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HELP NEEDED PLEASE!!! SS+??

#1
So its restart 152 for me (ok slight exageration lol) & I have at last made it to day 6 with NO BLIPS!!! Yippee. I feel great, I dont feel hungry at all.
So far on Thursday hubby had chinese & red wine & when offered I declined :) I also went to a party last night with lots of buffet food & wine flowing & I DRANK WATER OMG lol
BUT tonight I am being dragged for a meal with my hubby god bless him. It was his birthday thsi week & he was on nights so feels liek he 'needs to go for a meal' to celebrate. I have tried hinting that it wont be good fro me but to no avail & I really dont wanna hurt his feelings by declining to go but I dont wanna ruin thsi for me either :-(
What do I do???
He has tried Lipotrim & knows how hard it is so I woudl of thought he wouldnt of suggested thsi but he is also the most selfless person & asks for absolutely nothing at all & to top it off he has just bought me a pink motorbike for xmas so how the hell can I not go for teh meal lol

SO if I have to eat WHAT woudl be best?
I am hoping to have enough self control to nibble & drink water but what is best to nibble on? I knwo on SS+ you can eat a tiny amount cant ya so any advice is greatfully recieved.

Well done everyone else too for doing thsi, ya all look to be doing great
Niki

xx
 
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#2
Hi Kilobel,

How did go last night? I think when you are ssing it means that you are trying very hard to stick to just the packs, bars, water, black tea and coffee. That said, "I doubt if a green salad with no carrots, tomatoes or dressing would have hurt." When I was in Foundation for LL, I would go out and have a coffee nothing else, unless I brought a LL bar with me.

MM
 
#3
I have been out for a few 'occasion' meals over the last few months, and always called the restaurant before hand, said i was on a special diet, and asked if I could have a simple chicken breast and green salad, or green veg. They have always obliged, and no-one we have been out with noticed anything. Its a compromise, but well worth it, and also proves that you can handle food and nights out!!
 
#4
I have been out for a few 'occasion' meals over the last few months, and always called the restaurant before hand, said i was on a special diet, and asked if I could have a simple chicken breast and green salad, or green veg. They have always obliged, and no-one we have been out with noticed anything. Its a compromise, but well worth it, and also proves that you can handle food and nights out!!
AlyB is right. Most restaurants are happy to support your special dietary needs.

MM
 


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