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    I caved to a pickle!

    Ok so i went to take one tiny itsy bit from a dill pickle spear today and ate the whole damn thing. Anyone have any experience with this? I need some input because I swear I am sitting here thinking about nothing except how good that pickle was and how one more probably wouldnt hurt....BAD BAD BAD!

    i AM ON P2!

    Also, what are people's thoughts on broccoli? Some say yes on p2 sopme say no...I know it isn't strict protocol. But still...
    Last edited by Ashleyroselewis; November 14th, 2010 at 08:11 PM.




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    Ummm pickles are fine. They have like 5 calories or something . . . salt but nothing to stress over. I have had pickles all along with no issue. Why do you think it was "cheating"?

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    I eat dill pickles. I just count them as my veggie.




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    Pickles are fine, they are just the cucumber pickled... Broccoli is okay on P2 for many too I just wouldn't eat a lot as it is high fiber and it tends to sit awhile before moving on...

    I eat both in P2 from time to time myself.
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    I eat pickles all the time in P2. Just be sure they don't have sugar - some dill ones do.

    I also eat broccoli, although it is not protocol. I don't like most of the veggies, and I have to have a little variety. It has not affected my weight loss, as far as I can tell.
    But you'll have to try it for yourself. Some people stall when they eat it.

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    I do fine with brocoli but DH gains a ton when he eats it. weird huh?
    R1 lost 20.5 lbs

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    I caved to a pickle!
    Too funny!! I'm cracking up over here. Within the first couple days on phase 2, I caved to several pepperoncinis. It seemed to not affect the scale. Thanks for the chuckle

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    I was only concerned becasue in my mad rush to swallow the pickle whole I didn't check to see if there is any sugar in there...down .2 this moring. I think they may have cooked my darn eggs in butter yesterday.....big meanies. Theya re lucky I am over 2 hours away from them!




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    Pickles are just cucumbers! They are perfectly safe for the diet! I tried eating broccoli and stalled for 3 days, my husband did the same.

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