How much chicken on AAM?

Discussion in 'Cambridge Weight Plan' started by jenny_wren44, 16 May 2008.

  1. jenny_wren44

    jenny_wren44 Member a bit confused. My CDC has advised me to have an AAM week but when I asked her about the size of the portions she didnt seem sure...she told me to check the booklet that she gave me. I had a look at this and couldnt work out which step showed the portion amounts for AAM. So I sent her a text asking which I should follow and she advised Step 1b....this says you are allowed 120g chicken and 2tbsp veg for the meal...but after checking around on here it looks like you are only allowed 50g or 2oz of chicken during AAM? Can anyone clarify what it is I'm supposed to having...there's quite a big difference to what my CDC has told me??


  2. LizDesigns

    LizDesigns Well-Known Member

    Unfortunately it is only 2oz of chicken. There's a sticky at the top which should tell you all about it.
  3. LoveIt

    LoveIt Me on the right! x

    Hmmmm.... I only started 11 days ago and it's changed since I started so there isn't a AAMW now until after 12 weeks BUT I believe it is excatly the same... 120g's of chicken.
    Couldn't tell you if that's raw or cooked weight though... be good to see the answer though. x
  4. LizDesigns

    LizDesigns Well-Known Member

    Hi Jenny,
    Here's the sticky:
    You have all your packs as normal and on top of that you have a small meal consisting of.....


    11g/4oz cottage cheese (reduced fat)
    50g/2oz chicken or turkey breast without skin
    80g/3oz cod, haddock or other white fish
    80g/3oz quorn
    60g/2.5oz soft tofu opr 120g(5oz) firm tofu



    2 tablespoons of one of the following...

    green salad leaves eg. roquette, lambs lettuce watercress, raddiccio, little gem/romain lettuces.

    celery, cucumber or red raddishes

    courgettes or marrow

    broccoli, cauliflower or any cabbage including pickled cabbage.

    spinach, kale, turnip or taro tops

    asparagus, fennel and celeriac

    chinese leafy greens such as pak choi or chinese cabbage.

    don't add salt or fat but add herbs and a wee bit of stock if you want.

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