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Can i have low sodium chicken broth or oxo on phase 1?

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Old 05-31-2011, 08:02 PM   #1
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Question Can i have low sodium chicken broth or oxo on phase 1?

Is powdered chicken broth or oxo cubes..bullion cubes permissible and unlimited in phase 1?
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and/or can we just drink it instead of tea
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My coach told me I could have low sodium, organic chicken broth at any time in Phase 1. I asked if there was a limit to how much per day, and she said not really.

I asked her because I'm prone to sinusitis, and chicken broth is one way I treat it.
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My coach told me I could have low sodium, organic chicken broth at any time in Phase 1. I asked if there was a limit to how much per day, and she said not really.

I asked her because I'm prone to sinusitis, and chicken broth is one way I treat it.
thanks so much for the reply, im missing my tea so much but i can't drink it without some honey

and at work this helps prevent me from cheating..where everyone is eating all the time...
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