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I've been on orlistat for 5 weeks but because there is family visiting everyone is having fish n chips, I don't wana miss out so do you think chicken would be the best option? Do I still take orlistat? Thanks for anyone who replies. x

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    You can't eat anything from a chip shop can't you make some food and take it with you? if you eat anything high in fat such as that your going to have side effects no food is worth that x
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      Thank you for replying n sending me your blog. I don't really know what to do about the chippy I think it might be best if I don't turn up cos it's too tempting haha xx l
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      Hello,

      Your welcome. Not on them anymore since about 10-12 weeks ago you know i never noted the date, anyway size 24 jan 2013 now a 12 the last time i got weighed i had lost 8 stone never check myself these days i eat exactly the same. The pics of me are on the blog. How much do you have to lose?

      Britney

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      That's fab you've done really well you must be over the moon with your great weight loss I have about 6 stone to lose I've nearly lost a stone in 5 weeks x
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    They deep fry the chicken!! Don't do it!!  You need to stop taking them at least 3 days before and leave it couple of days to re start them. U need to ask yourself is it worth it. If u wanna loose weight there's a few things you have to miss out on!!
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