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I've been on orlistat now for 4 days haven't really noticed a change in stools

I don't each much fat any way will they still work. It says add 15g fat to each meal

What is this

I eat salad a lot chicken and rice no crisp or choc

And cereal for breakfast

Please some one help me

What should u eat

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    ive been on them a month nearly..i lost 2lb! bit disappointed with that, i also dont eat any crap,

    sorry i cant tell you what to eat, but if someone comes along and tells you..i'll eat the same smile

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  • Posted

    Its bad everybody puts how great they doin but never share how.

    Or what they eat....

    Why won't they help I would

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    I've Ben on them for a week. I'll weight my self...maybe on Thursday.

    This is what I eat.

    One cup of coffee when I wake up.

    Oats porrage with fruit 'sprinkls' for breakfast.

    I take my first ORLISTAT

    A fruit or cereal bar at 11.

    Lunch - i make a salad:

    From Tesco you buy baby carrot, baby corn, peas, beans anything raw. I either, mixed with a tub of baked beans (they now make three bean mixes) or mix with tuna, this can be dry. I some times have a sugar free yogurt.

    I take my second ORLISTAT.

    Even meal - i cook. I try use vegetables every day, but sometimes best intentions are not followed. I have, only recently stopped buying boxed meals.

    I take my third ORLISTAT

    I enjoy a fruit while watching TV.

    Other than my evening meal, I'm pretty boring. I would like some ideas on office lunches.

    I cant eat too much bread, wheat is a killer on my system.

    What I did recently, was look up 'blood diet'' foods. Absolutely spot on!

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    Thank u xx good luck
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