orlistat before and after

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i was just woundering if anyone would like to share how there progress is with orlistat? start weight, current weight and how long you have been on them smile just want a bit of feedback as i have been on orlista fort 6 weeks and lost 20 lbs (1stone 6lbs) :D

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    Well done on your weight loss so far and good luck with the rest of your journey  I started yesterday hoping to lose about 4 stone 
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    start weight 19stone 11, now 18stone 4lbs weight loss 21 lbs in 6 weeks, and two of those i was on holiday so alls good ... total weight lost 1stone 7lbs.. so am doing ok as i start week 7, but costing me a fortune in new gym clothes lol
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    i am doing a lot at the gym, i have set myself two goals, down to 18stone in two weeks and down to 17stone 11 by end of september as i have some posh dos, coming up and want to see myself a bit slimmer smile laughed with hubby and he said you only come home for food and then go back to gym lol

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    Started in last week of Feb as 86 kilos with a height of 1.64 cm and am today ( mid September) 73 kilos. I already look normal and I am now as athletic and flexible as I used to be 13 years ago ( i am almost 53). 6 more kilos and I will reach a BMI of 25 which is normal. I run up stairs without a sweat ( ground to 10th floor!) swim kilometres without getting tired and watch what I eat as ORLISTAT teaches you discipline to avoid orange accidents! Eat loads of fruit and salads and also go for lots of fish if you love it as much as I do. For a feeling full effect avocados and bananas are ideal too; finally make sure you drink at least 2litres of water per day. Never miss breakfast, lunch and dinner. Amazingly enough I no longer feel any craving what so ever for fatty foods, even for the chocolate I used to love.
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