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Can anyone advise on calorie intake, I am having about 1300-400 each day and sticking to under 30g of fat. Does anyone know if this is ok?

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    seems like a good amount, I personally don't count, which is probably why my weight loss has been fairly slow, but really can't be counting calories as well as fat
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    I've been doing this for two months now. I was sticking to 1500 calories, but it was slow going, so I'm aiming at 1400 now. I've got about 6 stone to lose. I didn't lose anything last month after I rediscovered low fat snacks like snack a jacks. they may be low fat and low calorie, but they still add up unfortunately. :oops: Good luck
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    I was taking in between 1200-1500 calories but have cut down to 1200 for at least 5 days a week as my weight loss as slowed down :D
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    Thanks all- Only been doing it a week so it's a bit of trial and error I think but seem to be ok sofar- no side effects or anything so fingers crossed
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    I've just counted the fat grams and not really had anything that is full of 'empty' calories and no fat like alcohol or haribos, etc (if that makes sense). I did for 1 week work out the calories and was having about 1200 - 1400 so this seems to be working for me at the moment.
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    I haven't been counting the calories but if my weight loss is not as good as it could be at my first weigh in (Mon) then I will start.

    I also need to get more into taking the tablet as I start my meal. I keep sitting there on an evening and at about 8:30 going 'Oh...... I forgot to take my tab' sad

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    i dont count calories either and have lost 2 kilos in the first 3 weeks which i am pleased with
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    know just how you feel Tummie. Good luck for this month xx :wink:
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