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Hello everyone
30 Jul 2018, 08:32
I came across this forum when searching for the calorie content of porridge . I’ve been having it for breakfast on fasting days. I’ve decided I’ve been having too much! Maybe time to rethink.
Anyway, the site looks great and I’m sure it will encourage me to keep going on the 5/2 diet. I’ve dabbled before but think it’s time to seriously keep to this. I need to fit in my bikini!!!
Also trying to cut down on the alcohol, so that will be two days of the week at least without any. Win , win!
I look forward to finding my way round the forum, reading what you all have to say and picking up some tips.
Cheers Racechick
Re: Hello everyone
10 Aug 2018, 13:38
Hello Racechick !

Welcome to the group.
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