If you go n food tab it says everything that you are allowed..
I went there to figure out that mayo is allowed, but my question is is there any requirements on the label that I need to know about before eating it. I have looked at the list of foods several times but after reading alot of post some things are different, example the books I recieved says a serving for most veggies are 1cup unless stated. Well reading here, alot weigh the veggies, I never read about weighing them just measuring them. So I would like to be sure before I mess up..
The attached food lists will help you a lot..
Green Weight List:.
1/2 tablespoon of mayo is a serving. It counts as your healthy fat. How many servings you get depends on what protein you use. You'll have to compare the chicken's nutritional value to the protein guides to see whether it's considered Lean, Leaner or Leanest, and that will tell you how many healthy fat servings you get.
Don't overuse mayo. Tons of calories in a very small amount. You might do better finding a salad dressing to mix with your chicken that counts as a healthy fat and you'd get a lot more.
You can submit the actual nutritional information to Nutritional Support if you aren't sure exactly and don't want to screw up..
Most veggies are actually 1/2 a cup. Salad greens (basically lettuce) is a full cup..
Thank you all!! Very helpful links.
Have you tried the Walden Farms "mayo" yet? It's not bad, specially if you mix it with something!.
I remember a post to Nutrition Support awhile back asking about the Costco canned chicken breast. It was approved and the only thing I found odd was the suggested serving of 8 oz's I believe as the lean portion.
I use the canned chicken specifically from Costco periodically when we are camping since I can make it ahead of time.
I usually use finely chopped cucumbers, celery & black olives and some pickle juice instead of mayo..
The canned chicken is probably very lean, so that's why you get 8 oz. Also, to the OP: be aware of how much sodium is in the canned chicken, especially if you're sensitive to high sodium levels..