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Lorraine
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Hi Cazza,
I think the quantity of what you eat depends on the consistancy. For example: if you eat a pot of low fat custard it is about 4 tablespoons but if you eat a cracker and cheese although it is only 2 tablespoons in volume it is much more filling.
When I went for my checkup with the dietician she said to stop having wheatabix or porrige for breakfast and try having fruit and fibre and I find I can’t eat as much. Likewise last night I had risotto and could only manage a couple of tablespoons yet the day before I had a whole tin of Heinz Lentil soup. It really depends on how easily food slides down and how long it stays in your tummy.
I am sure you are eating the right amount, too much and you will be throwing it up, so worry not!
Take care
Lorraine

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