2nd weigh in.. lost 6lbs so 2st 3lbs in 9 weeks!!!

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Soooooo happy just been for my 2nd weigh in and ive lost another 6lbs! Thats 2stone 3lbs in 9weeks so chuft!

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    Wow well done ..whats your target do you have a lot more to lose !
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      Thanks hun id like to get to around 11stone so still another 3 stone to go but heading in the right direction! How are you doing x
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      Ive lost 2 and half stone so far need to get to around 10 stone so still a way to go.. off on holiday in 8 weeks so hoping to lose at least another stone before then.. are you noticing the difference yet i know my clothes are smaller sizes but looking in the mirror cant personally see the difference x
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      Well done your doing brill! I can see abit of a difference but im like you can tell in my clothes. Im moving away in september so really want to be at target xx
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    Wow thats amazing well done , i am hoping to go back on these tablets . I never finished my 1st course properly still have a weeks supply left , i got disheartened when i wasnt seeing a result on the scales

    But think I need to give them a try again and work out where i went wrong

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    Wow that's fab

    Can u please tell me what you have been eating?

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      The 1st month i stuck to 1300 cals per day and lost 18lbs in 4 weeks. I ate what i wanted but didnt go over 1300. This month i have ate whatever i wanted and lost 6 lbs so still a loss but not as much as i wanted. So from 2moz im back on 1300 and no bread. Loads of water xx
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