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Lelly
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@bikerchris 34258 wrote:

Hi Lelly,

My recollection is that post wls, the issue is not calories but making sure we eat enough protein. I think that nutritional advice for ordinary people who is that men need about 2500 cals a day and women 2000. I’m no expert but your total seems a bit low to me but if you are managing up to a ramekin of low fat low sugar protein high food at mealtimes then you’re probably hitting the mark.

Chris x

Hello Chris,
I have about a ramekin full or nearly full to be honest, my lunch and dinner savoury meal ie cottage pie is 100g per portion or a bit less, I have milkshake for breakfast using Crusha NAS and for snacks 1 yoghurt, crackers and a cheese triangle and a bag of Quavers as my last snack and treat of the day whilst watching telly.

Lelly x

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