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I can make you thin. Results?
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Makingbaconpancakes · 12/01/2017 16:05

Has anyone done the Paul McKenna I can make you thin 'system'. Since starting, I struggle to finish meals and am full after a few mouthfuls. I have about 2.5 stone to lose.

Anybody been successful in this? And how long did it take you to shift the lbs?

Or if anyone wants to join in..? :D

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73kittycat73 · 20/01/2017 18:09

I appreciate that Imperial but I can't do low carbs high fat. I live off carbs! Seriously, I have some form of potatoes and/or bread daily.
Did you watch How To Lose Weight Well? (Channel 4 programme.) One of the people on there went on a low fat diet and lost over a stone.

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ImperialBlether · 20/01/2017 17:21

73Kitty, low fat isn't considered a good diet, now.

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73kittycat73 · 20/01/2017 17:20

Hi Makingbacon. I'm sort of trying the plan myself. I'm putting my cutlery down between each mouthful and trying to chew at least 20 times, and stopping when I feel full. I have cut down my portion sizes.
However, I am still 'dieting.' I try to choose low fat/sugar when I can and am eating fruit instead of chocolate (A once a week treat now on Saturday instead of multiple daily.). I also eat breakfast (Cereal and soya milk.) before I get hungry as haven't got the time to wait.
I tried doing the first mirror exercise last night. I listen to the CD most nights.
How are you getting on? I'm not weighing myself for a month so don't know how I'm doing weight wise just yet.
Would be lovely to hear your experiances also. Smile

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Limurz · 18/01/2017 19:45

Hello, i tried his Virtual Gastric Band about 5 yrs ago a d lost around 8lbs really quickly bht then sort of 'fell off' and couldnt really get going again. Eating too quickly is a biggie for me - and something I need to work on. How is it going for you?

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