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Any advice on sw diet?

SpaceAngel

I ate my willpower!
S: 21st6.0lb C: 21st6.0lb G: 11st0lb Loss: 0st0lb(0%)
#2
Hi Gemma

Check out the slimming world wesbite where you can see an example of a 7 day eating plan. The diet works on red and green days. There is no points counting.

On red days lean meat, fish and eggs are unlimited and you can have healthy extras of pasta, bread, dairy etc.

On green days pasta and rice are unlimited and you can have healthy extras of meat, fish, dairy, bread etc.

There are also loads of foods that are unlimted on both days which are most fruit and veg, quorn, mullerlights and lasting sat yogurts.

You could also pop to the shops and get a copy of the lastest SW magazine. There are great ideas and recpies in there too.
 
#3
hi gemma

I love slimming world did try ww briefly but wot a difference, ww you are limited like you say to points, but with slimming world fruit is unlimited only fresh or frozen and as long as you don't juice it, and your carbs are free if you choose green days and like pots, pasta and rice, but if your a meat eater you'll love red days unlimited meat, fish and poultry.

The only bit of weighing you have to do is your cereals, milk and cheese.

Will you be going to a group, I find mine invaluable and come on here for some mid week support when i'm struggling, they will explain it much better, but i'm sure you will enjoy it. good luck with what you decide x
 

rainbow

Gold Member
S: 20st4.5lb C: 17st13lb G: 10st7lb BMI: 41.8 Loss: 2st5.5lb(11.78%)
#4
You'll love it Gem its brill! x
 
#5
Hi Just joines and starting sw tonight by myself i am not going to group as just had twins. Can any one tell me the weighed amount of rice,pasta and potatoes on a red day. does 35g sound right for rice and pasta and 200g for potatoes?:wave_cry:
 

zenabob2105

Silver Member
S: 13st4lb C: 9st9lb G: 9st10lb BMI: 23.9 Loss: 3st9lb(27.42%)
#6
Hi Just joines and starting sw tonight by myself i am not going to group as just had twins. Can any one tell me the weighed amount of rice,pasta and potatoes on a red day. does 35g sound right for rice and pasta and 200g for potatoes?:wave_cry:

HEb – Beans and Pasta (O)
(Non Branded) - 100g Aduki beans, boiled weight
(Non Branded) - 100g blackeye beans, boiled weight
(Non Branded) - 100g wholemeal pasta, boiled weight (dry weight 35g)
(Non Branded) - 113g broad beans, boiled weight
(Non Branded) - 113g butter beans, boiled weight
(Non Branded) - 113g cannelini beans, boiled weight
(Non Branded) - 113g chick peas, boiled weight
(Non Branded) - 113g haricot beans, boiled weight
(Non Branded) - 113g lentils, whole, green or brown, boiled weight
(Non Branded) - 113g marrowfat / processed peas, canned
(Non Branded) - 113g red kidney beans, boiled weight
(Non Branded) - 142g baked beans in tomato sauce
(Non Branded) - 142g garden peas, boiled weight
(Non Branded) - 142g mung beans, boiled weight
(Non Branded) - 255g broad beans, boiled weight
(Non Branded) - 57g cannelini beans, boiled weight
(Non Branded) - 57g haricot beans, boiled weight
(Non Branded) - 57g red kidney beans, boiled weight
(Non Branded) - 71g garden peas, boiled weight
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HEb – Vegetables (O)
(Non Branded) - 198g new potatoes (including skin), raw weight
(Non Branded) - 198g parsnips, raw weight
(Non Branded) - 227g baking potato (including skin), raw weight
 

mod-karen79

rainbows holiday buddy :)
#7
Hi Just joines and starting sw tonight by myself i am not going to group as just had twins. Can any one tell me the weighed amount of rice,pasta and potatoes on a red day. does 35g sound right for rice and pasta and 200g for potatoes?:wave_cry:
you can't have rice as a healthy extra on a red day.
 
#8
Thankyou for that help got books from my sis inlaw. understand am i .Finally understand on red days which i think would suit me better i can have as much meat as i like plus super foods . So basically we are cutting out the majority of carbs from our diet.?:p
 


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