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Hi Muffy

Post by Admin on Fri Jan 20, 2012 7:07 pm

Thanks for the tip, many struggle with the Porridge, definately a product that takes practise, but once you have it right, clients love.... flower

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Porridge perfection

Post by muffy on Tue Jan 17, 2012 9:27 am

Hi Cath,

I used Granny Mac's porridge recipe found on this forum (under the hints and tips) i have pasted it below. I have also found the most important step to the porridge is to add the sachet to the water and not the other way around. It also helps if you sprinkle it slowly.

Granny Mac -
First i got a small microwave saucepan ,and a 200 ml measuring beaker
First empty the poridge into the microwave sauce pan
Add 160 to170 ml of cold water slowly and mix till smooth
Cook for 1 min ( my microwave is 900w)
Take out and stir
Return to microwave, and watch till you see it rise ( about 30-40 secs)
Check its the right thickness for your taste

Hope this helps, and happy dieting,

Muffy

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Re: One small step....

Post by knitterscarlet on Sun Jan 15, 2012 11:11 am

I was just wondering how you get the porridge to be nice and smooth...Mine seems to be lumpy (which made me wretch), then the next time I tried to blend it with a hand blender but it didn't thicken up at all.

Any tips would be gratefully received.

Love

Cath
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Hi Muffy

Post by Admin on Fri Jan 06, 2012 7:24 pm

Glad you enjoyed the porridge, some say there is a fine art to making the porridge so that it is enjoyable. It is possible to feel slightly nauseous when beginning the diet, this can be a mental attitude to the products which is a little more difficult to deal with as it means digging deep and searching your sub concious about why you are dieting and if you have any doubts regarding the products and VLCD. It can also be that you are receiving quite a lot of nutrients all at once. See how you go, drinking too much water all at once may not help but continue to drink the water possibly a little extra before and after the pack, then continued to take sips all day, carrying around a bottle is a good tip. If continue to feel a little sick, consider breaking your packs into 2 meals and take poss an hour or two apart have 6 or 8 meals each day until the sickness settles.

Hope feel better soon and the fact that you are enjoying will hopefully be the later mentioned.
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day one so far

Post by muffy on Fri Jan 06, 2012 6:44 pm

Hi all,
Had my first oatmeal a couple of hours ago and am feeling really nauseous am hoping it is temporary as i am really scared of being sick.

Drinking plenty of water and hoping some fresh air with the dog helps.

Has anyone else felt like this so soon after starting and did it go away quickly? Of course i might just be coming down with something and it might have nothing to do with the diet.

Was pleasantly suprised by the oatmeal actually (maple sugar one) it tasted great and was suprisingly filling although i havent quite fine-tuned the cooking yet so the texture wasnt great but totally edible nonetheless.

Hope this feeling goes away soon so i can get on with the diet!

Muffy


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welcome aboard

Post by Admin on Fri Jan 06, 2012 12:42 am

Hi Muffy hope you have survived your first few days and are enjoying the products. Remember to drink all your water it makes a vlcd so much easier
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One small step....

Post by muffy on Thu Jan 05, 2012 1:31 am

Hello fellow dieters,

This is my first 'diet' as i was always slim (10 stone ish) for most of my life until i put on 3 stone in the space of a couple of months. I recently realised that this was 3 years ago and since then my weight has steadily crept up and up until i was the 14.5 stone i currently am. Having even had my GP comment that i was 'looking chubbier' than the last time that he saw me i decided that it was the last straw and that something had to be done.

I have always eaten fairly healthily and since gaining all the weight i had hoped that by eating well and exercising more i could lose the weight, but it hasnt happened. Desperate for a solution i spent a great deal of time on the internet looking at meal-replacement diets and decided on protikee.

My first package arrived a couple of days ago and i'm excited to get going. i plan to start tomorrow, i'm gonna try it for a week and see how it goes, if i like it, i'm gonna get another months worth at least

Although i am looking forward to getting started there is a degree of trepidation as well. My main worry is about coping with the first few days, especially having the energy to walk my dog (she needs about 1.5 hrs). Still i guess i wont know until i try so here goes. Wish me luck guys.....

Muffy

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