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Too much melon?

Discussion in 'Weight Watchers - ProPoints Queries' started by Oey, 15 September 2011 Social URL.

  1. Oey

    Oey Full Member

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    Can you eat too much melon? I use it as my crutch during the day, nibbling fairly constantly instead of sweets/chocolate. i could easily go through a couple of melons a day. Should I put a stop to this nibbling?
     
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    I think a variety of fruit would be better. I new someone who ate a tangerine every time she was peckish between meals (about 8-10 per day), she wasn't losing so the leader suggested she have different things, maybe 2 tangerines, an apple, grapes, strawberry's, kiwi fruit etc just mix it up and the weiit loss started back up again.

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    plus tangerines are really high in sugar. my mum ate tangerines about 4/5 a day and the doctor suggested she stop as her blood sugar level was too high.
     
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