The Diet Plate

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  1. kammeg

    kammeg Full Member

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    Hi all

    Just wondering whether anyone has seen this before or used it??

    http://www.dietandfitnessresources.co.uk/diets/diet_plate.htm?gclid=CKqM5MqrnY4CFQI_EAodAkr_UA

    I am thinking proactivly for the future after SS/Maintenance. I used to have a huge portion control prob that i don't want returning.

    Just wanted to know if anyone has used one or would recommened etc.

    Also got a lteral thigh trainer today from ebay - heres to loosing the weight, getting thinner, fitter and staying that way forever!

    cheers.

    xxx
     
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    Had a look on the internet, you can get them slightly cheaper than the link you posted if you go to google and just search diet plate, I saw them for £17. Also BBC have a news story on them, they look really good, thanks for the link. BBC NEWS | Health | Plate aids diabetes weight loss
     
  4. Sez

    Sez has started again!!

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    I have a colleague who swears by hers, and uses it all the time! I am thinking of buying myself one once I have finished LL.

    Plus I have a LTT and I love it! It really is great exercise & its fun, bopping away to my MP3 player!! I hope you enjoy & have success with yours too!
     
  5. Karen

    Karen Serial Foodie!

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    all u need to do is get one of those plates u can paint urself...about £5 from woolworths. then lay ur hand flat on a plate, paint around it and thats ur salad/veg allowance, then ball ur fist, paint around it...thats ur protein allowance....then 2 fingers...thats ur carbs). when u do it urself, the portions work out perfect for ur size as u r using urself for measurements. that site has loads of cool stuff too tho!!!
     
  6. kammeg

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    oh cheers for the paint yourself idea! thats a cool idea!

    gonna try out the LTT tonight!! have a go whilst watching TV - that way at least i can do two things at once!
     
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    I am sure you can get these plates from the big Tesco's someone was telling me about them and said they had seen them in there.
     
  8. FitAndTrim

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    Thanks for this post. I too have been thinking a lot about how to maintain. I think i'll make myself one of these plates when I get nearer to goal.
     
  9. poohbearmufc

    poohbearmufc Longing 2 b a yummy mummy

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    An idea... bit of a cheeky one... but buy a make your own plate from woolies, but also order the diet plate (from somewhere with a return policy)... trace all the information onto greaseproof paper and trace it onto your make your own.... then send the diet plate back...

    HHHmmmm - what do you think??? or is that just me being cheeky (I might do it!!) :innocent0001:

    Love :party0048:
     
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