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Post by MrsBadcrumble on Sun Apr 01, 2012 2:09 am

Hi Steve,

welcome to the Keebees.

Well done for making the big decision to do the Kee Diet.

I'd say doing all packs would be harder for a man anyway, since you burn more calories a day than a woman would, so imagine you'll need the extra.

I would think a lean protein meal such as fish, chicken or eggs, with low carb vegetables (pretty much anything green and not sweet like peas seems to be safe). I have the spag bol/cottage pie/chilli packs with mixed green veg like leeks, cabbage, broccoli & courgette. I find that bulks out the meals, and makes me feel like I'm having more of a dinner. I have the veg with 2 of my meals each day and am losing consistently. The calories versus fibre/bulk is probably quite negligible, and I work on the theory that the body has to work harder to break down the veg, so burns calories that way too.

The bars are high in protein, so although they feel like a treat, don't give you that mad sugar high, then the crash that high carb stuff can do to us. I agree with Sue that they would be an ideal thing to take with you on the road.

An example of some of the energy/protein values are:
Chocolate wafer bars
(2 wafers in a pack & quite large, so filling) 194cals, 15g protein
Chocolate Truffle Bar (smaller, but lovely) 134cals, 8.6g protein
Banana Shake (mix with 250ml skim milk) 220 cals, 20g protein

There is a good app you can use either on your phone, or online called MyFitnessPal, which you can use on your phone to scan barcodes of foods, or manually put values in, and it will calculate the nutrient values of a meal, so you could work out your low carb meals that way. The packs seem to average around the 15g carbs mark.

Good luck with your journey, and let us know how you're getting on.


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Post by sue wilkes on Sat Mar 31, 2012 4:39 pm

Hi Steve,

Well done on making a lifestyle change. It must be difficult when you spend the most part of your
day driving. Like Kelly said i think you need to have protein and salads/veg with your evening meal
and try to stay away from the dreaded carbs.

Have you tried any of the bars that kee do, they really are yummy and might be a life saver for
you if you need something while driving. They are low carb but really satisfy a sweet craving that
we all get from time to time.

Hope this helps and that you lose your weight, good luck and let us know how you are getting on.

Sue Smile
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Post by kelly0803 on Fri Mar 30, 2012 10:07 am

Hi Steve and welcome,

I know kee do some meal packs if you are looking for that type of food or if you mean none kee products I am sure admin will be able to guide you better but how would it work with salads, maybe chicken and veg? I would assume staying away from the carbs will help with your weight loss.

Private Message Admin and they will definitely give you some good advice.

Good Luck, its not always easy but you certainly have made the first step. Well done.

Kelly x Smile


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Post by stevecarrcross on Thu Mar 29, 2012 7:20 pm

Hi Guys

My Names Steve

Im 29

18st 4Lbs

5ft 10"

BMi 36.73

so from the above stats yourll guess its time to lose some weight.

i know its not exactly thew correct way to do it but im doing 2 shakes a day and a sensible meal at night.

i tried to do the whole thing but with my job i drive a lot and it made me not feel safe while driving.

Does anyone have any examples of evening meals i could try please



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