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Low fat spreads ...

summergurl

♥3 Years Maintaining♥
#1

Yasmine

One last chance
#2
I think mayo is allowed, but it has to be a very low fat version.
I avoided it though, wanted to be on the safe side :D. Umm, your best choice I'd have to say with spreads is low fat cheese triangles. There's weight watchers ones, which are large lol, more than enough for your slices and at 27 cals, and theres laughing cow extra lite 21 cals :)

Let's see what others do, we can get some ideas from them :)
 

RachieRoo

Silver Member
#3
Hi Tanya, Avoid totally on refeed hun any fat you consume will equal that you put back on, however once you have completed refeed/maintaining I guess you can allow it but count it in your daily calories and go for the lowest fat spread you can possibly find. Personally I have had no spread at all since TFR.
Just because I tend to be the type of person who will start off with a small amount and it will get spread thicker and THICKER. Apparantly spreads are made out of man made rubbish that have no nutritional value at all.Organic butter is the most natural but SO high in fat!!!

Personally I have avoided all fats/spreads and bread (apart from wholemeal wraps, pittas an occasional sliceWW bread) as I know that I am a bread and butter addict! (apart I occasionally use a 1 cal fry-lite spray for cooking). I have to say I haven't missed at it all. It's personal choice at the end of the day but think of all the other lovely things you can spend those calories on! xx
 

Yasmine

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#4
Hey rache, are we allowed low fat cottage cheese?
 

RachieRoo

Silver Member
#5
yep no worries there. I have it a quite a lot on oatcakes and with fruit it is nice, just like yogurt really, most low fat dairy are pretty much the same in my eyes (yogurt, fromage frais, cottage cheese,quark). Bio live yoghury is the best for you though as the cultures are good for digestion.
 

Yasmine

One last chance
#6
I have some bio yoghurt, but it's quite high in cals :(
 

RachieRoo

Silver Member
#7
Get a low fat/ v low fat natural bio yog hun if u can I use it on everythin x
 

Yasmine

One last chance
#8
Okies, the one my mum bought is a fruit one.
 

Yasmine

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#10
I need to try greek yoghurt, I heard it's nice. Is it the thin one? there's thick yog and thin ones.
 

kered

Gold Member
#11
Its a little bit thicker than normal yogurt, but it was amazing in my wrap yesterday and very low in cals too. It was so good, I had another wrap today, chilli sauce, beef, onions, red peppers, salsa sauce and greek yogurt, it was amazing.
 

summergurl

♥3 Years Maintaining♥
#12
whats greek yog? is that not just the same as natural yog?!!!
 


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