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neelys

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Posted: 14 May 2007, 12:20
I haven't noticed when cheese comes back in. Does anyone know, is it phase 3?
I'm on day 5 of phase 1 and feeling good, and am looking forward to being able to bring lean meats in so I can go out to eat on occasion and get a salad (I feel it's a waste to pay for a salad out with nothing but veggies now, so I passed up my Mother's day dinner out and ate beans and red pepper soup at home instead), but bringing low-fat cheese back in would help break up some monotony for me. I'm french so we love our cheese Smile

thanks!
Sandrine
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Posted: 14 May 2007, 13:47
Cheese comes back in @ Phase 2 -- here's what the book says about Phase 2 dairy:

2.5 cups of low-fat, skim, or soy milk
1 oz. (about 1.5 slices) of cheese
6 oz. low-fat yogurt 2x/day
neelys

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Posted: 14 May 2007, 15:34
awesome, I had seen about the milk and yogurt but missed the cheese somewhere.thanks a lot!!




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