- 1 Post By lickthelid
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please can can someone help me, I'm not sure if I'm eating to much or the wrong stuff?
This is is roughly what I have in the week:
2 x nimble toast with low fat margarine
2 x nimble with scrambled eggs
Salad, Chicken, fat free craft dressing, Mullur yogurt, apple & carrots
Chicken, Apple, Mullar yogurt and a mug shot
Sometimes a corn on the cob.
Chicken, Salad, new roast potatoes
SW Burger, salad and SW chips
SW Spag & oasta
I have a macaroon on Saturday.
Can anyone tell me if something I need to change?
Which of the plans are you following?
Originally Posted by Poulter0903
As mentioned I dont see anything for your A choice to get your calcium from ie milk or cheese.
You could have a massive bowl of fruit for your brekki (all superfree) with a yogurt poured over.
Your lunches are salad? whats on it is there 1/3 of your plate filled?
Dont forget which foods are FREE and which are SUPERFREE. Do you go to class? Do you have all the books?
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I haven't been to the classes I just started using my mums book as I have kids and struggle to get to the classes. I don't have small potions so maybe I am eating to much?!
I tend not to have any syns in the week apart from better in the morning and the dressing on my salad.
I have two yogurts a day so would that class as my calcium intake?
I'm following the RE Plan. Thank you
You are not eating too much. You will need to read the plan thoroughly and make sure you eat both the HEXA and HEXB (you can have 2 of each with Red). SW encourage a third of your meal to be superfree food. Also the syn thing, I'm not sure you are not eating enough syns and need to make sure you get at least 10 to start with. I can't see your stats but perhaps you should even have all 15. You do need do weigh/measure the butter and dressing and work out exactly what syns you are eating per day. I would recommend looking through the diaries section and follow someone who does the red plan and see what they eat every day. Hope that helps.
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