Fruits

Discussion in 'Low Carb Diets' started by cinderzxx, 15 April 2010 Social URL.

  1. cinderzxx

    cinderzxx Full Member

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    Hi all!

    Im currently following weightwatchers, which (when im on track) has worked quite well for me but Ive been a bit naughty recently and put on 4lbs or so, have just got back on track this week but want to really shift some weight in the next month or so so thinking of cutting down on the carbs I eat,

    what are the best fruits to eat that wont push up my carbohydrate intake too much?
    im thinking to have carbs for one meal a day, maybe porridge for breakfast or pasta or cous cous somewhere in the day, I dont think i could do very low carb without binging!!

    what do you guys prefer? Do you have a limit of grams of carbohydrate you stick to a day?

    xx
     
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    Cinta Silver Member

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    Hi Cinderz,
    I stick to 20g of carbs a day.
    I look up the carb values of everything online, a lot of fruit seems quite high though so I'm avoiding it at the moment. I find this hard, I really miss apples, lol.
    It seems best keeping to green leafy veg for your carbs.

    I'm still a newbie to this, but I have learnt to read, read & read labels. It's fun looking at carb valus instead of calories or fat!

    Definately go on the Aktins forum (at the top of 'other diet options') There is a wealth of knowledge from members on there & a lot of help & support :)

    Good luck x
     
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