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MELS613 Posts: 11
3/11/10 5:32 P

No. I simply either look at the label or the book (The Calorie King Calorie, Fat & Carb Counter) and take the carb count directly from there.

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3/11/10 4:22 P

On your plan do you use fiber to calculate into the carbs for a reduction of carbs overall? (Atkins method of taking fiber g from the carb grams for an actual carb intake?)
Last night I had a container of Greek yogurt with 1/2 cup Kellog's All Bran cereal mixed in. It was a great snack.

MELS613 Posts: 11
3/11/10 2:00 P

Newbie here. I'm trying to figure out what I can have for a quick and easy snack that's low in fat and carbs. I'm not signed onto a plan here, but I'm going thru a weightloss clinic and am tracking my calories (goal 1500), fat (goal 40g), and carbs (goal 170g). With working out I know I need to eat more, but I'm having a hard time finding something that fits into my "plan." I'm always low on calories, but over in fat and carbs. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks in advance!

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