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Re: Food - Child hood days
« Reply #105 on: 13 January 2018, 21:31:23 »

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« Reply #106 on: 14 January 2018, 00:02:36 »



I need to lose weight. 122Kg I'd like to get down to 110Kg or less

Farmfoods have small frozen ready meals, about 350Kcals. Not enough for an evening meal (Tea, dinner, supper depending on how posh you are) but maybe ok for lunch. Most shop bought sarnies are 500kcals or more and I'm sure my normal is more. Lets see how it goes. I did something like this a few years ago and it worked great, it's all about limit and control. If I get back to 110Kg . . . . . I can pig out !







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« Reply #107 on: 14 January 2018, 00:51:11 »

Eat more rabbit food and chase more sheep Rog!  :y
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« Reply #108 on: 14 January 2018, 13:56:11 »

Eat more rabbit food and chase more sheep Rog!  :y

I don't need to chase. they come to me   ::)
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Re: Food - Child hood days
« Reply #109 on: 14 January 2018, 14:16:59 »



I need to lose weight. 122Kg I'd like to get down to 110Kg or less

Farmfoods have small frozen ready meals, about 350Kcals. Not enough for an evening meal (Tea, dinner, supper depending on how posh you are) but maybe ok for lunch. Most shop bought sarnies are 500kcals or more and I'm sure my normal is more. Lets see how it goes. I did something like this a few years ago and it worked great, it's all about limit and control. If I get back to 110Kg . . . . . I can pig out !

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« Reply #110 on: 17 January 2018, 18:00:42 »

I suppose in this day and age the foods I grew up eating[still do!]would be classed as unhealthy stodge,but it was always made up of fresh ingredients.You could tell by what was for tea[dinner to the posh types who do lunch]what day of the week it was as it was the same thing every week e.g. every Monday it was hash made up of Sundays left overs plus bread to mop up the gravy.
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Re: Food - Child hood days
« Reply #112 on: 17 January 2018, 18:55:19 »



I need to lose weight. 122Kg I'd like to get down to 110Kg or less

Farmfoods have small frozen ready meals, about 350Kcals. Not enough for an evening meal (Tea, dinner, supper depending on how posh you are) but maybe ok for lunch. Most shop bought sarnies are 500kcals or more and I'm sure my normal is more. Lets see how it goes. I did something like this a few years ago and it worked great, it's all about limit and control. If I get back to 110Kg . . . . . I can pig out !




If you are serious about losing weight I can recommend weight watchers, I was referred by my GP 3 years ago when I weighed 115 kilos got down to 95 kilos & have stayed there, like yourself I had lost weight previously but put it back on , you cannot go back to your old eating habits it's a complete change but definitely worth it, no more knee pains or shortage of breath, still eat well but no rubbish.
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