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MEK37

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Posted: 08 Oct 2011, 11:12
I have been privileged to go on several cruises and found if we, Husband and I, ate in the dining room, I was able to maintain and some times lose a bit. The dining room menu is limited, but amazing and the servings are controlled. There is no temptation to pile up the plate as in the buffet. Also the buffet plates are HUGE!
I ordered from the menu salad, entree as well as dessert so tasted it all and was able to leave some of each.
Have a wonderful healthy cruise!
Elaine
jetgemini

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Posted: 08 Oct 2011, 17:55
OMG Iam also going on a Cruise in November and since I am on Atkins I think I will have a lot of low carb choices. What about deserts. Do they have sugar free low carb deserts?



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vrbh0882

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Posted: 08 Oct 2011, 19:26
I went on a cruise a while back. I do not drink alcohol but I did eat pretty much what I wanted without thinking about calories. I actually lost five pounds. What I did was drink a large bottle of Pelligrino water at dinner....maybe the bubbles or something helped with that! Of course the cruise was only for three to four days. I don't know if this will help at all.
jetgemini

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Posted: 10 Oct 2011, 15:05
Wooohooo!! thanks for the update. I am beginning to fit into my clothes.



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