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Any Irish refeeders out there?

moonlight

Full Member
#1
Dia duit a chairde! Conas ata tu? (Hello everyone/friends, how are you?) That's the Irish lesson over for tonight :rolleyes:

Being having a look around the supermarket (s) in anticipation of refeed :). Feel a little suspicious walking in, checking all the labels on foods and then brazenly walking back out empty handed.:D but it has to be done.

I haven't been able to source low fat fromage frais or low fat/0% fat greek yoghurt. Anyone from Dublin know where they can be picked up?

Thanks

M
 
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kered

Gold Member
#2
Top o the mornin to you (thats my Irish......lol)

Chelcie is from Ireland, but I am not too sure which part. I am sure she will be along soon and maybe she can help you with your query.

Good luck on refeed.
 

moonlight

Full Member
#4
lol, you're practically fluent!!

Just thinking you should write a Lipotrim refeed book and get Lipotrim to sponsor you. I printed off a lot of your refeed diary this morning (hope that is ok) but had to throw away a "tree" weeding out the refeed day menus. :(

I never thought to cut and paste before printing and have felt guilty about the environment ever since!

Anyway, get writing that book so that I can be a size 10 too :jelous: and save the world at the same time.

I think I am destined to always feel guilty about something all of the time.:mad:

M
 

kered

Gold Member
#5
LOL at the tree wasting, but glad that my diary has been helpful to you and others. We are all refeeding differently after the first 2 weeks of refeed, but its nice to see that you can eat and drink and also have some snacky type things naughty and healthy and it really works. Just keep account of what you are eating when you start and dont let it become an obsession. Just cut back a little the next day if you have overdone it one day and follow the refeed to the book to avoid those glycogen levels getting up to normal levels too quickly.

Im glad you approve of my Irish, I am pleased with my fluency! lol.
 

moonlight

Full Member
#6
any irish out there now??
 

kered

Gold Member
#7
Perhaps you might be better to send a message to her, or open a thread for the attention of chellywellyboot. She was on last night, but she must have missed your thread.
 

ChellyWellyBoot

I will be skinny again!!!
#8
Hallooo!!

Sorry Im from Northern Ireland!

Do you not have a tescos down there? xxx
 

moonlight

Full Member
#9
HI chelly, we do but I would have to travel to get there, do they have both the 0% greek yoghurt and low fat fromage frais?

Hubby from the North too so travel up a lot, can you get the stuff in Asda do you know?

Ta
 

ChellyWellyBoot

I will be skinny again!!!
#10
Yeah you can get both in tescos

Not sure about asda!

Ill check their online shopping website and get back to you in a few mins xxx
 

ChellyWellyBoot

I will be skinny again!!!
#11
Asda have -

ASDA Good for you virtually fat free fromage frais - natural 500G

virtually fat free natural fromage frais


and


ASDA Good for you Natural yogurt - Greek style 200G



Thats the closest things I could find that they have xxxx
 

ChellyWellyBoot

I will be skinny again!!!
#12
Hope that helped chick!

I tried to search for stores in dublin that stock these items but my search didnt bring anything up!

Good luck xx
 
#13
Oh you are such a sweetheart, thank you so much.:hug99:

Never thought to look on line myself...:doh:
 

ChellyWellyBoot

I will be skinny again!!!
#14
Lol dont worry!

I used to work for Sainsburys online groceries so its always in my head about checking their online shopping haha!!

Good luck x
 


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