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babytaz369

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Posted: 04 Jun 2009, 15:07
On the FSD can we have jello? If so, how much do you think one serving is? Thanks!
RealtorInTx

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Posted: 04 Jun 2009, 18:36
BabyT, I know the Fat-Free,Sugar-Free 'pudding' isn't 'allowed' until P3, but not sure about the 'jello'. I'm thinking not until P3. BUT...

Here's a link to a page that provides some Great FSD answers!

http://www.3fatchicks.com/forum/showthread.php?t=100966

Hope it helps!
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Jacqi130

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Posted: 04 Jun 2009, 21:02
Ladies, while jell-o might be allowed on your program, I urge you to avoid it. Gelatin is what gives it that little jiggle. There are plenty of low cal & fat free choices out there that are even healthier & don't contain bone.

Good luck!
Have you drank all your water today? gotten in all your exercise? It's not too late!

-Jacqi
RealtorInTx

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Posted: 04 Jun 2009, 21:47
Thanks, Jacqi! I've heard the same about jello (don't care for it personally) but like I mentioned, I do Not think it's an 'allowable food' on our Plan.

The FatFree/SugarFree 'pudding' can be eaten at P3, but I wasn't sure about jello. I was able to avoid it all together, but provided the link for BabyT in hopes that she'll find her answer there!

I'm such a structured person...I ate 'by the letter' during the Phase 1 (P1) Detox, just to be on the safe side. Wink

Thanks again for your informed advice and best wishes!
All the best to you, as well!!!
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DReno

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Posted: 05 Jun 2009, 00:10
huh why is jello bad? a whole box of sugar free jello is 40cals


babytaz369

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Posted: 05 Jun 2009, 12:07
darn, I made 2 boxes....and ate mmost of it! Im going to throw the rest out. Thanks everyone!



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