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    Slimming world advice - red & green

    Hi

    New to Minimins! Would just like to have it explained in more detail how Red & Green days work..

    I started doing SW on my own without attending any classes etc, and with help from a friend was shown EE. So far, I have lost half a stone on EE, but would like to start mixing it up a bit more by doing RED & GREEN days.

    Please can someone help explain these??

    Thanks! Charley x

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    Well done on your loss so far. You might find the following thread helpful: http://www.minimins.com/slimming-wor...xtra-easy.html
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    Red and Green days don't have the 1/3 superfree rule that EE has (however SF is always encouraged ) and you get an extra Healthy Extra, so you have 2 HeB choices, and 1 or 2 HeA choices.

    On Green days, you can eat until satisfied as much carbs as you want (rice/pasta/potatoes etc) but meat and fish are limited. They can either be synned, or used as a healthy extra choice.

    On Red days, you can eat until satisfied as much meat and fish as you want, but carby foods such as rice/pasta/potatoes are limited. As an example, you can have 230g potato as a Healthy Extra B choice, but it must have the skin on to be counted as a Hex.

    You still get 15 syns per day on both

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    Thank you so much! That's made it a lot clearer Want to start mixing it up a little, doing a couple red/green days, a couple EE etc.. I've heard it makes weight loss much easier! xx





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