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ok, so i had a great weight loss for my first week by doing SS 100%.
but...i have a few meals out with friends this week and i DO NOT want to tell 1 or 2 of them that are going to be there that i am on CD.
I was thinking of moving up to SS+ but I know that once I go onto SS+ im going to want to stay there.
so... what are the weight losses like on SS+?
and is there a website where i can find out what foods and how much of it i can have on SS+?(or if you can be bothered to post the info on here, it would be appreciated also:p);)

This is my mini goal tracker

this is my ultimate goal tracker

Week 1 loss = 10lbs
Week 2 loss =
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S: 12st9lb C: 12st9lb G: 10st7lb BMI: 28.6 Loss: 0st0lb(0%)
Hi weight losses on SS+ are still good. On average about 12-14lbs a month so a little less then SS. Were you given a Sole Source booklet from your CDC when you started? Pinky coloured.
The losses are about the same on SS+ (I'm on it) and I kind of do a mix between the 4 packs and milk, and the meals when I have to eat out.

I get restaurants to do me a nice chicken salad, or chicken breast and broccoli.

There is a list of what you can/can't have in the yellow book.

So it's a green and white meal, 200 kcal.

White fish / white poultry
(Cod, chicken, turkey)
Plain Quorn
Leafy greens,
Green salad

No carrots, tomatoes, peppers etc. Anything that isn't green or white basically!
Spices, herbs, curry powder all make life a little more interesting. Be aware of premixed seasonings though - like jerk, or bbq - they are loaded with sugary things.

Use your common sense really, if it works for you do it, if it doesn't don't. (Also if a seasoning has stuff in it you wouldn't eat on a diet - mango and lime for example, then don't eat them, they'll knock you out of ketosis)

Hope that helps.

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