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Thinking of giving it a try

#1
Have been struggling with propoints this week. I've tracked everything and gone over by 37 pp. I think the difficulty is I do a lot of exercise (2 classes most days which I love) and therefore I just feel hungry. Was wondering if it would be easier for me to do simply filling (especially as I love to cook from scratch). Does anyone have any advice? If needed could I use my exercise points or are these not counted? Thanks for any help x
 
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#2
I highly recommend it- especially if you enjoy cooking. Have a wee jook through these threads and you'll find a list of free foods and recipes and diaries etc.

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#3
happykitten said:
Have been struggling with propoints this week. I've tracked everything and gone over by 37 pp. I think the difficulty is I do a lot of exercise (2 classes most days which I love) and therefore I just feel hungry. Was wondering if it would be easier for me to do simply filling (especially as I love to cook from scratch). Does anyone have any advice? If needed could I use my exercise points or are these not counted? Thanks for any help x
It'll probably really suit you then Hun give it a go for a week you've nothing to lose Hun ...my leader says to eat one or the other of weeklies or activity points but not both but thats just her opinion xx
 
#4
Well starting from tomorrow (my weigh in day) I'm going to give it a try. I realised after I'd typed that I wouldn't need my activity points after weeklies as obviously I'll choose food that's filling and 0 points. I'm staying in a b and b this weekend so at least I know I can have baked beans for breakfast x
No doubt I'll post more questions tomorrow...thanks Nomes and Rednicola x
 
#5
No problem happykitten ask away ...xx o and yeah I hardly ever need my full weeklies unless I drink which I rarely do ...I just use em for choc or sweets x
 


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