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first food diary on xenical xx

#1
yesterday i had bran flakes for breakfast , vegetarian chiken fillet with peas and mash for dinner and pasta with cheese for evening meal ,

:eek:

today i had potato and leek soup with 5 slices of nimble bread :eek:i know i shouldnt hve had 5 !!! but i was really hungry and i thought well its better than eating a big takeaway xx
 
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Alex_1978

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S: 20st11lb C: 10st7lb G: 10st5lb BMI: 25.6 Loss: 10st4lb(49.48%)
#2
Hi Kerrie,
Well done of getting your diary started, it really does help you keep track of things, and spot patterns of eating and behaviour.

Can I just ask what kind of cheese you had with your pasta? Ordinary cheese is about 35g of fat per 100g - way above the 5g/100g rule :eek: so that's something to look out for!
Things like Laughing Cow and Philadelphia Extra Light are much better...

Sorry to stick my nose in! It might've been something pre-prepared that you ate - something that was completely within the 5g rule, but I wouldn't want you getting side effects if not!

All looks OK otherwise though...and well done for sticking to the Nimble bread rather than a takeaway! Don't let yourself get too hungry though, make sure you allow yourself some snacks so you don't get to that 'oh my god I could eat anything/everything' stage :D
 

tina67

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S: 17st8lb C: 13st12lb G: 12st0lb BMI: 35.5 Loss: 3st10lb(21.14%)
#3
I soooo miss the cheese.....i must have read every label of every ump of cheese in sainburys the other day. The laughing cow extra light will have to do..
 

KittyBling

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S: 16st1lb C: 13st11lb G: 11st7lb BMI: 29.3 Loss: 2st4lb(14.22%)
#4
Cheese is difficult, I love it but there really is no acceptable low fat alternative. The Extra Light triangles come closest. I miss cheese on toast....
 
S: 17st6lb C: 15st10lb G: 12st8lb Loss: 1st10lb(9.84%)
#5
i tend to use a slice of 'lowlow cheese slice' it has 4.4g fat per slice but if i'm having pasta and it needs a little cheese then i add one of those on the top and melt it.

it actually melt's quite well and one slice is enough for me, just need a little hint you know.

have used it for cheese on toast once too :)
 


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