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Exante, anyone?

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pinkdelight Tue 08-Jan-13 14:06:02

I'm on exante! I lost 3 stone on Lighter Life last summer, which was great, but I ultimately found it too rigid (the group thing, getting packs from my 'dealer' each week, and the cost!), so I ended up quitting before reaching my target. I've only got one more stone to lose, am a week into Exante and doing well. I'm only having bars and shakes - can't be bothered with the soups/fake meals any more - but they taste fine and I love how much cheaper it is, and how I'm more in control.

I'm doing the Working Solution so I can still eat some proper food. Am hoping to at least make it through my first month's bumper box, and maybe even a couple more weeks into mid-Feb. Then the real challenge will be staying slim and healthy when I'm back on real food. Will probably switch to 5:2 fasting like my mum.

Sorry that went on a bit! But it's good to know that someone else here is doing it. Keep me posted on your progress...

And re. lipotrim - I thought these VLCD were pretty fast, wow, that's a mental amount of weight to lose so fast!! Seriously? Is it safe? Surely can't be... ?

namechangecity Tue 08-Jan-13 09:39:24

wow! I am v impressed!

moomoomar Mon 07-Jan-13 23:19:37

I lost nearly a stone in my first week of lipotrim and ad really good losses every week.

I wouldn't say it's better tbh but I was more focused. I wasn't ready when. Started exante.

namechangecity Sun 06-Jan-13 22:57:16

How did you mange to lose so much in only 7 weeks? That is fantastic! And why is lipotrim so much better than exante?

moomoomar Sat 05-Jan-13 17:59:23

I've done 7 weeks of lipotrim and lost 3 and 1/2 stone. I only managed a few weeks on exante.

The mushroom soup is gross but all the others were ok! Good luck!

porridgewithalmondmilk Fri 04-Jan-13 20:54:04

I did Cambridge some years ago and the results were good. I want to lose a stone and a half and I will be TTC my first this summer so want to be as fit and healthy as possible! smile

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