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Re: what is “normal” knowing there is no such thing when on stage 3

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@londonmag 26977 wrote:

Following in from what is normal 🙂 …….. Had fist ever dinner out last night post surgery; starter 5 prawns, allegedly king ones in garlic; main – 3 scallops – with a load of fancy nonsense that I didn’t eat!
All would easily fit into my ramekin so very happy!
Small amounts of nice food appears to be the way 🙂
Missed wine I think i i am honest, but…… Loved being able to drive home; this might just work 🙂
Love to all

You have made a very important point in this post. In fact two!

Because we are eating so little, it’s perfectly acceptable to our purses and wallets to eat really sumptuous food. If you have shied away from lobster, salmon, crab, truffles, etc in the past, have it now. Seafood especially is so good for you. If your digestion, food ethic/religion allows seafood then go for it. You will feel so ‘treated’ that you won’t feel left out at any point.

Secondly, if you can visualise all the food you eat fitting into a ramekin, then you know you are fine (you could even take one with you to measure it!) In fact do anything it takes to help to make your wls work for YOU. Another great tip: take a tupperware with you to save the leftovers – if you’ve paid a fortune for it make sure you eat it all!

Brilliant post and thanks for sharing it.

Doodah x

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