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Fat Free Dressing question?

#1
Hi Everyone

I am getting increasingly worried about AAM and so the best way for me to deal with this is to plan extensively, even though I am 2 weeks away.

I have read in the yellow book that you can have fat free dressing, which is wonderful but again opens another issue for me, has anyone got an example of what brand this could be, I really don't want to get something that could knock me out of ketosis.

Thanks

Sara
 
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lancslass53

Silver Member
S: 15st7lb C: 11st6lb G: 11st7lb BMI: 23 Loss: 4st1lb(26.27%)
#2
i used the kraft ceasar one,light one, its good at mo as they are on offer in loads of supermarkets, morrisons bogof, asda 2 for £1, ive a cupboard full :D
 

Debz

Cambridge Counsellor
#3
Kraft also do a range they used to call fat free and now call light. Check the label says fat free. But generally look for Kraft Light dressings.
 

leehal

Full Member
S: 20st0lb C: 16st12lb G: 16st7lb BMI: 33.9 Loss: 3st2lb(15.71%)
#4
Sainsburys do an almost fat free honey & mustard dressing which is gorgeous (less than 1% fat).

I haven't tried balsamic vinegar yet, but the bottle we had in the house was 55% carbs, which seemed mega high and has put me off trying it.
 

Lovelyjoolz

Loving Life!
S: 21st12lb C: 20st12lb G: 11st8lb BMI: 41.9 Loss: 1st0lb(4.58%)
#5
Hellmans do a fat free dressing too - I saw it in Tesco's the other day.

I know what you mean about planning ahead - I start to plan my next AAM week the second one is over!!! :D
 


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