going to a wedding - help please

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Hi all

Thanks for all your help

just reading your posts has made this easier and more approachable

I have got the hang of it all at home but am a bit worried about eating out and the possibility of oily consequences later.

If I can choose what to eat hen I can ask for simple low fat with extra veggies but I am going to a wedding next week - no choice of food

should I take pills as normal or not take them - can't risk you know what!

If I stop when should I stop - on the day or a couple of days before?

All advice greatfully recieved

thanks

Laups

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    Hey Laups,

    I wouldn,t risk it, not with the fare on offer at a wedding. I personally would leave them off just for that day to be extra sure. You defo don't want any embarrassing moments :oops:

    Have a great time and pick up where you left off :D

    Let us know how you got on.

    TTFN kal :wink:

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    Nup I wouldn`t risk it either.

    Have a lovely time.... smile

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    I've only been on the pills for 2 weeks and both weekends I had to go away, buffet food etc, so didn't take them, Igot straight back to them and have still managed to lose 6lb.

    I think as long as you're sensible you'll be fine.

    You've gotta live a little too smile

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    Thanks to everyone :P

    I'll let you know about the wedding - looking forward to it now

    Happy Days

    Laups :D

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