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    Quote Originally Posted by yorkslass View Post
    Trev, Trixie ain't very mobile, hard to lose weight that way. IT can be done slowly though. I know a lady who was wheelchair bound most of the time and she lost several stone.
    I've put 1/2 a stone on recently, but i've just found a miracle answer to my big problem, which is sweet stuff.I 'Ve cut out a midday meal, and indulge myself with a piece of cake made from a weight watchers recipe.The secret ingredient is chickpeas. With a coffee it gives a sweet hit but doesn't have many calories.
    Sue can you give me the recipe please ...
    there's a weight watchers carrot cake and I think that's made out of chickpeas ..
    It's the sweet stuff that's my down fall That and vodka 😊
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    Sue Iím with Jac on this one as sweet stuff is my downfall would love that recipe for the cake, both Malcolm and I have cut out sugar and Iím not that mobile! But well done Jac
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    Quote Originally Posted by Discokegs View Post
    Portion size is the easiest thing to control. It's all about self control, we all know what is good and bad for us its whether we eat it and how much of it we eat.

    Also drink lots of water.

    Ps If it's white don't eat as much of it as you would normally.
    It is well worth using scales to measure portion size. My breakfast cereal suggests that a portion is 40g but if I just tip a serving out, it is more like 90g.

    But small portions will leave you feeling "hungry" as your blood sugar drops, so try to switch away from eating carbs and go for high fat, high GI foods.

    These don't make your blood sugars rise and drop again anything like as much, so you can cope with eating less and not feel the craving to trough more.

    It's well-nigh impossible to get rid of all carbs, but do what you can.
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    No point eating cereal as mr k takes the best bit out and sells the rubbish to us,best eat porridge or cereal with nuts rasins etc made by others,morning start etc prings to mind.
    When i were young a raw egg was the norm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trevskoda View Post
    They say sex is eq to 7 mile run,i done buy that as i know i could never run 42 miles a night.
    6 times eh, yea, I bet you're laying on your back while you watch someone else do all the work!
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    Quote Originally Posted by trevskoda View Post
    No point eating cereal as mr k takes the best bit out and sells the rubbish to us,best eat porridge or cereal with nuts rasins etc made by others,morning start etc prings to mind.
    When i were young a raw egg was the norm.
    Depends what cereals you eat. Nothing Mr K makes counts as food.
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    Dorset cereals make fine wholesome range..
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoadTrek Boy View Post
    Dorset cereals make fine wholesome range..
    I try to buy cereals that are more than 20% fat by weight, so ther Nutty Granola passes that test. However, it isn't organic.

    If you saw how much glyophosate goes onto cereals just before harvest, you'd try to stick to organic flour and cereals.

    Real Eat Ultimate Organic Granola is good.

    There are several supermarket own-brand organic cereals of good quality in France, but in the isolated backwater of the UK, where price is king and crap is popular...
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    Quote Originally Posted by hairydog View Post
    I try to buy cereals that are more than 20% fat by weight, so ther Nutty Granola passes that test. However, it isn't organic.

    If you saw how much glyophosate goes onto cereals just before harvest, you'd try to stick to organic flour and cereals.

    Real Eat Ultimate Organic Granola is good.

    There are several supermarket own-brand organic cereals of good quality in France, but in the isolated backwater of the UK, where price is king and crap is popular...
    I'm not a fan of glyphosate (or Round-Up as it's generically known), but there is very little evidence of widespread use of it as a desiccant, esp on cereals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trevskoda View Post
    Are you stuck in front of the TV at night,get out for a good walk,5 miles or so.
    if only, i wish.......loved walking ,cycling. anything to do with outdoors etc.........however, unfortunately......,thats no longer possible.........it would be nice if i could get to the bottom of the garden...without having problems .........hmmm
    where there is hope , there is a dreamer
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