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Best for low points value - chinese or indian

Hi everybody

My name is Nicola, I am 35 years old and I joined WW this week. It's never a good week to join is it but the excuses could carry on for ever i.e. I've got something on this weekend etc.

I basically have something on every weekend so I had to just bite the bullet. Anyway, I have done WW before and the most I lost was just over a stone. I need to lose at least 5 stone so I'm hoping and preying that I can get it into my mind good and proper this time.

This weekend we have people coming over and tradition is we have a take a way. My question is, does anyone know the points values of any chinese or indian dishes? If not, which one do people think I'll be better off going for?

Thanks in advance and looking forward to sharing ideas and help

Nic x
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Hello and welcome, by far Chinese is the lowest compared to Indian dishes. If you haven't already got one from your meeting I'd reccomend the eating out guide highly. If your doing it on your own like me you can easily get one from ebay etc.

Try this link for some point ideas x
chicken with pineapple ... whole lot 3 points! :D yum yum yum! :p

Definitely Chinese :D
Great, thanks for the replies - it has helped make my mind up.

Mrs M - brilliant link which is now added to my favourites, thanks very much for that.

Nic x
Points in Indian food

A couple of years ago a member posted a full list of points values of both Indian and Chinese takeaways, I still have the Chinese list, but was wondering if anyone had the Indian points list.
Thanks in anticipation
I'm going for a Chinese meal with work tomorrow night. Very happy to find this won't completely blow it!
asda do the packs of different chinese and indian foods. they are not bad in points you could pick and choose and just shove them in the oven while u are chattin over a glas of vino xx

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