WW and Low GI

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  1. Crazybecky5

    Crazybecky5 Green tea advocate!!

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    13st0lb
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    3st7lb(18.92%)
    Diet:
    Atkins/Low Carb
    Has anyone tried combining the two? I would be interested to hear of anyones experiences!

    Seriously considering it to help combat my weight and PCOS all in one go! :D
     
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    I try hard to have low gi as I've pcod I never have white bread now and have porridge brown rice and pasta, I dint get hungry like I used to so I feel it works :) xx
     
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    Crazybecky5 Green tea advocate!!

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    Diet:
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    Ah that's positive :) Ive just been looking at the food lists and it seems sustainable! And...Tesco's mark thier food up depending on the GI scale which could be really helpful - i might give it a whirl and see.

    Only problem i have is that i'm addicted to bread!! I bet i'd loose a good few pounds the first week just cutting that out! :D hehe!!
     
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    I used to eat alot of bread but pcos and carbs dont mix insulin resitance so maybe have low fat wraps or wholemeal crackers?Im a crisp addict day 2 with none lol
    I didnt realise that with tescos will have a look thanks xx
     
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