Stuck in a rut!

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Help, I did really well the first month of taking the \"blueys\" and this month and struggling to keep the momentum going. Am sticking to the diet, drinking plenty of water and going to the gym more but the weight isnt shifting :cry:

Its not fair, I'm losing the will and was really looking forward to losing some more weight before I go on holiday next month to show off on the beach

Am I being daft or what else can I do, any ideas greatly welcome :wink:

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    hi nicky it must be the bluey blues coz im same lol i been on them almost a month tho i have seen bit of a change its not much i think we just have to keep going stik with it and if we still feel it aint working go back chat to doc.x
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    Thanks Dawn, great to know I'm not the only one....thought it was just a \"blip\" but its been nearly 2/3 weeks now and still nothing :o
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    Nicky with you exercising more you may build up muscle. My dietician said it can take a few weeks for this to settle then you should shift some weight

    According to her, when you start building muscle mass you will have a few weeks when you will not lose anything, but after that it should start to go!

    I've gone down a clothes size but not lost any weight in 2 weeks.

    Do you see a dietician? If not might be worth requesting to smile

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    Thanks Motorsportgirli

    I hadnt thought of it like that, maybe thats why. I dont see a dietician only the GP every month for the progress and weigh in. I note some of you on here keep food diaries also but I havent been advised to do that - I'm simply following the Tesco Low Fat Diet and doing more exercise with my PT trainer, and Wii on a nite (plus the dog thinks its great as he gets more, and longer walks every day).


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