Alli- friendly food recipes?

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  1. Pippa1703

    Pippa1703 Full Member

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    Hi all, just started with alli, my boyfriend usually does all the cooking, me calorie counting does his head in, so watching fat numbers too will make it even harder for him!! :)
    Any good recipe faves to share that won't cause 'upset'?
     
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    Hiya Pippa,

    I would recommend The Alli Diet Plan Book its filled with recipes and my partner eats what I have also...

    I would also say log onto How healthy works | alli you will have a weekly weigh in with alli and there are also great recipes on there

    I was on alli for a month before going to my Dr to ask for Xenical which is what I am now on....stay in touch hun xxx
     
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    Thanks for that, I'll check them out, been on for a week, not expecting miracles, just a push out of my plateau! Thanks again x
     
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    Alli is a great tablet hun just make sure you use it to the best of its ability......its about a lifestyle change and not a diet....its all about re-educating yourself on good foods

    the alli diet plan book is great and I swear by it....the recipes are fantastic

    Goodluck xx
     
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    I've been dieting for about two and a half months, lost twisting but now I've been hovering between 212 ad 214lbs for three weeks, it's really frustrating!
     
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    How many calories are you having ? what foods are you eating?

    If your having pasta 50-75g dry weight
    if your having rice 40g dry weight
    if your having chicken 150g

    as I say get the alli diet plan book it really teaches you how everything works...its about getting your portions right .....when having a snack make sure its really low in fat.....

    :)
     
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    I have mostly stir-fry veg, grilled chicken, soups, lots of prawns, snacks tend to be snack a jacks (bigger ones, not bags) alpen light bars.

    I keep portions quite small, I'm just looking for more variety really, I don't eat dairy much anymore (other half is allergic and he does all the cooking!) so I don't have much fat from that, I do like my eggs though!
     
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    only use a tbsp oil when you stir fry !!
    i eat eggs too i love them.......as i say get the alli diet plan book its recipes are great and are good for all the family.......you then realise the portion size....as 500g of meat is normally between 4 people.....it has a great variety of info as well ....i highly recommend it :)

    what exercise are you doing as i lowed down a bit but just shocked my body and its started again on good losses....i normally lose around 12lbs a month :)
     
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