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  1. bubbles

    bubbles Regular Member

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    hi i am new to calorie counting! i am going for dinner tonight to ask restaurant i have no idea what the best option to have is, is there anywhere you can see how many calories are in restaurant meals as ask is a chain so is same menu across them all, been on website but couldnt find anything. if not what do you reckon is lowest? all ive had today is a pot of fruit, some yoghurt and a cup of soup xx
     
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    Have a night off, enjoy yourself and get back on it tomorrow
     
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    no i cant its too easy to keep doing that! had a lovely meal went for spag bog all the other pastas were creamy etc. it was lovely xx
     
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    Bearing in mind what you had already eaten that was probably fine.

    Eating out I find its not the actual meal thats ordered that kills it but all the extras - crusty bread on the table, garlic bread and side orders. Easy to eat loads of calories without 'realising' it :eek:
     
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    Sometimes soup is high in calorie and sodium too (like the infamous canned soup). But sometimes just take a day off :) releasing some stress will make you happier and easier to lose weight in the future.

    Jessy
     
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