Terrible tummy

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Hi folks, this is my 4th week taking the tablest and have had such a terriblt tummy for the past 2 days!

As far as I am aware I havet eaten anything woht too high a fat content.

My tummy is grumbling and I need to dash to the bathroom, there is no evidence of oil but a very unpleasant odour and experience!

I must have done something wrong, has anyone else had this experience?

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  • Posted

    I got caught out a few times, it was things I had missed noting on my fitness pal. One was a protein shake bad although skips crisps are allowed Every time I ate then I was running to the loo. Guess we all react differently 

     I would have thought the oil would be there, maybe you just got an upset tummy? 

    Hope you feel better soon. 😉

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    Hope you're feeling better now - I've found I'm not going for number two as much as I was before going on the tablets, but have rumble tummy too! 
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    I'm feeling okay jyst trying to fathom out what I have eaten. 

    I had a bottle of prosecco Saturday night but sure I've seen that alcohol is ok with the tablets 

    Only thing I can think of is the mini magnum xx

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      It's totally gross lol  

      I've been ok on pototoes - obviously not chips lol or roasts. 

      Pasta I had the other day, that was ok but could only get a herb sauce to go with it. I try and limit my white carbs as just bloats you and doesn't help the scales go down 😉😉  I want to see lower numbers 

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      I make the Sw roasts and chips, no fat only a little bit if less than 1% fat. 

      I do the pasta in sauce just with water. 

      Are those the things you mean not to eat? I'm having problems with slow weight loss, this may be why! Xx

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      Don't know how SW chips and potatoes work hun. 

      For me, carbs bloat me and I don't loose weight at all. I know from a few years ago when I was losing weight with a personal trainer, you eat pototes or pasta and get on the scales the next day I was always heavy for a day or two. 

       I tend to stick to  sweet potato and brown rice. I will only eat whitepototoes  and pasta bread occasionally, that I consider naughty food lol   

      My plate is always veg, salad and meat. 

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      Thanks Colette, think I'll have a go at doing that myself. 

      I'm doing Sw and 1200 cals, coz I'm greedy and need a cut off point! 

      My weigh in at Sw is Saturday so going to adjust my plan from tomorrow xx

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      I tried SW years ago, just didn't work for me, so I kept eating ha ha ha 

      I put myself on 1500 calories but tend to come in around 1400.  I've given up bread totally and each morning make smoothies for a filling breakfast. The odd occasion I eat weetabix. 

      It's just getting your programme running. Mix it up and cut the carbs say for two weeks and then see If  you drop weight. X 

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      I was the same lol - having a trainer helped a little but I still get confused. 

      Proteins are great, you can eat protein with every meal. That's meat, fish, eggs,  and cottage cheese if it's allowed whilst popping these pills. 

      I just go with white pototes, white bread and pasta is really bad, hence I consider that naughty food. 

      Cous Cous, bulgar wheat, brown rice and sweet potatoes is good. That's what I put on my plate if I want a carb stodge. Sweet pototoe is great, you can mash, jacket, or cut as chips and cook. 

      I eat loads of vegetables - boiled, roasted etc and love salads. 

      Recently my friend made cauliflower and turnip mash - wow that was just like eating mash, so delish 😉 

      I got so fat as I had terrible sweet tooth and would eat packets of  sweets and cakes 

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