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I've been on the blues now for 2 weeks , think I'm getting the hang of them now .

No oil wind had calmed down now , thank The Lord .

Still a bit scared of eating fat , don't want any mishaps 

1 thing which I can't believe is I've had no chocolate or biscuits for 2 whole weeks .

I would be lieing if I said I didn't miss them. 

So to me theses tablets are amazing , for making you stop and think before I eat.

Has anybody got any good news story's? Or struggling we are all out for the same thing it's good to talk.

Happy chick xx

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    Hi tablets have worked for me i have lose over 100lb in a year now a 12-14 i have posted a lot of helpful posts on these tablets about what to eat etc how much have you got to lose? you can have 'treats' that are within the 5g rule x
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      Hi yes I've read a few of your post, you have some great ideas .

      I would like to lose 4 st .

      I am finding it hard missing the sweet things, but that's why I'm on them .

      Re training my brain , I'm in it for the long run. 

      So are you still losing or are you maintaining your weight as it is.

      What did you find challenging at the start .


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      Hi still losing at the moment will be coming off them in 1/2 monthsand and i will continue eating the way i do now. After about 2 weeks i forgot all about fattening foods and my sweet cravings went they say when you give up carbs your sweet cravings go hmm not sure but i didn;t have any cravings after that

      only in the last few months i have eaten 'treats' within the rules i never did for the first 9ish months  4 stone will come off quickly. I will continue the rest of my weight loss without the tablets as i don;t want to be on them too long i think some gp's prescribe for a year others 18months.

      I kind of found giving up bread the hardest (i had done it before for about 6 years then went back to eating it) i know you can eat bread on the tablets but bread just bloats me bad oh and cheese bread cheese and chocolate were my downfall shame there isn't a cheese under 5g of fat!

      Good Luck with your journey when do you get weighed? i know some people get weighed every week which would drive me insane personally so i get weighed every 4 weeks. Best thing i ever done was starting these tablets i can wear what i like my health has improved etc i never realised my breathing was so bad lol thankfully that's all gone.

      Oh yes you can eat certain sweets if you want like haribo etc  x

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    Well done on the no chocolate and biscuits. It's awful when you can't have them it makes you crave them more. Glad you finding them ok, hopefully you will of lost when you get weighed. Xx
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      Yes and me :-) , I really have a battle not reaching for sweet things .

      I love fruit , but nothing stops me thinking about chocolate .

      Thank The Lord for this forum , every time I think of it , I read all the scary oil stories . 

      That stops me . Ha ha 

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    ive been on the tablets for 5 weeks and lost 17lb i cant believe it im soo happy and feel a lot healthier already my aches and pains are finally bearable.....and am not walking with a limp due to a recurring bout of bursitus in my hip which has been agony for best part of a year ....stopped all pain killers now am definately on the right track with this weight loss , i cant thank my gp enough ,,,,good luck with your journey xcheesygrin
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