Why can't we eat a piece of salmon

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  1. Channy35

    Channy35 Wants to do this!

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    I would really love to be able to have stir fry veg and salmon but its not allow is it. Do you really think it will do me much damage?
     
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    No, it's not on the list. Probably because it is an oily fish. But I was on another vlcd, W8, and I think they allowed it. It is protein, and the fish oils are healthy ones. I'd say have it instead of tuna. No I don't think it will greatly affect your weight loss.
     
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    My CDC says it's fine to have salmon on SS+

    I have about 150 grams, so slightly less that the normal fish allowance.

    Hx
     
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    No sorry it's not "allowed" until 1000cal plan, as too oily.
     
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    Would it kick you out of ketosis?
     
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    No it wouldn't as its pure protein.
     
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    In that case...I might get some at the weekend. I love salmon.
     
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    Check the pack, im sure its got twice as many calories as the same amount of tuna.
     
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    That true about the calorie content as when you're doing SS+ you're only allowed 200cals.
     
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    It won't kick you out of ketosis but does have more cals in. As a VLCD is a very low calorie diet, if you start upping the cals then you obviously risk slowing your losses. But you'll stay in ketosis and will continue fat-burning, so it's swings and roundabouts really. It's got to be your call although the official CD line is "no", and it's best to stick to the plan 100% if you can!

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    I agree with Wannabe, it's the calories that are of primary importance, otherwise we'd all be on Atkins ;) xx
     
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