ss + what r u allowed..

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  1. skinnylala

    skinnylala Full Member

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    julesrush Norwich CDC

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    have you got the yello weightcare booklet or pink sole source booklet from your cdc as it is all in there the correct amounts

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    skinnylala Full Member

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    thanks jules have it somewhere at home must dig it out tonight
     
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    julesrush Norwich CDC

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    sorry didnt have time earlier but this is list for ss plus incase you cant find book
    choose from:
    120g chicken or turkey breast without skin
    190g cod, haddock, or other white fish
    250g steamed tofu
    200g quorn
    180g tuna (in water)
    225g cottage cheese (reduced fat)


    2 tablespoons of:
    asparagus
    cabbage
    celery
    cucumber
    spinach
    broccoli
    cauliflower
    mushrooms
    courgettes
    lettuce ( all kinds)

    Can also use calorie free dressings and seasonings to spice it up abit.


    hth

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    Elvira Mistress of the Dark

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    sorry to barge in on the thread but can you use vinegar? i know a lot of salad dressings have it in them. and am i right in thinking no salt? xxx
     
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    I use a bit of low cal mayo (0.1 carbs per teaspoon) i have that instead and its yum!
     
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    sounds delicious saraian, i love mayo...especially on chicken! x
     
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    Its the weight watchers one, its a tiny amount but its nice.
     
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    What brand of mayo have you found? I haven't managed to find one that low yet!
     
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    Sorry, but what are the pink and blue(? )booklets for?
     
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    My CDC told me I could have pickled cabbage on ss+ so must be able to have vinegar?!
    (but don't quote me on that):confused:
     
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    julesrush Norwich CDC

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    yes vinegar is fine, balsamic on tuna is lovely. Just watch for the mayonnaise though, personally i wouldnt use as it still has 42cal for 15g and also 4.5g fat but down to personal choice.xx

    The pink book has ss and ssplus programme info in and the yellow booklet you should get from your cdc has all the cambridge plans in. Some cdcs can charge a small fee for them if they wish but most dont but a very important book to have for reference.


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