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Posted by: jakkie pieterse | 2010/12/18

i can replace yogurt with what in a rapid eating plan

my tastebud and body refuses point blank to accept the taste , texture. and smell of you.( went as far as trying yogisip, but to no avail.
with what can i replace this food sustance to make myself more comfotable in this eating plan

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Dear Jakkie
The low-fat or fat-free yoghurt has probably been used in the rapid eating plan you intend using to provide plenty of protein without any or very little fat, a low-GI food and lots of calcium to assist with weightloss. If you can't stomach low-fat yoghurt, can you possibly eat fat-free cottage cheese (1/2 cup equals 1 cup of yoghurt) or drink fat-free milk (1 cup milk equals 1 cup yoghurt)? If neither of these alternatives work then try having half a cup of cooked or canned legumes (dried peas, beans, lentils or soya) instead. Legumes are also low in fat, low-GI and contain a reasonable amount of protein. You could take a calcium supplement like Calcium Sandoz or Caltrate to make up for the lower calcium intake if you use legumes.
Hope this works for you
Best regards
DietDoc

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Posted by: DietDoc | 2010/12/19

Dear Jakkie
The low-fat or fat-free yoghurt has probably been used in the rapid eating plan you intend using to provide plenty of protein without any or very little fat, a low-GI food and lots of calcium to assist with weightloss. If you can't stomach low-fat yoghurt, can you possibly eat fat-free cottage cheese (1/2 cup equals 1 cup of yoghurt) or drink fat-free milk (1 cup milk equals 1 cup yoghurt)? If neither of these alternatives work then try having half a cup of cooked or canned legumes (dried peas, beans, lentils or soya) instead. Legumes are also low in fat, low-GI and contain a reasonable amount of protein. You could take a calcium supplement like Calcium Sandoz or Caltrate to make up for the lower calcium intake if you use legumes.
Hope this works for you
Best regards
DietDoc

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