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shesaidhello1 Thu 02-Mar-17 21:06:22

I've decided to start EESP today to help my non-existent weight loss. My own fault, too many meals out for birthdays and weddings etc. I'm so unhappy with my weight (have around 1 1/2 stone to lose before I'd think I would be happy but that's another topic!)

So decided to start EESP as heard many good things about it. Have all meals planned out etc but just realised I'm using yogurt to marinate my chicken and these aren't allowed on EESP right? Am I sabotaging my weight loss and not doing it properly? Should I stop using the yoghurt and find another EESP friendly chicken marinade? But then I've read some people have used yoghurt for overnight oats and classed it as EESP. FYI it's around 1 to 2 tbsp yoghurt.

GoldenBlue Thu 02-Mar-17 21:39:05

Yoghurt is not sp. Swap it for quark to keep on track. It is good in over night oats too

shesaidhello1 Thu 02-Mar-17 22:39:35

Aah didn't think about quark thanks! I've never used quark but did buy a tub the other so it's already in the fridge. I've made overnight oats with soya milk today but will be trying quark next time. Thanks!

Groovee Thu 02-Mar-17 23:33:10

My friend does oats with frozen fruit overnight for SP days x

shesaidhello1 Thu 02-Mar-17 23:41:18

Oh thank you. I'm just struggling so much with weight loss and feel like I'm buying new things to try all the time, then another birthday comes along (big family on both mine and DH's side) which ruins progress. Lost a measly 5.5lbs since Jan and someone at work keeps showing off 2 stone loss in 2 months! I'm quite private about my SW journey and only DH knows I am doing it, as I would hate to be judged on the fact that I haven't really lost much!

GoldenBlue Fri 03-Mar-17 06:56:47

I'm a slow and steady loser, between 1 and 1.5 per week but have reached 3.5 stone off and target now.

I love over night oats with frozen fruit and quark, maybe a touch of lemon essence (makes it taste a bit like cheesecake)

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