Newbie..... a question....

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Hi all

I have been reading your experiences for few weeks now and I have to admit I have never been more motivated to loose weight than now....... I am 16st stone Male, aiming to get down to 10st to 11st... I have been doing doing 4 half an hour sessions of CV in Gym each week (this has been my routine for last 6 months).... but not huge success.... so went down to my GP and got the bluyes to increase the speed of weight loss...

Started on 1st august lost 2 kgs in first 2 weeks.... no major accidents yet, just oily poo so I am glad I am not cheating....

Today by mistake I had 2 oristats by mistake one before lunch and one after.... my meal was about 500 calories and 10-15 gms of fat.... will this over does have any nasty effect?

I will keep my progress updated,,,,

Pround Geordie...

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    Gosh Geordie I have never had this experience so can't advise.....have often forgotten to take one buthave never taken two...well, you are going to tell us what happens, aren't you!

    Keep going! (Wellllll, I meant at the weight reduction, hope you won't be 'going' too much!)

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    well nothing as yet... so far so good,,,, may be cos didn't had too much fat in the meal....
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    Hi Geordie

    there was a time when I also took 2 the same way you did, but nothing really happened to me! maybe because I keep the meals under 10 grams of fat. maybe there would be an effect for those who do not! At first I forgot almost one pill every 2 days, but I am getting better at remembering to take the 3 pills a day! (touch wood!)

    Good luck!



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    guys n gals.... more than 24hrs passed and no accident...hurray...
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