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How much damage have I done

#1
Without going into too much detail, I've ended up having an unexpected pub lunch. I drank fizzy water and had the only thing that looked ok on the menu which was salmon with salad. I ate all the salmon (which was lovely after 7 weeks SS) and nibbled on the lettuce and cucumber. I'm not sure how much damage I have done as I have not looked into any of the higher plans, but my thought is that salmon is protein and the cucumber and lettuce as low in carbs. Also I'm not sure whether I should still continue having 3 shakes today. Any advise would be greatly appreciated.
 
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#3
I would definitely have all your CD meals today as normal, if for no other reason than it will help you stay in routine and therefore stay in control. There are far worse things you could eat, so try not to worry and glug plenty of water.
 

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#5
You won't have done much damage as long as you get straight back on track. Still have all 3 packs for the nutrients and move on!
 
#6
Thank you, that does make me feel better.. I have now got the headache from hell but don't think I have been knocked out of ketosis as I have not had enough carbs, I'm guessing it could be from the stress I've had today. Just hope when I jump on the scales tomorrow it doesn't show a gain. Keep fingers crossed for me x
 
#7
youll be fine love, I do ss+ so that means I eat fish and salad everyday and still loose a good 3lbs a week.

Just carry on, be proud of yourself for making a healthy choice and see it as a fantastic achievement - being in a difficult situation and making a brilliant decision.(i.e. not eating those yummies you can get in pubs!)
 
#9
Hope you are feeling a bit better today x
 
#10
Thank you everybody for saying I would be ok and I was .. down half pound yeyy :)
 
#11
Nice one :bliss:
 
#12
Thanks witchie x
 


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