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First fast day...anyone else?

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Bayliss1 Tue 29-Oct-13 08:13:10

Anyone else starting today? It's my very first fast day. Got my meals all planned out and am actually feeling quite excited!!!

MrsBodger Tue 29-Oct-13 08:24:08

Ooh - please tell me your meal plans.

I want to do this, but I'm having trouble getting my head round it (bit thick). I need inspiration.

InsultingBadger Tue 29-Oct-13 08:36:35

I am getting back on it today... Good luck!

Bayliss1 Tue 29-Oct-13 08:46:34

I've just started the day with a large glass of water (very proud of myself for not having my normal cup of tea!!) with 20g Rice Krispies (one of those small boxes, I can't be bothered with weighing food) with a splash of skimmed milk (130 cals)
For lunch I plan to have 4 Ryvita crackers with 2 dairylea light triangles
For dinner cod in parsley sauce with mixed veg
I'm going to try very hard to drink lots of water rather than tea. I've used MyFitnessPal to work out the calories but it's telling me that most of what I'm going to eat today is full of carbs and they can make you more hungry so if anyone has any other ideas I'd love to hear them. I need to eat 3 meals or I will feel faint and I have 2 little ones to look after.
What are others eating??

SerendipityAlways Tue 29-Oct-13 11:07:15

Hi - I did my first FD last Monday and am on my second FD today. I ve not had anything to eat yet and am going to try and stretch that out until lunchtime when I will be having a poached egg on one small slice of toasted bread. I made the mistake last FD of eating a breakfast at 7am which then made the rest of the day really long. If I can hold out until about 1pm for my eggie treat then its not too long to wait until my dinner (Oven baked Cod, broccoli (Lots!) and a poached egg - yum!)
Lots of black coffee and water in between also..! Good Luck!

Bayliss1 Tue 29-Oct-13 20:22:57

Yeeey, I did it!!! Did nothing but think about food all day though! Really proud that I didn't cheat!

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