Can I take raspberry ketones with orlistat???

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I had my first weigh in today after taking orlistat for almost 4 weeks, I've lost 10lb, which is great but just wondering if I could boost it a little more by taking raspberry ketones as well.

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    That's amazing.. well done. I was wondering can u please help and tell

    Me what have u been eating...

    I've started them and I'm afraid they not working nothing in my stools are

    Different.

    U don't understand what to eat and what is 15g of fat in food

    Not very good at all that, was wondering if u be kind enough to help me

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    Hi, and thank you.

    I'm a label reader! I don't buy anything that has more than 5g of fat per 100g of food.

    I don't have more than 1700 cal a day and I drink at least 2L of water a day.

    Hope that helps.xxx

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    Yea but sorry to pester u but on avarage day whst do u eat vehsts a plan sorry, im justt desp to loose weight
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    Ok,

    Breakfast = 30g cereal, 125ml ss milk and 250ml oj

    Snack = sml banana

    Lunch = tuna & cucumber sandwich, grapes, cherry toms and a yoghurt

    Dinner = Caesar salad or rice & chicken or pasta ( just check the labels)

    Dessert = sorbet

    Supper = 5 x choc matchsticks and a small glass of wine

    Don't buy seeded bread as it's really high in fat, drink as much water as you can, at least 2L a day.

    I also have about 4 cups of tea/coffee a day with milk and sugar.

    Stick to the recommended portion sizes.

    Hope this is helpful.

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