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Quaker oats????

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Silence is Golden!
S: 21st0lb C: 19st8lb G: 15st0lb Loss: 1st6lb(6.8%)
#1
S: 20st1lb C: 14st9lb G: 12st12lb BMI: 35.2 Loss: 5st6lb(27.05%)
#2
i sometimes eat porridge for breakfast and have never had ill effects, i substitute sugar for raisins and banana and it is delicious and filling, therefore reduces the need for snacking before lunch, quaker oats 20g mixed with 300ml semi skimmed milk is 142cals and 3g of fat, not bad at all compared to a lot of cereals, even those aimed at dieters x
 

Kes

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S: 232lb C: 179.8lb G: 140lb BMI: 30.9 Loss: 52.2lb(22.5%)
#3
I've found a porridge that is in the rules.

It's the dorset cereals Apple and rasins packets you get 10 in a box... and they are yummy!
 

round-as-a-pound

Silence is Golden!
S: 21st0lb C: 19st8lb G: 15st0lb Loss: 1st6lb(6.8%)
#4
I love porridge in the mornings, with banana and cinnamon powder but am confused as on the packet it says it contains 8g of fat per 100g, I only ever make it with skimmed milk, but dontwant to havesome dodgy effects on my first day.... ;S (trying to avoid those tbh)
 

booboocraig

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S: 18st5lb C: 14st2lb G: 10st0lb BMI: 35.1 Loss: 4st3lb(22.96%)
#5
I eat porridge...everyone has a different reaction to foods I go between 5g and 10g of fat per 100g.....I even grind porridge up to make flour :)
 


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