Green Days very confused please help I'm hungry!!!!

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  1. SlimDreams

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    Hi everyone,
    I am a member of body optermise and i cant find the healthy a's anywhere. (Green day)
    And in the healthy b's it says there is no bread (Green day)
    Is bread free on green days
    and is cheese a healthy a or b.
    Only had a mouthful of baked beans this morning as i dont know how to plan the food for the day until i kn ow this help LOL
     
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    You can have 2 slices of a 400g wholemeal loaf as a HB on a green day.

    Cheese is a HA or HB option on a green day also, but the amount depends on what kind you're having (ie/ hard full fat or low fat soft etc etc).

    HTH Jo x
     
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    thanks so if i want parmesan then it is a b?
     
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    I can recommend Cathedral City lighter - it tastes great, has a perfect texture, and you get 42g for a HEa.

    2 mini Babybel originals also constitute a HEa, as do 2 Dairylea Original cheese triangles.

    Those choices spring to mind as I have them regularly lol.

    Milk is a HEa too - 250ml semi skimmed milk / 350ml skimmed


    I am a full member and all these details are on the full site, I would be surprised if it wasn't on the Body Optimise bit too somewhere.
     
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    You can have 28g parmesan as a HEa
     
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    Thanks,
    the site is really plugging EE and it is hard to find the other info for red and green plans.
    Really poor site and it costs a lot. the only good part is the syns online and the snackulator.
    sending some sunshine
     
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    28g of Parmesan cheese is an A choice healthy extra on all plans. Also it is a B choice healthy extra on the green plan.
     
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    so the healthy extra a's are the same for red and green days? and the b's are different because some of the b's are meat otherwise it is the same?
    BTW i have contacted the site about this and they still haven't answered me as yet. nearly 1 week now
    thanks
     
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    Ok Ok im confusing myself more and probably everyone else lol
    so today if i pick for a green day
    he a 250ml ss milk
    28gms parmesan

    he b 113gms chicken
    28gms brown bread
    would this be OK???
     
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    Your bread has to be wholemeal, not just brown, and you can have 57g.
     
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    Yes, the A choices are the same for all plans.

    I hope you get this sorted out soon. It does not seem right that you are paying out all this money for a system that is not explaining the plan properly for you.
     
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    hi yes i meant to say 58gms, dont wat to do myself out of any extra food lol
    I ahve just double checked the site and it does not have any bread as a healthy option b at all. Is this a mistake?
    I am using bodyoptermise
     
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    You'll need someone who is also on Body Optimise to confirm/correct this. The group members section of the website is different to what you see as an online member, so I can't point you in the right direction.
     
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    OK thanks
     
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