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Date Posted: 21:24:43 04/29/03 Tue
Author: Lisa
Subject: Re: Crab & Lobster (help with diet!)
In reply to: Coli 's message, "Re: Crab & Lobster (help with diet!)" on 19:40:52 04/29/03 Tue

>Spices don't usually have carbs...like lawreys
>seasoning or montreal seasoning (we use this on just
>about everything! it's great in veggies too!).
>Luckily, I only have my boyfriend and he's doing the
>diet with me, but I would be having a hard time if he
>For a change in your chicken, try spooning on a couple
>tablespoons of Ragu Flavored with Meat (has 7g carbs
>for 1/2cup so a couple tablespoons is about 3g) and
>some cheese (whatever ya got!) for a quick chicken
>parmesan. We put other toppings on it and call it a
>chicken pizza (pepperoni, olives etc) and it's really
>tasty and I think it comes out to about 7g carbs and a
>bit higher on the calories but you're getting a lot of
>food there! Oh, cook the chicken first and put on
>some italian seasoning if you have it.
>I have my chicken parm several times a week, but
>again, I don't have anyone but my boyfriend and he
>would eat Turkey burgers everday if he could.
>There are also these new flavored mayos. Yes, higher
>in fat, but carb free! Chipotle, Wasabi Horseradish,
>tomato bacon, there are several brands and several
>kinds within those.
>Hope that gives you some ideas. It's TOUGH! and if
>you don't have the new book, get it. there are some
>tempting recipes in it!
But are all of those things in the workbook?? Like the mayo and ragu, don't you have to follow the phases to the tee? I am confused. None of those things are mentioned in the book. ALso, it says to have unlimited protein bu then in the book it tells you so many ounces of protein, so I am confused there too.

>>>Looks like Crab is carb free (to a point I'm sure
>>>eating 20 crabs would add up;) and Lobster is pretty
>>>low. go to fitday.com and check it out further. it's
>>>a GREAT resource when trying to figure out what you
>>>can and cannot have during the phases of the Curves
>>>Diet :) I use it instead of the workbook!
>>>>In the book under the food lists it does not have
>>>>and lobster under the seafood catagory. Is it off
>>>>limits or are the lists just a few examples of
>>Is anyone else having trouble cooking for the family
>>on this diet? I mean my family does not like plain
>>broiled shrimp or chicken breasts , i find it hard to

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