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Slimming World / IF / exante - what??
hopeishere · 20/02/2020 20:19
I need to lose four stone. I'd like to lose two by the summer. My issues are
No will power
Child with SN so I'm already cooking two dinners per night reluctant to make this three. (Him / me / DH and DS
Family of fussy eaters
Too disorganised to to a packed lunch so end up with sandwich / crisps
Happy to eat the same thing over and over
I'm very tempted to do exante to kick start things.
Would Paul McKenna help??
hopeishere · 21/02/2020 10:28
Anyone?? Any suggestions?
I also did an online quiz that said I was a "habitual eater" and if I had to break my "habit" I made bad choices which is totally true.
LookToTreblesGoingTreblesGone · 22/02/2020 18:11
Hi, I ordered 42 Exante products yesterday to kick start some weight loss.
The menopause has basically slowed me down and made me fat I thought it was an old wives tale, but it's not so I need something to get the ball rolling.
I'm looking to lose 1.5 - 2 stones, and I do have good will power but I need to focus a bit more.
And I can't get into any of my jeans, so something's got to go and I suggest it's my belly
hopeishere · 23/02/2020 08:38
See I wonder if the exante could give me a kick start and I could take it from there with calorie monitoring.
LookToTreblesGoingTreblesGone · 23/02/2020 12:21
That's my intention
Moanranger · 25/02/2020 01:59
I am a fan of VLCDs which is what Exante is. They work on the basis that you go into ketosis fairly quickly and hence lose your appetite. bUT you have to be strict, no cheating, the first 5-7 days can be tough.
They are simple, and quick to prepare. I think they taste ok, and knowing it won’t be forever helps. You can lose on average 3.5 lbs per week (I did). Once you get through the first week, you start to feel good and very clear headed (no alcohol obvs!)
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