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    Teenie *hugs* im a firm believer that if you dont sort the head stuff, the dieting stuff is pointless. I completely understand where you are coming from, ive only sorted this stuff out with a psychologist like 6-7 weeks ago. And since then i no longer use food to feel better, because it doesnt make me feel better. And as soon as i worked that out, i dont even really enjoy food anymore. On my weekend off (birthday weekend) i got to eat anything and i enjoyed it somewhat but it didnt bring on that therapeutic euphoria i used to get from it so i didnt really go overboard or binge like i would have earlier in the year.

    I hope you will get there too. Its a very hard journey. Hugs*

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    S - 3x squares of low carb choc + protein shake.
    L - chicken bacon and tomato Salad
    D - low carb schnitzel with veggies

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    Thanks zombie. I know I need to sort my issues out. I think for me it's a case of needing to come to terms with things and accept them.

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    Hi Teenie

    I eat japanese all the time whilst doing low carb. I find it works really well, no need to tell anyone just make good choices.

    Edamame beans, sushimi, teriyaki chicken/beef. At sushi train you should be able to order a couple of hot meat dishes.

    Good luck

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    Scrambled eggs
    Japanese takeaway - salmon and veggies
    Chicken wings
    Sugarfree chocolate

    Hope everyone else has a great day.

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    Mandarin, tuna salad, meat and vegies for dinner :-)


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    Quote Originally Posted by TeBe View Post
    Hi Teenie

    I eat japanese all the time whilst doing low carb. I find it works really well, no need to tell anyone just make good choices.

    Edamame beans, sushimi, teriyaki chicken/beef. At sushi train you should be able to order a couple of hot meat dishes.

    Good luck
    Thanks TeBe. I had teriyaki beef. Yummo. I did eat about a quarter of the rice it came with. I'd been at work and was literally ready to eat my arm. Did ok though.

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    I have been pretty consistent
    Bacon and eggs
    Yoghurt and nuts (still not sure if yoghurt is a good choice but I have read that greek is not so bad and that is what I am having, unsweetened)
    Left overs for lunch - last nights moroccan mince with vegetables.....and no cous cous
    No afternoon snack
    Dinner at Hogs Breath - Steak, chicken and salad, creamy garlic sauce.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpecialPatrolGroup View Post
    I have been pretty consistent
    Bacon and eggs
    Yoghurt and nuts (still not sure if yoghurt is a good choice but I have read that greek is not so bad and that is what I am having, unsweetened)
    Left overs for lunch - last nights moroccan mince with vegetables.....and no cous cous
    No afternoon snack
    Dinner at Hogs Breath - Steak, chicken and salad, creamy garlic sauce.
    Hi SPG
    How many grams of carbs are you aiming to eat in a day. No food is a good or bad choice, it just has to fit into your daily carb allowance for you to lose weight.

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    Hi ladies

    Ive been following your thread with interest as it's something I would like to try. I'm about 4 weeks from giving birth with my third child so am very keen to start straight away after the birth.

    I contemplated doing light n easy for 12 weeks max but reading about it online, I think the fake food is not for me.

    Has anyone followed this plan straight after birth?

    Thanks


 

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