Success Express - Am I on the right track?

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  1. Lucy1987

    Lucy1987 Full Member

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    As my weight loss is sometimes painfully slow I decided to give Success Express a try for a few days to see if it helps shift some pounds. I just want to know if I'm on the right track...

    Breakfast:

    Quorn sausages, scrambled egg (2/3) and baked beans (1/3).

    Lunch:

    Ham sandwich on two slices of wholemeal bread from 400g loaf (so HEB and 1/3 of meal), 2 LC Light cheese triangles (HEA), strawberries, an apple, a nectarine and a muller light yoghurt (so 2/3 of meal). This is the meal I'm a little unsure of...

    Tea:

    Gammon, dry roasted potatoes (1/3), carrots and green beans (2/3).

    Snacks:

    2 Alpen Light bars (HEB)
    Apple

    Will probably have a kit kat later for some syns.

    Does this seem okay to you?

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  3. Xassy

    Xassy Silver Member

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    I'm no expert but that looks pretty good to me. :)
     
  4. Lucy1987

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    Thank you. It's actually not as bad as I thought it would be. It's nice being able to have green and red throughout the day. Feel like I'm eating more than usual too, a plus!

    x
     
  5. Chuffy_29

    Chuffy_29 Bring it on!

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    Seems fine to me.
     
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    Thanks. I shall see how it goes. I just feel strange being able to mix red and green and being allowed two HEA and HEB. However, I am eating a shed load of superfree food.

    For tea I'm having quorn curry (made with quorn pieces, chopped tomatoes, onions, peppers and a variety of spices) over a small jacket potato.
     
  7. jaylou

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    Your SE days look fine Lucy, this one

    Ham sandwich on two slices of wholemeal bread from 400g loaf (so HEB and 1/3 of meal), 2 LC Light cheese triangles (HEA), strawberries, an apple, a nectarine and a muller light yoghurt (so 2/3 of meal). This is the meal I'm a little unsure of...

    is okay as an EE meal as if you put it all on a plate then the ham would cover a 1/3 and the rest 2/3rd not taking your A and B into account.

    Your tea sounds lovely too. SE really does work, I use it a lot when I need a bit of a boost, even if it's just for a couple of days it can make a difference.
     
  8. Lucy1987

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    Yeah the sandwich was the bit I was unsure of, but was a rushed idea and easy for work. It was literally all on a plate with the fruit so it could have been worse...

    Think I shall make a SW quiche or omelette and take it to work for lunch tomorrow.

    xx
     
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