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    What diet plan to follow

    Hi all, I'm new to the site and trying to decide what road to go down. I am recently engaged and am petrified at the thoughts of trying on dresses the way I look now. I'd really appreciate anyone's advice and apologies for the long post.

    Last year I was diagnosed with a condition that meant I could not exercise at all and I have only recently begun to walk again. I went from being fairly active with an alright diet to being completely bed ridden and saying sod this and eating whatever I liked. I am now 75kg, up 10kg and I am disgusted with myself. None of my clothes fit anymore. I never realised how quickly weight could creep up when you can't exercise at all to keep it off.

    The thing is I just don't know where to start, there are so many different options. I know I need 'rules' or guidelines to help me but unsure whether to go low carb, slimming world, paleo, herbalife or 5:2. I would like a bigger weightloss to begin with to keep me motivated and to be able to try on a wedding dress without crying but in the long term I would like something more sustainable like eating clean with one cheat day a week. Living with a hungry man who loves junk food isn't helping either as it is always around.

    I just don't know what to choose, I originally planned on doing the idiot proof diet or Atkins as I feel it would suit me. Things like nights out and dinners always seem to come up though and I had read that once you cheat you leave ketosis and bloat.

    My sister is doing herbalife and getting on great but I am afraid of it as it doesn't seem sustainable. I need something that will give me a kick start but that I can tweak a little when I see results so that I can still live a normal life with occasional treats that won't ruin everything. I'm afraid of losing and then piling it back on. I need to find a balance. Does anyone have any recommendations as to what I should do or anyone a similar weight and height to me to begin with and what worked for you? (5'5 and 75kg)

    Thanks and sorry about the length, I'm just so confused!

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    Diet: Exante
    Height: 5ft7in
    Start Date: 23rd April 2014
    Start Weight: 12st3lb
    Current Weight: 10st7.9lb
    Goal Weight: 9st13lb


    BMI Information:
    Start BMI: 26.8
    Current BMI: 23.2
    Goal BMI: 21.8


    Statistics:
    Total Weight Loss: 1st9.1lb
    Weight to Lose: 0st8.9lb
    % Lost 13.51%
    Hi crunchie

    I'd recommend slimming world. I have tried most diets and that is the one that is most sustainable I would say, it's easy to make the right choices when eating out, nod you can have treats, plus it's easy to stick to as you don't have to count points or calories.

    Good luck!
    Mini Goals:

    Do 1 day on exante TS - done
    Do 2 days on exante TS - done
    Do 3 days on exante TS - done
    Do 4 days - done
    Do 5 days - done
    Do 6 days - done
    Do a full week - done
    Lose 7 pounds - done
    Get into the 11's - done
    Do 2 weeks 100% TS - done
    Get under 11 and a half - done
    Lose a stone - done
    Get into the 60's (KG) - done
    Get into the 10's (Stone) - done
    Lose a stone and a half - done
    Get into the singles - done

    Get into the low 10's
    Lose 2 stone
    Get into the 9's



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    Diet: slimming world
    Height: 5ft8in
    Start Date: 15.02.2014
    Start Weight: 24st2.0lb
    Current Weight: 19st6lb
    Goal Weight: 18st0lb


    BMI Information:
    Start BMI: 51.4
    Current BMI: 41.4
    Goal BMI: 38.3


    Statistics:
    Total Weight Loss: 4st10lb
    Weight to Lose: 1st6lb
    % Lost 19.53%
    I would say slimming world too. Im had done everything in past and never felt slimming so easy to me. Good luck. What ever you choose, you will do fine and be perfect by the time big day comes





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    Thanks a million for that. I like the sound of slimming world as it seems like more of a lifestyle thing than a diet. Do you all do it in groups or online? I could travel to a nearby town to do it if it's better than doing it online

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    Diet: Exante
    Height: 5ft7in
    Start Date: 23rd April 2014
    Start Weight: 12st3lb
    Current Weight: 10st7.9lb
    Goal Weight: 9st13lb


    BMI Information:
    Start BMI: 26.8
    Current BMI: 23.2
    Goal BMI: 21.8


    Statistics:
    Total Weight Loss: 1st9.1lb
    Weight to Lose: 0st8.9lb
    % Lost 13.51%
    The groups were what kept me on track, and having a good leader helps too
    Mini Goals:

    Do 1 day on exante TS - done
    Do 2 days on exante TS - done
    Do 3 days on exante TS - done
    Do 4 days - done
    Do 5 days - done
    Do 6 days - done
    Do a full week - done
    Lose 7 pounds - done
    Get into the 11's - done
    Do 2 weeks 100% TS - done
    Get under 11 and a half - done
    Lose a stone - done
    Get into the 60's (KG) - done
    Get into the 10's (Stone) - done
    Lose a stone and a half - done
    Get into the singles - done

    Get into the low 10's
    Lose 2 stone
    Get into the 9's



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    Hi there, just came across your post and it struck a chord. Hopefully you've come across something that suits you and you are feeling positive about your weightloss journey I too am recently engaged (congratulations btw, exciting times ahead!), but have been suffering with a back injury, that while it hasn't affected me to the same extent as your illness, it has resulted in not being able to exercise for nearly 2 years (slowly getting back on track). A combination of that and the low mood/exhaustion/work troubles as a result of the constant pain has seen me go up a stone in weight. Not the end of world, but enough to make me dread dress shopping - and definitely not the weight I want to be getting married!

    I know low carb diet will get the initial weightloss started, but I've tried and failed on that before. Cooking for a growing man usually puts paid to that! I've seen great results amongst friends who have done Slimming World and it does seem like more of a sustainable lifestyle. I've been to three meetings so far, but have found the leader to be kind of lacking and have no family or friends close by for support, so this is the next step





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