First weigh in!!

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Just been to nurse for my first weigh in!!

Been on Orlistat for 27 days!!

Starting weight 13 stone, Todays weight 11st 7 lbs!!

I am so happy! Have had off days and pigged out on chocolate! but generally just stuck to a low fat diet and tried to do 10 mins on my mini trampoline when I can! Working mum of 2, so sometimes only twice a week.

I haven t had nasty experiences from the tablets and feel that not getting weighed in between nurse visits has helped me to keep going, If I saw that I'd gained I would surely give up and scoff everything in sight!

Hope I can keep going, although the nurse kept saying I must prepare myself for a slow down in weight loss. Lets see what the next 28 day s bring!! :D

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    well done! thats an excellent loss in 4 weeks, keep it up smile
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    Well done on your weight loss.

    What does a normal day of eating comprise for you?

    What do you normally eat for your three meals and healthy snacks (if you have any that is).

    What ever you are doing though seems like its working brilliantly!

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    Hi everyone,

    breakfast is usually cereal or muller light yoghurt and fruit (tinned in juice or fresh)

    Lunch is big salad with tuna or cottage cheese

    muller light and fruit

    Tea is

    spag bol (with Quorn),

    salad with pork steak/ chicken breast and either savoury rice or new pots.

    Stir fry

    Lemon chicken and noodles

    I never go hungry, if i snack i eat muller light yoghurts ( i know i'm addicted) fresh fruit, jaffa cakes and snak a jacks.

    I try to drink lots of water and have swapped my coffee for fruit tea's!! Except when i'm on nights then need the caffine!!

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