hi im new here

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been on orlistate 2 weeks.i lost 6 kilos before i started it.its going ok just having small amount of fat intake a day and feeling good.the food im eating is bland but no pain no gain.im determined to lose 4 stone.nice to be here.any advice to weight loss???? cheers chris

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    Hi Chris,

    What are you eating? You don't have to eat bland foods on the tablets at all i never have and have lost a ton of weight.

    Britney

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    Hey Chris!

    I find sometimes I really need something yummy and nice, so for a treat I will have chicken and chips. When I saw chips I mean peel and cut some potatoes, chuck them in an acti fryer / air fryer / halogen oven with just a spray or two of fry light and they are gorgeous! I use a salter halogen oven only about £25 and it's great but I'm saving to get an air fryer where no oil is needed at all!

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    Hi chris welcome I'm new here too. Started orlistat yesterday I'm 15 and half stone and 5ft 3 so need to lose a lot of weight. My dr said to have a lil bit of fat for tablets to work he said I should lose 5% off my weight when in 3 months which I don't kno how much that is good luck
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    hi im useing forman grill.fresh fish and chicken.small dribble of olive oil.salad,pasta,veg.
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      Hi

      You can eat a whole lot more than that and the only oil you should be using is frylight are you having any side effects? if your stuck on what to eat i have a blog with food ideas if you want it. Don't think you have to limit yourself on food because you don't apart from the obvious!

      Britney

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    blog sounds great thanks.im using a teaspoon of virgin olive oil when cooking chicken with no fat and less with fish.my trousers are baggy so thats a good sign
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      Baggy clothes are always good! plus there are flavoured frylights you can buy too i have the garlic one. I will PM you my blog now x
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