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Discussion in 'Orlistat (Xenical)' started by lynsey2510, 17 March 2010 Social URL.

  1. lynsey2510

    lynsey2510 Full Member

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    Just been looking at crisps and their fat content. Walkers French Fries, which I thought were "healthy" are 33grms of fat per 100g :eek::eek::eek: Cant believe how much fat are in these! Any good ideas on low fat crisps?
     
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    I can't seem to find any crisps as such but Ryvitta Mini's in Sweet Chilli flavour are rather nice <3
     
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    Walkers baked crisps are 8.3g fat per 100g and 2.1g per pack. I know its outwith the 5g rule but i've found I can have the occasional pack with no side effects.
     
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    I think the baked crisps are your best bet!
     
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    Redkoala Go on smile! =)

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    snack a jacks :D !
     
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    tesco light choice crisps are yummy and the tesco light choice pretzels too,hardly any fat in them,yay!
    I also love ryvita minis and the weight watchers mini hoops :)

    I am a crisp fanatic so I looked for ages to find ones I could eat!

    Claire x
     
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    snackajacks are the best ones , & the baked ones ive tried too with no problems.
     
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    I discovered Weight Watchers own brand crisps seem to fit in the 'fat rules' for Xenical.

    But I could be a total crisp-a-holic if I let myself, so fortunately the only local supermarket I know that stocks them is one I don't go to very often *ROFL*

    However, the other night, driving home from a seminar late at night and I was absolutely "chewing-the-steering-wheel" craving a bag of crisps :eek: ...but being a good girl I made myself check the labels on everything I fancied in the petrol station we stopped at....and I discovered that pretzels are not too far off the rules (the pack I had was 5.5g per 100g) and so I scoffed a small pack of those instead <blush> ...craving was satiated instantly!! :D
     
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