First weigh in!!!!!

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Hi everyone,

ive just got back from the doctors after my first weigh in (3 weeks since I started orlistat) I've lost 9lb!! I feel fantastic. xx

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    That's great, congratulations!

    What did you diet consist of?

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      Thank you all, 

      I have cereal for for breakfast, a jacket potato with baked beans, and for tea I make my own chilli, pasta dishes, the main things I have changed are I don't   snack anymore, I used to eat so much chocolate between meals, I haven't eaten anything over 5% fat. If you take the time to read the labels there is actually a lot of food you can eat using that simple rule. I haven't calorie counted too as that is too much like hard work for me, I need to keep things simple. I don't feel bloated anymore (I feel I have lost more than the scales say) I suffered with chronic heartburn because of chocolate and pastry (didn't stop me eating it tho!!) I am just over 18 stone now which sounds so much better than nearly 19 stone! Xx

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    Hi Cathryn :-)

    Well done on your weight loss and keep up the good work!

    Daisy x

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      Well done Cathryn with your weight loss, superb. It encourages all of us on our journey to know with hard work and determination that it's possible . I absolutely agree with you that having the forum to read every day is a great support xx

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