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Bad girl hoping to turn things around!

Discussion in 'Greetings and Introductions' started by Nat_2015, Jun 21, 2015.

  1. Phlogiston

    Phlogiston Gestational · Well-Known Member

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    Hi Nat,
    I see you're a fen girl. I'm from Ramsey on the other side of the Fens. We get to Ely every so often - it's a nice place.
    You seem to have a lot on your plate - good move to get moral support on here.
    Enjoy your birthday.
    I have drawn a line in the sand about cake, biscuits, sweets etc.
    I limit potato, rice, pasta and bread.
    I am wary of root veg, and usually don't overdo pulses. (Badly overdid the lentil soup yesterday though)
    Salad, meat, fish, cheese leafy veg seem fine with me.
    Hope you get the surgery sorted,
    best wishes
    Adam
     
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    ;) The words from your nurse are so true. your not a ash tray , were all freinds here & will give ya insight and support.
     
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