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I'm still confused about how they work :l

I've been tango'd twice now, does that mean they're working?

My mum hasn't had the oil just the farts (Gross word) but no oil!! Does that mean the tabs aren't working for her?

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tt4n

Rach :roll:

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    Hi Rach

    The fact you are getting oil and your mum isn't just means she is eating a lower fat diet than you the tablets stop you absorbing 1/3 of the fat you eat so if you eat a lot of fat then the 1/3 which isn't absorbed has to go somewhere hence the oil. If you eat less fat then the 1/3 unabsorbed is smaller and becomes part of normalish poo.

    I think this is what happens anyway that is my experience so I advise a low fat diet when taking the pills to avoid any more embarassing Tango moments

    Hope this helps

    Happy Days

    Laups :D

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    Thanks for the reply. Well, not really, we are eating the same things. We don't cook or eat different things. That's whats really confusing me :S

    tt4n

    Rach :huh:

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    I seem to get the Orange Oil constantly even when im eating Low fat things :? But it's just a tiny wee bit (Gross i know haha) .It is confussing
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    Mibbe the food stuffs are absorbed differently by ur body.

    But yep, the orange oil is usually a common sign when ur overdoing the fat content in ur diet.

    Lauper is rite. the tablets prevent ur body absorbing a 3rd of the fat from the food u eat. This is passed in ur toilet . (my \"toilet\" has become more softer and floaty.... :lol: :lol: gadz Im giving myself the heave ho and its not even 9am)

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    my \"toilet\" has become more softer and floaty....

    Haha!! Thats nice to hear Skye :wink:

    (only kiddin)

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