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Extra Easy Have i messed up??

Discussion in 'Slimming World' started by amylou55, 7 March 2014 Social URL.

  1. amylou55

    amylou55 Full Member

    K so I had fruit for my breakfast which I know is ok. Then for lunch I had a small ham salad bun, small jkt potato with beans & a salad. Have I eaten too much, they were both only very small. Just worrying now. Thanks in advance xx

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  3. bubbalicious

    bubbalicious Silver Member

    What plan are you following?? Was the "bun" a wholemeal roll?? Sounds OK if you are following the Extra Easy Plan.
  4. amylou55

    amylou55 Full Member

    Hiya thank you it was wholemeal and I'm following extra easy today xx

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  5. Theria

    Theria Silver Member

    If the WM bread roll was a small one (60g) then that would count as your Healthy Extra B (fibre) for the day. The salad and vegetables are Superfree (free on both Red and Green) - you need to aim for 1/3rd of the content of your meals being Superfree. Lean ham is free on Red (and therefore also on EE) and JP and baked beans are free on Green (and also, therefore on EE).

    Sounds like a great mix for an EE day :)
  6. DollyGirl92

    DollyGirl92 Full Member

    Sounds like a good day if you're following EE.
  7. moolumps

    moolumps Full Member

    All good, and apart from the roll all free food so portion size doesn't matter, eat 'til your full!!
  8. amylou55

    amylou55 Full Member

    Thank you everybody, bun was my HEB so that's fine, thanks again and I'm reassured now x

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