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Old Tue, Oct-23-01, 16:52
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Old Tue, Oct-23-01, 17:01
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You have this:

In this phase, the Eades suggest limiting your intake of carbs to 7-10 grams per meal, with an optional snack of 7-10 grams. In other words you can have anywhere from 20 to 40 grams of carbs per day.

As I understand it intervention phase is 30 grams of carb or less as per page 116 of the paperback Protein Power " You should reduce your carbohydrate intake per meal to 7 grams if you choose to eat the optional snacks...do not allow the total carbohydrate content of any meal to exceed 12 grams or total for the day to exceed 30 grams"

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I always do, and they're always appreciated.

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Is yogurt permited on the PP plan?
I just had 2 cups of it, the yogurt wasn't low fat, and made with cream.
Marie
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Yogurt can be high in sugar so be careful to check the carb count. also 2 cups would equal about 4 servings of the 1/2 cup servings they have in the little cups you buy at the grocer.
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