!
    Last edited by Constantstar : 17th February, 2014 at 02:27 AM

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    Mmm it is good isn't it. Almost like soup...I much prefer it to the exante one anyway. Might try adding it to the veg soup and see what happens

    great first week loss!





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