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Fruit?

Discussion in 'Route to Management' started by katalena, 20 November 2009 Social URL.

  1. katalena

    katalena Enjoying life!

    I am a little confused about fruit at the moment.

    I am in week 3 RTM.

    In the book it says about "introducing fruit which you can eat anytime" and it says you can "have it whenever you like"

    does that mean 1 portion once a day whenever you want or you can have it whenever you fancy it i.e. breakfast, after lunch etc...?

    The reason for the confusion is it then talks about 5 portions of fruit/veg a day. Which I know is the recommendation but surely not working towards that now?

    Please will someone make this clearer for me.

    Thank you

    Kat xx
     
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  3. Jezebella

    Jezebella Playing the Angel

    Kat Hun

    This is always the hard part, learning to judge, how much of what and when. For me personally I had very little fruit to begin with, and kept it to one meal a day, but that was a personal choice. Now that I am more confident with it, I tend to have some with breakfast and some at the end of the day.On a very long day I might have another piece as a snack. So I guess what I am trying to say is, eat what you feel comfortable with and when you feel comfortable eating it. I still restrict myself quite a lot compared to my sister and other people in my RTM group who seem to eat a lot more fruit in the day. But then I am controlling type ;P

    Jez
    xx
     
  4. kenshin112

    kenshin112 Gotta Make A Change

    i control my fruit intake, but i love my banana/apple smoothie cant get enough of it especially after a hard workout :)
     
  5. Foxtrot

    Foxtrot Is back in the saddle!

    BUT... be careful. Fruit is one of my triggers and it can be very naughty. There can be a lot of sugars and starches so be wary and enjoy each piece for what it is.

    I guess we have all been brought up on how good fruit is for us, which it is, but like all things in this journey moderation is the key.
     

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