Just want to say SW is probably the best choice you can make to lose or maintain you weight in a healthy way while pregnant. They have special plan for pregnant women so you get to have 2 Hex A & B choices to make sure you are getting the amount of food you need in a healthy way (and boosting your calcium intake)
I have 2 kids (2 1/2 and 20 months) I managed to stick to SW a lot through my first pregnancy and stayed the same weight throughout. My second was a lot more complicated and I PILED on the weight (which is why I'm doing SW again now) I too had all those extra appointments etc too with both of mine.
What do you do for a living just out of curiosity, but you may also find someone in a similar job who can share food ideas with you.
Hi, thank you and well done on your weight loss you are doing amazingly!
I have maintained so far so i am hoping even if i can't lose any more weight I will be able to maintain during my pregnancy.
I work in marketing so I have a lot of business lunches and things, which makes it hard to eat slimming world friendly food. For example, yesterdays menu was ok apart from lunch grrr....
Breakfast: crumpet and banana
lunch: lasagne and salad
dinner: pork chops, mashed potato and veg
snacks: a few haribo
We went to an italian place and it was either really cheesy pasta, pizza or lasagne haha.
Today I am in the office and have made myself a massive fruit salad for lunch.
I remember working in marketing all that eating out can be a nightmare! Could you maybe opt for chicken/fish/steak and veg instead? Or risotto? Even pasta in a tomato based sauce would be a good choice.
For your breakfast could you switch your crumpet for WM bread? You can use it as your HexB instead of a syn and with you being pregnant you could have 4 slices from a little nanna loaf! The wholemeal choice will help you feel fuller for longer and the fibre will be good for you and little bump Will a fruit salad be enough to fill you? I always worry about people not eating enough on this plan haha
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