Newbie need a bit of advice

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  1. wiggyste

    wiggyste New Member

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    Hi,

    My brother told me about this diet and i have been doing it the past 2 days.

    I'm not considered overweight but i want to shed a bit of weight so i can see my abs again......yeah i'm male :D.

    So, i've done 2 red days so far and i'm just basing them off what my bro wrote down for me.

    Yesterday

    Breakfast - 3 weetabix, 125ml of Blue milk
    Snack - Low fat yoghurt
    Dinner - Omelet with ham and a tiny amount of cheese for flavor
    Snack - Light Alpen Bar and French Fries
    Tea - Turkey and loads of veg (no potatoes)

    *Various fruit through out the day

    Today

    Breakfast - 3 weetabix
    Snack - Low fat yoghurt
    Dinner - Bacon sandwich
    Snack - French Fries
    Tea - Omelet with ham and small amount of cheese.

    *Various fruit through out day

    Now after researching i seem to be just under the 15 syns a day.

    Does that sort of food look ok for a red day?

    Also i'm unsure about what 'free' foods i can have on a red/green day.

    Fruit doesn't seem to fill me up that much.

    Can anyone give me any advice on some free foods?

    Any help is greatly appreciated.

    Regards.
     
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  3. Kwise1

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    Hiya

    Have you had a look at other people's food diaries ? There are loads of fab ones on here.
    It's difficult to see whether you are following your HEBs correctly as I don't know the size of bread or type you are using. I would start a food diary on the food diary thread and pit exact amounts down - people will always help.
    2 Weetabix is a HEB so 3 is one and a half. Is blue milk skimmed ?

    As for filling up on free food you could try cold meats or prawns or crabsticks? Or use your syns to fill you up.

    Kx

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