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Discussion in 'Exante - Total Solution 100%' started by christmasfairy1, 17 October 2011 Social URL.

  1. christmasfairy1

    christmasfairy1 Silver Member

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    Is it acceptable to drink the whole 3-4 Ltrs of perfectly clear ? As long as it's citric acid free? Or does it need to have so much normal water??
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    As far as i'm aware it should be ok... fluid is fluid. The only time you need to be careful is if it's tea/coffee or fizz like Dr Pepper or Coke Zero, as these contain caffeine and caffeine is a diuretic so effectively it dehydrates you. You can still have them obviously, but just not alone x
     
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    How much bouillon I's it wise to have a day? It's 12 cals a cup and i imagine has a bit of salt I'n am j ok with a couple a day??
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    I used to have a cup of bouillon a day when I was on Cambridge and it didn't seem to do any harm. There's a low salt version if I remember rightly which is probably better. I considered it to be like their savoury vegetable drink (only cheaper!).

    I used to have a cup of that followed by a Cambridge mousse in the evening so it felt like 2 'courses'. Obviously, there isn't a mousse option on Exante but I suppose the same principle applies.

    At the moment, as it's early days for me, I don't want to stray from the very narrow path but maybe later I may bend things a bit to make life a little easier.
     
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