Day two and side effects

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I've been doing a milkshake diet and I'm in day two of taking the tablets, well really I'm on day 3 because I only took 1 tablet on Monday I'm or classing that as a day. I had no side effects yesterday but today I had home made gammon carrots onion cabbage and barley soup and well I think this has set me off and it gave me bad cramps and gone the loo and the rest is history well not I will 10x lighter. Will It always be like this?

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    Hi Hannah

    Well your case seems very individual as I can't believe you had side effects from fat free soup 🙄 It also took about a week for my side effects to start so I wonder if it's from what you were having before you started the tablets? I don't know what is in the milkshakes but the soup sounds very "safe" to me.

    Maybe look at the fat intake of the shakes?

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      I'm just starting my 3rd month. I've only lost half a stone but I haven't got too much to lose and I've still been enjoying my glass of red wine. I pushed it too much the other night and had one slice of pizza- never again! I suffered for 2 days!

      I feel so much better already though knowing I'm in the right direction 👋

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    It takes a couple of days for them to kick in, but essentially yes. Even when I have less than 10g of fat in my meal, the result you had is the result I have.

    What you're seeing is the fat your body hasn't absorbed, and that's how the tablets work. Yes, it's gross. 

    The toilets at my work place have a weak flush, watch out for that sort of thing!

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