Green Days Meat as a HE b

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  1. pinkyfluff

    pinkyfluff Grappling with life

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    I prefer green days, Extra Easy just doesn't float my boat! But I do like a little meat. i got a piece of Salmon out for my tea and looked up how much I can have as a HE b in my book. It says 57g, is this raw weight or cooked weight?

    Thanks for any insight. It mnay have said somewhere in the book and I have missed so will look again but if anyone knows the answer off the top of their head...

    Thanks

    Georgina x
     
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    just had a look in the book and it does not say i would count it as raw weight, it only gives raw and cooked for meat
    maybe someone will come along and know for def if not i could text my consultant for you if need be
     
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    yeah I figured it was prolly raw weight as other wise you'd have to cook and weigh then it might be a lot of waste.

    I know its not a lot of salmon though - trust me to pick that out of the freezer this morning. Will have to halve it and have half tomorrow!

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    Yes - raw weight.
    You get a lot of chicken for your HEB but not so much if you fancy some steak mince.
     
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    Well I had my dinner at about 5.45, done savory rice, 1 pack shared between 3 of us, sweetcorn and a salmon fillet, used a 5 syns plus my he b so I could have the whole thing. An hour and a half later and my belly is rumbling. Why am I so hungry - I am eating til I am full but within 2 hours I am hungry to the point of grumbling tummy. I have drank plenty so its not thirst.

    Trying hard not to wobble but I have no syns left and no healthy extras, have already eaten 8 pieces of fruit and had 2 yogurts today.

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    Hi there.
    One packet of savoury rice feeds one in my house. Well one of me then. Stretching it between 3 is not giving you enough to fill you. Get some SW chips in the oven now before you get so hungry you will eat everything in sight.:D
     
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    Well I had my syn free chips and 4 of DH doritos. Woken up this morning and I feel so belly achy and bloated and rotten. Its weigh in this evening and I expect a gain to be honest. I do believe that food "sits" in you for a while before being processed and the amount I ate yesterday is going to take a while to shift I can tell you.

    I also feel a bit bunged up and head coldy so maybe I was "feeding the cold"?

    Ahy well, see what weigh in brings and carry on from there.

    Thanks all for your support,

    xx
     
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