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Anyone had success at kick start diet and then lose sensibly?
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tobee · 02/04/2017 12:17

Anyone had success in losing say a stone in 6 weeks and then losing another stone straight after but over 6 months? Or similar? Or does it all fall to pieces if you change pace?

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DarkDarkNight · 02/04/2017 20:41

Following, I was talking about this with a friend. It's hard to stay motivated with a very slow, gradual weight loss. I feel rubbish, really overweight and sluggish and would like to drop a bit of weight relatively quickly.

Have you heard of the Blood Sugar Diet? This is meant to give a quick weight loss (particularly belly fat) and then you can adapt it. There is a good website, it is Dr Michael Mosley and he argues that fast weight loss isn't necessarily a bad thing.

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BeBe32 · 02/04/2017 20:46

This is definitely interesting- I know a lot people are against fast weightloss but I feel like that's what I need to motivate me!!

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DeborahTriana · 03/04/2017 05:42

One just need to be very string and follow the diet plan and other activities very accurately so that they can loss their weight affectively and in time.

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Greaterthanthesumoftheparts · 03/04/2017 05:49

Have a read around the Dukan diet. This has a short attack phase and then a slower cruise phase (although I still lose weight fairly quickly following it).

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tobee · 03/04/2017 17:06

Right. Thank you. I'll look into these.

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