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Hi new here from Yorkshire

Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself Here' started by ShelleyOwls221112, Jul 10, 2019.

  1. ShelleyOwls221112

    ShelleyOwls221112 New Member

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    Looking for good tips on the milk diet please if anybody can help. I’m sure I can have 3 pints of milk, yoghurt, jelly and as much water or liquids as I like.
     
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  2. Parsnip

    Parsnip Well-Known Member

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    Hey Hun, all of the hospitals vary on their lrd's, even the milk diet, the milk one I know about is 4/5 pints of milk, sf jelly, an oxo cube and water (obviously milk can be used for tea/coffee but no sugar) you can also add the sugar free crusha milkshakes for flavour and some people mixed the milk with the jelly to make a kind of blancmange type thing. Also people recommend mixing the Oxo cube with the mix to make a soup type drink. I'm currently on my lrd but opted for a food diet. My hospital doesn't offer the milk diet as one of its three lrd options.
     
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  3. ShelleyOwls221112

    ShelleyOwls221112 New Member

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    Thank you. Just spoke to the dietician today and she has sent me the list again. I have the joys of having either 3 pints of milk, 2 yoghurts and 2litres of water, sugar free juice/diet fizzy drinks/sugar free mints and chewing gum.

    Or 2 pints of milk 4 yoghurts and the rest as I said above. Going to go with this option as it will feel more like I’m getting food. Xx
     
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  4. Bling Babe

    Bling Babe Well-Known Member

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    Everything as parsnip said, at Luton it is 4 pints semi skimmed and it must be sugar free jelly (3 pots) or 1 sachet, I dissolved mine in boiling water then topped up with milk, milky coffees, and loved my chicken OXO in hot milk, I set my alarm to go every 2 hours to remind me to drink my milk and I added nas crusha, drink as much water as you can, the more the better.
    Good luck xxx
     
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  5. ShelleyOwls221112

    ShelleyOwls221112 New Member

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    Thank you.

    My dieticians have sent me the leaflet today and I can have for the next 10 days:

    3 pints of milk
    2 yoghurts
    Sugar free jelly
    Sugar free mints
    Sugar free gum
    Water
    Diet fizzy drinks
    Sugar free cordial

    Or

    2 pints of milk
    4 yoghurts
    And as above
     
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  6. Queenykjp

    Queenykjp Member

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    You know it’s crazy how much the diets vary, what hospital trust are you under? I’m mid York’s and literally it’s completely different,

    2/3 pints of milk
    2 pieces of fruit
    2 yoghurts
    2 portions of veg

    Sugar free jelly

    I’m on day 5 and I’m browned off! I don’t feel hungry the headaches and lack of energy are something else...
     
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  7. ShelleyOwls221112

    ShelleyOwls221112 New Member

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    I’m under Sheffield Teaching Hospital trust. I wish I could have some fruit. I’m only Day one and because I’m at home want to nibble on stuff, I’m not hungry as yet but could just do with something solid.
     
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  8. Parsnip

    Parsnip Well-Known Member

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    This is why I chose to do food LRD, I figure I'd miss chewing enough post op lol
     
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  9. Queenykjp

    Queenykjp Member

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    I think it’s just crazy how much they all vary! I really feel fed up today... I can cope with the diet it’s the way I feel I carnt feel like I’ve got the flu...
     
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  10. ShelleyOwls221112

    ShelleyOwls221112 New Member

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    Oh no hope you feel better soon. Also hope I get lucky. For day one I’ve just put myself through it. Been and sat in a pub where everybody is eating lovely food that smelt delicious. Not good. Home now and going to have my supper of milk and my last yoghurt of the day xx
     
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  11. Bling Babe

    Bling Babe Well-Known Member

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    Aw I’m sorry your feeling this way, hopefully it’ll pass soon and not actually be the flu, it should get easier, focus on the goal....it will be worth it xx
     
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